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If I had a nickel for every time someone in my family searched something on Google, I'm not sure I would be rich man, but it would certainly add up to a tidy sum of money. I don't think there is anyone out there willing to pay me that nickel for each search, but to my surprise, there is a company that recognizes the value of consumers like myself that spend considerable time on the internet. That recognition is shown in the form of small cash payments to a person's PayPal account when a person clicks on a search result that gets pulled up by a free browser app called Qmee.... Read more
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If you're like me, you probably have taken thousands of photos with your phone and while some will definitely bring back incredible memories of a vacation getaway or that first time you adopted a puppy, the rest are just a complete blur. Which birthday was that photo taken from? Was it last year or three years ago?... Read more
When it comes to commuting in New York City, I like to fancy myself as the ultimate navigation expert. I know how to traverse the streets of Manhattan via subway, bus and even pedicab. But when it comes to parking, you definitely need to up your game - especially if you decide to drive into the city during your workweek. ... Read more
Baseball, pool and bike. Baseball, pool and bike. As a kid, those were the only things on my mind when summer arrived, school let out and very little stood in my way of a great time. While the kids I grew up with had mixed summer interests, the one thing we all had in common was how much we loved going to the pool. It didn't matter what you were doing before the pool and it didn't matter after. All we knew was that going swimming at some point during the day was one of summer's inalienable rights. I think that's true for most kids today. Maybe not for all, but certainly most children think of water when they think of summer.... Read more
My 10-year-old son Drew suffered a concussion this year. It was a freak accident when he was snowboarding - and he WAS wearing a helmet. This experience made me much more aware of the growing problem of concussions in youth sport. ... Read more
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