Richard Oppenheim CPA

Richard Oppenheim CPA

Apps is a Noun - Location

satellite artYou can run, you can hide. However, if you are willing, you andanyone else can discover where you are at any time. You can see this capability in action on any episode of the multicity hits like CSI and NCIS.Just to be clear, to be located requires your GPS device to be on and within range of a cellular or wireless signal. When you want to really hide, turn off the device or leave home without it. You can also give your device to someone else, so when the CSI investigator locates the device, it will not be you that has been located.


App is a Noun - Search

The current storehouse of iPhone Apps is climbing past 225,000. Mix in the Android and Microsoft Windows platforms and the Apps numbers will grow exponentially for a very long time. My previous article identified categories of applications that are being used and will be used by the accounting community. In this article, the application focus is SEARCH.  There may be a few cave dwellers somewhere that have not used search to discover a word definition, a restaurant, or some federal or state law statutory requirements. Readers of The Progressive Accountant know that search is an integrated feature of the publication. TPA provides search to locate an article by title, by a specific category, or by a specific writer. Read more...

Smart is an Adjective, App is a Noun

It will never end. The “it” is the never ending delivery of smart, smarter and smartest phones along with the even larger supply of good, better and best Apps. How many phones and how many apps are necessary for you? This question can only be answered in terms of what you can afford. The better question is one of the oldest questions of all, reengineered for 2010, which comes first the better app or the smarter phone?


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