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Emma Watsons The Circle Is So Busy Railing Against Technology, It Forgets To Be A Movie

There’s rich material to be mined from the premise of The Circle, a new thriller set in the offices of a tech giant that’s like Google, Facebook, and Apple all rolled into one. 

Unfortunately, the film has neither the patience nor the insight to dig very deeply at all. Instead, it blows the whole concept to rubble and pats itself on the back for having the insight to drop such truth bombs. Continue reading

PIN’s: The Future Of Private Link Building

What I’m going to reveal in this blog post is a strategy that will likely weed out a certain section of the ViperChill audience. In other words, I’m fully aware that this blog post will make a particular type of person unsubscribe from ViperChill and likely never return. It’s certainly not going to end up on the homepage of Inbound. Continue reading

AR/VR Weekly: These Are The Voyages Of The Starship Virtual Reality

Next month, Ubisoft will release Star Trek: Bridge Crew, a VR experience from its Red Storm studio. It puts you and three others in command of a starship’s bridge, manning stations as you take on several situations. You may be rescuing stranded spacefarers. Continue reading

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How To Make Money Online In 2016: An Unexpected Approach

Updated: August 10th 2016 As we enter the first week of a brand new year, your motivations are probably higher than ever to make 2016 the year to finally achieve all you’ve been dreaming of. Whether you’re starting a brand new foray into making money online or you’re hoping to take your current income to the next level, today’s guide is guaranteed to put you on the path to success.

That kind of stuff hasn’t worked for you before. Continue reading

The State Of Link Building 2016: What I Learned Manually Analysing 1,000 Search Results

Do private blog network’s still work? Does a higher word-count help your pages rank better? Did Glen really spend 60 hours on this article? I hope to answer all of these questions and many more in my new behind the scenes report on the current state of link building.

I can clarify I did spend more than 60 hours of work on this article, yet the sad part for me is that most of that time can be summarized in a simple bar chart. The rest of the time was spent coming up with a good headline but I clearly failed at that, so let’s see if I did any better with the chart. Continue reading

I Can Confirm Googles Massive Street View Camera Backpack Is Heavy AF

What do you get when you put an almost 4-foot high backpack on someone that’s barely 5’2″? 

A lot of screaming, balancing and wobbling. 

So it wasn’t the most graceful when I tried on Google’s Street View Trekker, one of several pieces of equipment the company uses to capture its Street View imagery.

The 3’9″ foot high (1. Continue reading

Amazon Wants To See Into Your Bedroom, And That Should Worry You

You’re in your bedroom, about to do something private. 

First, make sure you shut the door, close the blinds, oh, and remember to turn off your newly purchased Amazon Echo Look. 

A video camera peering into a bedroom is typically associated with the opening of a horror flick, not the latest cheery announcement from your friendly $300 billion mega corporation. Continue reading

Freejam Games’ Development Strategy Turns Players Into Robot Builders

A few years ago, Mark Simmons was toiling away at game-development jobs at a work-for-hire contract studio. He enjoyed that he was working with friends, but he wasn’t excited by the restrictions imposed by such a situation: tight budgets, tough time schedules, and, most of all, that he was working on other people’s games.

On the side, he started working on a prototype that centered on the ability for players to contribute to the project via user-generated content (UGC). Continue reading

Halo Smart Labs’ Superior Proprietary Design Receives Unique Approval By California

Halo Smart Labs, a technology company specializing in developing life-safety smart home products, announced final approval from the state of California of its Halo™ and Halo+™ Smart Smoke Alarms with optional weather alert. The California State Fire Marshall’s approval included the creation of a new category of alarms recognizing Halo’s alarm as the first device incorporating both ionization and photoelectric smoke sensors and a carbon monoxide sensor.

The California tests and evaluation included analysis of required product performance and reliability features. Continue reading

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