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The Progress Bar and the Power of Mental Projection

I remember the first time I tried to download an audio clip online. Netzero dial-up Internet, constant interruptions by telemarketers, and I had to use the clip my college professor had provided. I had procrastination down to a science, but this was gonna bite me in the rear. It was almost awesome. The audio clip […]


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Accessory Allows iPhone to Be Used as Audio Ultrasound

CONGRATULATIONS to our very own Seth Rowoldt who was just blessed with Number Four! He claims it is their last, but I have just the tool to encourage him to break that promise. This cool tool is another iPhone accessory that allows expectant parents the ability to listen to their precious munchkins in the womb. It’s […]


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Would You Get a Connected Toothbrush?

Oral-B is heading to market with an interactive electronic toothbrush that interacts with smart devices via Bluetooth 4.0 and an app available for iOS and Android. The brush should be available in June 2014. Say what you want… you know you want one! Look at this thing: Can’t see the video in your RSS reader or […]



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Manchester United Uses Google Hangouts to Be Awesome

Manchester United is one of the most popular teams in the world’s most popular sport. So is Liverpool. Their local fanbases would probably make that of the Seattle Seahawks look relatively calm in comparison (which isn’t necessarily a bad thing). A game featuring the Red Devils taking on the Reds — yes, at Old Trafford — […]



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How Secure Are Your Passwords? [Part 4,645,978]

Remember the silly passwords web security pundits have been worrying about for years? The ones people have finally abandoned? Yeah, let’s talk about that. “Password” is no longer the most popular password. According to industry heavyweight SplashData, it’s the second most popular password, having been bumped by the 6-digit ironclad option of “123456″ in the […]



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Pre-Teen Builds Braille Printer with LEGOs

LEGOs make EVERYTHING better. Well, except when they are left on the floor in a dark room when I’m walking barefoot. A California seventh grader, Shubham Banerjee, used a LEGO Mindstorms EV3 set to create a prototype printer that uses traditional calculator paper to generate braille text! What makes this concept so valuable are the potential cost […]



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DHL’s Sneaky Marketing Strategy

In this day and age, we get to see different types of guerrilla and trojan marketing strategy. In an increasingly cynical world, it it hard to get any type of marketing that has a lasting impact, so companies looking to gain an edge will push the envelope. This interesting endeavor purportedly shows DHL using competitor […]



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A Look Back: My Apps Then and Now

While going through a container of old devices, I ran into my old love: my Palm Tungsten T5. This stylus-equipped slab PDA was a beast; it hearkened back to a time I haughtily believed that PDAs and cell phones could never be combined correctly. It was an upgrade to my beloved m500, and rocked a […]



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100-Year-Old Diary Converted to Twitter Feed

With all the, uh, interesting Twitter feeds out there – and yes, I admit to enjoying Church Curmudgeon a bit too much – it sometimes becomes a job just to weed the overly narcissistic  stuff out. Here is a new feed I do find fascinating. London writer Rob McGibbon acquired the century-old diary of Olive […]



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Airline Greets with Google Glass, Are Church Ushers Next?

I just found my dream job. Don’t judge me. Virgin Atlantic is getting in on the wearable sector, and doing it in an ostensibly productive way. At Heathrow Airport, VA, staffers are using a trial combination of Google Glass and Sony Smartwatch 2 to help check in customers, as well as to provide them with […]



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Church Diocese Issues Twitter Guidelines

I bet if Roger Goodell could have one wish right now, I bet it would be to have Twitter disappear. And there several CEOs that I think would willingly give up teeth to the Tooth Fairy to see it happen as well. Twitter is the double-edged sword that keeps on giving. Hilarity and cringe-worthy expressions […]



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Making Technology Life Resolutions

The first month of the year is almost over. The time is perfect. New Year Resolutions are so last year. They’re almost always inspired by peer pressure and made in moments of regrettable levity, and they usually end up having a shelf life of a fortnight. Yes, there are some people who see resolutions through, and […]



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