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Google Glass Makes Its Way Into Operating Rooms

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Hands-free devices like Google Glass can be really transformative when the hands they free are those of a surgeon. And leading hospitals, including Stanford and the University of California at San Francisco, are beginning to use Glass in the operating room.

 

In October, UCSF’s Pierre Theodore, a cardiothoracic surgeon, became the first doctor in the United States to obtain Institutional Review Board approval to use the device to assist him during surgery. Theodore pre-loads onto Glass the scans of images of the patient taken just before surgery and consults them during the operation.

 

“To be able to have those X-rays directly in your field without having to leave the operating room or to log on to another system elsewhere, or to turn yourself away from the patient in order to divert your attention, is very helpful in terms of maintaining your attention where it should be, which is on the patient 100 percent of the time,” said Theodore.

 

 

A Stanford-affiliated startup calledVitalMedicals is developing a system that would automate doctors’ access to patient images and medical records using Glass by syncing them automatically via Wi-Fi. VitalMedicals’ debut app, VitalStream, sends live vital signs and alarms to the operating surgeon’s Glass device during conscious sedation. It gets the vital signs from its integration with the ViSi mobile vital sign monitor


VitalMedicals is working on a second app, SurgStream, which displays the pre-surgical images and streams live fluoroscopy,  ultrasound  and  endoscopy video to Glass or a tablet.

 

 

The projects, which emerged from Google’s early outreach to developers to create apps for Glass, are still in their earliest stages and still have time to iron out the bugs. And with many doctors interested in applications for the wearable interface, Glass is likely to spread quickly when they do.

 

 

more at original : http://singularityhub.com/2013/12/01/google-glass-makes-its-way-into-operating-rooms/


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Google Glass in hospitals, this amazing tech is coming up with new applications daily... What would you use it for?

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malek's curator insight, December 2, 2013 4:20 AM

Prefessional grade wearables is a clear winner in the years to come.

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Home Businesses: Top Tips for Rural Workers

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Home businesses: top tips for rural workers
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"We had connections to a village and a business park, which we built ourselves," he says.

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Skype Opens Up Free Video-Conferencing For Up To 10 People on Win, Mac, Xbox


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Susan O'Handley's curator insight, May 3, 4:39 AM

This is great news!  I've been using Skype for years and this has been an issue for me.  The ability to connect several users at the same time through video conferencing at the free level opens up some great opportunities for online meetings that are still Face-to-Face.  I hope this is integrated into their smartphone app as well!

Canida Marin Pinto's curator insight, May 5, 1:31 PM

It is very interesting

socialcompany's curator insight, May 11, 12:00 AM

Skypeで10人までのグループ通話(テレビ会話が可能に)
Google Plusでのハングアウトはアーカイブ・Youtube公開が出来る点は便利だけれど操作の難しさがつきまとうので悩ましいことも。
ともあれ、選択肢が広がるのはgood :)  

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Magnetic 'Micro-Robots' Could Lead to Tiny Automated Factories

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Remember those old electric football games that used a vibrating tabletop surface to send teams of tiny NFL players scrambling around the field?
Well, researchers at SRI Interna... (A prototype for factory-working micro-robots is now in development.

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New Derivative Guards Against Bitcoin's Price Swings - Wall Street Journal (blog)

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Wall Street Journal
New Derivative Guards Against Bitcoin's Price Swings
Wall Street Journal (blog)
If you thought trading bitcoin was a shot in the dark, how about bitcoin derivatives?
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Tera is separately applying to the Commodity Futures Exchange Commission to list bitcoin derivatives on its regulated exchange. The CFTC already has a laundry list of to-dos as it brings swaps under its purview in the wake of the financial crisis, and grapples with a range of budgeting constraints.

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Bitcoin barons face tax dilemma as April 15 deadline looms - GigaOM

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Bitcoin barons face tax dilemma as April 15 deadline looms
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As with many things related to bitcoin, the tax implications are mind-boggling.
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As with many things related to bitcoin, the tax implications are mind-boggling. For instance, the IRS hasn’t even said if it considers the virtual currency to be a currency in the first place, or if bitcoins should instead by classified as a capital asset. Should bitcoins, in other words, be treated like Apple stocks or like euros and other foreign currencies?

The classification matters because foreign currency and capital asset profits are taxed at different rates. (I’m no authority, but the distinction goes something like this: forex earnings are taxed on a 60/40 formula that blends long- and short-term capital gains, while capital assets must be held for a year to be eligible for the long-term rate.)

