The way you use your time is the way you live your life.
Amazon Underground is a new initiative that is set up to give away tens of thousands of dollars’ worth of free apps.
Set up for the Android platform, Amazon Underground is taking on Google Play for the Android app market, and has many people puzzled about what’s in it for Amazon. (more…)
If Google Chrome is your go-to web browser, I think you’ll be intrigued by the Twinword Finder for Chrome.
Think of all the times you want to find some very specific information, do a web search, and then are presented with a lengthy and detailed article that probably contains what you’re looking for – you’re just not sure where. (more…)
Inbox or Gmail, Inbox or Gmail. Have you settled on one or the other yet?
One of the things I weigh, when looking at any new tool, is whether the efficiencies it offers make up for what’s lost when you let go of what’s familiar and move on to something new. (more…)
AstroGrep is a lightweight and fast-working utility that helps you find things on your computer.
Remember that sales copy you wrote awhile ago that was really catchy? You can’t find it anywhere, and you want to use it in a product launch.
Well, this is a situation (more…)
Democracy works when people participate – and one of the biggest ways to participate is to be heard by your representatives in Washington.
But if you’ve tried to do that in the past, you know that it’s not always an easy proposition. Usually it involves many steps that (more…)
Dropbox is a powerful venue for storing and sharing files easily on the web.
The Dropbox Badge is a nifty new tool – one that we hadn’t really explored here at The Time Finder … yet. But once we learned (more…)
Google Inbox and Gmail offer two different venues for accessing and managing your e-mail.
So, how do you choose which one to use?
If you’re already a Gmail user, why would you switch?
We did some searching on-line and collected some information (more…)
Ghostery is a privacy solution for individuals and businesses that empowers users to manage the trackers that follow them on-line.
The company was founded in 2009, and its browser add-on allows you to decide who can access your data.
So much of what we do on-line is tracked these days – and in some cases we may not mind that. (more…)
Gmail has been experimenting with Undo Send for quite awhile now.
How many times have you hit the send button, only to notice a major typo as that e-mail takes off into cyber space?
Or how often have you re-thought a response … too late … and needed to clarify, backpedal (more…)
Google and Twitter can be powerful friends to small business owners and on-line marketers, as any SEO expert will tell you.
Combining the two amplifies and extends what they each can do alone. That’s why I’ve been interested to follow the renewed partnership between Google and Twitter – one in which (more…)
Here’s an admission.
Google+ and I have never really hit it off.
Here at The Time Finder we were originally intrigued with the idea of Google+ and it certainly didn’t hurt that it was part of the powerful array of apps, tools and (more…)
To-do lists are powerful time management tools. Unfortunately, many people avoid using to-do lists because when used unwisely they can easily become overwhelming, discouraging and guilt-provoking.
There are lots of on-line apps for creating and maintaining to-do lists. Or, if you prefer, there’s always the paper and pencil option. (more…)
Is Chrome your browser? If it is, I think you’re going to like this new Chrome extension called Spaces.
And if you don’t use Chrome, read on (more…)
Identity theft is a growing issue world-wide, as anyone in the US who has Anthem health insurance was reminded last winter when Anthem’s databases were hacked and millions upon millions of people were affected.
That event is still being sorted out and so far I’ve heard no reports of identity theft as a result of this breach. (more…)
Google has recently added some features that allow you to send reminders and notes, set alarms, and send directions from your desktop PC to your android phone from the Google Search box.
More and more people are using their phones as their go-to devices for mobile efficiency.
You can keep up with news, e-mail, the latest scores, you name it. And you can do it all while you are out and about. (more…)