Archive for July, 2013


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The sky is blue! Only when it’s not gray. Or purple. Or red. Or orange. The clouds are white! Only when they’re not gray. Or even darker than that. Basically, the clouds and sky can be anything.

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Earlier today, visitors to the Chicago Tribune’s homepage were greeted not with traditional lead story or splash image. Instead, there was an adorable kitty, a placeholder headline, and the word test over and over again.

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The MacBook Air is an incredible laptop for many reasons, none of those being “good for gaming”.

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Facebook’s stock is all the rage these days. After a positive second quarter financial report, Facebook’s value has risen steadily. Recently, the company’s Chief Technology Officer, Michael Schroepfer, cashed in some of his shares.

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For every event space, there is a poor soul (or two) who work tirelessly to create seating arrangements and diagrams for each and every event that comes through that space. This ranges from hotels to conference centers and everything in between.

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The long-awaited Netflix user profiles have made their first appearance, ahead of their expected August debut.

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Groupon launched its Groupon Reserve restaurant table-booking and fine dining discount service earlier this month, and already the company is bringing that service to its mobile apps via an iPhone update that goes live today.

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Grid Grid, an “Excel minus the equations” app that helps you plan and organize more effectively and beautifully, announced today that it has raised a seed round.

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The keyboard was a technological spin on the piano, and in that way really changed the instrument, but the keyboard itself has not really adapted to take advantage of modern tech.

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The Eclipse Foundation is probably best known for its work on the Eclipse IDE, but the project is also home to more than 250 open-source projects that are hosted on the group’s servers.

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