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Will Spotify start selling access to individual albums?

Spotify is supposedly testing subscription-only tracks (via Engadget). When I first saw this reported on Anthony Notes, he used an image of redemption cards. I initially thought Spotify was going to be offering some sort of redemption code via cards. Imagine if you can get access to a particular song if you have the redemption […]

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Feedly is my number one source for inspiration online.

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Auto-generating a list of authors whose articles you found interesting

Over the course of a year, you probably end up reading hundreds of interesting articles. Even if you read just one interesting article every week day, that’s 240 interesting articles in one year. In this digital age, we mostly ignore who wrote the article. We might even ignore the publication. Whenever I read an interesting […]

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Pulling five-minute highlights from a 60-minute podcast

Imagine a service where podcast listeners can select five-minute highlights from podcasts. I would very much subscribe to people’s highlight clips. In most cases sixty minutes in one podcast episode is way too long. Lots of chatter, but what are the best parts? Podcasts that are 10 minutes long are my sweet spot. Focused. To […]

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Six ways to kill writer’s block

Looking for ideas to blog about? Would you like to have over 900 blog drafts in your queue? On my spudart blog I gave six tips on how to have a continuous

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Alternate means of instant messaging on the desktop

Did you use Yahoo Messenger back in the day? How about AOL Instant Messenger? Both of these services have died out in favor of mobile texting. Do you grow wearing of tippy-tapping messages on a cell phone? Chatting on desktop is much easier with a full keyboard. But the desktop has seen some of its […]