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Cleaning Robots: They’re A Thing!

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Print From Kindle Fire: Free Printer Apps Now Available From HP, Brother, Canon and Epson

* * * Today’s post is brought to you by the Epson WorkForce WF-2530 Wireless All-in-One Color Inkjet Printer, Copier, Scanner, ADF, Fax, the multi-function machine I use, which is currently on sale for just $79.99 on Amazon. Advertisers make it possible for Digital Media Mom to bring you great content each day for free, [… Read More]

Inexpensive Gadgets That Make Your Digital Life Easier

Visitors to the site may have noticed I’ve got some new sponsors, Bluebox Tees and ThinkGeek among them. It’s very important to me that my readers know: I do not accept sponsors or affiliate advertising relationships lightly, I only want to share goods and services here that I can personally recommend. So it should come [… Read More]

Scary-Sounding App Permissions That Aren’t Really Scary At All

Another day, another Amazon Free App of the Day being hit with a slew of 1-star reviews from people who don’t know what they’re talking about. *sigh* This time, they’re not just complaining about the supposed adware their scanner apps found (even though I played the app myself and didn’t see a single ad), it’s [… Read More]

Stop Freaking Out About Ads In Apps, And Stop With The Undeserved 1-Star Reviews!

I’m a pretty easygoing sort, but I’m getting increasingly frustrated with the actions of well-meaning, but often misinformed, consumers who think they’re doing the world at large a favor by making it their personal mission in life to smear as many apps and developers as possible with 1-star reviews when: 1) the app is ad-supported [… Read More]