Your social media footprint is your history

We are fascinated with history. Maybe History wasn’t your favorite subject in school, but I suspect that certain aspects of history get your attention now. There’s the History Channel on cable television with popular shows like Pawn Stars, American Pickers, and American Restoration. In fact Pawn Stars scores at the top of some cable TV ratings for certain age groups. Read More …

Thought readings 5

Each week I capture, mark, and comment on blog posts and news articles around the internet. This is short list of three links that I think others will find valuable for their thought lives. A Simple Device Diagram for Responsive Design Planning by Adam Edgerton of Metal Toad Media. This is a great resource post for development teams. It discusses Read More …

Blog comments are the gold of digital content

Have you ever been so moved by the content of a blog post that you want to respond with your own thoughts about the subject? Blog authors notify us of new posts using media sites like Twitter, LinkedIn, Facebook, and Google+.  Each of those platforms has its own unique way to respond or converse with the author. So as readers, Read More …

Rethink rules that prohibit remote deposit

I love my credit union. I’ve been a member for many years and my relationship with them has steadily grown.  I use online banking for money transfer, bill pay, a personal finance manager (PFM), and even an integrated link to Turbo Tax. In return, my credit union gives me competitive rates on loans, better than average interest rates on share Read More …