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I first came to the U.S. with my family in 1998 to avoid the violence in my home country, Colombia. But without any way to get visas, much of my family had to return. Fortunately, I was able to stay in America and moved to Miami, where I…
My fellow inbound marketer Sam Mallikarjunan is an internet and social media junkie — always connected, always checking in, always tweeting, always emailing. He went on a cruise with no internet for a week, and had to leave his cell phone and computer at home. Here’s how it went. Read more
Anjan Contractor’s 3D food printer might evoke visions of the “replicator” popularized in Star Trek, from which Captain Picard was constantly interrupting himself to order tea. And indeed Contractor’s company, Systems & Materials Research Corporation, just got a six month, $125,000 grant from NASA to create a prototype of his universal food synthesizer
But Contractor, a mechanical engineer with a background in 3D printing, envisions a much more mundane—and ultimately more important—use for…
A category 4 tornado swept through Oklahoma City and its suburbs Monday, overflowing social media accounts with images and videos of the overwhelming destruction
But University of Central Oklahoma student Levont’e D. Douglas managed to vine a moment of calming and reassuring beauty after the storm — a rainbow
Reports say that the tornado has killed at least 24 people and at least 145 people have been injured. The city continues…
If you’re drinking the inbound marketing Kool-Aid and regularly publishing content online, there’s a good chance you may have experienced content theft at one point or another. Many of us are all too familiar with the feelings that follow the discovery of content thievery: your stomach drops, quickly followed by thoughts of “Why me?” Then the anger sets in.
A Facebook group is helping the victims of the massive Oklahoma tornado, which killed 51 people and left many homeless, get their belongings back
On its trail of destruction, the tornado has blown debris from houses — including people’s personal belongings and important documents — many miles away.
The Facebook group asks members to post photos of any items or documents that were blown into their yard, so that they can be returned to the rightful owners
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