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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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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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For 2013, the city announces NYC taxi app will be approved for use.  That means no more waiving and hailing out in the cold; order your taxi using your smartphone!  You can even pay using your mobile device!

There’s an app for that. Let’s face it, there’s an app for everything. Well, almost everything. Until lately, New Yorkers have had to put aside their app-dependency when engaging in the tradition of taxi-hailing. In a world where a click solves it all, those wanting a cab had no other options than the tried and true “arm-out” to get where they needed to go.

 
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android-keyboard-apps-26-12-2012

Change your typing experience with these Keyboard Apps for Android.

If you’re using an Android smartphone or tablet, you may want to maximize the experience. Apart from exploring the device’s powerful features and different apps that maximize hardware capabilities, you may want to consider replacing its native keyboard as well. Put simply, if you use your Android phone to write emails, chat with friends, or to write an occasional blog post, you definitely ought to look at some of the alternate keyboard apps for Android. Since the keyboard is basically just an app, you can easily install a new one from the Play store to replace the one you’ve got. Here are some of the best keyboard apps for Android and why you should check them out.

 
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image editing apps 12-30-2012

There are tons of image editing apps in the app market but which ones are good? If you’re looking to edit images on the go, try this apps list.   

The cell phone camera has become more than a complimentary camera; today with enhanced megapixel quality, it’s ‘the’ camera.  Although digital cameras largely obsolete, most of us don’t want to post pictures straightaway. Usually there is some editing needed, e.g for adding text, adding effects, or removing blemishes, red eye and more. Even if you’ve taken a perfect photo, sometimes improving contrast or changing the picture to grey scale can give it that added touch. Having a few image editing apps installed on your phone will help you do it all  –on the go!

Picking an app from the app market can mean spending many hours on painstaking research. Don’t waste your time, or your money. Just check out the features in this list and pick the app that addresses your needs!

 
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Revamp your image with a new hairstyle from the Tresemme Style Studio digital platform. Your locks (and looks) will never be the same.

The quest to find contentment and excitement with our tresses is one that escapes few. Even Hillary Clinton once said, “I’m undaunted in my quest to amuse myself by constantly changing my hair.” If you find yourself obsessed with your own crowning glory, know that you are not alone and that one site is committed to helping you achieve chameleon-like status.

 
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Gift suggestion takes the guesswork out of finding the perfect present. The Gift Professor algorithms and social psychology reinvents our approach to standard shopping.

A gift that’s as easy as a gift card but much more personal and unique. Sounds too good to be true?  If an app or website could promise you that, you’d make short work of that gift-buying list. GiftProfessor.com, a web- and app-based shopping tool, can help you experience Zen-like shopping satisfaction. OK, maybe not quite Zen-like, but it sure feels good to have a couple more people on your list checked off –all in one online stop!

 
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MediSafe, an app for medication, helps patients take their medicine on time, even alerting them about prescription refills. The app goes a step further to loop in the patient’s family and friends, to improve the patient’s overall health and wellness.

It’s fact that an American dies every 19 minutes because they missed their medication or took it incorrectly. That’s an alarming statistic!

 
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What if the real YOU could be recognized through an archetype? What if that archetype could help you to better understand why you’re attracted towards a particular person or why you want to buy from certain brands. Wouldn’t understanding yourself in that way improve your life dramatically? If you’re indecisive, wouldn’t it be so much easier if you could find out about products, services, publications, and music that’s perfectly suited to your personality type?

 
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