Media Storage: Copy Vs. Google Drive

After watching a recent LockerGnome video, I decided to check out a cloud storage and file sharing service that Chris mentioned called Copy. Among more well-known competitors like Dropbox, Google Drive, and MediaFire, I find Copy to be the easiest to use in the bunch — and earning extra space is a breeze. For the…

Data and Information Ethics

How do your ethics cope with today’s availability and exchange of data? Guest blogger Andrew Rosenfeld writes: I remember the first time I spoke the words, “I believe information should be free.” A close family friend and English man confronted me at the dinner table. I grew up immersed in open source ideology and, with…

Customer Service in the Twitter Age

How does customer service in the age of social media — especially Twitter — differ from customer service at any other time in consumer history? Here’s a little story. My wife and I decided to buy a desk for my birthday that was coming up, and we found one that I really liked at a…

Why I’ve Switched from Google Chrome

[Editor’s note: Please keep in mind that this is a guest post. While it takes a pretty definite position against Google Chrome, not everyone here at LockerGnome feels this way about the browser. In fact, I think most of us here actually like Google Chrome. We usually try to avoid taking a “this is better…