Stylus have come a long way for tablets, such as the iPad. Stylus use to be a rubber ended stick not made for smooth writing or drawing, especially decent sketches. A number of Kickstarters began to create a better stylus, such as Jot …

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I’m always finding new gadgets to play with or to help keep my life a little more organized. Last week I found a great idea for all the extra cords I have stuffed into my backpack. Recoil Winders make it …

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Startup Weekend Orlando #sworl is returning to Orlando, helping startups form, build, and pitch over a weekend (54 hours). On April 12-14th, Startup Weekend Orlando will take over the Seminole State College Heathrow Campus with dozens of new startup ideas …

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The very first EdCamp Orlando was quickly develop in order to start create an environment of educational innovation and sharing in a style very similar to BarCamps or an UNconference. UNconferences are host to have people signed up in the …

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Do you really keep a Rolodex of all those business cards you get from meeting, conferences, and random sales people? I didn’t think so. The iPhone app called CardMunch by LinkedIn might be a great solution to scan business cards …

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Yesterday, Google announced that it is saying goodbye to its service Google Reader in July. The Google Reader community is understandably frustrated  I haven’t heavily relied on Google Reader, but it is very hard to find a good and reliable reader …

Google Reader Will Be Closing Its Doors But Here Are Some Alternatives Read more »

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