Pinterest. It's a free for all, the perfect place to find visually stimulating images and then perform fast, repinning actions. Populate your online bulletin board (a.k.a. pinboard) with the inner visions of your mind. Just don't forget that you're probably frictionlessly sharing with Pinterest some of the same information you're already posting to Facebook and Twitter. "The idea is that by default, your information is shared between Facebook and Pinterest," says Security Researcher Cameron Camp. "It is semi-opaque as to what information Pinterest pulls from your Facebook."...
Android: Voice control seems to be spreading to just about every app these days and Dolphin—our favorite web browser for Android—wasn't about to be left out of the party. The latest release adds a feature called Sonar, allowing you to search the web with the power of your voice.
Cash-strapped schools can’t stop giving students the resources they need to learn and develop 21st century skills simply because budgets are tight. Luckily, educators can turn to free online resources to help them find and organize lesson plans, give students extra help in various subjects, and more.
It's hard to write a story or post about Pinterest and copyright law without at least one reader leaving a comment along the lines of "What about Tumblr?" Indeed, comparisons between the two sites are fairly obvious: while Tumblr is more of a blog platform and Pinterest is more of a link-sharing site, both are set up to allow users to easily share content they find on the Internet, and both do a great job of displaying visual content - whether or not the person sharing that content has rights to share that work. But Pinterest, in large part because...
We all know that February 29th only exists every four years, but do you know what exactly a year is? Or how we came to that measurement? Minute Phsyics does, and they're happy to enlighten you in their latest video.
When offered a smorgasbord of social media choices, college students have continually chosen Facebook as the best social site for class collaboration. And the reason is simple: Students are most familiar with Facebook.
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