Monthly Archives: October 2013

How to Build a Better Blog | Social Media Today

See on Scoop.it – Extreme Social An infographic on how to build a better blog. See on socialmediatoday.com Advertisements

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Forget About Being the Best

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What Makes a Presentation Great? Deconstructing an Awe-Inspiring TED Talk

Originally posted on Greatpoetrymhf's Weblog:
See on Scoop.it – FREE HUgZ – sharing of inspiration and miracles Check out what made Simon Sinek’s 2009 TED Talk a memorable one, and what lessons you can learn from the presentation. MARY…

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Today’s Best Cars: Gas, Hybrid, Diesel and Electric

Originally posted on Tech:
Compared to grading tech gadgets, rating cars is notoriously tricky. With a variety of classes (SUV, Sedan, Hatchback, Coupe, Wagon, etc.), subclasses (Compact, Midsize, Full-size, etc.) and driver preferences (performance, safety, appearance, fuel efficiency and so…

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iPad mini with retina display tipped for November 21 release date

Originally posted on Gigaom:
When Apple(s aapl) announced the iPad mini with retina display, it didn’t set a firm release date, stating only that the tablet would become available at some point in November. Now, on the eve of the…

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These are the best horror games you never played — from arcades to old PCs

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Coursera ‘Learning Hubs’ bring a social layer to online education

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Can You Build a Business Today Without Social

See on Scoop.it – Extreme Social When you look at social media as a tool to do what you’re already doing, better, faster, I think it’s pretty clear how important it is in the process of building a business. (Duct … Continue reading

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iPad Air: Apple’s made the best 10-inch tablet ever — again (review roundup)

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A tale of two internets of things: Connectivity will invade your home and office in different ways

Originally posted on Gigaom:
The hype over the internet of things has reached big data levels, as has the idealism. It’s not enough that major corporate conglomerates are predicting savings of trillions of dollars in operating costs from the mix…

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