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The Laptop Atelier and Retreat Center

I am not living in a beautiful woodsy cabin where I can commune with nature. Gentle sea breezes do not waft through my gloriously appointed palm hut with beach access. There are no chef-prepared gourmet meals delivered at predictable hours with linen napkins. Celebratory cocktails served at the...
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Acquired by Tech Giants?

What type of companies does the fastest-growing unicorn in Silicon Valley acquire? Let’s find out. Stripe — the darling of Silicon Valley Stripe helps other companies process payments online. Their focus on being developer-friendly has clearly paid off with their latest private valuation of $36B. Busy with acquisitions...
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15 Human Resource and Recruitment Blogs worth Following

Recruiting and the human resource industry is the fastest growing business nowadays. Additionally, it is also rapidly changing its processes and getting high-tech day by day. In today’s blog, we have listed the best blogs you should follow in 2020 to stay updated with the recruiting industry news....
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Optical finger scanner vs ultrasonic finger scanner

In-display fingerprint scanners have been a trendy way to unlock your phone, where the fingerprint sensor is located under the screen. Its generally possible only in amoled display, but some brands have come through a technology to use those sensons in IPS panel but they are not commercial....
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Free Low-Tech/No-Tech Distance Learning Activity 12-Pack

The pandemic is spreading quickly and it looks like my initial two-week Coronavirus lesson plan isn’t going to be enough. Since my brain’s default is worst-case-scenario mode, I’m now expecting all of our schools to cancel in-person instruction for the rest of the spring semester. Will this actually happen? I...
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Too Much Tech

I realized the other day that between the two of us,  Husband and I have five computers we use on a regular basis. I think that is kind of excessive. We have a desktop computer at home that we both use.  I have a personal laptop that I...
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Smart vs Mechanical

As a huge tech nerd, making the choice between a smartwatch and a mechanical watch should be easy. Turns out that’s not the case. I’ve always loved watches. (Something I picked up from my grandfather.) Small, big, old, new, leather, metal. Doesn’t matter I appreciate it for what...
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Australia media group wants tech giants to pay $400m a year

Sydney (AFP) A leading publisher called Thursday for Google and other tech giants to pay Australian news outlets some US$400 million a year under a mandatory code of conduct ordered by the government. Australia last month announced plans to force Google, Facebook, and other internet firms to share...
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The Pen vs The Internet

The pen is mightier than the sword as said by  Edward Bulwer-Lytton  an English novelist in 1939, in one of his play, Richelieu; Or, the Conspiracy (generally shorten Richelieu) is a statement that has gained historical significance. This proverb means, words are mightier than weapons. In other words, words are...
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