Site of the Week: Futurism – A Hub for Science and Tech News

Futurism offers a daily curation of the most recent scientific breakthroughs and technological innovations that are published throughout the Internet

Futurism provides a daily curation of the most recent scientific breakthroughs and technological innovations that are published throughout the Internet.

What Do You Know About the Future?

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Site of the Week: Your Voice – Raising Mental Health Awareness

Your Voice - Raising Mental Health Awareness

Your Voice is a nonprofit organization, powered by Whisper, dedicated to raise mental health awareness by showcasing amazing people who are coping on a daily basis.

Mental Health Issues Should NOT Intimidate You!

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Site of the Week: EatWith – The Easiest Way To Eat Out

EatWith - The Easiest Way To Eat Out

EatWith is a new, exciting, and easy way to dine out. EatWith offers an easy way to find a culinary style in your city, and they allow you an unforgettable opportunity to try something new and meet new people.

Dining Out May Be Convenient, But it Isn’t Always the Best Option!

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App of the Week: Charlie – The Ultimate Preparation Tool for Busy Professionals

Charlie searches hundreds of social media applications and websites in order to compile its information.Meetings between professionals always go most smoothly when both parties are familiar with each other. There’s nothing more awkward than having the wrong idea about a company or individual while you’re in a meeting with them. It’s best to be prepared to speak with whomever you’re scheduled to meet with, to know about their job and their accomplishments as well as any other bits of information that can be used as jumping off points for conversation. Before, achieving this level of preparation would have taken painstaking research, too much time spent on websites with too little or too much information. Now, you can just use Charlie.

The ultimate preparation tool for busy professionals

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Site of the Week: WhySearch – The Only Viral Video Hub You’ll Ever Need!

WhySearch offers a curated selection of the web’s best viral videos across a diverse group of categories.

Every viral video is successful for a different reason…

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The Dark Side of the App Store

dogipad1Something great happened on July 10, 2008. The Apple App Store was born. Only six years down the road more than 60 billion apps were downloaded through the platform, making it one of the largest stores in history.

As Apple & Google are about to launch their app stores for the largest untapped screen in our homes, it’s worth pausing for a moment to address its dark side and understand the magnitude of its impact on our lives.

Is Apple the Supreme Court of our digital lives?

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Site of the Week: We The Economy – Economical Issues Made Simple

We The Economy offers 20 short films exploring and explaining economic issues, created by Paul G. Allen’s Vulcan Production and Morgan Spurlock’s Cinelon.

The economy is one of the most important issues facing modern society

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Site of the Week: Flowkey – Learn or Improve Your Piano Skills

Flowkey - Learn or Improve Your Piano Skills

Flowkey offers a comprehensive piano instruction program, designed to help anyone at any experience level learn or improve upon their piano skills.

Everyone Loves the Piano

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App of the Week: Snowball – One Feed to Rule Them All…

Snowball - One Feed to Rule Them All...

Snowball has arrived to organize our clattered digital world by providing us with one feed for all of our massages.

Too Many Communicating Platforms

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Site of the Week: Soulcrafting – Don’t Just Buy It, Craft It!

Soulcrafting connects users with several craftsmen and women that are masters of their respective fields and willing to share their knowledge and expertise.If you’ve ever wanted to make your own jewelry or screen-print your own t-shirt, you probably didn’t know where to start.  You could maybe have found the answers online, but even a helpful, detailed site explaining how to make your creation would have required the purchase of expensive equipment. It would have been time-consuming, and you would have struggled to accomplish the task on your own terms. If you’ve ever wanted to build your own surf board or table, you probably didn’t even waste time searching for instructions. You probably just gave up.

The Sky’s the Limit…

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