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Like myself, there are millions of others who telecommute.
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How do you watch television?
This post is in response to a reader from Twitter ( @delonline ) who wanted to discuss a bit about TV shows. For nearly a year now, I have managed to not pay for satellite or cable television… I know what you’re thinking and the answer is no. I don’t ‘steal’ cable to satellite. I [...]

Challenges of Telecommuting: Body Language
In my professional career, my job happens to involve full time telecommuting. Yes, this sounds all find and dandy except for a few challenges you might not consider. Think about this for a second. You’re working an office, your boss walks by to check up on you and you’re playing solitaire. What do you think [...]

Challenges of Telecommuting: The Series (Introduction)
Like myself, there are millions of others who telecommute. Telecommuting and telework are synonyms for the use of telecommunication to work outside the traditional office or workplace, usually at home (SOHO) or in a mobile situation. According to one study, telecommuting has been growing at 15% a year since 1990 in North America. 80% of [...]

Text and die
The dangers of texting and driving could not be anymore apparent. In this post, I will go on and give you reason why you should or shouldn’t operate any type of device that distracts you from driving.
Texting while driving has been outlawed or is soon to be outlawed for all drivers in the following states: Arkansas, California, Colorado, Connecticut, Delaware, District of Columbia, Georgia, Illinois, Iowa, Louisiana, Maryland, Massachusetts,[20] Michigan, Minnesota, New Hampshire, New Jersey, New York, North Carolina, Oregon, Tennessee, Utah, Virginia, Washington and Wisconsin. The state of Texas prohibits school bus drivers from texting while transporting a child under 17.
The states of Delaware, Indiana, Kansas, Mississippi, Missouri, Nebraska, Texas and West Virginia have laws restricting those who are underage and/or with learner’s permits from texting while driving.
A law enacted in 2010 by Kentucky has banned texting for all drivers, as well as cell phone usage by all drivers under 18. The latter feature is unusual in that holders of unrestricted licenses are subject to the ban; most states that have banned cell phone usage by young drivers apply their laws only to holders of restricted or graduated licenses.
Okay. Enough stats. We’re now in the age of technology where our phones are becoming smarter. We’re able to download and install applications and even convert our speech into text. Unfortunately, that doesn’t stop the stupid people out there. My question to you is, How would you prevent texting and driving? Perhaps an app that would prevent cellphone use over 10 mph?

As you may or may not know, I’m a huge fan of the Android mobile platform. Recently, I picked up a new Samsung Vibrant from T-Mobile as one of the Galaxy S phones. During a recent trip down south, I decided to shoot some HD video at night from the phone.
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This post is in response to a reader from Twitter ( @delonline ) who wanted to discuss a bit about TV shows. For nearly a year now, I have managed to not pay for satellite or cable television… I know what you’re thinking and the answer is no. I don’t ‘steal’ cable to satellite. I simply find the fact that paying close to $70.00 a month for the couple of channels I actually watch is just plain ridiculous! Why pay for 100 channels when you watch 4?

In my professional career, my job happens to involve full time telecommuting. Yes, this sounds all find and dandy except for a few challenges you might not consider. Think about this for a second. You’re working an office, your boss walks by to check up on you and you’re playing solitaire. What do you think his/her reaction would be? I know if I was in their shoes I wouldn’t be too pleased.

NFQG-57658: LAST CALL: Handset & Gadget Innovation — Last call for the new gadgets?! *shrug*

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Like myself, there are millions of others who telecommute. Telecommuting and telework are synonyms for the use of telecommunication to work outside the traditional office or workplace, usually at home (SOHO) or in a mobile situation. According to one study, telecommuting has been growing at 15% a year since 1990 in North America. 80% of Fortune 1000 companies are likely to introduce it within the next two to three years. Although work at the company premises is not likely to disappear, new forms of telecommunication such as voice and picture communication and groupware are likely to make telecommuting more social in the future.

The dangers of texting and driving could not be anymore apparent. In this post, I will go on and give you reason why you should or shouldn’t operate any type of device that distracts you from driving. After this post, I’d like to discuss your ideas on how we can prevent this given the technology we possess today.

HYPG-86665: Bed will squeak all night. You will have more power for long nights. – Will it make my power bill go down?

Samsung Vibrant HD Night Test
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Challenges of Telecommuting: Body Language
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