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My Favorite Tools: Muck Rack Pro

Jottings by a tech PR consultant on a tireless quest for the next best tool, application, widget or Web site to help “balance” life between the cyber and real worlds. If Twitter is the modern day equivalent of a soapbox, then Muck Rack Pro is the cocktail party (sans drinks and hors d’oeuvres). It’s a virtual forum where you can schmooze and …

My Favorite Tools: Paper.Li

Jottings by a tech PR consultant on a tireless quest for the next best tool, application, widget or Website to help “balance” life between the cyber and real worlds. I published an online newsletter today in under a minute. All it took was one stroke of a button and voila I had nine pages beautifully formatted with compelling content neatly filed under nine tabs: headlines, technology, business, stories, …

My Favorite Tools: Cohuman

Jottings by a tech PR consultant on a tireless quest for the next best tool, application, widget or Website to help “balance” life between the cyber and real worlds. Email, Tweets, Facebook messages … social media is driving us to distraction! It’s a fact of life that there are days when we are destined to be more productive than others. …

My Favorite Tools: Google Translate

Jottings by a tech PR consultant on a tireless quest for the next best tool, application, widget or Website to help “balance” life between the cyber and real worlds.        One of the biggest regrets of my life (so far) is that I never mastered a second language. I had plenty of opportunities.  When I was in Washington DC covering foreign affairs and defense issues across the Asia and …

My Favorite Tools: TweetyMail

Jottings by a tech PR consultant on a tireless quest for the next best tool, application, widget or Website to help “balance” life between the cyber and real worlds.          I came across TweetyMail earlier this month while holed up in a hotel room in Kauai. The Pacific Ocean and sparkling pools outside beckoned, but because I had piggy-backed on my husband’s business trip (finally …