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Posted by on Feb 9, 2013 in Caboodle of the Week, Entertainment, Optimizing Life, Reviews, Technology, Video | 0 comments

Caboodle of the Week | Buffer | Two Door Cinema | Ted Roden

Caboodle of the Week | Site | Song | Somebody

Buffer is a new and smarter way to share what you want to share on Social Media. People have called it great names before, like your Social Media Assistant or the Siri of Social Media. I have been using it this week with a lot of success. You simply add updates to your Buffer queue and it will be posted for you at the best times to reach your readers. It is integrated with Twitter, Facebook and LinkedIn. It’s really simple to use and is accessible online. Adding the buffer application makes posting really easy.

Two Door Cinema | New Year

I really enjoyed the debut album by Northern Irish trio Two Door Cinema Club. Alex Trimble sings with emotion and their songs are surprisingly catchy. This is the acoustic version of the their latest single. The song reflects on their recent life on a tour bus and how they miss home. Check out the video; if you haven’t heard the band before I strongly suggest checking out their other material.

Two Door Cinema Club–New Year

Ted Roden

Ted Roden was the first full-time developer hired on at, and also worked in the Research and Development group at The New York Times. He lives and works in New York City. He is the founder of Fancy Hands. Fancy Hands was featured in last weeks Caboodle of the week and in this weeks post Fancy Hands – Virtual Assistant | Outsourcing the busy in our day. He journeyed from full-time employee, to full-time employee working on a side day project, to deciding when the time was right, to then going full stream with Fancy Hands. I love what he has done, and I wish him future success.

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