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    Thank you for sending such hard working, responsible and meticulous men to do the painting in our house. The crew worked hard and well as a team to complete all of the assigned tasks. Eric's presence was also helpful in making sure we had the right colors, checking on progress and communicating between all involved. We especially appreciated their prompt arrivals, attention to details, clean-up, and consideration of our needs, which included putting up with our big, friendly and nosy lab.

    B. & B. B
    University Heights

  • David Pogue answers all your gadget questions

    [caption id="attachment_918" align="alignleft" width="266" caption="Writer David Pogue of the New York Times"]Technology and Gadgets[/caption]

    David Pogue is a New York Times Technology writer with all the answers. He also does a spot on CBS Sunday Morning, discussing the latest trends in technology and gadgets. Want the latest news and advice for Apple products? Trying to pick out the right cell phone and need some tips? Listen to him. Here he writes a great piece that gives us some advice on all things gadgets, from cell phones to cameras to apps.

    Every time a reader asks me a basic question, struggles with a computer or lets a cellphone keep ringing at a performance, I have the same thought: There ought to be a license to use technology.

    I’m not trying to insult America’s clueless; exactly the opposite, in fact. How is the average person supposed to know the essentials of their phones, cameras and computers? There’s no government leaflet, no mandatory middle-school class, no state agency that teaches you some core curriculum. Instead, we muddle along, picking up scattershot techniques as we go. We wind up with enormous holes in our knowledge.

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