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LoopPay: An Apple Pay Alternative with More Options

When Apple first introduced Apple Pay earlier this year, it immediately raised the awareness and acceptance of NFC-enabled, contactless payment services to new heights. In just a few short months, Apple Pay has managed to become theShow More Summary

9 more secrets we learned from the Sony hack

If you’ve been living under a rock for the past month or so, there’s something you need to know: Sony Pictures Entertainment was hacked. Just about everyone with an Internet connection or a TV is aware of the Sony hack — we even know...Show More Summary

Leaked Sony IT Evaluations: "There Is No Overall Strategy"

6 days agoTechnology / Gadgets : Gizmodo

We already knew that, mere months before hackers attacked Sony, the company's execs were aware of extensive issues plaguing its IT department. Now, leaked 2012 evaluations from Sony IT employees shed light on a department full of internal strife, lacking the necessary tools to do its job. Read more...

Public’s Big New Focus on Race Relations

The protests over Ferguson and the death of Eric Garner have worked. The public’s awareness and concerns about police practices, racial relations and the racial disparity in arrests has increased dramatically over the past month. It is not seen as one of the top problems face the country. From Gallup: Increased public concern about an [...]

Our Extraordinary Year As March of Dimes Ambassador Family

Prematurity Awareness Month, which is recognized each November, is a very special time for me and my family. My son Aidan was born in 2007, 11 weeks too soon. He spent his first Prematurity Awareness month in a hospital neonatal intensive care unit. Show More Summary

City Announces New Bike/Pedestrian Access Option Around Trinity Triangle

From the Decatur Minute… As many are aware, bike and pedestrian access along the PATH trail along E. Howard has been rerouted for the last couple of months due to construction at the Trinity Triangle site.  At this time, the City of Decatur is pleased to announce that bike and pedestrian access will be restored […]

‘A Very Angry Bears Fan Christmas’ is a Must Watch (Video)

If you watched last night’s loss to the New Orleans Saints, or any other Chicago Bears game over the past two months, you’re probably well aware of the pain and suffering that has plagued the Monsters of the Midway and their fans this season. I could begin to tell you about some of their troubles, […]

NFL's Breast Cancer Fight Is Way More Than Pink Uniforms

Post by Jeanne Sager On every NFL game on every channel, it seems, there's someone sporting pink. Pink gloves. Pink cleats. It's all for Breast Cancer Awareness Month, of course, but it's more than that. It's part of a league-wide push to make the women who make up nearly half of professional football's fan base feel appreciated. Show More Summary

'Fractured' Penises Need an Awareness Campaign

Post by Lindsay Mannering If October is Breast Cancer Awareness month, do you think November should be dedicated to Penis Fracture Awareness? Because apparently it's happening and no one is really talking about it. Tens of men breakShow More Summary

Jennifer Aniston Begins Breast Cancer Awareness Month With a New Career (VIDEO)

Post by Maressa Brown Jennifer Aniston will never be known only as "that TV actress who played Rachel on Friends," thanks to the various roles she's taken on, especially in recent years. She's done big screen dramas, produced, been a...Show More Summary

The Best Ways to Support Those With Breast Cancer

Post by Jeanne Sager Breast Cancer Awareness Month is as good a time as any to remember that in a world where one in eight women will be diagnosed with breast cancer during their life, it's safe to say you'll know one of these ladies one day. Show More Summary

4 Surprising Facts All Women Should Know About Breast Cancer

Post by Maressa Brown Every October, or Breast Cancer Awareness Month as it's known, the little pink ribbons come out in droves. We get inundated with info about BSEs (breast self-exams), annual mammos, and all the latest technology out there for breast cancer prevention. Show More Summary

Flash Mob Shuts Down Town to Help Mom Beat Breast Cancer (VIDEO)

Post by Jeanne Sager Breast Cancer Awareness Month has always seemed like one of those bittersweet sort of celebrations. We're trying to raise awareness about a serious disease. But all too often that means getting so caught up in the...Show More Summary

6 Biggest Breast Cancer Myths Debunked

Post by Maressa Brown Breast Cancer Awareness Month definitely opens our eyes to all the different ways women are preventing, coping with, and treating the disease. But that doesn't mean that plenty of urban legends, exaggerations, and...Show More Summary

A Stunningly Simple Path to Creative Business Presentations

A few months ago, I became aware of a mobile app called Haiku Deck that allows you to create impressive slide presentations right from your mobile device. Last week Slideshare announced a partnership with Haiku Deck so you can create beautiful slides simply and easily and publish right to Slideshare. Show More Summary

A Man Tried To Wax, Shock And Burn His Mustache Off. Here's How That Went.

Perhaps you raised awareness of men's health issues by growing a mustache for "Movember," but now you feel your facial hair is so last month. If shaving it the ordinary way won't cut it, YouTube funnyman Mehdi Sadaghdar has a few ideas -- NONE OF WHICH you should attempt. Show More Summary

A New Honor Business Traveler of the Year

3 weeks agoTechnology : VoIPWatch

For the past month or so I've been aware of what became news today. I've been named "Business Traveler of the Year" by Business Travel USA Magazine. The honor, which I share with traveling Navy Wife, Heather Wilson, is just that. An honor. Show More Summary

Around the Diabetes Blogosphere: November 2014 Edition

November is coming to a close, and it’s time take a step back and appreciate all that’s been shared during this National Diabetes Awareness Month. So many posts from the diabetes blogging community, so many advocacy efforts — it’s tough… The post Around the Diabetes Blogosphere: November 2014 Edition appeared first on DiabetesMine: the all things diabetes blog.

Five Tips For Managing Eczema

Did you know that November is Eczema Awareness Month? Yes I know, November is almost over. But about three million people in Canada are living with this common skin condition, every day, not just in November. What is eczema? The Eczema...Show More Summary

Utah Anchors Parody Taylor Swift Song for Movember

KUTV‘s Heidi Hatch, Chase Thomason, Chris Miller and Brooke Graham performed a parody of Taylor Swift’s “Shake It Off”  for Movember, that month where guys don’t shave to bring awareness to men’s health. The Salt Lake City CBS affiliate...Show More Summary

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