Group chats with Bindle

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There are tons of way to have group chats, and a newcomer (at least to me) is Bindle Chat. Offering an iOS and Android client, Bindle allows you to create private and public chat rooms based around a hashtag. In my limited testing, it appears to work pretty well, and could be used for various mobile […]

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Interactive whiteboards are dead

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SMART Technologies received a warning from the NASDAQ that the company was in danger of being delisted. The reason was that it hasn't been able to maintain $1.00 price per share on it's stock, which at this moment is at $.24 per share. Does this mean that SMART Technologies is dead? Probably not. They've already […]

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Teaching an old Macbook Pro new tricks

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In the past year and a half I have been running Linux on an Lenovo Ideapad. It worked really well, but I was missing a couple of things. One was wireless mirroring. My workaround was to use Chrome and a Chromecast, but it wasn’t as smooth as I would like. I was also missing some […]

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100 years of the greatest equation ever created

General relativity: 100 years of the most beautiful theory ever created It stands among the most famous theories ever created, but the general theory of relativity did not spring into being with a single, astonishing paper like the special theory of relativity in 1905. Instead, general relativity’s birth was more chaotic, involving a handful of lectures, […]

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