Author Archive for: ‘Billy Thomas’

Super Bowl Social Media Buzz

The recent Super Bowl was the most watched television program in history accumulating over 111 million viewers for the big game. With so much media attention, it’s a given that the Twitter-verse and Facebook would ignite with opinions, emotions, posts, tweets and everything in between. Recent data confirms that this is true, in fact, the info shows a 60 percent …

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eBay Contrasts: Infographic

Popular buying/selling/auction site eBay recently released an infographic detailing the contrasts between those who have and haven’t used the site. The information and the details are pretty surprising to read. According to eBay’s blog, the site used what is referred to as “hunch” data to accumulate and form this graphic. According to Hunch.com, Hunch is a “Taste Graph” developed in …

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Smartphone Apps That Can Shrink Your Wallet

Convenience is the host and we are the parasites that feed from it. With the growing technology of today’s world, mobile apps have emerged to the forefront of society giving us the ability to access, learn and do things faster, sometimes, than the actual internet. With everything from a T-pain autotune app to apps with which you can create your …

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Google Search Reveals Killer Hiding In Plain Sight

Trust is a hard thing earn and give and that’s just a thing one woman could not give to her sister’s new beau who was, in her suspicion, a little different, weird if you will. She went home to google her hometown; what she found chilled her blood and confirmed her suspicion. A photo appeared on the screen, a photo …

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Facebook Features No Women on Its Board

Facebook features more than 800 million users, most of which are female, but it seems it’s female dominated network isn’t represented in its board of directors. The board is comprised of seven white men. Face to face, Facebook is dwarfed by other companies similar, who all have at least one female board member; LinkedIn and Google are among these companies. …

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Three Years and Facebook Deleted Photos Still Online

Facebook came forward friday, admitting that your old “deleted” pictures and other content is still online; they say the content “did not always delete images from content delivery networks in a reasonable period of time even though they were immediately removed from the site”. Facebook says they’re working on an updated system that speeds up the process for deleting old …

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Where Is The Universe?

Have you ever asked yourself “Where am I?” “What am I?” “Who am I?”; Have you ever just stopped to ask “where is the universe?” As Robert Lanza, M.D. of Wake Forest has a very interesting article, where he explains that as children we are taught that the universe is divided into 2 entities; ourselves and everything outside us. The …

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New Next Generation Spacesuits: Skintight And Tech Abundant

Space is a dangerous place with its airless vacuum personality, extreme unsurvivable cold, ionizing radiation and warp speed micro-meteoroids. However, less well known are the dangers of over-exposure to zero-g conditions. Over time, zero-g conditions can severely zap the strength of an astronaut. Aerospace engineer and senior member of the technical staff at The Charles Draper Laboratory’s Human Centered Engineering …

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Record Label Decca Searches For Singer With World’s Lowest Voice

Women love a man with a deep voice; women love a man that can sing. So, whomever possesses the ability to sing the world’s lowest note should be a total chick magnet, right? Record label Decca has begun their search for the person that can sing the world’s lowest bass notes. The search will stretch across the globe spanning from …

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Facebook Timeline Users Are Unhappy: Infographic

Whether you love the new Timeline or despise its very creation, you’re getting it, like it or not. Recently SodaHead.com surveyed its users and the results are predominately not in favor for the Timeline. SodaHead.com is the world’s largest opinion based community and its recent survey found that 70 percent of those responding to the poll were not in favor …

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Taiwanese Corpse Among Gamers At Internet Cafe

If you’re gaming hardcore for a few hours you can feel dead tired afterwards. Well, apparently one guy really was dead tired after his game session, but I’m placing more emphasis on the dead part rather than tired. While playing video games, a Taiwanese man died of cardiac arrest due to low temperatures. It was reported that the man checked …

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Groundhog’s Day: Twitter Reacts

So we see the shadow 6 more weeks of winter, we don’t see the shadow Spring’s around the corner. Thanks, groundhog, you’re totally reliable. If you actually believe Phil the groundhog can predict weather, go to The WeatherChannel.com and learn how weather works. He’s just an animal, but apparently hundreds of people still want to gather together at Gobblers Knob …

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