Not Science Fiction anymore…

Operating your computer by voice is now a mainstream reality with the arrival of Dragon NaturallySpeaking 11 from Nuance.  And this happens straight out-of-the-box without any time-consuming or elaborate set up.

On the average people speak three times faster than they can type. You can easily close that gap using Dragon as a dictation tool. This program also allows you to launch applications, open files, search the web as well as manage and write e-mails. You can even work an Excel spreadsheet hands-free while you sort through your paperwork.
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Looking for an iPhone alternative? You can use the most obvious search query on Google which is “iPhone alternatives” where “iPhone” can be the name of any product. There are, however, more creative ways to search for a wider array of results and find what people REALLY think about a particular product..
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Can Facebook make lonely people even lonelier?

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Dr. John Cacioppo is a fascinating guy. He’s a professor in neuroscience at the  University of Chicago and an expert in the ‘study of loneliness.’ I’ve been looking at his videos on YouTube and found a fascinating talk where he explains the impact of social media on loneliness. Social media = Facebook, MySpace, Friendster and [...]

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5 Useful Firefox Add-ons DEFINITELY Worth Downloading

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I would like to thank barryl666 from StumbleUpon for recommending I try these Firefox add-ons. After taking a careful look, I concluded they can help me a lot in improving my overall experience with Firefox. The nice thing is…the same applies to you if you use them So take a look:

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Internet Security: Common Browser-Based Attacks to Avoid at Any Cost

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Don’t fall victim to the attacks described below. It’s ultimately you who decides here whether you’ll let hackers access to your computer or compromise your account. So make an informed decision by reading and implementing the methods and advise in the post below.

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These Firefox Add-ons Can Make Your Life Easier

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Firefox add-ons and extensions can save you a lot of time & energy, if you know which ones to use. You can go to Tools>Add-ons from there you will find options to search by category or keyword.  Also, you can browse by most popular or highest rated Add-ons when you click on Alerts & Updates [...]

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iPhone Users: Unproductive, Bored and Trying to Be Cool?

Are iPhone users bored?

Slim, awesome and fun? Sure, if you’re talking about the iPhone itself. If you’re referring to the bulk of iPhone users…well, not so much. If you’re judging by the most popular iPhone apps being downloaded, it is far from the truth for iPhone users (well, at least the 50+% of total iPhone owners that download apps [...]

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5 Everyday Problems Google Can Solve for You in Seconds

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Did you know that Google can help you answer some common questions directly, without having to go to another page or application? While you might be familiar with some of these features, I’ll bet you didn’t know they can be used in such creative ways Let’s get rolling.

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Digg Vs. StumbleUpon: Is there a difference?

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I’ve written two posts on uncovering some interesting things on the average Digg and Stumbleupon user. So, I thought, why not compare those 2 sites? (by the way, I’ll be referring to Digg Users = Diggers and StumbleUpon users = Stumblers) Now I can use a larger sample of around 83.000 visitors  who arrived at [...]

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Making Money with Paid Surveys: The Reality

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It sounds like an easy task. Just click a few times, complete a survey, get paid. Guess what: that’s a very small part of the overall picture.

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