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Uber Driver Allegedly Fractured His Passenger's Skull With A Hammer

26-year-old Patrick Karajah, of Pacifica, Calif., pleaded not guilty Thursday in San Francisco Superior Court to felony charges of assault with a deadly weapon and battery with serious bodily injury, said district attorney spokesman Alex Bastian.

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Hands on: ProCamera 8 overhaul boosts DSLR style-shooter with third-party HDR and more - The Next Web

With varying degrees of success, iOS app makers have sought to emulate high-end DSLR functionality into the iPhone’s 8-megapixel camera. Many advanced photo apps work well, but some complex interfaces can leave users shaking their heads in confusion because of a steep learning curve. And don’t bother trying to shoot quickly as a hummingbird flits into view.

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'Rob Ford the Musical' Review: Sympathetic But Muddled Portrayal of Toronto Mayor

Overall, however, the musical falls flat. Ford is portrayed as a misunderstood man who is ignorant and unconfident, but has good intentions. Meanwhile, the media and police are presented as one-dimensional villains, and at one point even conspire to take Ford down by giving him crack. This may be a sympathetic portrayal of the mayor, but it lacks a critical eye. In reality, Ford was largely the author of his own misfortune.

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Chelsea Clinton Gives Birth: It's a Girl!

is a leading source for news, information and resources for the Connected Generation. Mashable reports on the importance of digital innovation and how it empowers and inspires people around the world. Mashable's record 34 million unique visitors worldwide and 15 million social media followers are one of the most influential and engaged online communities. Founded in 2005, Mashable is headquartered in New York City with an office in San Francisco.

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Teardown reveals iPhone 6 and iPhone 6 Plus have two accelerometers for improved user experience

iPhone 6 and iPhone 6 Plus could be the most sensor-laden smartphones that Apple has ever released, based on a new teardown that reveals two accelerometers found inside both devices. According to Chipworks, the iPhone 6 and iPhone 6 Plus have a three-axis Bosch BMA280 accelerometer and what the company believes is a MPU-6700 six-axis accelerometer from InvenSense.

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Anthony Bourdain Has Become The Future Of Cable News, And He Couldn't Care Less

CNN Worldwide president Jeff Zucker's office, on the fifth floor of the Time Warner Center in New York, is an unexpectedly modest rectangle adjacent to the airy newsroom, with only a bank of TV screens mounted on one wall suggesting that this man runs the world's most recognizable TV-news operation. When Zucker took over CNN in January 2013, nobody knew how he was planning to remake the network--including Bourdain, whose show was in production but hadn't yet aired. Zucker might have killed it right then, but instead he gave it a prime Sunday-night time slot and a major marketing push. "Tony is an incredibly strong storyteller--he tells stories through food and travel and a little alcohol mixed in," says Zucker. "Really, that's what CNN should be about. I learned as much about Israel and the Palestinians from Tony's hour on Jerusalem as I did from any reporting that I've seen."

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Tomb mystery captivates Greece

In early August, a team of Greek archaeologists led by Katerina Peristeri unearthed what officials say is the largest burial site ever to be discovered in the country. The mound is in ancient Amphipolis, a major city of the Macedonian kingdom, 100km (62 miles) east of Thessaloniki, Greece's second city.

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Ello is coming.

Every post you share, every friend you make and every link you follow is tracked, recorded and converted into data. Advertisers buy your data so they can show you more ads. You are the product that’s bought and sold.

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The 12 Worst 'Shark Tank' Pitches Of All Time

In anticipation of the sixth season's two-hour premiere on Friday, we take a look at some of the biggest duds in the history of the hit pitch show.

