If you're one of the great many people who've been using Google Reader for RSS Feeds, you may be aware that its expiration date has now been finally announced. That will be July 1, 2013. What has been growing as the most popular replacement is an app named Feedly. Here's a helpful article from CNET about making the transition.
(By the way, you can use RSS Feeds with the Elisberg Industries website, if you do that sort of thing. Check the RSS Feed icon at the bottom of the category list on the right...)
Dropbox is one of my favorite, simple application, wonderfully useful for sharing files in the cloud, most particularly (in my case) with yourself, if you have more than one computer or handheld device. SugarSync is probably more versatile, and the new Windows Skydrive shows promise. But I've always liked the simplicity of Dropbox. The app has just been updated to version 2.0. CNET has a brief article offering some tips on the change. It's not particularly in-depth, but it will get you started in becoming familiar.
Robert J. Elisberg is a political commentator, screenwriter, novelist, tech writer and also some other things that I just tend to keep forgetting.
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