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Flow Browser for iOS gives Safari a run for its money

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Safari has gotten a lot better. With that said, it still has lots of work to do. I am not a power browser user on my iPhone but I do use it enough to know that even with as good as Safari has become it is still lacking some key features. Recently I was introduced to a new iOS web browser and it has done …

RJNjr table & chair is a delightful twist to Fake Babies Dirty Soul

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In keeping with the unique tones from his dirty soul brethren, Fake Babies, New Haven, CT’s own RJNjr (aka Robert James Nuzzello, Jr.) releases his solo album titled ‘table & chair’. For those of you out there who’ve never heard the local group known as Fake Babies, then you’re missing some great stuff! Borrowing a line from my last interview with Nuzzello’s group explains their …

Ember is Pinterest for design

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I am kind of embarrassed to admit that I have taken a liking to Pinterest as of late. It allows me to organize recipes for dinners, home-brew beer recipes and funny t-shirt designs. That however is where it ends for me. In a very similar fashion I use Pocket to save all the stories I don’t have time to read or want to save for …

Editorial: Major record labels continue to trick artists to hate Spotify and others like it

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I’ve grown tired of the propaganda machine that is major record labels. They’re traditional form of making money off the backs of artists is dated — and they know it — despite the obvious continued decline in CD and MP3 album sales. Since the inception of music streaming services including Pandora, Spotify, Rdio and others; the record label suits controlling all the music publishing rights …

Fantastical reigns supreme when it comes to mobile calendars

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As much as I love the Apple ecosystem, I despise their poor excuse for a calendar app. It is bulky, confusing and just plain ugly. I need my calendar. I need it to work but I also need it to get out-of-the-way. Calendaring should be easy, not a chore. In a world filled with calendar app options it is easy to get lost. There are …