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Apple Just Broke Its Silence On Bendgate

Our iPhones are designed, engineered and manufactured to be both beautiful and sturdy. iPhone 6 and iPhone 6 Plus feature a precision engineered unibody enclosure constructed from machining a custom grade of 6000 series anodized aluminum, which is tempered for extra strength. They also feature stainless steel and titanium inserts to reinforce high stress locations and use the strongest glass in the smartphone industry. We chose these high-quality materials and construction very carefully for their strength and durability. We also perform rigorous tests throughout the entire development cycle including 3-point bending, pressure point cycling, sit, torsion, and user studies. iPhone 6 and iPhone 6 Plus meet or exceed all of our high quality standards to endure everyday, real life use.

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Scientists make quantum leap, teleport data from light to matter - CNET

Quantum teleportation, though not the kind of "beam me up" transportation we imagine, is the moving of quantum data -- meaning classical bits are off the table for now -- from one location to another without having to travel the distance between them. That means speeds and the receiving of data aren't necessarily held down by the constraints of space and time. In that sense, it's easier to think of this kind of teleporting not as we do in science fiction, but as an exchange of information that you know, ahead of the transfer, is either A or B.

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Ello, Ello? New ‘No Ads’ Social Network Ello Is Blowing Up Right Now | TechCrunch

In March a new social network launched promising the opposite business model to Facebook, i.e. not selling ads based on user data and instead relying on, perhaps, paid premium features to keep going. Ello then sunk without a trace until, in the last 24-48 hours or so, activity on the site completely blew up. And this is a pretty basic social network with the bare minimum of features. Why? A combination of factors.

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Microsoft Wireless Display Adapter Preview - CNET

Microsoft is emphasizing the utility of the Wireless Display Adapter with its own Surface tablet, and in a hands-on demo session, we were able to easily connect from a Surface Pro 3 to a big-screen television to both mirror and extend our display.

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The WIRED iPhone 6 Plus Review: Too Big to Fail, But Not to Bend | WIRED

Like a lot of people, I have a bent iPhone 6 Plus. It’s almost imperceptible, but it’s there: a slight warp right at the buttons on the side. Put the phone screen down on a table, and it wobbles. I haven’t purposefully bent it and I don’t recall sitting on it (but I probably have). So why is this one bending? I have a theory: It might have something to do with it being both very thin and very big and made of aluminum. The Samsung Galaxy Note3 is big, but it’s also 4 mm thicker than the iPhone 6 Plus and doesn’t have an aluminum back that, when bent, stays bent. You don’t hear about big Android phones bending because they are either too thick, or made out of plastic. That’s my theory, anyway.

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After Long Delays, Radical Nanopore Sequencer Finally in Labs | MIT Technology Review

Early versions of the instrument, called the MinION, have been reaching scientific labs over the past few months after long delays (see “ 10 Breakthrough Technologies 2012: Nanopore Sequencing ”). It’s built by a U.K. company, Oxford Nanopore, that has raised $292 million and spent 10 years developing Deamer’s idea into a DNA sequencer unlike any other now available. It is four inches long and gets its power from a USB port on a computer. Unlike other commercial sequencing machines, which can be the size of a refrigerator and require jugs of pricey chemicals, this one measures DNA directly as the molecule is drawn through a tiny pore suspended in a membrane. Changes in electrical current are used to read off the chain of genetic letters, A, G, C, and T.

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6 Expert Tips for Keeping Your Kids Safe on Social Media

is a leading source for news, information and resources for the Connected Generation. Mashable reports on the importance of digital innovation and how it empowers and inspires people around the world. Mashable's record 34 million unique visitors worldwide and 15 million social media followers are one of the most influential and engaged online communities. Founded in 2005, Mashable is headquartered in New York City with an office in San Francisco.

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THE SOCIAL-COMMERCE REPORT: Social Networks Are Driving More Online Sales And Influencing Offline Purchases

We look at the varied metrics that underscore social commerce performance at the different networks, including conversion rates, average order value, and revenue generated by shares, likes, and tweets.  We also outline the latest commerce efforts by leading social networks

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Will Brain-To-Brain Instant Messaging Eventually Replace Phones?

