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A Dad's Hysterical Attempt at Decoding Hashtags

Explaining "what you do" to your parents is not exactly easy when you work in social media. I know, I know -- Facebook is now considered "your mom's social media outlet," but even if she does have a profile (which mine does not), she still likely thinks all a social media manager does is play around on Facebook and Twitter all day. Show More Summary

Unplug to Recharge the Innovator in You: The Story of Pickathon

Twenty minutes outside of Portland, Oregon, lies Pendarvis Farm -- a pristine mix of meadows and Douglas Fir with miles of hiking trails and views of Mt. Hood. Sometimes our most disruptive experiences have nothing to do with our use of technology. Show More Summary

Make Information Security a Priority

Just about everyone has private information that should be protected. Let’s begin with something you’ve surely heard of: antivirus protection. But this isn’t enough to guard your personal data. A free antivirus service may not even update automatically, and this is very important to keep up with rapidly evolving technology. Show More Summary

Going Inside Call of Duty's Advanced Warfare

It has been an awesome second season of Hardwired and I'm back for one last bonus episode! In this bonus episode of Hardwired 2.0, I got to travel to the set of one of my favorite video games ever - CALL OF DUTY! As you all probablyShow More Summary

Strategic Higher Education CIOs Invest In Technology To Improve Student Success

Today's college students are mobile. Whether in class, relaxing in their living group, exercising in the gym, studying in the library, shopping in town, traveling to sporting events, or even sleeping in their dorms, they are always connected. Show More Summary

Freedom's Martyr: The Story of Aaron Swartz

Every person should fight for what they believe in. Some are forced to, some are called to, and some do it because it is inherently the right thing to do. Aaron Swartz is a hero. Aaron changed the course of information freedom. Had SOPA...Show More Summary

6 Questions a Tech Grad Asks When Choosing That First Job

This month I'm posting questions from Baylor University 2014 Finance/Entrepreneur Major, Brice McKee who is considering technology consulting jobs and wants to make the best short and long-term decision. He is a technology and a business graduate fielding interviews from industry giants, startups, and large system integrators. Show More Summary

Facebook's High School Reunion Problem

I like Facebook. Oh, it gets a bad rap sometimes. And it's easy to criticize. Sure, it's a bit of a distraction from the important things in life. But without Facebook, how else would I get constant invitations to play Candy Crush? Also,...Show More Summary

Can Technology Disrupt the Boardroom?

As baby boomers retire, the boardroom is ripe for a makeover and its composition is likely to change meaningfully over the coming years. This opens up opportunities for tech companies to disrupt board recruiting, an opaque process currently driven by insiders. Show More Summary

Tweeting My Way Through Narcolepsy: Social Media & Chronic Illness

Blood tests, urine tests, skin tests. CBC, MRI, EEG. Needle in my back, electrodes in my hair, speculum in my you-know-where. After spending the majority of the past year undergoing extensive medical testing, I wanted my doctor to find something wrong with me. Show More Summary

Inspiring Girls to Be Tech Entrepreneurs

Inside a conference room on the 36 th floor of Rockefeller Center, a group of 17 high school girls are animatedly talking about their startup plans. One team is plotting Tek Truk, a vehicle loaded with computers, chargers and other devices, that would cater to students or people in parks in need of an electronic fix. Show More Summary

3 Things We Can Learn From the Twitter Purge

Recently, The Purge: Anarchy was released in theaters. The sequel to The Purge, The Purge: Anarchy is based on the idea that for 24 hours, there is no law. No restrictions; no consequences; no limits. Somehow, our generation managedShow More Summary

Thinking With Bach

AOL is a company full of great talent and great brands. From our content sites such as Huffington Post, TechCrunch, and Engadget, to the AOL advertising platforms group, to our AOL Membership business, we have passionate and dedicated engineers building the platforms and services AOL needs to succeed. Show More Summary

The Challenge of Shared Data and Apps in a BYOD Environment

The concept of bring your own device (BYOD) may have started with students and employees simply using their own phone at work or school, but it rapidly evolved to include personal email, data storage, and BYO technology (BYOT). A blog...Show More Summary

Swipe Right to Your Dream Job

Searching for the right job is just as difficult as searching for a date -- if not more so. Tinder was created for the dating world to allow users to easily swipe left or right on the profiles of potential matches. But would findingShow More Summary

Autism Parents Build Virtual Birdhouse for Others

Dani Gillman was a single mom in Metro Detroit with an autistic daughter, Brodie, who ran a popular blog detailing her daughter's challenges and successes as a way to help other parents of autistic children. Using a pencil and paper,...Show More Summary

The Truth Behind My Travel Photos

Over the past year, I went tango dancing in Buenos Aires, wine-tasting in Santiago, caving in Easter Island, waterfall chasing in Japan, rickshaw riding through Delhi, clubbing in Uruguay, ice climbing in Patagonia, bushwalking along...Show More Summary

Facebook Security for Parents and Teens

Facebook offers a hefty amount of security measures that parents and teens should know about. The Login Social authentication. A hacker will have a harder time hacking into your Facebook account if he or she must identify your friends via photos. Show More Summary

No Security: HOPE X Is (Not So) Decadent and Depraved -- Day 3

Day 3 of my filming diary at HOPE X. You can read Day 1 here and Day 2 here. 10:45am- arrived at HOPE X for day 3. I ingested 2 cups of coffee, 1 Lexapro, 2 levocetirizine, 1 vicodin and one apple. Certain enthusiasms seem to have waned at the conference. Show More Summary

Can Amazon Profit from Porn?

AMAZON!!!! Say it ain't so!!!! "Amazon's Ambitious Bets Pile Up, and its Losses Swell"-- The New York Times Why do we think that in the digital world innovation comes at a profit loss? And why do we ascribe digital brilliance to every...Show More Summary

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