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Bitcoin nabob: Yes, there's life after Mt. Gox (Q&A) - CNET

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Bitcoin nabob: Yes, there's life after Mt. Gox (Q&A)
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In February the Bitcoin exchange Mt. Gox declared bankruptcy after some $400 million in bitcoins got stolen.
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Facebook Users Seeing 'Privacy Checkup' Popups - AllFacebook

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Facebook Users Seeing 'Privacy Checkup' Popups
AllFacebook
It looks like you haven't changed who can see your posts in a while, so we're just checking that your privacy is set the way you want.
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Clicking on “learn more” brought up the following message, under the headline, “Why am I seeing this?”:

Every time you post on Facebook you can decide who sees what you share. It looks like you haven’t changed who can see your posts in a while, so we’re just checking that your privacy is set the way you want. You’ll still able to change the audience any time you post something. If you’d like to learn more about setting privacy on your posts, visit the Help Center.

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Social media users migrating to smaller circles - CNN

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Social media users migrating to smaller circles
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(CNN) -- In an age when people are encouraged to collect hundreds of Facebook "friends" and thousands of Twitter followers, some social media users, particularly young ones, are going smaller.
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But over the past couple of years, it's been smaller social sharing and messaging tools, most of them mobile apps, that have gotten the most buzz and gained the most users. These services encourage users to target personalized messages to individuals or small groups instead of broadcasting posts to larger networks of people.

That doesn't mean folks are ditching Facebook for the silly photos of Snapchat or the 6-second videos of Vine. But these emerging social hangouts increasingly are where young users are communicating with each other.

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Microsoft wins battle over ads attacking Google privacy standards - The Guardian

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Microsoft wins battle over ads attacking Google privacy standards The Guardian Microsoft stood by its claim that Outlook.com offered greater privacy options than Gmail, arguing that it only undertook "protective" scanning of emails for viruses and...
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The UK advertising watchdog has cleared a campaign by Microsoft attacking the privacy standards used by Google's Gmail email service.

An ad campaign promoting Microsoft Outlook, Microsoft's rival email service, criticised Gmail for scanning the contents of users' emails for commercial purposes.

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Infographic: A Brief History Of The Internet Of Things - Mobile Marketing Watch

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Infographic: A Brief History Of The Internet Of Things
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But to understand where the Internet of Things market is going, it's important to first understand where it's been.
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The Internet of Things (IoT), which excludes PCs, tablets and smartphones, will grow to 26 billion units installed in 2020. If that happens – and Gartner says it will – it will represent an almost 30-fold increase from 0.9 billion in 2009.

But to understand where the Internet of Things market is going, it’s important to first understand where it’s been.

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Find Out Why You Are Procrastinating: 6 Possible Reasons

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I liked a post at Jane Sheeba :
Procrastination is a plague, right? It is something that can demolish your dreams - I am talking from experience here!

I used to be a v[..]

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When you got too much on your plate, you get overwhelmed. Everyone gets overwhelmed once in a while. But keeping too many things on your plate all the time is neither good for your personal and business life, nor good for your health!

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Problogging Success's curator insight, March 20, 6:46 PM

Are you the one who dreams about achieving heights but wonder why you haven't yet reached there? Have you realized that this is due to your habit of procrastination?

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Google won't face email privacy class action - Reuters

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Google won't face email privacy class action
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(Reuters) - Google Inc won a significant legal victory as a U.S.
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In September, Koh rejected the company's effort to dismiss the lawsuits on the grounds that users implicitly consented to its activity, recognizing it as part of the email delivery process.

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5 tips for breaking into a new market - Real Business

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5 tips for breaking into a new market
Real Business
A US study shows exporting companies not only grow faster, but are over 8 per cent less likely to go out of business than non-exporters.
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 Research, research, and then more research

For companies thinking about expanding to a new market, the first things to research are:

    Is there a market for its products?
    Can it compete with local firms and other suppliers?

A yes to both of these questions opens up many more research tasks, including: how to enter the market (eg joint venture, subsidiary, or local agents); how to reach potential customers; local taxation and licensing rules; after-sales service; intellectual property rights; choice of location; due diligence on potential partners... the list goes on.

It's daunting, but necessary, and it can prevent money and time being wasted on unforeseen problems.

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How Being Grateful Can Change Your Life

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"It's not just for Oprah devotees. Recent studies show that practicing gratitude can positively impact your life--and researchers believe it may help.us break our bad habits."

 

YOU’RE HELPING OTHER PEOPLE.

Gratitude is about focusing on other people, says Dr. Jo-Ann Tsang, a psychology professor at Baylor University, who led a study which will appear in the July 2014 issue of the journal Personality and Individual Differences.

