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If you don’t have the loot for expensive high end phones with the fancy styluses (whose brands shall remain nameless in this post), then you should consider the Google Handwriting App. I think it works great! Don’t get phone envy or be salty with you friend because their phone might bling a little more than yours. I think I started using the app a couple of years ago on one of my other assorted-low cost Android phones.
Someone recently saw me using my finger on my phone’s touch screen and asked what game I was playing. I told them I was actually using a handwriting app. It requires no stylus or fancy apparatuses and you can just start writing on the screen and the handwritten letters are converted to text. I think it is one of the better Google apps out there… and I hope they NEVER retire it! (did you see that Google search engine?) NEVER. Retire. It. #NeverRetireIt
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I had several old cell phones lying around and thought I would put them to use. It was an unspoken policy of mine not to buy a phone over $120 after I discovered that the go-phone and prepaid market pretty much satisfied my budget and need for cellphone ownership.
But I found myself going through s-e-v-e-r-a-l phones in search of the “golden” one. Not because they kept breaking (because they wouldn’t and I tried…lol), but because of other various reasons like lack of memory or sucking cameras. Out of the bunch that I have, I mostly used three of them in different capacities. Check this out. I use an LG M1V, a Microsoft Lumia 640, and
Although I can use both, I struggled with which platform to use more, Twitter or Instagram. Ladies and gentleman, the undisputed champ in my book is ….. TWITTER!
There’s a lot to be said in 140 characters. Just ask POTUS-DT. (Smile)… Okay, I couldn’t resist. But seriously folks, I consider the platform way more versatile than Instagram. That’s why I can’t figure out why people ask me if I have Instagram. Wait. Maybe they Continue reading
Do you have a big project in your life or business that you’ve been putting off tackling because it’s just too big and would take up more time than you have to dedicate to it right now? Putting it off is “a” solution but it may not be the “right” solution.
Consider chipping away at it a little bit at a time. Carving out a few Continue reading
I saw this post on Facebook about 3-D pens and could not think but how cool it was. It’s amazing how much technology has advanced over the past few years. I can imagine all kinds of applications with this 3-D Pen. Images literally leap off the page; it could take marketing to a whole new level.
However, if you know me, you also know no matter how cool I think technology is, Continue reading
We know that in general, people like to share. It predates the now social media platforms of Twitter, Facebook, YouTube and Instagram. Writing letters, taking pictures, telephone conversations and home movies were then the platforms of the day. Sharing is sharing.
What is interesting to note is that everybody doesn’t like to share in the same way or at the same level. Some people like to talk about the success or failure of others they know—without saying a word about themselves. While others can’t stop telling about themselves and Continue reading