This is a guest post from Jesse Langley. Whether you are a student of traditional schools or online schools, your use of technology grows with the growth of technology. The use of personal computers has made it easier for students to get their work done as well as keep up with the news. Now universities […]

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This is a guest post from Lior Levin. In a day and time where people are often tied down by 10+ tasks and to-dos a day, it can be hard to keep up with it all. I find it hard to believe that any true freelancer, professional or student can live without some type of […]

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By now you have likely heard that Google finally released its long-awaited social offering. First, let’s look at the basics: +Circles – These are private lists, which are needed so that you can share things with a select group of people. Obviously, things you share with your family may not be things you want to […]

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This is a guest post from Dmitry Davydov. Have you ever heard of crowdsourcing? Well, it’s not just a buzz word any more. It’s a working concept that allows online businesses save time and money, while tens of thousands crowdsourcers make a living working from home. If you think of masses, mobs and crowds as […]

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The other day Apple made a bunch of announcements and the technology blogs were in a frenzy. There were some interesting bits of information, though much of the announcements talked about things to be released in the fall. I wanted to focus specifically on the iCloud offering and how it impacts the current market. First, […]

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