Still, the experiment is important proof that brain-to-brain communication is actually possible. "We used a binary code to digitally connect two brains," Ruffini says. "There is something profound about this, and even if it is just a proof of concept it will hopefully inspire researchers worldwide to explore the possibilities further. We have shown there is a window, and barely cracked it open. But many important developments have started like this."

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Which Browser is Best? Chrome vs. Firefox vs. Internet Explorer

In the biggest shakeup in the browser industry since Microsoft was forced to uncouple Internet Explorer from Windows, Google's Chrome burst on the scene in 2008, forcing new standards in browser speed, streamlined design, and rapidly iterating software, forcing all the other players to overhaul their own sluggish software as they played catch up to the nimble newcomer. Chrome spent several years as PCMag Editor's Choice, but it's been surpassed in speed and features, and it has sunk to a three-way tie for second place as former favorite Firefox has reasserted its lead. With a beautifully redesigned interface, excellent performance, thrifty memory use, helpful browsing tools, and leading customizability, the independent open-source browser has reclaimed PCMag.com's Editors' Choice for browsers.

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“The Dumbest Person in Your Building Is Passing Out Keys to Your Front Door!”

But like the snow in New York City, subway ads do not remain unsullied for long. By day’s end, someone had scrawled a retort on a poster of Carol, a dashiki-wearing mom, at the Canal Street station: �The dumbest person in your building is passing out a set of keys to your front door!� Over at West 4th Street, a message in similar handwriting appeared under Bob from Astoria: �Airbnb accepts NO Liability,� it read. By 42nd Street, the mystery scribe or scribes had settled on a catchphrase of their own, �Airbnb is great��and here they crossed out �for New York� and substituted �for Airbnb.� As the graffiti spread upward to Harlem and outward to Brooklyn and Queens, it started to become clear that this was no run-of-the-mill ad defacement; it was a countercampaign, the latest battle in a full-scale war over Airbnb, one pitting analog against digital, old school versus new school, East Coast against West Coast, rich versus poor. At stake was nothing less than the Spirit of New York.

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The Next Big Thing In Responsive Design

The current issue is not the nearsightedness of web designers, its limitations in the technology. To do the "cool" stuff you see in print, non full width columns, pretty impressive image layouts overseveral columns, fitted titles, these are quite hard to do in web currently. your editor could say to you, no titles over 3 lines, do web content aggregatiors have that luxury. probably not. We must remember that the web is fundamentally different that print. In print you have limited space, fixed leading, you don't deal with a 3rd party font rendering algorithm. To do what we take for grated in print, multi columns side by side, to fit in a web format we need a CSS property known currently as regions. also remember print is a fixed size medium, the internet has to work on phones, tablets google glass ect. Leave with this, its a matter of tech limitations. The internet is for everyone. We build for blackberries and IE7, not nightly build chrome users.

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Surprise! Radiohead's Thom Yorke Drops New $6 Album on BitTorrent

is a leading source for news, information and resources for the Connected Generation. Mashable reports on the importance of digital innovation and how it empowers and inspires people around the world. Mashable's record 34 million unique visitors worldwide and 15 million social media followers are one of the most influential and engaged online communities. Founded in 2005, Mashable is headquartered in New York City with an office in San Francisco.

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Led By Pixar Alums, ToyTalk Launches Its First Paid Kids App, Begins To License Tech | TechCrunch

Though the company doesn’t discuss in detail about user numbers, and until yesterday didn’t sell its applications so couldn’t speak to app revenue, Jacob did tell us that ToyTalk’s users are well-engaged. On average, kids spent 45 minutes per week playing with ToyTalk apps over the last holiday season, but usually the apps are played on weekends. Over the course of the week, kids play with ToyTalk in one or two sessions.

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Postcards From The Future Show What London Will Look Like After Climate Change

In one scene, rising sea levels have turned London into a Venice-like city that has to be navigated by boat. In another, Buckingham Palace is surrounded by sprawling slum housing climate refugees from other countries. Other images explore temperature extremes--a mini ice age if melting Arctic ice alters the path of the Gulf stream, or a desert if climate change alters rainfall.

