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Behold A Ketchup Fountain: A French Fry Lover’s Dream
Behold A Ketchup Fountain: A French Fry Lover’s Dream

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J.A.E.S.A: Next Generation Artificial Intelligence
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ANTVR: All-In-One Universal Virtual Reality Kit
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Beware of the Adorable Killer Lamp

Have you seen the latest spoof of the Pixar OBB (Opening Billboard)?  Well the video here is a spoof.  Pixar is a very popular animation studio, which is well known for its extremely advanced CGI productions. It has been a partner of Disney for many years and now is owned by the company. The company began life as a division of George Lucas‘ Lucasfilm in the early 1979. It was bought for $10 million in 1986 by Steve Jobs, who is now its chairman and ...


 
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How To: Make a Homemade Lie Detector Test

Did your girlfriend throw away your favorite concert t-shirt from college? Did your boyfriend really go visit a sick friend last Saturday night at 11pm? It’s time to get the answers to these questions and more with this homemade lie detector test. Richard wrote a post here on Bit Rebels called “How To Detect a Lie.” It is one of the most popular posts ever written on this site, so as a follow up, I thought I’d take it one step further and show you ...


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Twitter Intimidation Explained

If you are new on Twitter, I hope this article sheds some light on the relationship building aspect of social media. When I first started on Twitter, I remember being intimidated by people with a lot of followers. I would follow their tweets but I would never introduce myself, thinking that those people would not have time to say hello to me. I would just quietly learn from them but not interact. Now that I have 20,000 followers (which I’m very humbled and grateful for), ...


 
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How To: Curl Your Hair Using Paper Bag

When you have been styling your hair with chemicals and exposing it to frequent blow drying, your hair can actually suffer from damages that won’t help you look your best. Found a tutorial that is quiet simple to follow and the best part of all, you use paper bags, and there is no heat required to achieve the beautiful curl effect. Here is the step by step guide: 1) Start off with damp hair, not wet hair because that will soak the paper leaving it ...


Facebook in Real Life
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Facebook in Real Life

What a wonderful world social networking really is. We can hide behind whatever we want and the ways we connect is just growing by the day. Weird ways to connect just doesn’t seem to affect us at all. For example…Facebook’s “Poke”. What is that about?? I mean, alright you want someones attention and therefor poke them. But would you really do that in reality? Maybe if you knew the person really well but not if you don’t, right? Sometimes it feels like we’re inventing new ...


 
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Twitter Dictionary | 35 Twitter Abbreviations

Do you know how to speak Twitter? It makes sense that with only 140 characters, there would be a need to create some shortcuts, but with all the new abbreviations popping up every day, I think it is becoming more of a dialect. (They are technically called acronyms, not abbreviations) Just the other day someone tweeted me with IMHO in the tweet. What the heck does that mean? How does someone figure that stuff out? I remember it took me a month to learn that ...


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How To | Break Up a Rock Band

Do you Play Rock Band? Rock Band allows up to four players to simulate the performance of popular rock music songs by playing with controllers modeled after musical instruments. Players can play the lead guitar, bass guitar, and drums parts to songs with “instrument controllers”, as well as sing through a USB microphone. Players are scored on their ability to match scrolling musical “notes” while playing instruments, or by their ability to match the singer’s pitch on vocals. Here is a group that went through ...


Social Networking Wars | Have you joined The Battle?
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Social Networking Wars | Have you joined The Battle?

There is a war going on. A war that everyone using social media is a part of yet still don’t know they are participating in. We are all the soldiers and being puppeteered by the lords of social media networking. We have no chance of getting out of it unless we stop using any kind of social media networking service. You decide what side you are on by just being a user and let me tell you, it’s a fierce war. The kind that costs ...


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Just Released! iPhone GPS Goes Social Gaming

I have yet another fabulous guest post author to thank for this great article. He is a wonderful Twitter friend, and we are all thankful that he shared his knowledge with us in this post. Hillel Fuld works as a Content Manager for a Forex Trading portal. In his spare time, Hillel blogs at Tech N’ Marketing and Appboy. He has also written for other leading blogs such as Mashable. You can follow him on Twitter @HilzFuld. Thank you again Hillel! If you have been ...


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MicroBlogging for Entrepreneurs

If Twitter asks “What is Happening? Sprouter asks What are you Working on? Here is a microblogging site for entrepreneurs. Sprouter facilitates networking and collaboration between entrepreneurs globally. Providing a platform for users to connect with other innovators, entrepreneurs can expand their networks as well as discover and join events in their local areas, start discussions and follow topics of relevance to their business. The team at Sprouter happily dishes about new start-ups, great small business resources, must-attend events and of course, upcoming features for ...


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Esquire’s Augmented Reality Issue

Esquire is a men’s magazine, published in the U.S. by the Hearst Corporation. Founded in 1932, it flourished during the Great Depression under the guidance of founder and editor Arnold Gingrich. Esquire magazine has been a canvas for many artists and illustrators like Abner Dean, Santiago Martinez Delgado, George Petty, TY Mahon and John Groth among others. Art directors have included Jean-Paul Goude, Paul Rand, Roger Black and Samuel Antupit; also during the 1960s using the techniques of print advertising, legendary adman George Lois, the ...


The Truth about Facebook | Scared Yet?
 
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The Truth about Facebook | Scared Yet?

It has been an ongoing debate now for over 3 years. What exactly is Facebook and what are they doing behind the scenes that we don’t know about? How are they using the information we so willingly put up on their server without any kind of ownership after we’ve saved our changes and additions? Are they using us for businesses we don’t even know exist or what is the deal? It is quite clear when reading the EULA that something isn’t right. Why do we ...


The Muppets Are Back!
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The Muppets Are Back!

I have to give up some props to Chris Hardwick who is apparently big on the internets. I still don’t know who he is but he does have a really nice website and a top notch logo to represent his @Nerdist brand. You’ve probably seen every website out there jack the video and only the video without giving propers where propers are due. Any who, Chris has some friends in high places or friends that are high in places, not sure yet. The reason I ...


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