This guest article was written by Charles Watson
While the United States is dealing with an opioid crisis, there’s another creeping issue that is being overlooked: phone addiction. No civilization before the internet has had such easy access to a wealth of information. But there’s an ugly side — when the first iPhone was introduced into the market in 2007,
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This guest article was written by Maricela Potoc
You might have a demanding job, kids and a house to take care of, and a body you can’t ignore. So for most of us, lengthy shopping sessions aren’t realistic — but if you could change that, you so would!
This is why I was happy when I discovered the first fashion app which allowed me to
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This guest article was written by Gail Gardner
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Social media influencers are busy and, apart from notable exceptions like Gary Vaynerchuk, many don’t do everything on Twitter manually. We use tools to automate some of what we do while not neglecting personal interactions. Tools make it possible for us to spend more time interacting.
Keeping your account active is the first thing to understand when you engage Twitter influencers. We use tools to unfollow dormant accounts. If you don’t tweet at least once a month you will start losing influential followers. Even if you are certain you always tweet more than that, emergencies happen. Better to be safe – especially when it is so easy.
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I’m happy my guest, Kalen Smith, decided to share his research and thoughts on SSO today. Thank you!
Guest author: Kalen Smith
As internet technology evolves, users are becoming more and more impatient.
Many people are turned off even by the negligible amount of time it takes to access different accounts. Developers have recognized this need and responded by creating single sign-on tools (SSO). SSO is available for many different types of applications, but is probably most commonly used with social media accounts.
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Geosports brings people who want to play sports together, on the go
Computer programmers Simon Chevalier and Vincent Martel have joined forces to turn virtual networking into real world fun. The two became frustrated by the times that they wanted to play sports but couldn’t find enough people who wanted to play at the same time.
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