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Andrew Thomas MD @ Nexa www.digitalnexa.com
The new Instagram app, very cool
Acer Aspire e11 small notebook
-full size keyboard feels like a mac sort of
-brushed plastic aluminum look
-Intel Celeron 2.41 Ghz
-Intel HD Graphics
-500 GB HHD
-11h.g inc inch screen
-LiveScribe mobile notebook keeps handwriting alive!
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What’s new with Dropbox Pro?
RAK Medical and Health Sciences University Library Gives You another Good Reason to Visit More Often: PressReader
Complimentary Digital Newspapers and Magazines Available to Library Patrons
Ras Al-Khaimah, UAE – August 27, 2014 – RAK Medical and Health Sciences University Library expands its collection with the addition of PressReader, the world’s best digital newspaper and magazine service. PressReader gives library patrons, faculty and students access to more than 3,000 local, regional and international titles on their personal laptops, tablets and smartphones.
“PressReader is a great solution for libraries that are looking to extend their global catalogue,” said Igor Smirnoff, chief commercial officer for PressReader. “PressReader’s convenient, eco-friendly delivery format and advanced technology makes reading a more engaging experience.”
PressReader offers publications from more than 100 countries and in 60 languages. Popular titles include The Washington Post, The Guardian, Gulf News, Marie Claire, Men’s Health and more. Patrons can easily access the service by connecting to the library’s Wi-Fi and visiting PressReader.com, Library.PressDisplay.com or by downloading the free PressReader app to their device. With unlimited access and the convenience of downloading titles for later reading, patrons never have to worry about the availability of content.
Twitter opens up analytics. We can all see now how popular we are
Snapchat valuation. Wise move saying no to facebook?
I have a few of these in my closet!
Spoke about this a while back but it's out in the market now
Twitch bought for a billion
Just two months after launching a program for its subscribers to stream music on its network without counting the data usage against them, T-Mobile has served up 7,000 terabytes of audio. That’s a lot of tunes from the various supported music services. Now the carrier is doubling the services its subscribers can use without hitting their LTE limits by adding AccuRadio, Black Planet, Grooveshark, Radio Paradise, Rdio and Songza to the Music Freedom initiative. A customer poll indicated subscribers want Google Play Music added to the list, which T-Mobile says it will do later this year. The new music services join iHeartRadio, iTunesRadio, Pandora, Rhapsody, Samsung Milk, Slacker and Spotify in the program.
ereader’s not so good afterall?
just a good read on where we made it to with consoles and the world of games!
3d printing at its best!
Vaccum Ad! Very cool video! Bisselll Canada