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11 Digital Estate Issues That May Sneak Up On You

We don’t mean to alarm you. Okay, maybe a little bit. You see, when it comes to your estate planning, it’s important to keep proactive and understand what needs to be done legally to keep your estate how you want it to be kept. This means understanding all of the issues – and working with lawyers who understand them even more than you do. In the digital age, staying on top of the issues ca ...

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7 Reasons Every Business Should Have A Mobile App

No matter what type of business you have - large or small - it only makes sense that you should want to reach out to new and potential customers in every possible way, right? These days, most people find products and services they are interested in on the Internet . . . and most people who access the Internet do so via their mobile phones. Therefore, if you are not marketing to people through their mobile d ...

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Olympic-sized Opportunity

When the Olympics come around, every kind of emotion gets sparked. Patriotism, excitement, nervousness and anticipation are all emotions felt, and not just by the athletes. The opening ceremony for the 2012 summer games doesn’t take place until July 27th, but you might have noticed the abundance of Olympic pride on media outlets all over the United States. These digital bursts of patriotism are gearin ...

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Zoo Management 101

Zoos are large and complex organizations that must manage large numbers of workers, outside vendors and visitors at all times. A large municipal or state zoo may have literally tens of thousands of individuals present on the property at any given time, and this can pose major management challenges. Tracking and Controlling Employee and Vendor Access Controlling zoo access is vital for the security and safet ...

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Crowdfunding: What It Is, And How It Can Affect Your Business

Crowdfunding is a new way for any business to either begin operations or expand an existing company. In essence, the definition of crowdfunding is a mass of people who agree that a project's success is worth betting on, and then who each donate a small amount of money to that project. Together, those small amounts can represent a significant financial boost for a company needing to complete a project. A Non ...

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Three Sci-Fi Inspired Medical Breakthroughs

As part of Arthur C. Clarke’s three laws of prediction: ‘Any sufficiently advanced technology is indistinguishable from magic’: if this is the case, we are living in magical times indeed! If you have ever marvelled at the fictional medical technology portrayed in a TV series such as ‘Star Trek’ or in a block-busting movie such as ‘The Abyss’, you may be surprised to ...

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Web News – Microsoft’s New Surface Tablet – Feedback After Its Launch

On June 18th, 2012, Microsoft held an event, in which it was believed that Microsoft will launch its ‘super-special’ product. The ideas and perspectives were right, when a new and innovative tablet, known as ‘surface’ was launched. Surface is believed to be a series of Microsoft tablets. In the event, there were two different types of Surface tablets that were launched: •  ...

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Researchers Trial ‘Time Cloaking’

Ever since Harry Potter, scientists researching the ability to cloak objects from sight have found themselves getting more and more attention from the public eye. One thing we hadn’t thought of though, is the ability to cloak events themselves. Well, researchers at Cornell University are one step ahead of us, as a team from their school of Applied and Engineering Physics demonstrate a way to not only ...

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The Macintosh Classic Review

Since the original Macintosh was released, Mac has had many commercial successes, and some of their computers came out to quite mixed reviews. Once of these with a reception that wasn’t completely warm was the somewhat short lived Macintosh Classic. This personal computer was released by April in October 1990. The price The Macintosh Classic was the first time a Mac sold for less than $1,000, but ther ...

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Mars Curiosity’s “Sky Crane” Lander

Sky Crane is NASA's descent module from the Mars Science Laboratory that will land a roving robot, Curiosity, on the Martian surface. It will lower Curiosity on a tether and the robot is supposed to land upright with its wheels ready to move. This operation is scheduled for August 16. Robotic Graveyard Scientists on Earth have been sending probes and robots to Mars since the 1960s. The failure rate of these ...

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