If you weren’t aware, apps are huge. Most small businesses are using them to some extent, even if they don’t realize it. We stay connected through our mobile devices, of course, but there are literally thousands of other ways that apps are helping small businesses grow and be manageable.
There are forces at work in science that often amaze us with their polarizations and the oxymorons that are created. They aren’t necessarily contradictions, but rather conforming aspects within the apparent opposites.
Such is the case with making fire from ice. It’s simple, really, but cool nonetheless. Continue reading Making Fire… with Ice
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The hordes of people who love Apple practically invented the concept of Fanboyism. As such, it makes sense that there is so much being discussed about Steve Jobs’ resignation. This does, however, take a little too far… and we love it! Continue reading CNET’s Nerdy Video Tribute to Steve Jobs
The focus over the last two decades on companies doing their part to be “green” or eco-friendly has made many businesses change their ways in order to appease their customers. Is it real? Are they truly doing their part to make the world better for the future or are they slapping a recycling sticker on their products and calling it a day?
Most first-world inhabitants take showers every day. We often take for granted access to running hot water and soap.
Sometimes, when we’re out in the world working or playing, we get dirty. It’s not like other modern amenities like phones or internet that we have access to at all times…
…or is it?