Monthly Archives: November 2011

8 Dangers of Working From Home to Be Aware Of

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Many people think working from home would be idyllic. No more getting up early to make a long commute, no more having to put up with crabby coworkers, no more wardrobe worries. You could make your own hours and have … Continue reading

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10 Things That Einstein Might Have Tweeted

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Twitter’s influence on the way that we speak and share information is undeniable. The 140 character limit encourages brevity, and the use of hashtags to categorize each tweet has become a powerful tool as well. If the Twitter of today … Continue reading

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10 Things That Thomas Edison Might Have Tweeted

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Thomas Edison was something akin to a tech guru in his time, tinkering with available resources in an attempt to improve upon them. In his lifetime, Edison accumulated over 2,000 patents for his inventions. If he’d had access to Twitter … Continue reading

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10 Things That Abraham Lincoln Might Have Tweeted

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A celebrated statesman and powerful speaker, it’s not difficult to imagine the effect that Abraham Lincoln might have had if he were able to instantly reach the masses. Here’s a glimpse of the things that might have appeared in his … Continue reading

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Compare and Contrast: Congress to FaceBook

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This may seem to be a bit of a stretch to be making a comparison between the governing body of the United States and a portion of the social media, but there really is more to it than one might … Continue reading

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10 Things Socarates Might Have Tweeted

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With his name and wisdom still well-known many centuries after his death, Socrates obviously made a large contribution to civilization. If he lived in these days, would he have made use of Twitter to share his philosophical thoughts? If he … Continue reading

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