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Show Your Work: Demonstrating Progress on Your Projects

I’ve been thinking a lot lately about how actual progress on a project doesn’t always match the impression of progress—sometimes a lot of code has changed but nothing looks very different, while other times a small change in code gives...Show More Summary

VProud is not a solution to online trolling

This 'social network for women' isn't actually that interesting for women.

How To Use openSUSE Factory, The New Rolling-Release Distribution

Linux offers all sorts of distributions which can cater to just about any needs or desires. However, there was one little area where a great distro was lacking: a rolling-release distribution that was easy to set up. I’m not saying that...Show More Summary

Geek Reading October 31, 2014

I have talked about human filters and my plan for digital curation. These items are the fruits of those ideas, the items I deemed worthy from my daily reading. These items are a combination of tech business news, development news and programming tools and techniques. You will note that some of the formatting has changed, and that is […]

Apple software gets worse

I've been having trouble with wifi on my iPad ever since I did the 8.0 upgrade, then the 8.0.1 upgrade. Before that, it worked fine, except I couldn't log on to my Facebook account through the Facebook app, I had to go in through the web. Show More Summary

A Step-by-Step Guide to Creating Robust Content for the Holiday Season

While search marketers make it a point to continuously monitor the performance of their keywords and modify their PPC marketing bids, the process of modifying content marketing to suit seasonal changes is only just catching on.

How to Master The Art of Social SEO by @JCorriganSEO

The idea that social media influences organic search success is still very much up in the air considering the debate between correlation and causation. While some camps stand firmly behind Google’s head of Web Spam Matt Cutts’s strong...Show More Summary

TV's not dead yet

The Internet isn't killing television; it's making it better.

A chat with the dark genius behind @TheRealPSL

Your favorite seasonal Starbucks beverage is killing it on Twitter.

Pure Storage joins forces with OpenStack

OpenStack might still have plenty of detractors who say it’s an over-hyped and immature technology, but the number of backers continues to grow. Yesterday, Flash storage vendor Pure Storage Inc., became the latest company to pledge support for the OpenStack … Continue reading ?

The Life Of An Author According To Reddit

For creative and non-creatives alike, there’s a lot to learn from authors. Contrary to the stereotype, the life of an author is more than just laptops and lattes. There are stories of rags-to-riches as well as riches-to-rags. Some find success, others crash and burn, but there’s always wisdom and advice to be gleaned. Show More Summary

Google Wallet now lets you add recurring bank transfers to top up your Wallet Balance

It’s been a tough week for mobile wallets with major retailers disabling NFC in payment devices in an effort to block systems that rely on it, such as Google Wallet and Apple Pay. Be that as it may, if you … Continue reading ?

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