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Facebook Should Built It’s Own Browser

I’ve been forming an opinion lately that Facebook should go ahead and build it’s own browser. Let’s called it The Facebook Browser Why?  You ask… It’s simple. Facebook has 500 million users, over 220 million users login daily, over 2o0 million access the social network via their mobile phone, and by the year 2012 it […]

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Building Followers By Following On Twitter Is Over

It used to be that on Twitter, you could dramatically increase your followers by simply following a bunch a people. Twitter’s magic would unfold as you followed people and your follower number would continually increase, so long as you continued to build the number of people you follow. Well, for those of you lately that […]

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Microsoft Windows Turns 25 Today – Happy Birthday Windows

It’s almost hard to believe! You’ve grown up so fast… all the memories we’ve shared. It seems like just yesterday that I was filling up all those floppy drives! Ok… enough of my reminiscing. Today, the Microsoft Windows operating system turns 25 years old. Windows 1.0 arrived on the scene on November 20th, 1985. Since […]

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Free Pumpkin Carving Templates, Patterns, & Stencils

It’s that time of the year again, and pumpkins are in full swing here in my hometown. I love driving around an seeing all the different pumpkin carving designs around my neighborhood. Some are really creative, and it’s great to see how some people can pull off such amazing carving feats. If you’ve been looking […]

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Tropical Storm Hermine Update

The eighth named tropical storm of this season – Tropical Storm Hermine – was given it’s name officially early this morning. Although Tropic Storm Hermine can advance into a hurricane, the storm system is so close to the Mexico / southern Texas coastline that forecaster are not predicting or expecting anything major from Hermine. Hermine is […]

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Hurricane Earl Update & Live Tracking Map

Hurricane Earl is weakening as it pushes north up the east coast. The eye of the storm remains off to the east of the coast and is preventing a direct hit of the storm on the United States coast line. Up here in New York, the skies are overcast and rain is expected tomorrow (Saturday). […]

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Image of Hurricane Danielle’s Path

Hurricane Danielle is currently about 710 miles east or the nothern Leeward Islands and has strengthened from yesterday’s max sustained winds of 75 MPH to max sustained winds of 85 MPG. Danielle is now moving west-northwest at 17 mph. The threat to the United States is nominal, according to hurricane experts. The United States is not […]