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2013 June Newsletter – News that Rocked the Web

Web news

From Google’s revelation of ‘Project Loon’, said to provide Internet to 4.7 billion people via balloons delivering 3G (or better!) speeds to the masses, to Facebook’s new addition: the #Hashtag. Here is the recap of what happened in the month of June 2013 on the Internet and the best tips and reviews of all things tech in case you missed it…

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2013 July Newsletter – News that Rocked the Web

Web news

From Google’s plan to spend $500 million marketing the new Moto X phone, to Samsung’s ‘Cheating’ Galaxy S4 benchmarks (Samsung designed its Galaxy S4 chip to perform better in tests used by reviewers, versus in real-life situations). Here is the recap of what happened in the month of July 2013 on the Internet and the best tips and reviews of all things tech in case you missed it. And our Director of Marketing was featured in iPhone life magazine this month (see photo). Lots to share in the world of web this month…

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2013 August Newsletter – Tech News Recap

Web news

As Summer comes to a close, and the dog days are over, we reflect back on a busy month that rocked the web. From Starbucks ditching AT&T’s Internet system and replacing it in over 7,000 stores with Google’s super fast Internet, to Apple’s next iPhone (the iPhone 5s & iPhone 5c) leaking everywhere. Here is the tech news recap for August 2013 in case you missed it…

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2013 December Newsletter – News That Rocked The Web

Holiday keyboard

2013 comes to a close with some exciting news from the tech world. From a very innovative way to take pictures (by blinking) brought to you by Google Glass, to those pesky auto-play video ads that could soon flood your Facebook. And don’t forget the month can’t be complete without a hack from…? You guessed it. The NSA! This time they hit gamers. In case you missed these and other cool tech stories, here is the tech news recap for December 2013. Ending the year with lots of exciting news and rumors…

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SXSW Interactive 2014: Celebrating 20 Years

Swag at SXSW 2014

They say everything is bigger in Texas, and that is true for South By Southwest (SXSW) in 2014. Celebrating its 20th year, the SXSW Interactive Conference continues to keep getting better and better. In recent years, SXSW has expanded above and beyond its bread and butter of music, film and interactive into new topic areas including sports, security, education and gaming. Technology has become the common thread in all of the sessions, as it has gone from being an afterthought to the forefront of society, no matter what industry you are in. At SXSW you are sure to leave more informed, connected and likely a little more exhausted (but more motivated) than you were before you started. Find out why from our first-hand experience as well as quotes from many other attendees on why they loved this year’s event…

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To Follow or to No Follow? The Misuse of Rel NoFollow Tags

Arrows in circle

rel=”nofollow” tags were initially introduced by Google to help prevent comment spam. In other words, to prevent spammers from bombarding your site with links to their in the hope of gaining link popularity and Page Rank points. The problem is that many developers are using nofollow to “hoard PR” (hoard PageRank), which may hurt them in the long run…

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Homeless Hotspots Cause Controversy

Public wifi hotspot

With the economy in such poor shape, you would think that people would be praising any company that offered anyone a way to make money in a legal manner. A company that offered such an option with no skill requirement involved would be hearing their praises sung, right? And if such a company offered homeless people a way to make some money without panhandling, but by actually providing a service that required nothing more from them than to do what they normally do, wouldn’t they be satisfying bleeding hearts to no end? No. In fact, such a company would apparently be flooded with…

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Recap: New Media Expo Conference in Las Vegas

Team CSM at NMX

This year’s New Media Expo (formerly Blogworld) took place in the Convention (and outrageous fun!) capitol of the world, Las Vegas, NV, January 6-8, 2013, at the Rio Convention Center. There were a number of highlights and takeaways and for someone like me, who blogs professionally and personally, I thought it was a great way to kick off 2013. Nothing says new year like new media…

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