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Leonard Nimoy Dies – Now Off to That Undiscovered Country

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Sometimes when you hear of a famous person dying, it is like turning another page in your life; however, when I learned of Leonard Nimoy’s passing away, it felt like the closing of an entire book. Read More »

Facebook Messenger Proves It’s Not Going Anywhere

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Facebook is in the messaging game for the long haul. Read More »

Inside The Media’s Absurd Coverage of Deflategate and How the NFL Is to Blame for It

The vilification of the New England Patriots over the weight of a football needs to stop - now. Read More »

Formats, Content and Design: The Future of Web Design

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The web is increasingly focused on simulating naturalistic human experiences in order to seamlessly integrate technology services into daily life. Read More »

Get Your Website Noticed In 2015

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The bottom line is that you don’t need a marketing team or SEO “expert” to understand how search engines treat your content. Read More »

Why is the Beach Covered with Dead Birds?

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When will our long night of global corporate greed and killing finally fade away into the light? Read More »

TV Review: ‘Big Bang Theory’ Delivers an Angry Season Opener

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The season preview of CBS’ Big Bang Theory features a plot line that, while interesting and innovative, may have missed the mark. Read More »

Web Comics Are Coming to America – Will They Succeed?

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American audiences have shorter attention spans than those in Korea, and are much more demanding. They'll need to be exposed to outstanding content from the get-go. Read More »

Headphones Review: BackBeat PRO by Plantronics

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The BackBeat PRO Headphones are worth the cost for the consumer looking to enjoy not only the music, but the experience. Read More »

Texting and Walking – Is It To Die For?

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From what I have witnessed texting and walking is reaching epidemic proportions. You have much more chance of getting hurt by a distracted walker than you have of catching the Ebola virus. Read More »