3 Tips to Find the Right Chemistry App to Help You With Learning

This is a guest post by Camila Grace. If you are new to the chemistry world or a seasoned student, there are applications for each and everyone in between that can make learning easy and portable. But there is a lot out there so you do you know how to find the right app for […]

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Everything Marketers Need to Know About the Future of Web Development

This is a guest post by Creaa Design. The online marketing arena often emerges as an ambiguous sight regarding the change in trends and most preferable idea for web designing that could keep up great performances for websites. Undeniably, everyone’s continually striving to either maintain or attain the “no.1” preference. Well, with popping up of […]

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Reasons for Best Career Move in Big Data

This is a guest post by Madan Upadhyay. Introduction It is tough to neglect Big Data in today’s world. It is highly valued and the results from it. News media admires the evidence obtained from Big Data in economics as well. Industries are highly pleased with the commitments of Big Data. As a result of […]

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Next Generation: Artificial Intelligence and Machine Learning

This is a guest post by Ethan Gilmore About Artificial Intelligence and Machine Learning As the name suggests, artificial intelligence is something artificial and exists contrary to the natural intelligence possessed by living beings.  Humans are greatly fascinated by the discovery of this branch of science that can make computers and robotics to think, learn, […]

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Quotable #68: Computers

“The good news about computers is that they do what you tell them to do. The bad news is that they do what you tell them to do.” — Ted Nelson. “Any fool can use a computer. Many do.” — Ibid. “They say that computers can’t think, but I have one that does. It thinks […]

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Murphy’s Concise Definitions of Computer-Related Terms

Backup — An operation that is never performed on time. Blue Screen of Death (BSOD) — The most successful program produced by Microsoft since it always works. Bug Fixes — A mechanism employed by software developers to fix existing bugs while adding new ones. Cable — The part of a computer system that is too […]

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I Finally Found Out Where Those Spams Are Coming From

Spams are annoying, and unfortunately, I have no choice but to deal with them. My blog has been bombarded by spams since the day I gained some readers. As time goes by, it became worse. For instance, I just cleared my spam folder last Sunday and now, it has more than 200 blocked comments. So, […]

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6 Steps To Succeed In Teaching With Technology

This is a guest post by Katrina D. Keller. Everyone wants to use technology in the classroom, but it is the uneasy relationship many schools and teachers have with technology that is discouraging its adoption. Most bear the notion that technology distracts students and decreases their engagement in the classrooms.  However, many teachers and educators […]

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Some More Tech-Related Headaches

The day before yesterday, I talked about a few troublesome tech problems that happened to me last week. I thought that my ordeal with technological annoyances is over, at least for a while. However, my optimism proved me wrong. Earlier, when I was using my computer, I encountered a BSOD (Blue Screen of Death). Once […]

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Does That Sound Familiar?

Murray Leinster, in his 1946 science fiction story entitled A Logic Named Joe, seemed to anticipate the advent of the Internet. Most of his description of what would be called the Internet in the near future were spot on. Here is an extract:

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