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Why I’m Leaving Google Fi

I’ve used Google’s Project Fi in the Denver area for over 18 months. I’m leaving. Here is my honest review of Project Fi in Denver, and the pro-cons why I’m leaving. What Is Google Project Fi Really Like Several years ago, I had Sprint. I

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Google Fi Denver

Long-time readers here know that there is no real love loss between me and the cell phone industry servicing the Denver, Colorado area. I’m currently with Sprint, who¬†finally got usable 4G here in Denver about two to three years after it would have been reasonable.

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I’m On Ello, Now What?

So, by now, you’ve probably heard of Ello. Ello, which I’m guessing is “hello” without the h, is a new, privacy-focused social network. Specifically, Ello has picked up traction recently because of Facebook’s real name policy and the fact that commercial social networks such as

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Microsoft Versus Chromebooks

Several years ago I bought a netbook. At the time, there was no iPad, there most certainly was no such thing as a Chromebook. There may have been the first iPhone, although I do not recall for certain. I liked my netbook. It was underpowered

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No Keyword From Google Search Grows

When I first started writing online for money, I was introduced to Google Analytics. While there is a great deal of information available within Analytics, the key for me, at the time, was the way search keywords were reported. By selecting an overview of the

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Long Posts versus Short Posts

Once upon a time, the conventional wisdom was that Google wouldn’t index, and therefore rank, any thing shorter than 300 words. I wrote an article about how 300 words is basically nothing, noting that an introduction and conclusion could take up 100 of those words