Archive for January, 2013
Posted by Renee Schmidt

YAY images for iPad is a perfect tool for busy and demanding professionals who need quick access to top quality photos for blogs, online publications or business presentations.

 
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apps vs web page 29 -12-2012

The app vs web page battle rages, yet the future belongs to HTML 5. Not only is HTML 5 mobile friendly, it also helps businesses create better engagement.  

A web browser displays HTML, PHP and other scripting languages on your computer in a way a person can understand so they are not looking at a bunch of code. Back when browsers were still young, they were hardly good enough to display HTML properly. Today’s web browsers are capable of much more than showing simple text and images. Today’s browsers can display and execute complex code (such as HTML 5) and even run applications within the browser (Facebook is a case in point). With the power of HTML 5, modern web browsers are capable of running apps within the browser with no additional support either from hardware or from the compiler. The days of a simple web page are gone; the app vs web battle was over before it had even begun.

 
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The StillShot app turns your favorite moment from any video into a still shot photograph.

If you want to make a photo from a moment in a video, you don’t have to be tech savvy to capture the frame. You don’t even need to know a thing about video editing. With StillShot you can get the perfect shot from your video, available for iPhone and iPad. 

 
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The Slice app makes it easy to manage all of your online purchases. Simply sync your email inbox and Slice pulls information from your e-receipts and organizes it into a single place, so all the information you need is consolidated, automatically updated and easily accessible at any time.

Online shopping makes life easier for consumers, but it also comes with its share of inefficiencies. Ever searched your inbox for an order confirmation or e-receipt, only to find it buried in your spam folder? Perhaps even more frustrating is the frantic search for an elusive tracking number. The Slice app was designed with these inconveniences in mind, so you can keep tabs on everything you’ve bought online without the headache of trying to manually dig through your digital records.

 
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Pluralis: Stop Investing in the Process. Start Paying for Results.
Despite having uncovered the secrets of successful Landing Page traffic optimization, conversion optimization still seems to have everyone stumped. Even when using the wittiest copy and eye-catching graphic design, it is often impossible to determine if a Landing Page will convert traffic to customers.

 
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search-for-somebody-Zopeo-25-12-2012

Zopeo lets you find people quickly and efficiently. Search for somebody using advanced search features from over 800 million profiles.

As we grow elder, our circle of friends grows with and we find it hard to keep track of them. Reaching out to those lost connections is often tough; even though there are ever increasing social networking sites and new means of communication coming online each day.

You can search Google and find just about anything. But finding your lost friends isn’t as easy as you’d think. Zopeo, a search engine to find people, helps you find everyone in your life, from anytime in your life. You can find a lost friend or a family member in a matter of minutes. Zopeo is the perfect tool to search for somebody.

 
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living in computer simulation

A team of scientists from the University of Washington claim to have devised a way to test whether we’re living in a computer simulation. Though fascinating, ‘reality’ is still to pass the test.

Reality is questionable. Zeno, Plato, and many philosophers have held similar opinions centuries ago. But ever since computers became a part of our reality, an increasing number of individuals have argued that life itself may be nothing more than a computer simulation. The idea furthers the concept of phenomenalism. Scientists now believe that they can test the simulation hypothesis to see if we’re actually living in a computer simulation.

 
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world leaders on twitter 07-01-2013

Twitter has become so immensely popular that world leaders on Twitter account for 75% of them globally. It’s no wonder Twitter is on its way to IPO.

In 2011 the world came to truly understand the revolutionary impact of social media. As a result of the movement in Middle East, images were distributed through Twitter, Facebook and other mainstream social media networks, which served as a catalyst to an already disturbed situation. There was no denying the unrest; so much so that social scientists and media experts credited social media for rallying people together around a cause: peace.

 
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The FamilyLeaf app is a new, intimate social network, allowing you to keep it all in the Family.  Setup family ‘branches’ and truly (and openly) share your life with those you trust and love the most. 

The 21st century has quickly become the century of social media and social networking. People of all ages are now constantly connected, from any and everywhere. Whether it’s using a computer, phone, iPad or tablet, even television, people use social media networks to share their lives with one another. But who are we really sharing with?

 
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To find a complete set information on an individual, one source is never enough. Now there’s the Summer browser extension; it ‘sums’ up what you’re looking for, right from your sidebar.

Ever find yourself wondering about the people you read of in articles around the Web? By the time you’ve found the answers to all your questions, the browser is a mess of open tabs. Who is this person, what is their history, job title, social network posts? To find a complete set information on an individual, one source is never enough. What’s more, most online readers have short attention spans, which means their questions go largely unanswered for the sake of time.

 
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