Your ego should never be bigger than your social interaction! #SocialMedia #SmallBusiness By kavalonthatsme 06 March 2014 01:14:00 UTC
People feel when you connect with them on Social Media – that you are there just to hear all about them in a sense you are – but you are also hoping for interaction – its only human and we are human.
Then these same…
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If you’re not careful, you could do irreparable harm to your baby’s hearing. That’s the conclusion of a study published today by the official journal of the American Academy of Pediatrics. Researchers at the University of Toronto evaluated 14 popular machines that emit ocean sounds, heartbeats and other ambient noise to help send infants off to slumberland. Image: Homedics At full volume, these infant sleep machines produced between 69 and 93 decibels of sound approximately one foot from the child’s ears — somewhere between the sound of a vacuum cleaner and a passing subway train, according to guidelines published by the American Speech Language Hearing Association.
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#Business Card Now you can go stand in the corner and set a new Tetris high score on your business card. Portland-based technical designer Kevin Bates has created a computerized business card with a small display screen and gaming controls that can, among other feats, let you play the classic Nintendo game Tetris, like a mini Game Boy. A preassembled card will cost $50. The business card comes with a small programmable screen, which can display your resumé and a QR code for interested parties to download your contact information. Watch Bates play Tetris in the YouTube video below: The Kickstarter campaign will be launching in the coming months, and you can get more information about the Arduboy at Bates’ website here.
There’s someone missing from that star-studded selfie that Ellen DeGeneres engineered at the Oscars last night: you. If you want to see yourself with Bradley Cooper, Meryl Streep, Kevin Spacey and a bunch of other well-dressed famous people, now you can. Via Business Insider, a feature from the social networking site Urturn lets you insert a photo of yourself into the famous selfie taken during Sunday’s Oscars broadcast. You can either take a photo with your webcam, select a photo from one of your social media accounts, or choose a picture from your computer, and then, voilà, you’re at the Academy Awards with Frank Underwood and friends. You’ll have to sign up with your Twitter, Facebook or email account in order to use the app. Just go to this website, sign up and then follow the onscreen instructions to see what you would have looked like at the Oscars. Watch your hands, Brad Pitt! Notably, the original selfie here broke a Twitter record last night, becoming the most retweeted tweet of all time, besting a Barack Obama tweet from election night 2012.
By Jacob Siegel, BGR/Yahoo Tech As we await the official announcement of Microsoft’s next update to its mobile operating system, rumored to be named Windows Phone 8.1, leaks of said update continue to surface. The latest: a video of what looks to be a working version of Windows Phone’s own Siri-like voice assistant, Cortana (named after the AI from the Halo video games). The video leak comes one day after The Verge posted some screenshots of the digital assistant. Once you’re logged in, Cortana will quickly “absorb the entire Internet” before asking you what you’d like to be called.
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