The Tech I Love: An introduction

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I don’t make it a secret that I’m a geek of many stripes. Every time a new tool comes out, I make a point to give it a try. And I’ve always felt lucky that I work in a field that uses a lot of the same tools I love to play with in my hobby time. So when I bring a recommendation to the table at work, chances are the thing I’m recommending is something I’ve vetted and tinkered with at home as a prosumer.

When I saw MITX’s invitation for guest blogs on “What Technology Do I Love The Most,” I was pumped! Reviews of tech I love, opinions on tools that I use? Perfect, as I, like so many internet denizens, have an opinion or two. But this guest blogging opportunity is only open to MITX members, and I’m nothing but a lurker.

Good thing I have my own blog—I’ll share my picks here with you instead. Here’s what I’ll post on:
#1: General utility sites I love most
#2: UX/design tech picks
#3: Mobile & location-based service picks
#4: Social media picks
#5: Imaging and photography picks
#6: Video tech picks

I’ll update this page with links to the entries as I write them.

P.S.: Are you going to SXSWi this year? I am, and I’d love to connect with you if you’re going to be there (especially since this will be my first SXSW! *gulp*). Drop me a comment or an email if you’d like to meet up.

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