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Tips, tricks, and humorous stories from the adventures of Gadget Girl.
Tech Tip: Digital Thank You Cards
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By Holan Kerrick
Holan, aka Gadget Girl, has worn out many kindles, phones, and anything with an off/on switch while trying to find tips and tricks of technology. She’s the go to person for family and friends on how to get the thingy-a-bob to work or an opinion of ...
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Holan, aka Gadget Girl, has worn out many kindles, phones, and anything with an off/on switch while trying to find tips and tricks of technology. She’s the go to person for family and friends on how to get the thingy-a-bob to work or an opinion of the next great thing. Holan’s formal training includes a Bachelor’s in Technology with an emphasis in Graphic Design and a Masters in Technology. With an energetic spirit Holan knows how to turn techie speak into plain English, she’s hoping you’ll enjoy reading her experiences with technology.
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Dec. 20, 2012 12:01 a.m.

justwink

 

I’m a big fan of sending cards especially Thank You cards but sometimes it’s hard to take the time to write and mail the cards.  Do something different this year and send digital Thank You cards from your smartphone or tablet.  I really like the app JustWink because you can use a picture and add your own signature to pre-designed cards that can be sent via text, email, Facebook, and regular snail mail.   Just keep in mind that some of the cards are PG-13. 

Tech Tip:  On Christmas morning take a second to snap your kiddo and their gift from grandma with your smartphone then send a quick Thank You card once everyone is curled up watching a movie.  For an added bonus, have your kiddos sign their cards with their finger within the app. 

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