RFID subway pass? Sure, New York says | CNET News.com

RFID subway pass? Sure, New York says | CNET News.com

I\’m experimenting with the \”Press It\” feature of WordPress which I\’ve just added to my toolbar. It allows me to click \”Press It\” while viewing any web page and immediately blog about it.

I may seem dumb for not having implementing this before. But I\’m sure I\’ll use it plenty now that it is just one click away.

One thought on “RFID subway pass? Sure, New York says | CNET News.com

  1. I use it to mark a webpage I want to blog about later. It’s been pretty handy, because a lot of times you see something and think “That’s cool – I should post about that…” and then you forget because you’re busy.

    What you should be doing here though is saving it as a draft until the article is finished. Then you use “Publish” when it’s all done.

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