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Ten time saving tips for using technology that not every body knows [VIDEO]

David Pogue is a technology writer at the New York Times. He has also written several of the 'Dummies guide to' books about technology....

Can a TiVo-like service on the Web save the radio industry?

Contrary to the Buggles' dire prediction, video did not kill the radio star. But the Internet has certainly made radio question its mortality. Into the breach steps a website that allows users to record hundreds of radio programs, just like TiVo. Is this legal? DAR.fm says its on the right side of legal precedent, at least in the U.S. Will it catch on? Heh. Stay tuned.

Why executives fear social media

In this video, New York Times technology columnist/blogger David Pogue makes some interesting points on why many executives fear social media, citing loss of control and reluctance to part with their one-way, broadcast spin mentality, to mention a few.

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