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Twitter Profile Picture Or Not? - 10 Times More Followers Awaiting
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Twitter Profile Picture Or Not? – 10 Times More Followers Awaiting

I expect you think you know the answer to this quite important question. There is a growing number of Twitter accounts being created each day and many people ask themselves and others if a profile picture is important at all or if they should leave it out. Some people are apparently under the assumption that without it they can pack up way more followers then they would if they actually put their front grill on their account. This can be a tricky question to some ...


The iPhone - If Bill Gates Had Created It
 
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The iPhone – If Bill Gates Had Created It

It’s one of the most notorious battles ever fought. It’s a battle that has spanned decades, and it is still not settled as it’s hard to estimate what winning this “game” really means. Bill Gates and Steve Jobs were the titans that were fit to star in the newly released “Clash Of The Titans” and their battle changed the world forever. There were no rules, no pardons or mercies, no kindness at the end of a deal… just simply a matter of winning or losing. ...


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Human or Robot? Can You Tell The Difference?

After watching Terminator and Total Recall, we all knew this was coming. It really is no surprise. This article is about yet another completely creepy invention from Japan; however, this time, it’s creepy in a cool advanced technology and science kind of way. Do you remember Hiroshi Ishiguro? He’s the Japanese roboticist who became famous back in 2006 for building an “evil” robot twin of himself? You can read that original story here. This time he’s outdone himself. Now he built a woman, named Geminoid ...


Nintendo 3DS - Secret Images Of The Future Of Gaming?
 
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Nintendo 3DS – Secret Images Of The Future Of Gaming?

There has been plenty of speculation about the new Nintendo DS and what it might feature, so much so that some people are prepared to put it right up there with the iPad anticipation. While that might be overestimating it’s value a little, I am sure it’s not far from the truth. Some sources have speculated that it will be 3D enabled and that we will be able to view it without glasses. While there is a technology that can produce 3D content without the ...


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A Twitterholic’s First 3 Days on Facebook – Lessons Learned

I consider myself to be a Twitterholic. Except for on holidays when I’m not working, I’m on Twitter every single day for hours. If I’m on my computer, I’m on Twitter. They go hand in hand in my day. I follow a lot of people, and I have a lot of followers on Twitter. I consider myself to be a pretty experienced tweeter. However, up until three days ago, I had zero experience on Facebook. Since my best friend on Twitter, @mistygirlph, has been telling ...


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Are We Wasting Our Time on Twitter?

When I started my journey on Twitter, people in my real life thought it was strange. I remember having a conversation with someone who actually thought I was wasting time on Twitter. Of course, I just shrugged my shoulders and continued on tweeting. People not on Twitter would always question those of us who were really into it. They seem to understand the fact that we spend time on FaceBook, but not Twitter, but I feel it is almost the same.  We are in both ...


Nano Art - Insane Pencil Tip Carvings
 
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Nano Art – Insane Pencil Tip Carvings

Art is something that most people can appreciate if the art itself is presented in the right forum. As with everything, there is a kind of art that is rather narrow and is appreciated by a few, however increasingly fanatic, art collectors and experts. It is the kind of art that speaks to the masses just because it’s insanely executed or is speaking to people from a different direction than that particular art usually comes from. Everyone that thinks they have a mammoth amount of ...


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Retro Record Cover Art – Visual Inspiration

I remember having a couple record albums when I was very young, but for the most part, it is the generation behind me that will remember the creativity and artwork of those beautiful big album covers. Now they’ve become collector’s items and can be found mostly in hobby shops and specialty stores. I was happy when I found this artwork below because it brings back those memories and nostalgic feelings from the old days, back when people would look forward to seeing what an artist ...


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5 Ways To Give Back To Your Twitter Friends

Twitter is growing fast and for those new on Twitter, there are a lot of things that go on. It’s not just about sharing links on relevant information, but also engaging and conversing with each other 140 characters at a time. Over time, you will also notice that your followers will grow and your friendships will also deepen. Building relationships on Twitter is the fun part when you get involved in this social networking platform. Imagine even if you just spend 20 minutes or less ...


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The Boardroom Table Made From Over 22,000 Legos!

I sit in a lot of meetings. I’m in a boardroom somewhere in Atlanta at least a few times each week. Boardroom tables are typically so boring. Just thinking about sitting at a dark brown mahogany table with water glasses stacked neatly in the middle makes me sleepy. When I saw a tweet from my dear friend @terrinakamura this week featuring this Lego table below, I instantly knew I had to get the deets and share it with you. This table is incredible. I would ...


Tea Calendar - The Basic Living By Tea
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Tea Calendar – The Basic Living By Tea

Few could have missed that I, me, moi am a heavy (which is an understatement) drinker of tea. I probably consume about 2 litres of tea each day if not more. I have dozens and dozens of teas at home and at the office that give me the choice to have whatever flavor I might be in the mood for. I like all the different tastes, but sometimes it’s hard to choose which one I want, the choosing itself bugs me at times. Tea, for ...


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12 Beautiful Portraits and Dark Art

I am not a photographer, I only have a simple digital camera that I bring with me all the time to take photographs that catch my attention, although I know a lot of good photographers that I admire tremendously. To me, photographers are people who have an eye for capturing beauty and immortalizing it, giving any subject new life or a different way for us to look at it. Dark photographs are my favorite, not only in the true sense because of the lighting, but ...


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Barbie Revenge – The Most Creative Use of Barbie’s Body Parts

When I was at Target the other day, I noticed that now there are two types of Barbies on the shelves: Ones with boob jobs and ones without. I couldn’t believe it. I just stood there staring at those Barbie dolls with a swirling mix of emotions. I thought everything from “Dang it, now you have an even better body” to “I’m glad I have a son, because having a daughter these days must be tough.” I came home and tweeted about my experience and ...


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