Most popular CRM: Salesforce has most CRM customers worldwide

The CRM industry will be worth an estimated $36.5 BILLION worldwide by 2017 surpassing ERP and growing significantly faster than the Business Intelligence, Supply Chain Management and the Web Conferencing industries. Continue reading “Most popular CRM: Salesforce has most CRM customers worldwide”

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Avengers Slot Machine Games: Iron Man 3, Hulk and Thor reviewed

If you’re a comic book fan based on popular Marvel superheroes and enjoy spinning the reels of slot games, check out the Avengers slot machine games.  Continue reading “Avengers Slot Machine Games: Iron Man 3, Hulk and Thor reviewed”

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Review: TP-Link RE200 AC750 Wireless Range Extender

My apartment is approximately 730 square feet and the layout is long and narrow — very much like a spaceship or two submarines. Continue reading “Review: TP-Link RE200 AC750 Wireless Range Extender”

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Surprisingly, the ‘Avengers: Age of Ultron’ movie is getting mixed reviews

The new Avergers film that I’ve been yapping about over the last several months is three days away from opening. Continue reading “Surprisingly, the ‘Avengers: Age of Ultron’ movie is getting mixed reviews”

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Napa Farms Market: When you’re obsessed with a restaurant located only in an airport terminal

How much do I enjoy the food at Napa Farms Market (NFM)?  Continue reading “Napa Farms Market: When you’re obsessed with a restaurant located only in an airport terminal”

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Best of East Village: Boka’s fried chicken wings and drumsticks

I’ve been to Boka now 3-4 times and everytime I’ve been to the Korean restaurant on St. Marks between 2nd and 3rd Avenue, I’ve always ordered their fried chicken wings/drumsticks. Continue reading “Best of East Village: Boka’s fried chicken wings and drumsticks”

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The case for the Spigen G3 phone case over Caseology’s G3 cover

I don’t like having a case on my phone. In my experience, one has to sacrifice the phone’s slim design — one of the main features I look for in a mobile.  Continue reading “The case for the Spigen G3 phone case over Caseology’s G3 cover”

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Best of East Village: TopSec Security & Locksmith

I rarely review a business unless I’ve used their service or been to their establishment at least twice, but in some situations where it’s a one-time thing or exceptional service, a review is merited from just one experience.  Continue reading “Best of East Village: TopSec Security & Locksmith”

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Best of East Village: C-Town Supermarket

Having recently moved closer to Avenue C, only a block east and a couple streets south of my old apartment, the stores, markets and cafes I now frequent have almost completely changed. Continue reading “Best of East Village: C-Town Supermarket”

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Review: Chinatown’s Good Luck (Lucky Express) Car Service

It’s comforting when you get to a point where you can trust a service to consistently deliver (whether a haircut, laundry service, or fried yuca); it allows one to put energy into more important things in life.  Continue reading “Review: Chinatown’s Good Luck (Lucky Express) Car Service”

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Tasty Hand-Pulled Noodles (What’s in a name?)

What’s in the name?  When in Chinatown, the names of stores and restaurants can be nonsensical, include random numbers, and state ridiculous claims Continue reading “Tasty Hand-Pulled Noodles (What’s in a name?)”

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Best of East Village: Señor Pollo

It’s been a year since I moved into the East Village and in those 12 or so months, I’ve come across some really great restaurants.   Continue reading “Best of East Village: Señor Pollo”

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Best of East Village: The Roost coffee shop/bar

The Roost opened around the corner from me a few months ago. On Avenue B between 13th and 14th street, I walked by the cozy little coffee shop several times and kept telling myself that I would stop in at some point. Continue reading “Best of East Village: The Roost coffee shop/bar”

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The Best Vegetable Pakora in San Francisco is at Red Chili in the Tenderloin

Vegetable pakora is a battered vegetable appetizer found on Indian/Pakistani menus. Continue reading “The Best Vegetable Pakora in San Francisco is at Red Chili in the Tenderloin”

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Citi Bike Review: Is Citi Bike Worth $100? Hell Yes.

I resisted Citi Bike for nearly a year.

I liked the idea of the city’s bikeshare program, but since I already had a monthly MTA pass, my own bike sitting at home, I pushed off Citi Bike as a nice-to-have, but was more a luxury that I would only use from time-to-time.  Continue reading “Citi Bike Review: Is Citi Bike Worth $100? Hell Yes.”

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Best of East Village: Punjabi Grocery & Deli

Outside of pizza, chicken+rice, hot dogs, and dumplings, there’s not a lot of diverse meal options in Manhattan where you can plop down a fiver, maybe get some change back, and be satisfied afterwards. Enter Punjabi Grocery & Deli  Continue reading “Best of East Village: Punjabi Grocery & Deli”

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I had a ramen burger and didn’t have to wait in line for 45 minutes!

In the last couple weeks, I had the chance to eat a ramen burger…  without waiting in a long ass line, in Brooklyn, without fanfare or pretension, indoors, for $7.95… twice. Just had to add those extra details in there. Continue reading “I had a ramen burger and didn’t have to wait in line for 45 minutes!”

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Noodle Village: Clay pot of gold, crispy rice in Chinatown

I rarely write up a review after just one visit, but I’m confident that I’m going back to Noodle Village again (and again and again). Continue reading “Noodle Village: Clay pot of gold, crispy rice in Chinatown”

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Best of East Village: Suprise! Surprise! (is closed)

I haven’t been in New York for very long, so I haven’t established deep relationships with local businesses. Still, in my short time, there’s a few businesses I’ve been lucky enough to “discover”  that have long-term relationship potential  Continue reading “Best of East Village: Suprise! Surprise! (is closed)”

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