I have a little Macbook Air 11″ which I hook up to a 22″ widescreen monitor at work so that I can dual screen and be more productive. Because I spend most of my day working in MS Word or Outlook, I have the large screen in portrait mode, which I find makes working on documents much easier. Having the monitor arranged this way draws lots of comments from office visitors who note how websites and pages look. So, with my hacking my way into Facebook Timeline, courtesy of a timely post from Tech Crunch, I’ve been able to have a look around. I like what I see. Viewing it in the portrait format you get the real sense of the timeline and how useful it is in viewing your data.
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