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K9 Mail for Android Phones 0

K9 Mail for Android Phones

I recently ran into problems with my G1 Android phone’s email client–not the Gmail client, which I rarely use, but the one for other email accounts. A message got stuck in the outbox and would not upload; it then acted like a stopper and every message subsequent to that backed up behind it. (I didn’t notice it for a while because I use the messages primarily to send snapshots to my persons.) I was also unable to delete messages from the outbox. I searched the web and learned that this is is not an uncommon issue. The only reliable solution seems to be to delete the account and start over. I also found several recommendations for k9mail, which is available at no cost in the Android market. I installed it last night. I’m not going to attempt to review it, but only to mention some features that have...

Twitter Weekly Updates for 2010-02-28 0

Twitter Weekly Updates for 2010-02-28

In a new social experiment, every Sunday at 11:59 PM, everything I posted on Twitter will show up on Geekazine. This will include updates and retweets. It is a test, so if you see any issues, let me know. First thing it looks like I need to do is make this post look a little prettier. Posted ‘Configure Backup with Mozy’ to blip.tv: http://blip.tv/file/3250319 # @Bwana nice video: RT I uploaded a YouTube video — Announcing Techpodcasts.TV! http://youtu.be/BuNB_PRb8hA?a in reply to Bwana # #POLL Should Apple Be this Aggressive with App store Applications http://bit.ly/geekpoll – #Podcast starting soon. http://www.geekazine.com # #PODCAST starting in mere minutes (Broadcasting live at http://ustre.am/mD4) # @johnobeto where? http://www.geekazine.com # At social media club Madison kickoff meeting #smcmad #madisonsmc # @douglasawhsport are u coming to bocarh? in reply to douglasawhsport # Installing #Slackware #Linux, Part 3: Target Drives http://bit.ly/cKZZmk # Posted ‘Talking to several...

DriveSafe.ly lets you Hear Your Texts When You Are Driving – CES 2010 0

DriveSafe.ly lets you Hear Your Texts When You Are Driving – CES 2010

Podcast: EmbedSubscribe: Apple Podcasts | Android | RSS With new texting laws coming into play, you have to find other ways to get texts and emails. That is where Drivesafe.ly comes in.  You will be able to listen to text messages – up to 25 characters. Without having to push a button – It will know when you get in the car. Todd Cochrane talks with Heath on this great concept. It’s a background app for Blackberry and Android phones and soon for iPhone and Palm.  It does have an out of office type reply to let people know you are driving. 1.8 Million followers are already using it. Sponsor:  Get GotoAssist Express free for 30 days and complete the IT Toolbox – GoToAssist.com/techpodcasts. Get this content on TiVo, Roku and Boxee – Subscribe to the YouTube Channel and Check out Techpodcasts.tv

2009 in Twitter Posts 0

2009 in Twitter Posts

Here it is – Every single tweet I sent this year. Reverse chronological order and doesn’t include Dec 31. It’s amazing how much data I gave out for free. And now it’s all here. Enjoy! @WISCTV_News3 Biggest was MJ, but I point to the Emergency Broadcasttweets, which caused Techradium to file patent infringement on26 minutes ago from TweetDeck in reply to WISCTV_News3 @chrisheuer Never heard about invite for #lenovo #CES event. Let me know if I can put that on the schedule. Thanks. -j32 minutes ago from TweetDeck Fone FUD – Geekazine 2010 http://bit.ly/7i7yB8 about 2 hours ago from TweetMeme @LindsayG awesome! Let’s do another video shootdown this year!about 2 hours ago from TweetDeck @karlwireless indubitably #ces – here we come!about 4 hours ago from TweetDeck @LindsayG well good luck on that. See you next week at #ces ?about 4 hours ago from TweetDeck I suppose to bed early. Tomorrow is a long day including looking at new camera for #CES backchannel. Don’t know if the #AIPTEK will sufficeabout 12 hours ago from TweetDeck @JohnAtkinson Where the heck are you flying...

TSO: Twitter Search Optimization and how it can work like SEO 0

TSO: Twitter Search Optimization and how it can work like SEO

Most have heard of SEO – search engine optimization. It seems to be a common phrase nowadays. Every now and then I even hear ads on the radio that promote SEO because it is a viable thing for anybody’s website. The better it is searched, the more traffic that can come to it. However, there is another trend that has been creeping up. The same ideals, but this time In the microblog field. Something that could easily be known as TSO – or Twitter Search Optimization. Some practice this new ideal and others are even really good at it; but no matter what – if you are ignoring TSO, then you are ignoring a lot of new readers, listeners or viewers. Take a look at this 140 character statement: @geekazine #Twitter #network tool. We are a #blog #podcast and #news site. Check out the #website http://www.geekazine.com (#Geekazine) What...

Twitter Bots Need to be Stopped 1

Twitter Bots Need to be Stopped

I use Twitter a lot. I wanted to stay informed, especially from friends. I decided to port all direct messages to my cell phone. That way I didn’t have to install a Twitter client. At first that was great – I could respond to people I need to talk to. That has all changed with the Twitterbot. Now, if I “Follow” the wrong person, I get a direct message: Thanks for following me. I hope to talk to you, but in the meantime: here is a free gift hllp://i.am.spamming/you. I am not impressed – In fact, I am downright annoyed. You want to get unfollowed by me? Then all you have to do is send me a bot like that. I’ll unfollow you in a heartbeat. I don’t mind @replies. But the direct replies are the ones that go to the cell phone too. I am glad someone...

Ashton Kutcher, CNN and Oprah Winfrey – Breaking Glass Ceilings 1

Ashton Kutcher, CNN and Oprah Winfrey – Breaking Glass Ceilings

Ashton hit 1 million – he was the first – on Twitter. Oprah is at 83,000. CNN, Ellen, Jimmy Fallon, Barack Obama and Shaq are those who make the top list of Twitter Followed profiles. It seems Twitter is getting us closer to people we see on Radio, TV and Movies. You can find out what someone is doing from wherever you and they are. You can use your computer, phone, mobile device or mental telepathy – if you have an API written for it. Then there is the chance that you might reply to @aplusk. Then you can say “Ashton talked back to me.” Well, maybe it’s his assistant who’s job it is to watch the twitter account. Even though Ashton is following 73, he can see all the @ replies. There are those who are trying to find a way to get more followers. The best...