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    Follow Awards Season With the Oscars Mobile App

    Looking at this year’s official iOS Academy Award app, titled Oscar Experience, you might wish you’d stayed at home with Netflix or even gone to the theater instead.

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    Tiltpod Gives You a Tripod Anywhere

    Any video you make of yourself has to look good. One thing that can help: Gomite's Tiltpod.

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    Charting Your Career With Software

    It's called PerformerTrack, but it's really much more than just an "online version." For helping actors keep track of all aspects of their professional lives, it's one of the most comprehensive bits of software I've encountered.

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    Apps for the Big Apple

    Thanks to tons of applications for the iPhone, iPad, Blackberry, and Android phones, navigating the Big Apple is easier and more portable.

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    The Sundance App Puts the Festival at Your Fingertips

    Trying to keep track of all the screenings, events, people, and parties at the Sundance Film Festival just got a little easier, if you happen to carry a smartphone.

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    If It's Tuesday, This Must Be...?

    An actor friend asked me to recommend software to remind her of important dates. She felt overwhelmed trying to keep track of all the details of her life. Don't we all?

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    Actors Phone Home

    By using a product like LogMeIn or GoToMyPC, your home computer appears virtually on the desktop of your work computer. Then you can do anything remotely that you might do if you were really there.

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    The Upside of Uploading

    Getting your webisode online doesn't have to be harder than making it.

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    Email Goes Offline

    Our lives as actors are governed by email: We get our audition information from our agents via email, we send out mass emails to promote shows we're in, and we submit ourselves by email for all manner of projects.

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    SLIDESHOW: iPhone 5 for Actors

    For those of you pinching your pennies and trying to figure out how you’re going to claim one of these gadgets for your very own, here is the good, the bad, and the ugly about how this $199 device can help you advance your career.