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5 Ways To Stay Motivated Even When You Really, Really Don't Want To

Not Your Typical Tired Startup Advice. From Surprising Ways To Make Your Big Ideas Actually Work To Inspiring Ideas From The Founders You Admire About What They Wish Knew When They First Started, Hit The Ground Running Will Tell You What's Really Necessary To Get A New Business Going With Momentum

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The End Of Privacy

In this hour, TED speakers explore our changing notions of privacy, the consequences, and whether privacy will soon be a relic of the past.

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What happens to literacy when the internet turns into a giant TV station?

One thing that is materially different about video proliferation on the web today from the way it happened with television in the past is its portability. As ubiquitous as TV broadcasts may be, they are still anchored in the immobile location where your receiving set resides, and even if you have a television in every room of the house, you can’t hope to expose yourself to terrestrial or cable broadcasting as comprehensively as you can with mobile web feeds. Anyone living in an area with a good LTE signal can drown in a constant 24-hour video marathon. It may be scattershot and stop-and-start — jumping from celebrity Vines to Snapchat updates to CNN news reports — but it’s possible and increasingly practiced . There’s no prior data for this kind of constant video stimulation.

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Americans throw out more food than plastic, paper, metal, and glass

In 1980, food waste accounted for less than 10 percent of total waste; today, it makes up well over a fifth of the country's garbage. Americans, as it is, now throw out more food than plastic, paper, metal, or glass—and by a long shot.

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What It's Really Like For Women In Tech

Roizen, now operating partner at Menlo Park, California, venture capital firm Draper Fisher Jurvetson , shared her story in the new book, Innovating Women: The Changing Face of Technology . Compiled, written, and edited by researcher Vivek Wadhwa and journalist Farai Chideya , the book includes interviews with more than 500 women, as well as personal essays from technology and innovation leaders like Roizen, Patriarch Partners CEO Lynn Tilton, tech exec Kim Polese, and new U.S. Chief Technology Officer Megan Smith, among many others. The result is an unflinching look at what it’s like to be a woman today in innovative sectors like technology.

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You Aren't Imagining It: Email Is Making You More Stressed Out

“I think that people should restrict reading emails to limited times during the day instead of continually checking it,” she says. Of course, because of the social expectation of a rapid response, no one single person in a company can decide they’re only going to check email twice a day. “It’s really an organizational mandate because if any single individual tries to pull out of this email web, they’re going to be penalized and out of the loop,” says Mark.

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Student Course Evaluations Get An 'F'

Measuring the teacher by how well the student did in the next course is an important part of this experiment. Previous papers, says Pellizzari, compared student ratings to student grades within that same course. An easy-A prof may earn five stars in return for handing out good grades. But this leniency, his research suggests, does the students no long-term favors.

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Innovation Uncensored San Francisco 2014

Game Changer: A Look Inside Ubisoft’s Immersive Game Experiences - Thanks to compelling narratives, innovative gameplay, and breakthrough technology, video games these days are true entertainment experiences. At the forefront of this charge, Ubisoft has inspired communities around the world to play, connect, rock out, and Just Dance. During this visit to Ubisoft’s San Francisco office, get hands-on with some of its top video-game franchises and learn about the technology that powers its innovation. Hosted by Tony Key, Senior Vice President of Sales and Marketing, Ubisoft; Jason Altman,Executive Producer, Just Dance Now; Paul Cross,Creative Director, Rocksmith

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Kurzweil: Solar Energy Will Be Unlimited And Free In 20 Years

However, the artificial-intelligence pioneer points out that solar power use has been doubling every two years over the past three decades, as well as consistently dropping in cost. Kurzweil, who is currently Director of Engineering at Google, says that at the current rate of growth, solar power will be able to meet today's energy needs in about 14 years.

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5 Things to Know About Ello, the Social Network with a Manifesto

But the last 10 years has seen challengers both big (Google+) and small (Path) fail to knock Facebook from its perch. It is too soon to tell if Ello is just a timely fad or a social network here to stay, but its buzz suggests there are pockets of people on the social web interested in alternatives.

