Author Archives: Tammy

Loyalty

Posted on: September 16th, 2011 by
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Generating loyalty with your clients is a very important part of success in the real estate business. Loyalty is what will keep clients coming back to you for every purchase and sell. Also, it will encourage them to recommend your business to their friends, family, and coworkers. Check out this article from Realtor Magazine on [Read the full story …]

Facebook Fights Back

Posted on: September 14th, 2011 by
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The blogosphere is reeling with the new release of some sketchy looking facebook features. Facebook announced yesterday that it is now releasing a list template that would allow users to put friends more easily into circles. Obviously, everyone jumped on the blogs talking about them stealing the idea of Cirlcles from the new social networking [Read the full story …]

GoFileDrop

Posted on: September 12th, 2011 by
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Google has released an app to receive your documents no longer as attachments, but directly into Google Docs. GoFileDrop, the name of the new app, is offers a free trial all users each allocated 50MB of free data usage. With this app you can let people securely “drop” files into your Google Docs account. It functions [Read the full story …]

Windows 8

Posted on: September 9th, 2011 by
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Microsoft is about to release their new operating system code named Windows 8. After releasing Windows 7 in 2009, they have make huge changes to the interface of this new system. Among the many new features, some which haven’t been released yet, is a 10 second start up. They have done a massive re-vamp on [Read the full story …]

Google Takeout

Posted on: September 7th, 2011 by
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Google is at it again! They are working hard to allow us to use the internet for everything we could possibly need. This time the focus of their revolution was Google Takeout to Google Voice. With this upgrade, users will be able to download call history, voicemail, text messages, recorded calls, and even greetings! Google [Read the full story …]

Location, Location, Location!

Posted on: September 2nd, 2011 by
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Everyone has heard the saying that “Location is everything”. Whether it is “you just have to be there” or “right place, right time”, location always matters. But who all do you want knowing where you are all the time? Microsoft? AT&T? Google? A big lawsuit is underway all about location tracking rights on smartphones. Did you [Read the full story …]

Facebook Privacy Changes

Posted on: August 31st, 2011 by
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Facebook is in the process of rolling out some new privacy features. Somehow, I managed to get a look at these early on in the release. I have to say that I like what I see. The new features allow you to select your audience for status updates. The default setting is Public, meaning that [Read the full story …]

Down or Just Me?

Posted on: August 29th, 2011 by
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We have all done it before the repetitive hitting of the refresh button when a website wouldn’t load. I am so guilty of this. It won’t load so I refresh, then I try the link in another window or browser. When that ultimately fails, then I wonder is the website down or is it just [Read the full story …]

Don’t Bug Me

Posted on: August 26th, 2011 by
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For all those annoyances of the internet, there are sneaky cures. I enjoy when I find a new way to circumvent the annoyances. The one that gets to me the most is required registration. I know that it is beneficial for the company to capture email addresses, but I don’t like giving mine out. So, [Read the full story …]

Accountability in the Air

Posted on: August 24th, 2011 by
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The Department of Transportation’s new guidelines force airlines to reimburse passengers who are bumped from their flight twice the price of the purchased ticket (up to $650) unless they make other arrangements to get the passenger to their final destination within a couple of hours of the original arrival time. The longer the delay, the [Read the full story …]


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