7 Things Pokémon Go Badly Needs In 2017

LONDON — I feel like I should make one thing clear up front: I love Pokémon Go.

Since I first downloaded the game last July, I don’t think a day’s gone by without me opening up the app. That might sound sad to some people — probably the same people who gleefully comment “dead” every single time Niantic tweet — but that doesn’t really bother me. Continue reading

  • Gerald
  • a couple of months ago

Inspirational Thread Proves You Can Still Find Hope On Twitter In Trumps America

A Twitter thread is offering some hope for Muslims and others disheartened in the week since Donald Trump’s immigration and travel ban was signed.

The True American author Anand Giridharadas shared a story Friday in tweet form, prefacing that his 14-tweet thread “will solve none of our large problems but might make you smile.” Some joy is a welcome relief as social media becomes an ever darker place in Trump’s America. Continue reading

  • Gerald
  • a couple of months ago

Drain The Swamp

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  • Gerald
  • a couple of months ago

3 Steps For Cutting The Cable Cord In 2017

Anyone who has ever dealt with a cable company’s customer service department knows that the industry is stuck in 1995 — or perhaps in the ninth circle of… well, you know where.

But it’s 2017. We no longer need to be beholden to cable companies. Continue reading

  • Gerald
  • a couple of months ago

A Forgotten 1986 Novel Predicted A Terrible Trump-like President

An erratic president causes unprecedented chaos in his first two weeks in office. He lashes out at Australia, threatens to invade Mexico, imposes an anti-terrorism travel ban that makes terrorism more likely, and shoots off angry missives at the New York Times when he should be coordinating a military raid from the situation room. 

That’s all Donald Trump. Continue reading

  • Gerald
  • a couple of months ago

Lacking Voting Rights, Snap IPO To Test Fund Governance Talk

In a registration document on Thursday that it will use to pitch shares to investors, Snap Inc outlined an aggressive expansion plan for its social media network in what would be the biggest U.S. tech IPO since Facebook. Continue reading

  • Gerald
  • a couple of months ago

Marketing Strategy – 3 Ways I’m Shaking Things Up in 2017

Shake-Up Marketing Strategy The old adage from Epictetus says: “We have two ears and one mouth so that we can listen twice as much as we speak.

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  • a couple of months ago

Why Intel Is Filling The Skies With Drones

It’s all part of a virtuous cycle, according to Anil Nanduri, vice president in the new technology group and general manager of Intel’s unmanned aerial vehicle (UAV). The world’s biggest chip maker has moved beyond chips to focus on great outdoor experiences for users.

And drones are a good market because they use a lot of technology, including Intel’s RealSense depth cameras, and they produce an enormous amount of data. Continue reading

  • Gerald
  • a couple of months ago

This Guy Made His Own Self-lacing Sneakers Out Of Lego

It was bound to happen.

Who needs to pay $720 for a pair of Nike HyperAdapt 1.0 self-lacing sneakers when you can make your own? That’s exactly what Vimal Patel did. Continue reading

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  • a couple of months ago
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