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The Boombox Is Making A Comeback Thanks to the iPad [AUDIO]

Remember the boombox?  That huge, obnoxiously loud , rather expensive piece of equipment that folks used to rest on their shoulders while walking down the street?  Can you even imagine carrying that thing around today?  Well, maybe if it was lighter and more portable it would be marketable, but that's not gonna happen, right?  Wrong!

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That One Little Facebook Photo Could Cost You A Job!

I'm sure you've been warned to make sure that you think about what you put on your Facebook page.  Potential employers may be watching.  In fact it could stay on your record for years!

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Amazon Founder Wants to Build A Clock That Runs For 10,000 Years

We have about 10 clocks in our house.  One on the stove, the microwave, 6 on the walls, on the DVR . Every one says something different!  I wish someone out there made a good timepiece that lasted!  Enter Jeff Bezos of Amazon!

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Hate Powerstrips? This Guy Has The Answer [VIDEO]

What a strange topic for a blog, right?  I know.  I kind of agree.  But on the other hand, this excites me.  A guy who looked at a powerstrip and said "enough!"  There's got to be a better way!

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Video Game Addiction is Cited in 15% of Divorces

15% of divorce cite video games as a major factor? That's crazy. It also mentioned that the two main contributors were "World of Warcraft" and "Call of Duty". I saw this statistic the other day and I must admit, I was a little shocked at first. That number seemed to be a bit high to me.  So I thought I'd come on here and write a funny blog about it clearly, not being the real reason for divorce. You know, "Maybe your husband would rather be playing a video game because you let yourself go." 

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A 14 Year Old Has The Number One Most Downloaded App

Sometimes I worry about our future in this country. There is always talk of other countries kids being better educated and more ready to take hold of the future. Then I see a story that makes me think, America will always be at the top.

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Visa Plans Largest IPO In U.S. History
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Still Without A Credit Card – I Got Hacked! [AUDIO]

Has this ever happened to you?  You always think that the other guy would have this problem and not you, right?  Well, our credit card got hacked by a rather unlikely source.  I will explain verbally and musically, cuz that's how I roll

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Who Cares About Quality – As Long As It’s Convenient!

OK - I'm guilty of being Mr. Obvious I guess, but I was just thinking about this yesterday, and I wanted to share my obviousness (?) with you.  It's the old quality vs convenience argument

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CDs and Records Mean More Than Just The Music

I didn't think about this until for a while, until a few friends recently mentioned to me  about how they would rather buy a new CD instead of downloading an mp3.

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Apple Overtakes Google As World's Most Valuable Brand
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First Time on the Internet

We have many firsts in our lives and can remember most of them. Your first job, first kiss, first car – the list can be pretty extensive. How about the first time you went on the internet? I think mine is amusing, but at the same time a little scary.

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Radio Jobs That I Don’t Understand but I Can Appreciate – Part 1

This is part 1 of a new series that I like to call "Radio Jobs I Don't Understand But I Appreciate".  Maybe you can relate.  Aren't there people doing things where you work that you have no clue about?   Here's an example:

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Would You Get On An Airplane That Holds 1,000 People? Not me!

If you were at the Albany County Airport and the plane you walked onto was filled with 999 other people, would you get on? Hey.  Stranger things have happened.   Boeing Corp. is in development of a plane that holds 1,000 individuals!  That's alot of peanuts and pillows, my friend!

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