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Grads, Dads, Travelers – The North Face Borealis Backpack is Perfect for your Next Journey

In Gadgets, General, Hardware, Reviewby Michael SheehanLeave a Comment

June and summer itself are rapidly approaching, and this means you need to start thinking and planning for upcoming travels and adventures, as well as recognizing those dads and grads in your life. These could be finding that perfect gift for high school or college graduates, or for that dad in your life who has wanderlust or just preparing for your next vacation or globe-trotting experience. Luckily, Backpacks.com has you covered with a vast assortment of backpack types and styles. In fact, they sent me out The North Face Borealis to test out and review. By the way, I have a …

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Like High-End Speakers for your Stereo, the 27″ BenQ PD2700U 4K Monitor Makes Your Computer Excel – Review

In Consumer Electronics, Gadgets, General, Hardware, Review, Technologyby Michael SheehanLeave a Comment

Review of the 27″ BenQ PD2700U 4K monitor which does a great job reproducing accurate colors & has many connectivity configurations for all types of users.

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Mother’s Day Gift: Nixplay Seed Wave 13-Inch Digital Frame with Bluetooth Speakers Review

In Consumer Electronics, Gadgets, General, Hardware, Review, Technologyby Michael SheehanLeave a Comment

Review of the Nixplay Seed Wave digital picture frame that has 2x5W stereo Bluetooth speakers built in – can be a picture frame, a speaker, or both!

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Naztech Power Hub4 Review: Power Bank Charging for Micro USB, Lightning, Fast Charge & USB Type-C Devices

In Consumer Electronics, Gadgets, General, Hardware, Review, Technologyby Michael SheehanLeave a Comment

Review of the Naztech Power Hub4, a 4-port charging station. This power bank supports USB Type-A & Type-C, Fast Charge, Lightning, & Micro USB charging.

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Review: the BenQ ScreenBar Lite Brings a Portable Bubble of Warm or Cool LED Lighting To Your Laptop

In Consumer Electronics, Gadgets, General, Hardware, Review, Technologyby Michael SheehanLeave a Comment

Review of the BenQ ScreenBar Lite – an LED lighting bar that clips to the top of your laptop & provides warm/cool lighting & is powered by a USB connection.

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Smart Home Guide 2019: Before Buying that Smart Home Device, Check These 8 Things First [Updated]

In Apple, Consumer Electronics, Gadgets, General, Google, Hardware, HTD Tech Tip, Opinion, Review, Smart Home, Technologyby Michael SheehanLeave a Comment

This Smart Home Guide 2019 helps to evaluate the smart home gadget or device you are considering. 8 items you should review before purchasing a smart device.

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The $20 BOYA BY-M1 Lavalier Mic Takes Your Videos to the Next Level – Review

In Audio, Consumer Electronics, Gadgets, General, Hardware, Review, Technology, Videoby Michael SheehanLeave a Comment

Review & video of the $20 BOYA BY-M1 lavalier mic. This omni-directional lapel microphone has a 20′ cord & can be used with smartphones, DSLRs, or camcorders.

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Got Time Machine Backup Errors? Like Error Type 11? How To Easily Identify & Fix!

In Apple, Application, Fix It, General, How To, HTD Tech Tip, Softwareby Michael SheehanLeave a Comment

How to fix Time Machine backup errors like Error Type 11. This How To article walks through numerous steps in identifying & fixing Time Machine errors & issues.

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IoT Confessions from the War Room – A Content Marketing Experiment #2

In Content Strategy, General, Opinion, Technologyby Michael SheehanLeave a Comment

Part 2 of my corporate content writing example. Be sure to read the other articles for context. When writing corporate content, try different approaches, styles, and tactics. For this IoT solution article, I chose to write about IoT in the form of a TV script. This is a possible example of how Content Marketing can become a bit less “scripted.”

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IoT Confessions from the Boardroom – A Content Marketing Experiment

In Content Strategy, General, Opinion, Technologyby Michael SheehanLeave a Comment

When writing corporate content, try different approaches, styles, and tactics. For this IoT solution article, I chose to write about IoT in the form of a TV script. This is a possible example of how Content Marketing can become a bit less “scripted.”