“With Graph Search, you can look up anything shared with you on Facebook, and others can find stuff you’ve shared with them, including content set to Public. That means different people see different results.” (https://www.facebook.com/about/graphsearch/privacy) Beta testing amongst a select few thousand users is underway, and you can sign-up for the waiting list here. There will soon be three main …
A friend of mine is smart and has a wry sense of humor. Several years ago after a round of …
Red Bull has brought together some of the leading minds in science to explore new possibilities in human flight, aerospace medicine, and escape systems for high altitudes while promoting its mission and its brand through an integrated marketing campaign.
Technology is sometimes like “a box of chocolates. You never know what you are going to get” (Forrest Gump). Microsoft filed for a patent in March 2011 that was approved this month for an audio control device that silences phones when you whack them.
Check out this Romney vs. Obama musical Mash-up by the three-time Webby Award winners The Gregory Brothers. The Gregory Brothers, the three-time Webby Award winners and creators of the first video to make the Billboard 100 chart, have debuted a new musical mash-up this week in the NY Times.
Maybe, everything in life is a competition for you or you’re a person who can’t stand others making a competition out of everything. The value of competition can be controversial, and the question of whether or not to compete does not always have a simple answer.
It looks like Google Hangouts, might be hanging out for a while. Google Hangouts, a feature of Google Plus, allow you to make free video calls with up to 9 other people, connect from any device, and to go instantly into a video chat from a Gmail conversation.
El Mac, a street artist from Arizona but considered one of Los Angeles’ own, was commissioned to paint the new album cover of No Doubt’s Push and Shove.
Some people get over 300 emails a day that they have to filter through. For these people, if only 1 minute a day were spent on an email, then that would amount to 5 hours of their time. Here are some common sense tips for writing and sending emails that could make everyone’s life a little easier: