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Tungle goes Pro and adds Personalization
Chris Miller    

Tungle, my go to web based scheduling client, has added new features under the Pro banner for a monthly/yearly fee.  For $4.99 a month or $49.99 year you get the following options to what is already an amazing free product:

  • Set your favorite locations for meetings (phone line, coffee shop, whatever and ten maximum)
  • Logo and color branding for site
  • Logo branding for invitations, confirmations and updates

Tungle Personalization

I have been using Tungle and even had the chance to sit with Marc, the founder, in an IdoNotes podcast when they entered into the Lotus software arena.   It now hooks into all the main calendaring systems, including Google, Lotus, Microsoft, Apple and even LotusLive.

I quickly uploaded a logo for the free 30 days trail.  Up to a 2MB image is allowed and then you are presented with a small customization window for colors.  Not a large amount of choices, but the idea is to keep it simple and brand your page as well as your notifications.

If you want to schedule a meeting with me, alway use my Tungle page.  If you need your own account, get one today.  There is no better way to share freetime openings without exposing your calendar.  Did I mention all the mobile clients they offer for free as well?



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Skype is storing your file transfers in their cloud now – where and how long?
Wed, Oct 29th 2014 9:28a   Chris Miller
With the recent changes of Skype moving to a cloud based architecture some of you may be seeing a link when sending file transfers. These transfers used to be peer to peer. Skype has not issued any statement or documentation where or how long these file transfers are stored. As part of Skype’s move to a cloud-based architecture, pictures sent via chat are now uploaded to the cloud. All of our Skype clients are currently moving to this new cloud-based architecture, and once we complete the [read] Keywords: server skype
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Checky helps you stop checking your phone so much – Virtual Gratification Syndrome
Tue, Sep 23rd 2014 2:09p   Chris Miller
How many times a day do you check your phone or tablet? Checky can help by telling you the number of times and where you do it using the location services built into your device.  The idea of the free application is to inform you where and how often you keep checking for that Virtual Gratification Syndrome (VGS).  Think about your own habits and when you unlock that screen. In the car?  Of course In the elevator? Yes At lunch? Always At dinner? If the other person does In bed? Oh yeah Random [read] Keywords: application facebook
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Q-Spot by SpotUse – supposed quick and easy meeting planner
Tue, Jul 15th 2014 1:37p   Chris Miller
Q-Spot by Spotuse is a mobile application that is supposed to help easing the creation of quick, in-person meetings with your contacts. After setting it up and the limited help files I am not sure it was any use at all yet.  It is available on iOS and Android and you must install the application to establish an account. It has a web interface after you confirm your setup. The first thing after installation that Q-Spot asks for is an email address and password to establish your account.  A veri [read] Keywords: application email google interface mobile password profile twitter
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Streem launches to offer unlimited cloud storage for one flat rate
Mon, Apr 21st 2014 12:13p   Chris Miller
Streem is launching Streem Drive to offer unlimited cloud storage and streaming for one flat monthly rate. Should offerings Dropbox, Box, Copy and others be worried? Maybe they should since Streem will also offer 20GB of free space to everyone to get you hooked. Streem is taking a new approach with unlimited storage by utilizing deduplication of cloud files and using proprietary technology to stream movies and audio to your devices. They hope they can compensate and estimate the large need for s [read] Keywords: security
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Social Identity – Public Personal Private at SxSW 2014 (video)
Sun, Mar 16th 2014 7:43p   Chris Miller
Presented at SxSW 2014, Social Identity is not just your socially shared content, but your identity you build on the public and personal social networks that affect you privately. In this recorded session I walk through the definition of social identity and how to split it into personas. I show where we have all made the worst mistakes along the way and how to get out of exposing our social identity. With the amount of private identity data we share accidentally across the social sites and the a [read] Keywords: mobile network security
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Felt – send handwritten cards from your iPad via SxSW 2014
Tue, Mar 11th 2014 1:38p   Chris Miller
Felt was a finalist in the Accelerator Social Technology category at SxSW 2014.  This iPad application lets you create handwritten cards that are mailed for you. Using their pretty slick iPad application, you choose the type of event card you want to send from Felt, including awesome artwork ones that can be used for anything. I like the fact they offer cards that are not just built around holidays and events, yet have very good artwork.  You can also find some simple ones. After choosing th [read] Keywords: apple application email office




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Ferris – a video app for living stories
Sat, Mar 8th 2014 12:12p   Chris Miller
Ferris was at the SxSW 2014 Accelerator showing off their living story video app. We look at use cases and how it works. It is just in beta now. The Ferris idea is based around multiple people recording at the same time and geographic location. Ferris is a stunning mobile video app for creating and contributing to living stories. Ferris joins together relevant mobile video clips based on location, time, topic and category to create a fluid, evolving and interactive stream of relevant content. O [read] Keywords: google mobile
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Samba.me launches for SxSW and accesses your contacts
Thu, Mar 6th 2014 8:42p   Chris Miller
Samba.me first entered the iTunes store in February 2014 and are preparing for a SxSW appearance for the first time. A privacy policy for the app worries us. They collect both anonymous and identifiable information. The Samba.me service is a video sharing platform that records the reaction of the receiver and sends it back to the sender. For example I record a skating video (maximum time is 16 seconds) with a person falling. I send the video to a friend via the Samba.me app. When they watch the [read] Keywords: google mobile
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How to revoke and block third-party Instagram app access to your account
Mon, Mar 3rd 2014 4:51p   Chris Miller
How do you revoke and block third-party app access to your Instagram account? Here are the steps required. Instagram has numerous third-party applications that people are allowing access to their account by loading them on their devices and via the web. Everytime you add another application, it prompts you to log in using your Instagram username and password via their authentication API. By doing this, you are then giving certain rights to that application.  Some rights you may give are: A [read] Keywords: application applications facebook instant messaging password profile security
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Would you hand over 30,000 Instagram followers for free?
Fri, Feb 14th 2014 10:32a   Chris Miller
How much are 30,000 real Instragram followers worth? Apparently free to young artist Luz, courtesy for SuicideGirl Carrina Vargas.  With everyone putting a dollar value on the number of social media followers across the networks, you see brands and people try to build followers and sell or leverage them to sell advertising.  No one just hands the account over freely do they? Well I watched Noelle (formerly @carrinavargas on Instagram and now do just that. She made one final post as she starte [read] Keywords:




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