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Human beings are pretty good at creating technology. We've always done it; it is part of the essence of what makes us human. The stone tools of the ancient past are in every way as important, if not more...
Transcribing interviews can be the bane of many journalist’s existences. It’s a slow and tedious process that is often of critical importance, but it doesn’t have to be that way. I want to share with you an amazing app called...
I wrote my original review of the Apple Watch on April 27, 2015 and for the most part I feel the review is spot on. My feelings about the Apple Watch today are essentially the same as my feelings...
So you are in the market for an inexpensive, yet amazing pair of headphones? I have just the pair for you. They have great sound, excellent bass, are comfortable, and best of all cost less than $50 and have...
Working away from a centralized office appeals to both businesses and employees, making the practice a significant employment trend. Recent Gallup polls show that about 37 percent of all workers telecommute to their job some of the time.Companies like...
Fundraisers, conferences, and even live television events, have long been invaluable methods that companies use to promote themselves and grow their networks. While this is still a great way to produce small-scale brand awareness, nowadays, employing social networks to...
I stumbled across this project called Mark Maker this evening and it piqued my interest. The project is built and maintained by Emblemmatic and its goal is to use algorithms to create logos for companies. I know what you're already thinking:...
Is there one dating app to rule them all? Not according two female entrepreneurs who are betting big on a non-monogamous approach to the world of dating apps by releasing multiple targeted apps for people of different ethnicities, backgrounds, and...
Like most of you, I am following the refugee crisis in Europe with great interest. Hundreds of thousands of refugees are spilling across European borders, leaving everything behind, in search of a better life for them and their loved...
Just because he's a politician doesn't mean he can't understand the basics of quantum computing, right? Right. In a rather impressive press conference at the Perimeter Institute for Theoretical Physics in Waterloo, Ontario, Canadian Prime Minister Justin Trudeau schooled a...
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