Monthly Archives: January 2012

10 Interesting Ways U.S. Troops Have Used the Internet

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It stands to reason that a communications and information tool as powerful as the internet would be employed in numerous inventive ways by our nation’s military. Today we’ll look at some of those applications. Here are 10 interesting ways that … Continue reading

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10 Reasons I Don’t Want to Look at My Work Email

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Being awarded an official email address is one of the things a fresh-faced new hire gets excited about. There’s something very grown-up and important-sounding about having an email address that ends in a company name, rather than the free account … Continue reading

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10 Companies SOPA Could Destroy and Why

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One of 2011’s most hotly contested political issues, the Stop Online Piracy Act, has spilled over into 2012. The language and far-reaching implications of the bill have caused high-profile workers within the entertainment industry to publicly oppose it; even supporters … Continue reading

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10 Awesome Sites About Old School Cartoons

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With the advent of Pixar and other computer generated animation studios, the art of ink-and-paper animation is quickly becoming a relic. For generations of kids, however, these cartoons were a Saturday morning ritual that couldn’t be skipped. Each decade came … Continue reading

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10 Things Tom Sawyer Would Have Tweeted

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Mark Twain’s character Tom Sawyer was set in the pre-civil war era when technology was virtually non-existent. People lived without electricity, running water, automobiles or telephones. Instead of watching television or playing video games, children needed to find ways to … Continue reading

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10 Things George Washington Would Have Tweeted

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The idea of George Washington using Twitter is a bit ludicrous. Such technology could have greatly altered the events of American history. However, let’s imagine the father of our country had the ability to Tweet into the future. Perhaps we … Continue reading

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10 Things Christopher Columbus Would Have Tweeted

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Christopher Columbus was born into a respectable, middle-class family in Genoa, Italy in 1451. His search for a route to Asia led to the accidental discovery of the Americas; though he wasn’t the first European to make landfall on the … Continue reading

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