Everything In Your Pocket

Dated: 03/09/2014

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To Many Browsers Open at Once?  Put them in your Pocket! Do you ever have the problem of perusing the internet and before you know it you have 10 or even 15 pages open.  You are reading an article and then see an interesting link, click on it, now you have 2 pages open.  This happens several times and before you know it you have multiple pages open at once, confusing you as to which tab relates which article and slowing your computer to a crawl.  Now you can put that article in your Pocket and come back to it when ever you want.  The cool thing is, you can save an article to your Pocket from your computer and then 

pocketopen it on your mobile device and vice versa.
  

The Best Features of Pocket
1. Pocket is FREE
2. You can save articles, web pages, images and videos and even tweets from your Twitter on one device and read them on another device.
3. Your own look.  You can choose from different fonts and color palettes and is easy to navigate.
4. Organization.  You can tag your "stuff" for instant retrieval.
5. Flexible ways to save to your PocketAdd content to your Pocket by downloading the Pocket button, installing the bookmarklet or emailing any link to your list.Pocket allows me to declutter my computer screen, have all my reading material in one place and share across different devices.
 
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Ken Blevins

Ken Blevins, Chief Executive Officer of Metrowest Real Estate Services, is a veteran in mortgage and default servicing with more than 23 years of experience in collections, foreclosure/bankruptcy, los....

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