If you’re like me, buying a car is only the first step in owning a car. While the salesman is ranting on about this feature and that benefit (I know, I know, it’s his job) I’m looking around planning the custom work I’m going to do. There are rims and window tinting, and of course a good sealant (see http://www.cenano.net/automotive-application/ for my favorite). But what’s the first and most important change that I – and many, many others like me – will make when we drive our new ride off the lot?
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The next time you receive a text or read a tweet, think about how often you do the same. Someone could be on the toilet and checking your Facebook status while you’re checking out his! Turns out, we’re all taking our mobile devices to the bathroom more and more, for a multitude of reasons including making work-related calls.
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- Apple is Hyping Tomorrow’s iPhone Event With a Countdown
- CGI footage of people falling and not getting up makes me laugh so hard
- BlackBerry Bold 9900, 9930 Will Run BlackBerry OS 7
It’s pretty rare for a sports car to bring mainstream excitement the way that the 2014 Chevrolet Corvette C7 Stingray has brought to the automotive world this year. As Digital Trends puts it, it’s “The ‘Vette Chevy should have built a decade ago.”
In an age dominated by touch screens, handheld all-in-one devices that can do everything from locate a restaurant, make a reservation, call a cab to take you there, and provide suggestions on what to wear while inviting an elite group of friends to come and join you, an age where the cellular phone is actually the digital phone, there are still those items that make everyone’s inner Luddite breathe a little sigh of relief, objects that still hold some resemblance to familiar objects of our past, even if they serve a new purpose in the digital age.
People who are just out of college often rent a cheap apartment once they land a full-time job. The cost of the apartment may be affordable, but don’t let cheapness take over the inside. You may be hesitant to have people over if you have a terrible looking apartment. Many cheap apartments are often small to fit one person. However, there are creative ways to make areas in a cheap apartment look less terrible.
Mobile devices, high-performance computing, and the speed of social networking have placed the power of information directly into people’s hands. Knowledge that was once specialized can now be found through various online resources. Many legal documents are catalogued for free through online library systems. State and federal government websites give citizens up-to-date information on current statutes and regulations. In this new era of data, lawyers must keep their performance top-notch to provide aid and response to client concerns. Here are four ways lawyers are challenged by current technologies.
1. Know thy customer