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Nick Offerman updates 'Twas the Night Before Christmas' on 'The Tonight Show'

“Some kids were sleeping and dreaming of sugar plums and other random sht.”

Top 10 Important Things You Probably Didn’t Know About Social Media

Editor’s note: This post was written by Isabel Williams, who works at With a background in new business technologies, Isabel is a passionate blogger and experienced educator who writes and lectures about leveraging the potential of the World Wide Web for business development. Show More Summary

The Open Bay: Now Anyone Can Run A Pirate Bay ‘Copy’

The team have decided to give an early Christmas present to Pirate Bay fans. They've launched "The Open Bay," an initiative that allows anyone to put a 'copy' of The Pirate Bay online, minimal technical knowledge required. Source: TorrentFreak, for the latest info on copyright, file-sharing and anonymous VPN services.

Why #BlackLivesMatter is nothing like the ALS ice bucket challenge

It's unfair to compare a nationwide social movement for lasting change to a charity stunt.

Flash storage to be cheaper than disk by 2016, Wikibon predicts

The price of flash storage has already dropped below that of high-speed disk while providing order-of-magnitude higher performance, and it’s on a trajectory to become a lower cost media than disk for almost all storage in 2016, writes Wikibon CTO … Continue reading ?

4 SEO Answers Your Development Team Needs in 2015

As we move into 2015 we have a responsibility as SEOs to positively shape the outcome of any Web development project we’re a part of. That means providing answers to questions posed by stakeholders and the developers about the current state of search.

Subscribe to Windows 10? Microsoft Evaluates Alternative Payment Models For Their Products

September saw our first real experience of the upcoming Windows 10 operating system from industry giant Microsoft. There was fanfare and pomp, raised expectations for the ubiquitous software producers, and the rumor that Windows 10 might be offered as a free upgrade for Windows users. Show More Summary

Blizzard teases gold-for-game-time for World of Warcraft

Blizzard Entertainment is considering allowing players to buy game time tokens with real money to sell to other players for gold, the in-game currency in World of Warcraft. “We’re exploring the possibility of giving players a way to buy tradable game-time … Continue reading ?

Skytap lands another $35 million for enterprise DevOps platform

Skytap Inc. has landed $35 million in funding from a diverse group of investors to double down on the growing interest in its cloud platform, which takes a new approach to fostering collaboration among operations and engineering professionals. The Seattle-based startup … Continue reading ?

Google reportedly working on ‘Android M’, aims to connect cars directly to the Internet

In June Google Inc. announced Android Auto at Google I/O, starting the search giant’s big move into automobiles. Android Auto is not an embedded operating system; rather it provides a software layer that allows drivers to control their smartphones via … Continue reading ?

Volvo connected safety technology aims to prevent car/ cyclist accidents

Volvo Personvagnar AB, in collaboration with sports gear maker POC Sweden AB and Telefonaktiebolaget L. M. Ericsson have announced a new connected safety technology that connects drivers and cyclists. The technology, to be formally unveiled at CES Las Vegas in January … Continue reading ?

Apple is hiring: London team to expand Apple Pay into Europe

Apple Inc. is gearing up to take Apple Pay global. Apple has advertised a job aimed at forming a new Apple Pay team in London in order to help expand the service across Europe, the Middle East, India, and Africa … Continue reading ?

Top 5 Ways You Are Spied On Every Day And Don’t Know It

You walk into the supermarket, and the camera on the ceiling sends your face to the corporate mainframe for facial recognition analysis. You log into Facebook, and a key logger on your computer emails your password to a covert security building inside of Beijing. Show More Summary

How to Make Your Content Shine Online with John Boitnott #MarketingNerds Podcast by @johnrampton

In the latest Marketing Nerds Podcast, I had the chance to sit down with John Boitnott. We discussed the latest changes in content, as well as  how to really make your content shine online. Mr. Boitnott has been in the content space for 15+ years as a reporter for large companies as well as a blogger for Inc, Entrepreneur, and VentureBeat. Show More Summary

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