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BTW, you need to get a flip video camera. That's what I used to do the video updates. Too easy to use and upload.
I'm very excited to see what my 30's will bring when they start in September, as most of the 20's were spent just trying to survive in spite of myself. One big hurdle that I want to clear is accept not forcing every minute of my day in "production" mode. I wasn't kidding on twitter yesterday that periods of hermitage dwelling (Thomas Merton style) are appealing to attack that issue... thanks for the reminder.
I am not in the tech industry and while the new technologies and applications are very interesting and useful for my website, blog, etc... I often wonder what level of threshold to apply in regards to trying to adopt a new application.
For example, filtrbox appears to be something useful that I could use to keep track of news in exercise physiology, marathon training, etc.. but is it a significant advantage to use in that manner. Does it pass the "threshold" of need to use?
For the readers that are in the tech biz it probably makes sense to keep a lower threshold when taking on learning new apps... do you have any advice for those of us not in the group and that don't necessarily need to be early adoptors?
Personal examples: still haven't found a good use for ligit or mybloglog apps, still trying to decide if twitter is worth it, but have found feedburner way beyond useful. All apps I've looked at after a post by you. Thanks.
PS - Intense Debate is one I've looked at but shied away from out of fear of time consumption.