Monthly Archives: March 2014

Don’t text your girl. Let BroApp do it for you | Technology News

Originally posted on Interactive Video Production:
There is a new app called BroApp that will send your girlfriend love messages. The app is made for guys to be able to text their girlfriend while they are out partying. That way…

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Who you gonna call the Ghostbusters

Originally posted on Interactive Video Production:
This game is awesome if your a fan of Ghostbusters. This game feels like an extension of Ghostbusters 1 and 2 in the sense that it feels like the third movie. The amount of…

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Road Scholar / Its Never too Late to Learn

Originally posted on Tech Tips for Retirees:
image courtesy of taoty/FreeDigitalPhotos.com Yes, just bring that coffee and pull up a chair to be taken to a website that can lead to the adventurous learning experience of a lifetime! http://roadscholar.org which…

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Nanomotors Steered Inside Living Human Cells For the First Time

Originally posted on Bell's Palsy:
A group of researchers from Penn State have pushed the realm of possibilities for nanotechnology further as they have successfully steered a┬ánanomotor┬áinside of a human cell. This is the first time this feat has…

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The seven keys to the internet

Originally posted on Sockrotation:
Meet the seven people who hold the keys to worldwide internet security It sounds like the stuff of science fiction: seven keys, held by individuals from all over the world, that together control security at the…

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Is social media helping or hurting networking?

Originally posted on MICHAEL BECKERMAN:
By now, I am sure everyone has seen this report about the LinkedIn exchange that went viral. The story is very similar to others that I hear almost daily these days. It got me thinking…

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