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8 Family-Friendly Holiday Craft Tutorials on YouTube

1. Christmas Crafts for Kids This video is great for young children. Former elementary school teacher Cherie Donohue gives a quick lesson on making handprint reindeer Christmas cards and tissue paper wreaths. Click here to view this gallery. It’s December, which means colder weather. Plus, the holidays are just around the bend. If the kids

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McDonald’s Releases First TV Ad With Twitter Hashtag

McDonald’s is testing the waters for a Twitter hashtag campaign again with its first TV ad directing users to join the conversation on Twitter. The effort, which began Monday, supports the brand’s Pro Bowl tie-in. For 20 days this month, McDonald’s will drop one ticket a day to the Pro Bowl in Hawaii in a

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3D Printing and the Rise of the Makers

The edge of technology is when it enables you to do something that you couldn’t do before. It’s one thing to put your imagination down onto a piece of paper, or into a computer program, but what if you could hold it in your hands? This is the vision of 3D printing. Digital designs can

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Personalising the Online Marketing Experience

Published on October 24th, 2012 by admin in Analytics

According to a recent Digital Intelligence Briefing, in association with Econsultancy, we found that the ability to personalise the web experience is becoming a fundamental requirement, with 52% agreeing that it is critical to their online strategy. Making sure that you create and deliver experiences that are relevant, unique and convenient will help to build

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Mobile Now Taking Fans Out to The Ballgame

Published on October 11th, 2012 by admin in Mobile

Mobile devices and eTickets are dramatically impacting the way in which baseball fans embrace their beloved sport. The traditional ticket stub accounted for less than a third of single-game seats sold this past season, MarketWatch reports Tuesday. That’s down from 55% in 2011, “as fans continue to embrace digital tickets delivered by email or text

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Try This Brain Bending Origami Trick [VIDEO]

Published on October 2nd, 2012 by admin in Social Media

Did you ever make fortune tellers or create origami animals? If so, you should give your paper folding skills a challenge by making a Hexaflexagon. A hexaflexagon is a geometric figure that can be folded in different ways to create what seems like a logic-defying amount of sides. SEE ALSO: Learn the Surprising Reason Why

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Startup Marketplace Connects Fashion Brands With Boutiques

  Name: Joor Quick Pitch: An online marketplace that connects fashion buyers with brands. Genius Idea: Joor makes wholesale buying more like shopping at your favorite online store. As a senior buyer for Ann Taylor, Mona Bijoor’s job involved many back-to-back showroom appointments, spreadsheets and even a fair bit of paper and glue. “My husband would

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Samsung May Slap Lawsuit on Apple Following iPhone 5 Launch

Published on September 12th, 2012 by admin in Mobile

On Wednesday, Apple is expected to officially unveil the new iPhone 5. But Apple may get more than just an excited fan base for the new product. Apple may find itself battling another lawsuit from Samsung. On Tuesday, word came that Samsung is allegedly planning to sue Apple in response to the iPhone 5′s use

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The FBI Finally Abandons Paper, Goes All-Digital

Published on August 7th, 2012 by admin in Social Media

The Federal Bureau of Investigation’s agents have finally made the leap into the future, upgrading from paper files to a digital case management system at a cost of more than $600 million. Sentinel, the agency’s all-digital system, features a web browser-style user interface that allows agents to enter and review information about cases or suspects.

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Amtrak Gets on Board With E-Tickets

Published on July 31st, 2012 by admin in Social Media

Amtrak is rolling out its new eTicket program, which will let passengers board trains nationwide without a paper ticket. Until now, the only way to ride the rails was with a paper ticket that you had to hand to the conductor. Though you could look up schedules and make reservations online, that often meant wasting

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