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The Dangerous Impacts of Social Media on Mental Illnesses

While there are several reasons for using social networking, it appears that its main function is for increased contact with friends and family along with increased engagement in social activities. However, research has shown that young adults with a strong Facebook presence were more likely to exhibit narcissistic antisocial behavior; while excessive use of social media was found to be strongly linked to underachievement at school.

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How to Find a Mentor (and Maximize the Relationship)

Working with a mentor can help you learn from their experiences, ones that you will likely encounter in your future. Whether you just want to bounce ideas or need help crafting your first business plan for investors, having a mentor can be highly beneficial, from building your confidence to expanding your business ventures.

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Walter Isaacson on the women of ENIAC

Shortly before she died in 2011, Jean Jennings Bartik reflected proudly on the fact that all the programmers who created the first general-purpose computer were women: “Despite our coming of age in an era when women’s career opportunities were generally quite confined, we helped initiate the era of the computer.” It happened because a lot of women back then had studied math, and their skills were in demand. There was also an irony involved: The boys with their toys thought that assembling the hardware was the most important task, and thus a man’s job. “American science and engineering was even more sexist than it is today,” Jennings said. “If the ENIAC’s administrators had known how crucial programming would be to the functioning of the electronic computer and how complex it would prove to be, they might have been more hesitant to give such an important role to women.”

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Want To Work While Traveling The World For A Year? This Startup Might Be Able To Help

In return for serving as a de facto travel agent / employment agency, Remote Year takes a cut of its participants’ paychecks twice a month to cover the travel costs. It keeps some for itself, too, but Caplan is coy about just how much. "Remote Year will earn a small profit on the program, but the dollar / percentage is not set," he says. "The fees will be stable for participants but costs might fluctuate." In other words, participants will pay the same amount each month, but Remote Year's cut of that amount will vary depending on travel costs.

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Passport Won't Stamp BlackBerry For Gains

Gelblum also criticized BlackBerry’s pricing plan, which calls for the Passport to be available in the US (via Amazon) and in Canada (via Telus) for a “6-day exclusive for $200″ with a two-year contract, but that price will rise to $250 on October 1. Without a contract, the Passport will cost $599, but Gelblum said that BlackBerry has plans to raise that price, a move he called “an odd and not very customer-friendly decision.” As it is, the Passport is only $50 cheaper than the iPhone 6; it’s more competitive against the iPhone 6 Plus, which costs $150 more than the Passport.

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Samsung's Decision To Stop Selling Laptops In Europe Suggests Tablets Are The Future

What does sadden me, however, is the fact that Samsung is also quitting the Chromebook market in Europe. I think that’s a shame, because I see the Chromebook as being a device that will only gain in popularity over the coming years. In the US they are already being adopted as educational devices, and in significant numbers too. That’s a change I think will happen in the UK and Europe over the coming years, and I think Samsung had something worthwhile to offer. Still, in its official statement the firm didn’t rule out a return in the EU if the market changed, so Chromebooks may come back at some point, but I very much doubt we’ll see another Samsung Laptop any time soon.

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Sick idea: how rabies spawned vampires and zombies

Spanish physician Juan Gomez-Alonso explains four connections between rabies and vampire myths in a 1998 Neurology journal article, the most obvious being infection through the blood via bites. Rabies victims also often suffer from facial spasms, lending them an animalistic appearance. The third connection is the time frame: vampire lore had them living for forty days before being turned, the same amount of time it usually takes for the victim of a rabies attack to die after their initial bite. The final connection is probably the most surprising: sex drive. The insatiable sexual desire that’s a trademark of both traditionally gothic and sparkly modern vampires can also be traced to rabies. Male rabies victims often get involuntary erections and have spontaneous orgasms. Unsurprisingly, this was not often spoken of outright, but was alluded to in much of the early medical literature, with one eighteenth century Austrian physician noting “his seed and his life were lost at the same time.”

