Google Doodle Honors Computer Visionary Ada Lovelace

Computer Visionary, Ada Lovelace

It’s always fascinating to learn about the latest Google Doodle.  Today Google is honoring Ada Lovelace, a mathematician and computer visionary who believed computers were more than just number crunchers. December 10, 1815 marks Ada’s birthday and according to CNET, she is best known for her contributions toward Charles Babbage’s Analytical Engine, Designed but never actually built […]

Back to School: Bringing Innovation Into The Dorm Room


Heading back-to-school isn’t just about the latest and greatest in school supplies, it’s also about the time in a student’s life when they are coming into their own and putting their future paths in motion. Whether it’s the dorm room at school or the bedroom at their parents’ home, this space is officially the innovation […]

Phone Flair: Jewelry For Your Cell Phone or Tablet


Jewelry For Your Cell Phone or Tablet: Sparkles aren’t just for wearing, but for your phone as well. Thanks to JackGems, your phone can be just as stylish as you are. JackGems are a new luxury tech accessory for smart phones and tablets. Decorate your phone with your favorite color and sparkle! The Swarovski crystal-encrusted plug […]

Do’s and Don’ts for Buying Electronics Online

Online payment

In-store purchasing of electronics is going the way of the horse and buggy. Best Buy recently announced the closure of 50 stores and experts are speculating the inevitable demise of the big-box company, thanks to stiff competition from e-retailers like Amazon. In 2011, Amazon’s revenue rose 69 percent in electronics and general merchandise sales alone, […]

8 Ways To Impact The Loss Of Face To Face Communication


I like and dislike social communication for the same reasons.   When I’m not in a mood for talking, Twitter’s 140 characters or less is the perfect solution.  But that’s no way to communicate.  I applaud technology for it’s innovation but have we gone too far? Stacey Hanke, a Chicago based management consultant and author […]

The NGLC Educates Latinos in Media, Marketing & Entertainment


The New Generation Latino Consortium( ), the only organization dedicated to educating and informing the business and entertainment worlds about the importance of the New Generation Latino (NGL) market, is hosting the fourth installment of the industry leading ‘NGLC Media, Marketing & Entertainment Conference’ at the Harvard Club of NYC on Monday April 11, 2011. We […]

Texting In Love: How Cell Phone Texting Can Save Your Relationship?


With so many celebrities getting busted for sexting, Relationship Coach Michael Fiore thinks lovebirds can use technology to spark a flame in their relationships. In some ways, electronic love mail or Love letters 2.0 are more romantic than love letters of the past because the contact is much more frequent so when you’re crazy-in-love you […]

Dealing with Rejection


It’s amazing how recently I’ve met people within the fashion industry that take a look at my modeling website and they love what I’ve done and they feel like I’ve done so much. I’m not going to dispute that, but until I reach my goal I’ll always think of it as small potatoes. That’s not […]

5 Tech Questions Parents Should Ask Schools


As the role of technology as teaching aids continues to evolve, do you know how your school uses it in the classroom? What are the policies for Internet use? What about mobile devices? Is your school using a filter, and if so what are the monitoring policies? With back-to-school time right around the corner, now […]