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Gesture control, as you know, is not new, but it’s great when the feature is coming with a new laptop. With the new Sony VAIO 14P, the latest addition into the company’s E Series, you will be able to imagine that you are Obi-Wan Kenobi and flick through web pages, play music and adjust the volume by just waving your hands. The new Windows 7 laptop picks up your hand [...]

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Instagram The Timeline This infographic detailing the evolution of Instagram by Visually is powerful for a couple reasons, including the fact that the entire timeline is visualized through the use of Instagram photos.  From launching in 2010, to their first million users, and finally to the recent purchase of Instagram by Facebook this is a must read for any fans of the popular social app. “LinkedIn Introduces Targeted Updates and Follower [...]

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   Clever graphic designers love to use typography to explore the interaction between the look of type and what type actually says. In communicating a message, a balance has to be achieved between the visual and the verbal aspects of a design. Sometimes, however, designers explore the visual aspect of type to a much greater extent than the verbal. In these cases, the visual language does all the talking. This [...]

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Posted by randfish Are you and your content suffering from the blues after this long Winter? Well have no fear, warmer weather is here and it's time to overcome that winter of dis-"content". Today we will be talking about 5 ways to overcome the content fatigue you may be experiencing. After watching the videos, please share the ways you help keep your content fresh, unique, and successful. Video Transcription Howdy, [...]

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Whether they get new emails instantly on their BlackBerry or every fifteen minutes on their iPhone, the convenience of mobile devices means there is a very good chance that people are going to read the emails you send them on it instead of an actual computer. Because just about everyone falls into this category, you want to make sure that you aren’t losing potential leads as a result of their [...]

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Are you based in San Francisco and looking for your next career opportunity? If so, there may be a place for you on Mashable‘s growing sales team. We’re looking for smart, resourceful candidates with ad sales and digital media experience for our Director of West Coast Sales opening. The Director of West Coast Sales, based in Mashable‘s San Francisco office, will help take our thriving sales efforts to a new [...]

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Today, roughly 200 reporters, editors and technologists are gathering at the Googleplex in Mountain View for our first TechRaking summit. Co-hosted with the Center for Investigative Reporting, the oldest nonprofit investigative reporting organization in the United States, this gathering is meant to inspire muckraking by exploring tools that help reporters tell stories with greater interactivity, opportunities for long-form journalism to thrive in new mediums, best practices for verifying information and [...]

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Toshiba’s Thrive tablets were certainly not crowd favorites, and the company, after listening to customer complaints, has introduced a new line of tablets in the Excite line. It’s a good thing that they are changing their designs and bringing out pretty looking devices: the 7.7″ tablet which has the same AMOLED display on the Galaxy Tab 7.7 and the 10″ Excite with a resolution of 1280 x 800. But why [...]

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Going from a mid-sized company using SLDC, RAD, and the hybrid of other software development methodologies to a one-man shop was extremely difficult, to say the least. One would think that having the flexibility and autonomy of being an entrepreneur would prove otherwise. These advantages, ironically, were the root of my problems in getting my design projects done on time; I lacked the skills to manage my own projects by [...]

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Over the past few weeks, we’ve been working hard behind the scenes to create a central place for our Tuts+ readers to call “home”. Somewhere that shows you the latest content from across all our sites, allows you to filter only those tutorials that interest you, and shares a few statistics about the Tuts+ network. Today, we’re very excited to introduce the Tuts+ Hub — read on to find out [...]

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