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Top 20 Blog Posts for 2013 from TechnologyIQ

 

Looking back over my stats, like a lot of folks today, I see that these were the Top 20 blog posts from TechnologyIQ for 2013

  1. Information: Listen to LAPD Radio Scanner via the web
  2. 2012 Gift Guide: Starter Kit for Newsite Arduino Uno R3
  3. Adobe Password Reset Notices arriving in email boxes worldwide
  4. Troubleshooting: HP SimplePass/Authentec TrueSuite AutoComplete/AutoFill problems
  5. On my Mac/Windows PC…Disk Inventory X/WinDirStat
  6. On my Mac/Windows PC…Tweetdeck
  7. Google Chrome responsible for Macbook Air slow downs and crashes
  8. App: Sleep Time by Azumio - Monitor your sleep cycles
  9. Question: How to recover your forgotten Apple ID and/or Password?
  10. On my Mac…TextWrangler Text Editor
  11. On my Mac/Windows PC…Handbrake - Rip DVD to MP4 files
  12. On my Mac/Windows PC…Send to Kindle apps, browser extensions and blog plugins
  13. News: Twitter hacked and forcing password changes on some accounts
  14. On My Mac/Windows PC…XBMC Open Source Media Center
  15. Video: Bluestacks Android Emulator for Mac and Windows
  16. On my iPhone/Android…iMap Weather Radio
  17. Web: Hall.com virtual "war rooms" to keep your team connected
  18. On my Mac/Windows PC…Celtx Scriptwriting Software
  19. Video: TechIQ Tip - Adding Gmail Contacts
  20. One my Mac/Windows PC…Sketchup 3D modeling software

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