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What You Can Do Online: 18 Great Tips

As of July 2020, approximately 59% of the global population are active Internet users. The Internet offers a vast array of activities you can do online. Users can gather information, communicate with people around the world, and find great sources of entertainment. New ideas are posted daily, just waiting to be discovered. Here are tips […]

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Stuff You Should Know Before Entering Adulthood

Children often look forward to growing up, and they see adulthood as a chance to prove how smart, tough, and capable they are. Youngsters are eager to show others what they are made of, but too often, by the time they really are grown up (around age 20-21), they are missing more than a few […]

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The Definitive Guide To Buying A Motorcycle

The U.S. is made for motorcycle enthusiasts. With thousands of miles of open roads to explore, it’s no wonder so many people are registered motorcycle owners; in the state of Colorado alone — one of the most scenically beautiful states in the country –, there are approximately 184,549 motorcycles registered. We know you’re itching to […]

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When Industrial Tech Gets Personal

Technology has been expanding on an industrial level ever since the Industrial Revolution. However, with modern-day technology surpassing our wildest imaginations (if only we’d had self-parallel-parking cars this entire time!), the phrase “if you can dream it, you can do it” has never been more accurate. The beauty of these current innovations lies in a […]

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Predictions Place Data Center Cooling Market For Substantial Growth Through 2024

New Global Market Insights Inc. research predicts the Data Center Cooling Market will grow to $20 billion by 2024 due to rising power, storage, and efficiency demands. Our international economy relies heavily on data centers as an infrastructure, but the current technology is a bit behind. Advancements would mean a decrease in risk of data […]

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Augmented Reality and Automation in Race For Welding Market Future

Augmented reality is coming to vocational classrooms to help educate welding students in a safe and practical environment. Two companies, zSpace and Mimbus, industry-leading educational augmented reality and simulation innovators, have come together to design a platform for future welders to warm up and gain safe experience. THE Journal reports a statement on this collaboration. […]

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Cybercriminal Group Targets Hotels, Restaurants With Malware

Hospitality businesses should be on high alert for attacks from a notorious gang. But rather than doing physical harm, this group is attempting something much more sinister: they use malware attacks to steal countless credit card numbers. A 2013 study found that an average of 82,000 new malware threats occur on a daily basis. That […]

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New Business Opens In Indiana Offering Unique Cryo-Sauna Services

Most everyone has heard of saunas and their mind-body healing and relaxation benefits, but Konnie Komarovsky has opened a new business in Carmel, IN, that offers a variety of services, including a chilly take on the traditionally steamy sauna. According to CurrentinCarmel.com, the name of the business is A Better You Wellness. Komarovsky, the owner, […]

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String of Propane Related Explosions Continues This Week as Two Separate Trucks Crash and Explode

In what can only be described as the latest in an inexplicable uptick in propane-related incidents across America, an 18-wheeler carrying massive quantities of the volatile gas rolled over this afternoon in Calloway Co., KY, shortly before bursting into flames, reports local news station KFVS12. Police were forced to close the 5000 block of Murray-Paris […]

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The True Heroes of Game of Thrones Are Software Developers

Figuring out why the season premier of Game of Thrones crashed last year for HBO’s streaming users was not just a matter of customer service for the network. If people couldn’t get their fix of the series, they were going to look elsewhere for it, and when they found it, HBO was going to lose […]