technology: Caller ID'ing Your Callers - 08/08/09 08:23 AM
This isn't about real estate, rather just something that hit me while I was driving today in the rain -- when my phone rang.   This post involved my cell phone and a car.   I'm guessing most real estate folks have these things -- so there's my relevance.
The caller ID thing on cell phones suck!   I pay for caller ID each month, but my cell phone only seems to know the number, never the name associated with it -- unless of course I have them in my phone address book.   Seeing ten digits flash on a tiny screen, that's not … (3 comments)

technology: Finding Your Stolen Mobile Phone: Good Luck - 03/05/09 08:04 AM
Yes, it's true. Unless you're carrying around some museum piece, your mobile phone has a tiny GPS in it. Even if you have a cheapo crappy one, it still has one in it as near the end of 2005, all cell phone carriers were required to provide the ability to trace cell phone calls to a location within 100 meters or less.
This morning I had my phone stolen while I sat in a bagel shop sipping expensive coffee. I figured I would call my carrier and ask them to assist. I could at least find out who might be calling … (4 comments)

technology: Survive the Housing Crisis: Open Source Will Open Doors - 10/23/08 07:16 PM
During an undeclared recession like this one, it can be advantageous to reassess your business strategies. The phone may be ringing less, and you can use that time to take inventory of where you are and where you would like to be in terms of technology. Take advantage of this opportunity to cut costs and increase efficiency so that you’ll be able to take on as much as you want to when business picks up again. Here are seven excellent tools to aid you in your improvement endeavors:
1. Joomla - A Content Management System Joomla allows you to quickly build … (9 comments)

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