“Obstacles are those frightful things you see when you take your eyes off the goal.” – Henry Ford


Apple says it had its best quarter ever in education sales, selling more than $1 billion worth of products. A huge chunk of that revenue can be credited to iPads. Apple said iPads accounted for 90% of tablet activations last quarter, with the iPad overall holding a 94% share of the education market for tablets. […]

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Get the rest of the original recipe here! * Text and image from http://theyumyumfactor.blogspot.ca Ingredients: *2 cups bubble chicken stock 1 serving rice vermicelli (you determine what one serving looks like to you, as always, I don’t judge) 1 handful brocolli florets 1 small chunk of yellow and orange pepper, sliced into strips 1 small chunk […]


Get the original recipe from here! * Text and image from http://www.sweetsociety.com To Make The Puff Shell 1 cup (227g) unsalted butter – room temperature 2 cups (280g) all-purpose flour 1/2 cup (58g) powdered sugar To Make The Filling 8 oz (226g) cream cheese – softened 1/2 cup (100g) granulated sugar 8 oz (227g) Cool Whip […]


Purrrty rulers! Check them out here! * Text and image from http://hayshop.dk


There’s a storm coming. It’s a storm of goofy personalized comics, and it’s going to spread like a slightly annoying wildfire through your Facebook News Feed — if it hasn’t already. We’re talking, of course, about Bitstrips. If you don’t recognize the name, you likely recognize the pictures. Bitstrips are the shareable, customizable comics all […]

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At the start of October, Adobe quietly explained that hackers had acquired data from three million of its customers’ accounts. Now, it’s admitted that that the number is actually in excess of 38 million. Adobe has admitted that hackers have snatched over 38 million Adobe IDs and encrypted passwords, along with credit card information, reports […]


In a world where customers’ criticisms can reach thousands of their “friends” in an instant, companies are (rightfully) worried that one disgruntled customer can wreak havoc on a brand – at least temporarily. Managers must walk a fine line between satisfying customers’ expectations and protecting their team members from what can quickly become hostile encounters […]


Mobile advertising drove Facebook’s impressive growth in Q2 as the company continued to increase monthly active user numbers north of the one billion mark. For Q3 2013, the social network beat analysts’ expectations once more with $2.02 billion in revenue for the period. Daily active users for the month of September averaged 728 million (a […]


Setting a new milestone in the evolution of the smartphone, LG Electronics (LG) today officially took the wraps off the LG G Flex, a smartphone curved to follow the contour of the face, the first device to offer such a design in the smartphone market. The latest device in LG’s premium G Series, the G […]


A flavor memory from childhood; the sweet, tartness of a perfectly ripe raspberry; the smell of a freshly made peanut butter and jelly sandwich (with the crusts removed, of course). We’re inspired every day by unique culinary ingredients and the distinctive aromas and flavors they provide. That’s why we only use real, natural ingredients like […]


9 oz. of premium raw honey in an Italian glass ice wine bottle, with the top and neck of the bottle hand dipped in pure, unbleached beeswax. Every bottle’s seal looks a little different, but every bottle of honey is delicious. The closure is a classic, one-piece “t-top” that doesn’t require a corkscrew and easily […]


For many years the Kronan bike have been appreciated by many swedes for its simple, robust and clever design. Kronan is designed like the traditional swedish military bikes, which means it automatically is something all swedes can relate to and appreciate. We at People People love this bike, but we also think it’s a bit […]


PC maker Lenovo tweeted a picture on Tuesday of its newest employee, and the face on the accompanying staffer ID card may surprise you. Ashton Kutcher, who recently played Apple co-founder Steve Jobs in the film Jobs, is listed as the company’s latest “product engineer.” Read the rest of the original article here! * Text […]


Mozilla today officially launched Firefox 25 for Windows, Mac, Linux, and Android. Additions include Web Audio API support, as well as guest browsing and mixed content blocking on Android. The new desktop version was available on the organization’s FTP servers last night, but that was just the initial release of the installers. Firefox 25 has […]


Twitter has expanded image previews for timelines on the Web and its Android and iOS apps. The new feature affects photos and Vine videos. Check it out here! * Text and image from http://thenextweb.com


Google+ announced 18 new features on Tuesday, including multiple updates to Hangouts and additional tools for users who utilize the site for photographs. The updates will roll out in the “coming days,” according to a spokesperson. Google+ also shared new user metrics, confirming that the site has 540 million active users if you count log-ins […]


If you’ve been to this site in the last few weeks, you might remember Phoneblocks. They had a cool idea that would see you swap out parts of your phone based on your needs as a user. It was pie in sky at the time, but now Google-owned Motorola wants to make it a reality. […]


The legacy of the late Apple cofounder Steve Jobs just got a little richer on Monday. The garage where he started Apple with Steve Wozniak has been named as a historic site. Located in Silicon Valley, the modest house at 2066 Crist Dr. in Los Altos, Calif., was the place where Jobs and Wozniak, along […]


Each day brings fresh confirmation that giving away any information means you’re giving all of it away, thanks to algorithms that crunch your language use, purchasing habits, friend structure and other bits of information. And now big data can see inside your heart. The latest offering from Facebook’s data-science team teases out who is romantically […]