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Wow! There’s a lot of TV to watch. In fact, 409 scripted TV series were released in 2015, a record even in the midst of the “golden age” of television.

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Image Credit: SoloNews Apple’s announcement for the new iPhone 7 came with a number of changes, including scrapping the physical home button, the return of the 3G-esque glossy finish, waterproofing, and

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Kevlar is the main component of bulletproof vests, which protect millions of soldiers and law enforcement officers around the world. But it also has other uses — in airplanes, cables, firefighters’ boots, cut-resistant gloves, and even cell phones. Believe it or not, it was first intended as

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Once one of the most-used social media websites on the planet, Twitter has been falling into an era of decline at an alarming rate. Millennials, the most active and up-to-date users of social media on the daily, are no longer using

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It seems strange that an app which hit the markets with almost no advertising campaign whatsoever would have something to teach us about marketing. Nevertheless, the extreme viral success of Pokemon Go demonstrates that

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When you read “technical specs”, you’re picturing the bullet points on a plastic clip tag at Best Buy, right? You might not think your product or service offering has any technical specs. But from a value proposition point of view, we’re really just talking about the most basic W’s of what you’re selling. What is it? What does it do? How will buying it help me solve my problem?

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The Olympics are a Big Deal. Right? Well, maybe not as much as before. All I know is that the young people here in the office don’t seem to be that excited for the Olympic Games, many of them didn’t even know when there were starting (or thought that they had already started weeks ago). […]

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In all honesty, I’m not really one for Facebook or Smartphone games. I don’t “get” Farmville, and I’ve seen (but never tried) my kids play Angry Birds, and that’s generally the extent of my first-hand, game-app knowledge. Except when it comes to one game: Words With Friends.

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