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Been looking for a replacement for your boring iPad case?  Look no further!

Carry your iPad in style with Diane Von Furstenberg’s Harper connect leather day bag.

 
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Concur is a cloud based technology for receipts scanning and organizaing that makes life a bit more simple!

In technology, a lot of the time, success will be based on an individual’s or a company’s ability to recognize the wide applicability of a very basic overarching concept. The less complex and complicated the idea, the more probability there is that it can be executed exquisitely.  More often than not, this simplistic approach will find itself harnessing existent pieces of software, programming code and technology but the key is in using these gifts in order to come up with something creative and moreover; useful.

By first identifying some sort of lack, gap, inefficiency or opportunity for improvement in the surrounding society; the “cure”, so to speak, for this deficiency will come to fruition much more naturally and wholesomely.

Concur

Concur is the archetype of this business model.

 
Posted by Renee Schmidt

Margie Warrell (@margiewarrell) is one of my role models. Why?  Becaue she thinks bigger to be bigger!

For those of you who’ve never heard of Margie, there’s a lot to tell, so I’ll focus and hone in on the essentials:

  • Australian woman
  • Bestselling author
  • Media personality
  • Engaging and empowering speaker
 
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Something funny to lighten up your Monday.  Enjoy 🙂

 
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This “Link Round Up” is going to be different!

Sure, we’ll kick it off with a picture of an adorable animal, like we always do, but this time SheBytes pays tribute to a wide array of blogs that we read, draw inspiration from and consistently turn to in hours of procrastination.

They’ve made us smile, cry, think and wonder, and have inspired us to change our lives…

 
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There are many benefits to Cloud Computing! What are they? Our 6-part series of Bytes have covered them all: SaaS, PaaS, and IaaS.  To recap the series, SaaS (Software as a Service) delivers a complete application as a service, PaaS (Platform  as a Service) delivers a platform on which to develop an application, and IaaS (Infrastructure  as a Service) is application independent and delivers a computing infrastructure as a fully-outsourced service. 

 
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A ‘how to’ become a biker girl story. I bought a Kawasaki Ninja beginners bike; how the trials of dating led me to it, and why this motorcycle woman inspires authenticity.

A Foreign Encounter

Last November I began dating a man; let’s call him ‘Don.’ Being quite the charmer, when Don offered me a motorcycle ride around Manhattan during our second date, I –a woman that had never desired to get on a bike—excitedly said, “ok!” Motorcycles had, up until that point, been pretty terrifying. But I guess oxytocin will make you do crazy things (more on that in another post), and so lo and behold, one Saturday in late November, I took a ride around Manhattan on the back of a Red Ducati. As it turned out, it was one of the most lyrical days of my life.

 
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We technology bloggers are a non-political, fun-loving and warm bunch of folk.  That’s why I have so much love in my heart for you!  We like sticking together and helping each other along on our respective journeys through the blogosphere. 

 
Posted by Jesse Braunstein

Ever heard of a shape-shifting battery?  We’ve all been in a situation where we desperately needed a battery…We rummage through the cabinets and find batteries of numerous sizes but the one we need is never there.

Well a new shape shifting battery design promises to solve this problem for good!

 
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Michael Arrington of TechCrunch is “CRUNCHED” by Arianna Huffington and AOL. 

Let’s face it; the last time you logged onto your AOL account was sometime around 1998… and anytime you hear the acronym AOL (short for America Online), the first thought that pops into your head is that classic mailbox alert; “You’ve Got Mail!” that used to make you feel like you had a life.  So why all of the AOL news all of a sudden?!

I was on FOX News Live earlier today with Kimberly Guilfoyle explaining the TechCrunch-AOL, baby momma drama. Check out the clip:

 
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