Looking Back at 2013 – Technology Posts

Looking Back at 2013 – Technology Posts

As we continue to wind down 2013 and race toward the dawn of 2014, I’m taking a look back at some of my most popular posts from this year. In this installment, I’m taking a look at the technology-related posts. If you missed the first installment, Looking Back at 2013 – Social Media Posts, you can see ’em here.

3 Free Apps You Should Be Using In Your Business

Who doesn’t like free? If you run a business, or appreciate productivity enhancing tools, I highly recommend Bananatag, Rapportive, and TimeTrade. This post covers these great tools in more detail.

5 Tools for the Independent Contractor

If you work from home, run your own business, or just appreciate things that make your life easier, I discuss and recommend five tools that help you stay organized and productive.

Social Media Automation with Buffer

Buffer is one of my favorite social media utilities for managing content. If you want to save yourself a lot of time, I highly recommend checking them out. In this post, I go into the nuts and bolts of Buffer and how to use it to effectively manage your social media updates.

Evernote Essentials Teaches You Evernote Fast

I’m a big fan of Evernote, but if you’re a regular reader of the blog, you know that already. I’m also a fan of being able to get up to speed on things quickly. Evernote is an easy program to use, but there’s so much to it that I wanted a way to really learn how to use it effectively. That’s where Evernote Essentials comes in. The book is a quick read and walks you through virtually every aspect of Evernote. This post reviews Evernote Essentials and details how it can make you more efficient using Evernote.

50 Things the iPhone Replaces

This was a fun post examining 50 things the iPhone and smartphones in general have made obsolete. I’m pretty sure the list has grown by now.


These were five of the best technology posts from the past year. Agree or disagree? Do you have any favorites? Feel free to discuss in the comments below!

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