David Pogue is a technology columnist at the New York Times. He’s also an Emmy-winning tech correspondent for CBS News Sunday Morning and a columnist for Scientific American. I think it’s safe to say that he’s pretty well-know in tech circles in the USA.
Let’s face it guys and girls. We live in the digital age and like in many ages in the past, time equals money. I’m pretty sure that many of you reading this would love to find out about ways that you could save time when it comes to technology before you start throwing your Blackberry’s, keyboards, laptops or tablets against the wall.
Well, you’re luck today, so put down whatever you were about the throw. A few weeks ago TED (one of my favorite websites on the internet) posted a talk featuring David Pogue giving the top 10 time-saving tech tips. I’m pretty sure that some of you know about some of these already, but I’m pretty sure that you’ll learn something new today.
Did you learn something new from David Pogue? Leave a comment and let me know. Feedback is appreciated and welcome here. If you find these tips useful, feel free to share this article with your friends on Facebook and Twitter. Remember: Sharing is Caring.
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