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How I use Android: Writer and Android Power author JR Raphael

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After asking so many people to share how they use Android in their own lives, I figured it was only right to start the new year by stepping into the hot seat myself. Thus, this unusual "How I use Android" entry -- one by and about the same silly schmo.

So who the hell am I, other than the lowly scribe who pens this column for you to skim whilst clipping your toenails? I'm just an ordinary word-slinger who's been lucky enough to cover Android since its start. I've reviewed more devices than I care to count and have written a frighteningly high number of features, guides, and other Android-related stories. I enjoy long lists, short words, and things that rhyme with "elephant." I also have excellent dental hygiene.

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