If you have a following of some size, then you do have power. And it’s great to hold that power, to be able to interact with people and share what you’re up to.
A Tumult Hype review. Hype is an HTML5 animating tool for Macs that destroys Adobe Flash. But is it the next best thing? Read more to find out!
Smartphones, the Internet, social media and emails are among the 10 biggest workplace distractions. This is how I get rid of my distractions.
Canada continues, year after year, to fall at the bottom of the pile in terms of services (call, text and data) and fees, according to the OECD. And we all know who the culprits are: big Canadian telecom companies like Rogers, Bell and Telus. Earlier this year, they even raised the prices due to an already fairly weak Canadian dollar (the loonie) taking a turn for the worst. But who’s the victim here? They want you to think it’s them.
Maybe I’m an old-school Debbie Downer (which is weird because it’s not like I’m 50 years old!) but for me productivity apps never quite made it into my heart, there to stay forever and ever. Nothing beats pen and paper for me. And yet, productivity apps are more powerful than ever now on the market.
Kpop is essentially what Motown used to be: a company trains and “fabricates” young people into becoming a whole nation’s idols, who actually have very little say in how they present their music to the masses. And still, it blew my mind. I’ll leave you to chew on that.