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A Tribute To The Most Creative City In The World: Seattle

Fast Company magazine named Seattle the most creative city of the year for 2009. I had no idea that the small town of Seattle was such a creative hot spot. I’ve never been there, and up until today, the only things I knew about Seattle are that it rains a lot and many of my favorite musicians hail from there. As it turns out, there is a lot more to Seattle than meets the eye. Aside from the beautiful mountains and scenery, there is an […]


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Mail Browser | Gmail Plugin

We get lots of emails everyday, for others more than they can handle. If you are using Gmail, you might want to check out Mail Browser. Mail Browser is a free Gmail plugin that allows you to easily manage your contact list and attachments.  The plug-in works best with IE and Firefox. Here are some features that you might want to check out: 1. Consolidated Contact List – Consolidated view of all contacts by including all contacts you have ever communicated with – akin to […]


Intel Introduces Twitter in 3D!
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Intel Introduces Twitter in 3D! | Infoscape

Companies have long worked on different ways to browse the ever expanding Internet. And this time it’s Intel entering the game and delivers a quite unique way to browse not only Twitter but any kind of site or it’s content. It can be set to only track RSS feeds, Twitter feeds or even hundreds of sites all at once. You will have this great 3D cube overview that you can modify and tweak however you want to fit your own preferences. The application brought to […]


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How To: Not Suck At Writing Tweets

I never thought about this topic before this week when a friend of mine sent me an email asking me to teach her how to not suck at writing tweets. How can someone suck at writing a tweet? I looked at my fast moving stream of 23,000 people that I follow, and I studied the tweets as they passed by. I’ve since concluded that yes, some tweets definitely do suck. How does a person learn how to write better tweets? After all, all we have […]


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Interesting Twitter Tools To Enjoy!

If you are on Twitter, you know that majority of people tweet interesting and varied stuff.  From design, to gadgets, music, news and a lot more depending on their follower’s interests.  But did you know that there are some interesting tools that you can use to make your Tweets more interesting?!  Here are some that I hope you would check out and enjoy: 1.  nom.ms –  The tool allows you to tweet what you eat.  This allows others to also share interesting places to eat, […]


Newest and Coolest way of camping | Camper Kart
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Newest and Coolest way of camping | Camper Kart

So the season for camping might not be just yet but it sure is an appealing though now when the winter blanket has it’s shadow on us here in Europe. The thought of the sun in your face seems far but the dream of escaping the office for a couple of days for some much needed free time is ever so evident. Not that I would ever complain about the job that I have, nor would I want to exchange it for anything else in […]


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Be Careful! | Your Television Can Kill You

Do you watch a lot of television? Do your children? I’m happy to say that because of my busy work and blogging schedule, I don’t watch any television. However, I’m embarrassed to say that my son watches about two hours each day. After what I’ve learned this week, that is going to come to a screeching halt. It’s been all over the internet this week; you may have read it somewhere… The American Heart Association announced on their website that every single hour that we […]


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What’s in Store for 4G iPhone Coming in July 2010?

With the Google phone out, and more smartphones are improving on their products, rumors now are circulating that the iPhone will be releasing it’s 4G in 2010.  But what can we expect from Apple?   Here are some bits of information that I was able to pick up from around the web. According to PC World, most consumers who are using the iPhone 3GS is its camera.  Here is what we are supposed to expect: “A better camera with flash, improved battery life, tethering-capability, and a […]


You blog a lot? | Get the
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You blog a lot? | Get the “Bloggie” camera from Sony!

In a time when even animals have their own blogs it is apparent that there is a wide audience and focus group for companies to churn out new gadgets for. Blogging has really been taken to another level by the masses and pretty much every social networking service is by default and focused on the incorporation of blog entries and material. When pretty much every cell phone has it’s own camera and apps that makes it increasingly easy to upload new stuff to your blog […]


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Pixelcrayons | Setting the Standard for Excellence

I’m a very visual person and I get a lot of inspiration from looking at beautifully designed websites. Since I am not a designer, I often take for granted all the behind the scenes work that has to happen for a website to function properly. To me, it just works. To Pixelcrayons, it is a meticulous process of taking a designers beautiful creation and turning it into the code necessary so the website can display and operate exactly as the designer envisions. They take a […]


 
 
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5 Free File Sharing Sites

Having a big amount of storage to save your file is crucial specially for Freelancers.  A file hosting service, online file storage provider, cyberlocker or online media center is an Internet hosting service specifically designed to host static content, typically large files that are not web pages. Typically they allow web and FTP access. They can be optimized for serving many users (as is implied by the term “hosting”) or be optimized for single-user storage (as is implied by the term “storage”). Related services are […]


Displays of tomorrow are Transparent | Amazing!
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Displays of tomorrow are Transparent | Amazing!

Few people interested in computers and tomorrows technology could have missed the ongoing gadget show CES in Las Vegas. This year more revolutionary devices have been announced than any other year and it seems like we’re just touching the top of the iceberg. Even though most technologies are not ready for the general market just yet they still shows us the awesome technology of tomorrow. Just take a look at this “Avatar” inspired computer display. It’s, for now, attached to a laptop for prototype purposes […]


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Pablo Picasso Like You’ve Never Seen Before

I was first exposed to Picasso’s famous painting, Guernica, when I was attending University and studying art history. As if the story of the Spanish Civil War in 1937 wasn’t sad enough, seeing Picasso’s interpretation is, to me, pain and suffering (which are the essence of war) personified. I had a very emotional and personal reaction the first time I saw this painting. Those images have been very neatly tucked away in the corners of my mind until yesterday when @KarenMcDade sent a tweet that […]


How To: Kill your Cable TV!
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How To: Kill your Cable TV!

CES is just a haven of new and cool things. As usual there are things that pop out more than others and this year we have covered just a few of them. A really cool new thing is the “Pop Box”. It’s pretty much an Apple TV box but with tremendously more stuff incorporated into it. Instead of just being able to watch movies directly downloaded from iTunes Pop Box will enable you to watch movies from NetFlix, photos from Photobucket and also pretty much […]


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