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My favorite shared technology items for May 2012

Here are my favorite shared technology items for May 2012.

Please let me know in the comments if you find any of the particularly useful. I'll keep my eye open for similar items -- Douglas

  1. Technology / BioLite woodburning Campstove and heat-powered electric generator
  2. Technology / Apple's iOS 5.1.1 update for iPad, iPod touch and iPhone: fixes AirPlay and network bugs, jailbroken already -- Engadget
  3. Technology / Quit Killing Your Houseplants with the Help of Technology
  4. Technology / Evernote for iOS and Mac Updates with New Card View, Notes Editor, Audio Recorder, and More
  5. Technology / Daily App Deals: Get Stress Check Pro for iOS for Free in Today’s App Deals
  6. Technology / Consmr for iPhone Brings Product Reviews, Ratings, and Recalls Into the Grocery Store With You
  7. Technology / Mac OS 10.7.4 Update Is Out; Fixes Bugs with Resume, the Finder, and More
  8. Technology / Pinstagram: How Instagram Should Look On the Web
  9. Technology / Ruck.us Breaks Up Party Politics on the Social Web
  10. Technology / Sounder launches, we go hands-on (video) -- Engadget
  11. Technology / MAKE | Junktech Spin Art System
  12. Technology / Google's latest Gmail tweaks bring contact info to search results, enhanced Circle integration -- Engadget
  13. Technology / Subscribe to Cable Internet? Cable Providers Are Teaming Up to Give You Free Wi-Fi All Over Town
  14. Technology / Readlists Creates Ebooks from URLs
  15. Technology / 7 Free Tools For Integrating Twitter With Your WordPress Blog | Free and Useful Online Resources for Designers and Developers
  16. Technology / Facebook releases new filter-equipped Camera app for iPhone and iPod touch -- Engadget
  17. Technology / CheatSheet Instantly Displays All the Keyboard Shortcuts for Mac Apps
  18. Technology / Top 5 iPhone Video Apps

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