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Startups Seek Cancer Drugs and Wall Street Riches Using Quantum Machines | MIT Technology Review

Computers capable of exploiting quantum physics for computation on a large scale promise to solve in mere seconds problems that would take conventional machines millions of years. But whether D-Wave’s machine uses quantum tricks to process data more efficiently is still an open question. Nonetheless, the company has attracted significant investment funding, and it has struck deals to supply its hardware to companies including Google and Lockheed Martin for research (see “ The CIA and Jeff Bezos Bet on Quantum Computing ”).

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Bruges Will Cut Traffic With...an Underground Beer Pipeline | WIRED

As CityLab points out , Cleveland’s Great Lakes Brewing Company uses underground tubes to move beer between its brewery and its pub, across the street. But this is a longer journey, one with real environmental consequences, and the Belgian pipeline surely will have a bigger impact in terms of reducing traffic and carbon emissions. “In time, this innovative investment plan would reduce the amount of transport by heavy goods vehicles by 85 percent,” says Franky Dumon, the alderman for spatial planning who approved the project on behalf of the city council. “It is a win-win situation for everyone.”

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Oh Good, 3-Breasted Woman Is Now a Halloween Costume

is a leading source for news, information and resources for the Connected Generation. Mashable reports on the importance of digital innovation and how it empowers and inspires people around the world. Mashable's record 34 million unique visitors worldwide and 15 million social media followers are one of the most influential and engaged online communities. Founded in 2005, Mashable is headquartered in New York City with an office in San Francisco.

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How Marketing and PR Should Work Together to Reach Customers

Hannah echoes her thoughts, saying, "I think there has been a significant shift in the sales force, and somehow PR and marketing have become a pre-sales team of sorts. When we can provide quality content and useful information for the customer, we're essentially building trust — which is largely about filling an emotional need. It doesn't even have to be content directly related to what we're doing (me, me, me!), rather it's yet another avenue for fostering the relationship, which may eventually lead to a purchase."

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Copywriting Tips for the Novice Blogger

Writing is an iterative process. When you arrive at the point where you run out of ideas for improving what you wrote, you’re done. It may not ever be perfect, but you’re going to make it better with each pass thanks to the magic key: delete.

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20 Weird GIFs That Belong in Another Dimension

is a leading source for news, information and resources for the Connected Generation. Mashable reports on the importance of digital innovation and how it empowers and inspires people around the world. Mashable's record 34 million unique visitors worldwide and 15 million social media followers are one of the most influential and engaged online communities. Founded in 2005, Mashable is headquartered in New York City with an office in San Francisco.

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Amazon Takes a Big Step Toward Finally Making Its Own Deliveries | WIRED

Amazon is brilliant at getting orders out its own doors , but with rare exceptions, it relies on third parties—mainly UPS and FedEx—to get those orders onto the doorsteps of customers. Over the past year, however, Amazon has been quietly building out its own capacity to do more of what the big carriers do—a logistics upgrade that takes the company one step closer to taking over the entire delivery process for itself.

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The Evolution of Internet Speak

Because Internet speak is more about language patterns than acronyms, it's easier to use it in everyday life. Most people wouldn't casually say "LOL," but they're more than comfortable saying, "I can't even." For the most part, these online trends haven't heavily impacted the English language in a tangible way.

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Richard Branson's Three Most Important Leadership Principles

Branson:  The Virgin values have and will always be the same: to change the game and challenge the status quo by providing a product or service of great use. My first business venture was Student magazine. Along the way, we saw gaps in the market where Virgin could play a role and can be an incredible force for good, and that’s become our motto. If you love what you do and if you believe in what you do, others will share your enthusiasm. Passionate people find their way to the Virgin Group, and when they do, we snap them up and try to keep them within the family.

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73 4 Steps Toward A More Successful Women-In-Tech Initiative
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89 Apple's HealthKit Finally Arrives, After Bugs, Botches, And Boatloads Of Apple Hype
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