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Bitcoin Bowl and the Disruption of Fiat Currency

On the day after Christmas the North Carolina State Wolfpack and the University of Central Florida Knights will square off in the Bitcoin Bowl at Tropicana Field in St. Petersburg, Florida. In several short years few will recall the game itself, especially not those on the Trop's Party Deck. Show More Summary

Is Your Christmas Present Spying On You?

T'was the night after Christmas, when all through the house Every stripe of device with no need of a mouse Sent oodles of data to that Cloud in the Air While their owners slept soundly, with nary a care... When it comes to gifts from...Show More Summary

Say Hello to the World's First Smart Suitcase

Technological advances continue to amaze me on a daily basis. From the latest and greatest apps that help you navigate streets while avoiding traffic and speed traps to the constant evolution of the ways people can connect via the next...Show More Summary

Too Busy to Write Your Annual Family Newsletter? Here's a Better Idea.

A few years ago, I joined a group of engineers at a hack-fest and afterwards, they invited me to join them for a three day start-up accelerator course. The invitation saved me $5,000. The biggest "take away" idea I learned from the course...Show More Summary

Hey Cabbies, Apps Are Cheap!

I threatened in a recent post to write more about how the Sharing Economy and the social sector could, in some fashion, enhance each other. But ever since, the more I've read and thought about it, the more frustrated I've felt that this...Show More Summary

Year-End Roundup: Best Blogs of 2014

Historians may look back and see 2014 as the tipping point when the world started falling apart instead of coming together. Visionary scientists remain enthusiastic that, thanks to converging new technologies from artificial intelligence...Show More Summary

Reading Tim Cook's Mind: Beyond the Watch, What's Apple Planning in 2015?

Do you already like your iPad and MacBook Air? Love your iPhone? If so, you have a whole lot to look forward to from Apple in 2015 -- a year when mobile will become advanced enough to fully replace the desktop experience, and when wearable...Show More Summary

What I Expect to See At CES That Is Different

The annual Consumer Electronics Show (CES) opens in Las Vegas on January 6th,with global electronics manufacturers from Samsung to Sony to LG looking to outdo one another with whispers and snippets of content that will increase our anticipation...Show More Summary

The Social Power of Traveling Photographers

photo by @jerm_cohen Its unusual for 5 photographers to shoot the same subjects and locations- but it's a revolutionary concept in the photo industry thats a win-win for everybody through the power of social media. This past October,...Show More Summary

Keeping a Repair From Ruining a Holiday Gift

As 2015 begins, consumer advocates and financial news outlets are offering a lot of sobering advice to live within your means. I chuckle because that comes after a couple of months where every retailer and television commercial has urged you to buy, buy, buy. Show More Summary

What the Fashion World Can Learn from Dating Apps

By Hayley Reid Casual dating and fashion have more in common than you might expect: they both offer instant gratification, are deeply entwined with visual appeal, and can be extremely hit-or-miss, not to mention the colossal amount of choice. Show More Summary

Six of the Best Tech Gifts for the Woman in Your Life

Still shopping for the holidays? Don't panic, there's still time. We know sometimes it takes a while to find that perfect gift for the woman who has everything. Whether you know her as mom, spouse, daughter or just a friend, here are...Show More Summary

This Night Before Christmas Is Only for Gamers

'Twas the night before Christmas and all through the house. Not a creature was stirring. Not even a -- hold on. Those aren't reindeer we're hearing and definitely not mice. It's Mom, Dad and their offspring playing new games more than...Show More Summary

This Tape will Self-Destruct in 5 Seconds

co-authored by Dr. Stephen Bryen Founder & CTO Ziklag/FortressFone Technologies Blackberry has revealed that it is now helping Boeing build an Android smartphone that will self-destruct. Obviously Boeing, better at building airplanes and missiles than smartphones, needed some help. Show More Summary

Patriotism & History: Lessons from Sony

As I was sorting through all the chatter concerning the "Sony Hack" fiasco, I came across a funny comment from someone lamenting how decades from now their children and their children's children will find a page on James Franco and Seth Rogen in their history book. Show More Summary

Scrooge and a Digital Christmas

Has Scrooge taken over digital shopping? Is the global discount World Wide Web in danger of returning to its save-human-kind roots? Does Amazon have a business model, finally? Maybe... "What surprised me was how many of these deals were bad," said Jacqui Cheng, the editor-in-chief of the product review sites The Wirecutter and The Sweethome. Show More Summary

Signs of Life at Blackberry

Just when many had considered Blackberry dead, it is showing signs of life. The company took a wrong turn when it lost its focus and tried to chase the consumer market that rapidly became the domain of the iPhone and Android platforms. Show More Summary

No More Scrolling, Facebook Search to the Rescue

Your neighbors are throwing their annual over-the-top New Year's Eve party and you want to wow everyone with an award-winning sweet potato soufflé pie recipe you remember reading last year on Facebook. But you can't remember who posted...Show More Summary

Time for Net Neutrality Opponents to Reconsider Their Position

For years, major Internet service providers like AT&T, Comcast and Verizon have told the FCC and Congress that adopting strong Net Neutrality rules would harm investment and prevent companies from building out their broadband networks. This...Show More Summary

China Obliged by Its 'Internet Sovereignty' Policy to Aid U.S. Against North Korea

Last week in The WorldPost we published a piece by China's Internet czar, Lu Wei, who argued for "cyber sovereignty," or "Internet sovereignty." According to this view that China is robustly promoting worldwide, the Internet should operate...Show More Summary

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