 

“Previous research that we and others have done finds that people are motivated to help people that help them--and to help others as well. We’re social creatures, and so focusing on others in a positive way is good for our health,” Tsang said in a statement.


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Nermeen Hassan's curator insight, April 23, 9:07 PM

Alhamdullah... many of my friends and students told me in the past few days, keep repeating their own gratitude mantra helps them a lot through out life ups and downs... mine is "Alhamdullah for opening my heart" or just simply  "Alhamdullah" = "Thank God"

Randy Bauer's curator insight, May 13, 6:33 PM

Gratitude is about giving back, or giving thanks, to someone. It is an action that has a positive reaction; Happiness and Well-Being.

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13 Things Mentally Strong People Don’t Do

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Mentally strong people have healthy habits. They manage their emotions, thoughts, and behaviors in ways that set them up for success in life.

 

Check out these things that mentally strong people don’t do so that you too can become more mentally strong.


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They Don’t Dwell on the Past

Mentally strong people don’t waste time dwelling on the past and wishing things could be different. They acknowledge their past and can say what they’ve learned from it. However, they don’t constantly relive bad experiences or fantasize about the glory days. Instead, they live for the present and plan for the future.

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donhornsby's curator insight, June 23, 6:10 AM

(From the article): Mentally strong people can tolerate being alone and they don’t fear silence. They aren’t afraid to be alone with their thoughts and they can use downtime to be productive. They enjoy their own company and aren’t dependent on others for companionship and entertainment all the time but instead can be happy alone.

Michael Binzer's curator insight, June 24, 12:33 AM

I like this article. In gives inspiration and highlights the need to be in touch with yourself

Joe Boutte's curator insight, June 24, 4:40 AM

Everyday leadership requires mental strength and stamina, or more simply, perseverance.  The 13 things that mentally strong people don't do is a great reminder of how to keep your wits about you and persevere through the daily struggles of life and leadership.

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Why Business Leaders Are Obsessed With Sun Tzu's Ancient Military Guide ... - Huffington Post

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Why Business Leaders Are Obsessed With Sun Tzu's Ancient Military Guide ...
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It’s black and white.

Sun Tzu doesn’t have any time for ambiguities, introspection or gray areas (probably because he was trying to win wars). He’s decisive, unwavering, and blunt -- exactly the leadership qualities we prize.

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National Bitcoin Alternative Auroracoin Launches To Save Iceland's Economy - Forbes

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International Business Times UK National Bitcoin Alternative Auroracoin Launches To Save Iceland's Economy Forbes Based off of Litecoin, itself an alternative to Bitcoin, Auroracoin is the brain child of the Iceland's own Satoshi Nakamoto, who uses...
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“The whole point of auroracoin is to provide Icelanders with an alternative to the króna, a currency they are forced by pain of imprisonment to use,” Odinsson told the Wall Street Journal recently. “Icelanders will be free to sell auroracoins anywhere they like and buy anything they like, be it dollars or other foreign currency on offshore currency exchanges. They won’t need permission from the Central Bank or politicians.”

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Promising exchange: Business forum results in new deals between Pak-China ... - The Express Tribune

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The Express Tribune
Promising exchange: Business forum results in new deals between Pak-China ...
The Express Tribune
Chinese Deputy Ambassador Yao Wen stated this at the closing ceremony of the Pak-China Business Forum 2014 on Monday.
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The mega event comprised of an exhibition, seminars, workshops and an industrial and academic expo spread over four days. A senior member of Guangzhou Chamber of Commerce stated, “It is safe for Chinese investors to invest in the country. Pakistan is quite ideal in terms of labour and tax policy.” We will act Pakistan’s ambassadors after our return, he promised, amid applause from participants.

Solar Technology Company General Manager Sai Xue Zhao said he would encourage foreigners, especially Chinese, to invest in Pakistan. “As the demand for solar energy is increasing in Pakistan, I received hundreds of customers who want to use it as an alternative energy source.

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Spyware app turns the privacy tables on Google Glass wearers

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Critics of Google Glass usually remark on how the device allows its owner to take photos and videos of other people without their knowledge or consent, which has contributed to some backlash, including bans on Glass in some establishments and an alleged assault on a Glass user.

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But a spyware app developed by two researchers has shown that Google Glass can be used to secretly take photos of whatever a Glass wearer is looking at without their knowledge - making the Glass user the one whose privacy and security is potentially compromised.

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The lens display usually lights up whenever Glass is in use, which is the only way to tell when Glass is on - other than witnessing voice and gesture commands used by the wearer such as "Okay Glass, take a photo."

