Gazelle Sell Your Tech Gadgets

Yes, Gazelle is Great for Selling Your Used Gadgets

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Many have asked me about Gazelle and whether they’re a good option for selling your used tech. The answer is absolutely yes. I’ve sold almost all my iPhones and one of my Android tablets on Gazelle and they’ve been stellar every time. They ship you a free box with free return shipping, you put the phone in and drop it in the mail. You can opt for either cash or an Amazon gift card. The card gets you 5% more cash value. I always get the Amazon card because, ah, more money is more money than less money. They also sell used, refurbished tech and it’s good stuff with certifications and 30-day returns. I like them so much I became an affiliate and this is my affiliate link attached. That is all. Sell your phones and electronics for cash with Gazelle Trade-In


Grammar, Usage and Style – After Deadline Blog

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This is a great resource for keeping up with grammar, usage and style. I like it for its real-world examples of common mistakes and awkward usage. It’s a great way to spend five or ten minutes every day enhancing your craft. After Deadline examines questions of grammar, usage and style encountered by writers and editors of The Times. It is adapted from a weekly newsroom critique overseen by Philip B. Corbett, the associate managing editor for standards, who is also in charge of The Times’s style manual. Source: Grammar, Usage and Style – After Deadline Blog –


PopClip for Mac Will Save You Tons of Time

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I recently started using a new paid system add-on called Pop Clip which saves me tons of time as I work in every application. A little menu appears whenever you select text and gives you access to your top desired actions to perform on that selected text. You just set it up and off you go.  They have over 100 actions you can install to customize your workflow and needs. You can copy & paste, and access actions like search, spelling, dictionary and even post to-dos to your to-do app or Evernote or updates to social media. I’ve added some of the typographic changes I’m always making plus connections to Todoist and Evernote and that alone has saved me hours. They connect to a lots of other apps and social media services as well. If you spend just a little time configuring it, you will absolutely save a ton of time […]


Faster is Not Better, It’s Just Crappier

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I was reading a post today by a man selling a new book on using your mind and developing super awareness. There’s an irony headed your way. Can you tell? As I read each paragraph, all was well. I was learning about various ways I could improve my mind and increase productivity. I learned that most of us are just mental slobs, barely slogging our way through life, mostly unconscious and missing everything. But I also learned that this is OK. We can change! We have the power to become super aware and this book details it all in detailed detailing with extra detail. Well, I can tell you I was getting a little excited at this point. I was thinking, yeah, bring this book on! I think I’ll buy that. I need super awareness yesterday. I think I’ll get the wallet out. And then… Bang! I hit a sentence that made […]