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Content Curation: 10 FREE Tools to Save You Time by @aceconcierge

Content Curation:  10 FREE Tools to Save You Time by @aceconcierge | Technology | Scoop.it
Social media tools and platforms to help you manage, curate and post are developed at such a furious pace that it is almost impossible to keep up and test each one, all the while operating your business. Implementing a few of the platforms are sure to save you some time and a few headaches. As a business with an online presence, managing your social media is a full time job, not a hobby. It does require goals, strategy, tools, time, and manpower or womanpower. Just creating a few social profiles and a blog page are not enough. You should be actively engaging consistently and frequently to build your following, credibility, community and reputation.

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Brian Yanish - MarketingHits.com's curator insight, February 20, 2014 12:06 PM

Great article by Suzie, about using content curation to build your online presence and community for your business.


Content curation does work, it is how I met Suzie and found out about her business.

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Onewheel :: The Self-Balancing Electric Skateboard

Onewheel: the self-balancing electric skateboard that gives you the feeling of flying
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The 10 Countries With the Most Access to High-Speed Internet

The 10 Countries With the Most Access to High-Speed Internet | Technology | Scoop.it
Statista's chart, which uses Akamai data, shows the 10 countries where the most people have access to high-speed Internet.
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Dyson registers patent of plans for silent hairdryer

Dyson registers patent of plans for silent hairdryer | Technology | Scoop.it
Hairdryers will be the next household gadget to be given the silent treatment by Sir James Dyson as he puts in a patent for a soundless model.
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Hands on: PS4 review

Hands on: PS4 review | Technology | Scoop.it
Now that we've finally laid eyes on the final product, the design smacks of the good old PlayStation 2.
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U-Cast - Ultrasono Cast for Fracture

U-Cast - Ultrasono Cast for Fracture | Technology | Scoop.it

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infotechline's comment, September 4, 2013 7:53 AM
its all about technology
Thomas's curator insight, September 4, 2013 1:19 PM

This cast not only looks cooler but does a better job when it comes to healing bones. It vibrates to help the bones adhear together. This cast also works at a much faster past onlly making the healing process last 3-4 weeks.

Dreamhighnow's comment, September 4, 2013 8:25 PM
thanks for the insight, very interesting
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Syrian Electronic Army's war on the web: interactive timeline - The Guardian

Syrian Electronic Army's war on the web: interactive timeline - The Guardian | Technology | Scoop.it
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The Syrian Electronic Army's successful hack of the US Marines recruitment site this week marks the latest in a long line of attacks by this pro-Assad group.
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Xbox One Vs. PS4: No Clear Winner At Gamescom

Xbox One Vs. PS4: No Clear Winner At Gamescom | Technology | Scoop.it
No clear winner emerged from Microsoft and Sony's gamescom press conferences today.
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Mozilla plans to launch Firefox Metro for Windows 8 on December 10

Mozilla plans to launch Firefox Metro for Windows 8 on December 10 | Technology | Scoop.it
Mozilla is finally getting close to releasing a Metro version of its Firefox browser that will run on Windows RT as well as the tablet-side of Windows 8. The touch flavor of the app ...
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Kiwix: download Wikipedia to your computer or Android for offline access - Ghacks Technology News

Kiwix: download Wikipedia to your computer or Android for offline access - Ghacks Technology News | Technology | Scoop.it
Kiwix: download Wikipedia to your computer or Android for offline access Ghacks Technology News Back in the days when the first offline solutions for Wikipedia were introduced, you often did not have enough space on your mobile device to really add...
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Your Future Car May Be A Living Room on Wheels

Your Future Car May Be A Living Room on Wheels | Technology | Scoop.it
ReadWriteDrive is an ongoing series covering the future of transportation.
The star attractions of many major international auto shows are the way-out futuristic concept vehicles that stand little to no chance of going into production.

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A Trippy Video Installation That'll Melt Your Optic Nerves | Wired Design | Wired.com

A Trippy Video Installation That'll Melt Your Optic Nerves | Wired Design | Wired.com | Technology | Scoop.it
The best thing you can do to understand Olivier Ratsi’s new audio-visual project is to watch it.
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SiteProNews - Breaking News, Technology News, and Social Media News

SiteProNews - Breaking News, Technology News, and Social Media News | Technology | Scoop.it
The latest articles and breaking news on technology, social media, search engines, SEO, business, marketing, content writing and webmaster resources.
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Hands on: Xbox One review

Hands on: Xbox One review | Technology | Scoop.it
It may not be the most edgy console design, but Microsoft's Xbox One proves to be cutting-edge in our E3 demo.
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NASA's Deep Impact Comet Probe May Be Spinning Out of Control

NASA's Deep Impact Comet Probe May Be Spinning Out of Control | Technology | Scoop.it
NASA's well-traveled Deep Impact spacecraft, which slammed a probe into one comet and then flew by another, may be drifting out of control in deep space and starving for power. Efforts to restore communication with the probe are underway.
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How to Speed Up a Slow, Aging iPhone or iPad

How to Speed Up a Slow, Aging iPhone or iPad | Technology | Scoop.it
Apple's rumored to announce a new iPhone next week, and some of you may be tempted to shell out for the newest one--especially if your old beater is acting slow, crashing, and generally misbehaving.

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Some wise suggestions how to deal with and be in in the field of never ending production of new fancy devices and apps. Worth reading...

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The Truth About How Social Media Has Impacted Employees

The Truth About How Social Media Has Impacted Employees | Technology | Scoop.it

Few managers and employees view social media skills as being important to their jobs and when it comes to promoting.


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Jamie Brewer - Songbird (Official Video)

Filmed at Fanakis Coffee Shop on Friargate, Preston by Peter And The Wolf Productions - http://www.facebook.com/PeterAndTheWolfProductions Audio Recorded by ...
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Get ready to soar: A commercial jetpack is scheduled to arrive next year

Get ready to soar: A commercial jetpack is scheduled to arrive next year | Technology | Scoop.it
Let's be honest with each other – we've both daydreamed about zipping through the skies on a futuristic jetpack. That dream is now very close to reality, as Martin Aircraft claims ...
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Avoiding the mobile data traffic jam | The Hill's Congress Blog

Avoiding the mobile data traffic jam | The Hill's Congress Blog | Technology | Scoop.it

Every weeknight around 9 p.m. local time, in each of the largest cities across the nation, there is a traffic jam.  Not on our freeways and highways, but on cellular and Wi-Fi networks. Parents are researching last minute summer vacations.  Teens are video chatting with friends from school.  People of all ages are streaming content for evening entertainment.  And, increasingly, they’re doing this on smart phones, tablets, laptops and other mobile devices.

 

Going forward, we can only expect that mobile data traffic will grow.  More email.  More apps.  And, especially, more video.  And so the traffic is just going to get worse.  In fact, total mobile traffic is expected to increase nine-fold within the next five years.

To put this in context, imagine the Washington Beltway at rush-hour.  That’s basically what wireless networks are today.  Sometimes open road; but frequently congested, especially at peak hours.

Now imagine adding 50% more traffic to the Beltway each year for the next five years – a nine-fold increase.  You’d get grinding gridlock, with major delays… frustration, anger, and a major loss of productivity.

 

Those same effects will occur if Congress and the FCC don’t act to address the looming spectrum crunch, which will take place because mobile data traffic in the United States will be 687 times greater in 2017 than it was in 2007. 

We already feel the crunch today, particularly when thousands of people are texting photos from an NFL game or more importantly, in times of crisis, when we all try to reach out to loved ones.

Just a few years ago, mobile data traffic was at relatively low levels, the product of a handful of text messages, mostly by our teenagers.


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