Review: Project Management Software

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Review: Project Management Software (via InformationWeek)

InformationWeek A close look at four project management applications reveals they offer an abundance of features and capabilities. There’s a quiet revolution going on in project management software. The monolithic, one-size-fits-all package is out;…

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Holiday Shoppers Are On-Line – You Need To Be There Too

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Holiday Shoppers Are On-Line – You Need To Be There Too (via http://www.socialmediamamma.com)

SOURCE Businesses owners need to be more aware than ever of where to find their customers. More and more shoppers will be using mobile devices to make holiday shopping choices this year. The above infographic was created using information  form a …

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5 Ideas For Blogging When You Have No Ideas

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5 Ideas For Blogging When You Have No Ideas (via http://www.socialmediamamma.com)

SOURCE Blogging Tips Blogging is one of the best ways to drive traffic to your website and get your message out on Social Media. However most of us have had our inspiration well run dry from time to time. Yes Blogging is a great way to generate fresh…

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Celebrities We Want to See Judge ‘American Idol’

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American Idol logo 2008–2011

American Idol logo 2008–2011 (Photo credit: Wikipedia)

Celebrities We Want to See Judge ‘American Idol’ (via ModernLifeBlogs)

Simon was blunt and mean but on point with his assessments. Randy was supportive and honest. Paula was just kind of weird. Together, the three original “American Idol” judges made the show a hit. For six seasons the show ruled the airways with its…

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Meet Rumr: The anonymous messaging app teens will love until it makes them cry

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Meet Rumr: The anonymous messaging app teens will love until it makes them cry (via Pando Daily)

By Michael Carney On November 20, 2013Brace yourselves: There’s a new mobile messaging app about to hit the market that parents, educators, and even law enforcement will hate. The app is called Rumr, and the premise is anonymous messaging, but in…

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Why You Should Spend the Holiday Season in Vegas

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Why You Should Spend the Holiday Season in Vegas (via ModernLifeBlogs)

Food, lights, merrymaking – definitely sounds like the holidays! But it pretty much sounds like Vegas too, right? Las Vegas is a great place to be during the holiday season. Aside from the usual fun, food, and glaring lights, here are some other reasons…

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Here are the lucky VC’s that secretly made money on Twitter’s IPO

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Here are the lucky VC’s that secretly made money on Twitter’s IPO (via Pando Daily)

By Erin Griffith and David Holmes On November 19, 2013Twitter’s investors weren’t the only VC’s cashing in on the company’s IPO. Certainly general partners at Spark Capital, Union Square Ventures, Benchmark Capital and Charles River Ventures…


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Google Announces More Child Porn Blocking Efforts While David Cameron Offers To Throw The GCHQ At The Problem

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Google Announces More Child Porn Blocking Efforts While David Cameron Offers To Throw The GCHQ At The Problem (via Techdirt)

Over the weekend, Google Executive Chairman Eric Schmidt wrote an editorial touting the search engine’s “new” efforts to battle child porn. It appeared in, of all places, the Daily Mail, presumably so the paper could write a self-congratulatory piece…


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Knoxville Startup is Serious About Intern Pay

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Knoxville Startup is Serious About Intern Pay (via Dice News in Tech)

Knoxville, Tenn.-based startup WeScore.com is paying student interns $22 an hour — three times the national minimum wage of $7.25 per hour. The company, which plans to launch in early 2014, is developing a service to evaluate financial instruments…


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Three 20-year old programmers build an Obamacare Web site in just a few days!

Not needed: a multimillion dollar government contract, endless unnecessary meetings, sub par coding, and promises not delivered by the government contractors. What these programmers accomplished was exactly what the people wanted: an easy to use, functional health care Web site.

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