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What Happens to your Social Media Accounts After You Passed On? July 14, 2014

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Teapot Found Floating Somewhere Between Earth and Mars March 2, 2014

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And for something weird this Sunday….

Is frozen natural gas the future of energy? December 25, 2013

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Social Media Stats for 2013 December 24, 2013

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Social Media Stats for 2013

Social Media Stats for 2013

Australian Startups Zookal And Flirtey To Begin Delivering Textbook Orders By Drone October 14, 2013

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Quasar IV Encrypted Ninja Smartphone Goes Into Production, Despite Indiegogo Failure October 9, 2013

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2013 iMac Review: Apple’s All-In-One Benefits Big From Improved Processor, Graphics October 7, 2013

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Facebook Goes Home April 5, 2013

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I know we all have quite a bit of issues with Facebook’s privacy settings that keeps on changing. So what’s happening next with this social media giant? Apparently they are preparing to launch a new app on April 12th. Not quite sure how this will affect the privacy settings again.

In any case, this app will supposedly simplify the way we connect  with our friends… maybe something a little bit better than Google+ ? Here’s what’s in store in for the new Facebook Home

4 Ways to Get your Profile Restricted on Linkedin March 12, 2013

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Social networking is more than just adding contacts to your profile. There are various ways to connect with your new contacts without getting you into trouble. This article describes just that. 4 Words that Can Get You “Restricted” on Linkedin

 

 

Why Five Days in the Office Is Too Many March 4, 2013

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Here’s a good explanation why. The idea that everyone must be in the office five days a week harks back to a time when workers didn’t have the proper tools to work from home. But we live in a very different world today. Given that technology has made employees accessible around the clock, and that they are often expected to work after hours, the traditional 40-hour schedule is in many ways an anachronism.

However, this writer have a valid point why sometimes, it is a good idea to have everyone at the office. Why Five Days in the Office Is Too Many.