May 6, 2016

ICYMI (In Case You Missed It) – February 2012

One of the things we’ve noticed since we started BTD is that people consume what we write in a lot of different ways. Many of you visit the web site (and we thank you for that). We also have a number of people that read us via the e-mail newsletter subscription. We’ve also got Facebook and Twitter followers. That’s right, we’re everywhere.

For timely/topical things, or for links to info we think is well done and have no desire to re-create, we’ll quite often publish those to Twitter or Facebook. Which is great – if you both have an account on those services and actually follow/Like us. For those who do not, you’re being cheated; you are not getting your full dose of Beyond The Defaults.

So at the end of the month (starting today), we’ll publish an “In Case You Missed It” – a recap of the activities from all of our outlets. We hope you find it useful.

So without futher adieu….

ICYMI – February 2012

From the web site:

From Facebook:

From Twitter:

  • 6 ways to make your emails more effective – easy & simple, exactly what we like at #BeyondTheDefaults via @WorkingNaked
  • A great reason to use @Evernote Clearly plug-in: dealing with poor font/background combos on blog sites. Useless to readable in one click.
  • MacWorld’s Jason Snell with a great rundown of what Mountain Lion will bring (looks way cool) –
  • .@Buttsie23 Yes, iPad3 is on the radar. The bigger question is does it get through the budget committee. Magic 8-ball says “Definitely yes.”
  • RT @digitwirl: Today’s Twirl: Google Calendar.…
  • The Ultimate List of Pinterest Tips (via @AmyLynnAndrews )


Have a great month of March, everyone!


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About the Author

A banker-turned-technologist, Sam is programming and technology consultant and self-described electronic gadget freak. He’s been a personal computer user for nearly 25 years (think about that for a minute), and is someone who firmly believes that technology, when used the right way, makes life better for those who use it.

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