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September 15th, 2011
Search for Recipes by Ingredients with Foodily

Foodily, as the name suggests, is all about food and helping you find and share recipes with friends. There are literally hundreds of food/recipe websites out there like and, but Foodily has a few features that set it apart from the rest. They also incorporate social features, and have a beautiful interface that adds to the whole recipe finding/sharing experience.

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May 18th, 2010
New Poll: What is Your Main Source for Television Shows?

When I was a kid, we had rabbit ear antennas sitting on top of the TV and had to adjust them just right to be able to watch our favorite shows. Eventually we had a huge antenna on the roof that eliminated the need for rabbit ears, and later on, Cable TV.

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April 9th, 2010
Photovisi: Standout Photo Collage Creating Service

Sharing content, particularly photos, has exploded in popularity over the last decade. It's easy, it's fun, and as a result, many websites offer services that help you create photo collages. One standout in this area is called Photovisi.

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April 6th, 2010
Relisir Helps You Keep Up with your Favorite Music

Die-hard music fans are going to love what Relisir has to offer. Relisir is a fairly new start-up that offers users the chance to keep up with their favorite bands whether it's when they announce a new album is on the way, or if a new album has been released.

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March 29th, 2010
New Poll: Which Online Music Service Do You Think is Best?

When we were kids, the classic Sony Walkman Cassette Tape Player, the radio, or a massive "boombox" was what we used to listen to our favorite tunes.

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July 30th, 2009
Let’s Talk About Your Old Gadgets…

It's probably safe to say that the majority of you have been gadget collectors for as long as you can remember. If that's true, it's also probably safe to say that somewhere in your home, there's a stash of old gadgets and random accessories that you just can't seem to part with, just in case you might need them some day.

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July 8th, 2009
Timing of Google Chrome Operating System Announcement Questioned

If asked which operating systems were most popular, most of you would list the usual: Windows, Mac OS X, and Linux/Unix. Come the second half of 2010, to that list we will be able to add the Google Chrome Operating System which will be both open source and lightweight.

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June 17th, 2009
New Poll: What Brand of Printer is “the best”?

Working in a school, a private school for that matter, I've come to realize that there are always going to be fundraisers. Schools need money, and fundraisers help them with this.

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June 9th, 2009
WWDC 2009 – iPhone Price Drops, New iPhone 3GS, New MacBooks, & More…

Apple's annual Worldwide Developers Conference (WWDC) kicked off yesterday and missing from the event, of course, was Steve Jobs. In his place was Phil Schiller to give the keynote filled with some major announcements. While Schiller did a decent job, he is certainly no Steve Jobs.

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May 5th, 2009
One Year After “The Switch…”

"Switching operating systems is just like moving to a new city. If you've moved, you know there's some fun and excitement to exploring new places but there's some discomfort because it is unfamiliar and it might take you longer to get to where you need to go or you might get lost on occasion.

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April 27th, 2009
Do You Remember When…

Do you remember when Twitter was a word that only the tech-savvy crowd might have heard of? It was back in March of 2007 that I finally started paying attention to what Twitter was, only because there was so much buzz about it on the blogs I was reading. Between then and now, Twitter has experienced all kinds of growing pains, including outages from traffic overload.

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April 13th, 2009
Microsoft Working on Zune HD?

When it comes to portable media players like Microsoft's Zune or Apple's iPod, we always find ourselves asking, "What could they possibly do next?" In Microsoft's case, the next "big thing" is possibly HD. Engadget recently posted some images from an apparent marketing campaign. One of the images clearly includes the new ZuneHD logo, and another gives us a glimpse at what the device looks like.

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March 25th, 2009
MyFive: Most Popular Cameras on Flickr 2009

Back in October of 2007, we took a look at the Most Popular Cameras on Flickr. It's been well over a year, and a lot happens in a year's time, so we thought we'd take a look at the current most popular cameras on Flickr. This list gives some interesting insight as to which cameras are popular, at least among the Flickr crowd of photographers.

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March 18th, 2009
Helpful Tip: Buying a House? Best Home Buying Websites and Resources

Over the last few months, Ryan and I found ourselves consumed with the process of buying our first home. Home-buying can be a daunting experience, there's no doubt about that, but it becomes a little less daunting with the help of the Internet.

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March 3rd, 2009
Everything’s Amazing and Nobody’s Happy!

Do you ever stop for a moment to think about how amazing it is that technology has advanced as far as it has? I mean, it wasn't that long ago that a cell phone was something that only few were able to take advantage of.

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February 9th, 2009
New Poll: Have you downloaded the Windows 7 Beta?

It's definitely about time that we post a new poll. For our last poll, we asked you to tell us about your monitor(s). A monitor is one of those essential things that we as computer users couldn't live without. We'll get into the results of what kinds of monitors you guys are using, but first we'll introduce our new poll.

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December 31st, 2008
30GB Zunes Freeze on Startup

It sounds almost surreal to actually happen, but many Zune owners are waking up this morning to find that their 30 GB Zunes aren't working. Upon first reading the headline over at Gizmodo, we were thinking that it was just a few isolated cases, but after further investigation, it's happening to many, many people.

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December 30th, 2008
2008 CyberNet Awards: Biggest Tech Stories of 2008

For this installment of the 2008 CyberNet Awards, we are taking a look at some of the Biggest Tech Stories of 2008 . A lot has gone on this year in the Tech World, that's for sure, but some stories created far more buzz than others.

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December 25th, 2008
Happy Holidays!

It's Christmas and we just wanted to take a minute to tell those of you celebrating it, to have a wonderful day! We're going to assume that many of you were given electronic gadgets and other goodies as gifts, so feel free to tell us what you got. This year Santa brought us a Canon Rebel XSi camera, and so far it seems to be a pretty nice camera!

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December 22nd, 2008
Trouble Transitioning Into the Digital Age?

Recently I have become more aware of people around me who are struggling to transition into the digital age. For example, I was recently introduced to someone who uses email to communicate, only because they have to for work. If it were up to them, they wouldn't use it at all. What's worse is that this person prints a copy of every single email they receive, not for recording purposes though.

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