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However, according to media reports, the app takes a photo every 10 seconds when the display is off, meaning the wearer (or anyone in view of the camera) is unaware that it's recording.

 


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Critics of Google Glass usually remark on how the device allows its owner to take photos and videos of other people without their knowledge or consent, which has contributed to some backlash, including bans on Glass in some establishments and an alleged assault on a Glass user.

But a spyware app developed by two researchers has shown that Google Glass can be used to secretly take photos of whatever a Glass wearer is looking at without their knowledge - making the Glass user the one whose privacy and security is potentially compromised.

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Gust MEES's curator insight, March 25, 2:01 PM


The lens display usually lights up whenever Glass is in use, which is the only way to tell when Glass is on - other than witnessing voice and gesture commands used by the wearer such as "Okay Glass, take a photo."

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However, according to media reports, the app takes a photo every 10 seconds when the display is off, meaning the wearer (or anyone in view of the camera) is unaware that it's recording.


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Biggest ever bitcoin transaction: Indonesian villa sold for $600,000 in bitcoins

Subscribe to ITN News: http://bit.ly/1bmWO8h A villa on the Indonesian island of Bali has been sold for roughly $600000 in bitcoins in what is thought to be...
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A villa on the Indonesian island of Bali has been sold for roughly $600,000 in bitcoins in what is thought to be the largest ever bitcoin transaction. The property features two bedrooms and two bathrooms, completed with a private pool, and was bought by an anonymous buyer based in Texas. Ronny Tome, the director of Del Mango Villa Estate,

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Still More Bitcoin Investing: Circle Internet Financial Raises $17 Million ... - Re/code

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Still More Bitcoin Investing: Circle Internet Financial Raises $17 Million ...
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The new funding comes from a range of new investors, including Oak Investment Partners.
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“There are not a lot of credible companies building what we are, and we saw the opportunity to bulk up to bring bitcoin to the mainstream,” said Jeremy Allaire, Circle founder, chairman and CEO, who compares his service to a stored value card. “We mean to get beyond the bunch of amateurs and enthusiasts that have dominated the early development of digital currency and make it easy for regular people to use.”

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InMail Marketing on LinkedIn Gaining Steam - Mobile Marketing Watch

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Mobile Marketing Watch InMail Marketing on LinkedIn Gaining Steam Mobile Marketing Watch The InMail marketing strategy focuses primarily on LinkedIn's mobile users, as recent studies have revealed that more than half of all consumers now open their...
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LinkedIn has identified email as a platform likely to enjoy the highest rate of engagement between marketers and consumers. This factor, combined with the ability to include native advertising, makes email the perfect channel for the kind of marketing LinkedIn is looking to offer. This content can be anything from personalized event invites and promotions from businesses, to relevant articles (sponsored) and news publications. And because they all come through email, they can be viewed on any device at any time.

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7 Social Media Security Tips to Protect your Business

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7 Social Media Security Tips To Protect Your Business
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Many small businesses recognize the benefits of having a social media presence for customer service and long-term marketing purposes.

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Lock down social settings. Require employees to learn about and incorporate maximum privacy settings. Most social networks have privacy settings that need to be administered to the highest level. Default settings generally leave the networks wide open for attack.

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Dogecoin's First 100 Days Were Better Than Bitcoin's First 1000 - Motherboard

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Dogecoin's First 100 Days Were Better Than Bitcoin's First 1000
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Chronicling the first 100 days of Dogecoin's success, the above video, like many other videos pertaining to doge, can hardly contain its caffeinated excitement.
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Chronicling the first 100 days of Dogecoin's success, the above video, like many other videos pertaining to doge, can hardly contain its caffeinated excitement. One might compare the Shiba Inu-embossed currency's first 100 days to Bitcoin's first 1,000. That’s coarsely, if you were to compare the growth of the currencies’ market capitalizations. By Bitcoin's 1,000th day, or September 30, 2011, the original cryptocurrency sat at a market cap of roughly $36.5 million, after having spiked as at $190 million in July that year (the first Bitcoin bubble). Today, Dogecoin's market cap is at about $47 million, after having risen to over $87 million in less than two months.

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3 Picks For The Best Business File-Sharing Services - ReadWrite

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ReadWrite
3 Picks For The Best Business File-Sharing Services
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Cloud-based file sharing has gone from a pie-in-the-sky idea to an essential business tool for operating in a global economy.
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If you feel a bit overwhelmed when choosing a file-sharing solution for your business, you're likely not alone. These are just a few of the top services out there, but the space is crowded to an extreme. And we found that often there’s very little differentiation in the features they offer—which is why we put a heavy weight on familiarity in our recommendations.

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