Monthly Archives: February 2015
William Shatner took to Twitter on Saturday to express his regret over having to miss Leonard Nimoy’s funeral.
Though the two “Star Trek” actors were very close friends, Shatner explained in a series of tweets that he won’t be able to attend Nimoy’s funeral on Sunday, due to Read More
They also thought Kim’s booty broke the Internet. In the noisy, crowded social media world, anything that can captivate an audience’s attention is golden. Of course, by now, everyone knows what #TheDress is…someone today called me and simply said, “Ok, what color do you think it is?”
THAT’s Read More
A couple of weeks ago, I went to Newton South High School to see Herbie Ziskend give a speech to a group of 50+ year olds about the current state of news. His compelling speech broke the fact to the group that physical newspapers as they have existed for hundreds Read More
Warren Buffett is a fan of Airbnb.
The billionaire business magnate, who serves as chairman and chief executive of Berkshire Hathaway, endorsed the room-sharing startup in a Saturday morning letter to shareholders.
The so-called Oracle of Omaha suggested the 7-year-old service, which allows users to rent lodging to each other Read More
February has been a busy month for launching and updating apps for the Android platform. The following list shows a huge variety of genres from location based maps to productivity, imaging and even an app that cares about your psychological well-being.
Citymaps, the social mapping platform, has launched on Android, joining Read More
Despite that February is a short month, there’s been a veritable explosion of new iPhone and iPad apps. In fact, iOS users have been kept super busy trying out everything from social networking and games to some awesome photography and artistic debuts. Here’s 10 of our favorites.
Vurb is a handy Read More
Janet Choi is the Marketing Manager at Customer.io. This post originally appeared on the Customer.io blog.
Adam Grant, a professor at Wharton and author of the bestseller Give and Take, is a busy guy. Yet he’s incredibly responsive to email. In fact, he’s famous for Read More
It is no surprise to anyone that service providers need to find new sources of revenue and increase profitability. The digital, cloud and as-a-service revolution provides a silver lining.
As IT organizations feel the tension that comes from a combination of aging legacy B2B infrastructure, changing business mandates and rapidly Read More