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The future of handwriting

From the ancient scripts of Sumerian 3,000 years before Christ, through the dawn of the Greek alphabet and onto the ballpoint-toting, crossword-puzzling of the 20th century, handwriting has played a massive part in the development of the human race. Long before Gutenberg arrived on the scene in the fifteenth century with his fancy printing press, people were penning everything from prayers and poems to mantras and memoirs. And everything in between. Read rest of original article from here * Image from

Most Students Want to Access Textbooks on Tablets

With back-to-school season here, kids aren’t the only ones leaving the house this fall: money is also flowing from parents’ wallets for pricey textbooks. A new report from Nielsen found that 71% of students who use tablets are interested in accessing textbooks on them. Google is one example of a company listening to this emerging demand. Students can now rent or buy digital textbooks via Google Play. Among tablet owners over age 13 who use their device at school, Nielsen said 51% use it for searching the Internet, as illustrated in the chart below. Tablet owners at school are also using email (46%), reading books (42%), taking notes (40%) and completing homework/school assignments (30%). For kids under 11, 78% of tablet-owning parents report letting these younger children play with tablets at home, according to Nielsen. Many of these parents (54%) say their kids are using the tablets “for educational purposes.” But even some parents are expressing demand for more educational content. One in five parents who don’t allow their children to play with tablets said they would “if there was more educational content on them,” Nielsen reported. Read rest of original article from here * Image from

Who Will the Next Billion Internet Users Be?

From our calendars to our bank statements to our social lives, we live online. Internet has so permeated our culture that it’s hard to imagine a world without memes, Facebook or email. Across the globe, 2.4 billion people are Internet users, a number that is expected to grow to 2.7 billion by the end of 2013. This expansion of the Internet shrinks the globe, bringing brands closer to new audiences in new areas. So who will these next users be? Where will they come from? And what sort of engagement can your brand expect from them? This infographic from can provide some insight. Read rest of original article from here * Image from

Mini Madness White Chocolate Fudge

Ingredients For the cups: 2/3 cup Vanilla Wafer crumbs (use a food processor or rolling pin to create the crumbs) 1/4 cup unbleached all-purpose flour 5 tablespoons butter, melted and slightly cooled 2 egg whites 3/4 cup powdered sugar 1 teaspoon vanilla extract 1/4 teaspoon kosher salt For the pudding: 3 cups whole milk 3 large eggs 3/4 cup sugar 1/3 cup unbleached all-purpose flour 2 tablespoons unsalted butter 2 teaspoons vanilla extract For the whipped cream: 1 cup heavy cream 2 tablespoons sugar Remaining ingredients for assembly: 3 bananas, sliced Shaved dark chocolate, for garnish Mint leaves, for garnish Find the rest of the recipe from here! * Image from

Mini Madness White Chocolate Fudge

Ingredients one 14 oz can of sweetened condensed milk 3 cups Nestle white chocolate chips (18 oz white chocolate) 1 tsp vanilla extract (optional) 2 heaping cups mini chocolate candies (I used Rolo, Kit Kat, Milky Way and Reese’s) Find the rest of the recipe from here! * Image from

Cucumber Limeade

Ingredients: 4 huge cucumbers (about 4 heaping cups) 1 1/2 cups lime juice 2 cups sugar 1 cup water 16 cups of cold water ( about a gallon) Find the rest of the recipe from here! * Image from

Shazam App

Holy schmoly this tune is awesome! Who is this band? Sometimes your just walking along and you hear a really great song but you have no idea who is singing … just whip out your Shazam app and let it analyse (in real-time) who the song is by and where you can get it! Magic? Voodoo? No its just Shazam! Download from iTunes Download from Google Play * Text from iTunes

Discover App

Gee that was a good App, it kinda does what I need it to but it still doesn’t do everything that I need … the answer? Discovr.. is a App that allows you to search for ‘like’ or ‘similar’ Apps to what you are looking for! BANG! Now you can find the App you want that does what you want! Download from iTunes * Text from iTunes

Appshopper Social

The Apps in the iTunes store prices are constantly in flux and changing, one week it could $0.99 another free for short time! So if you are time poor but App addicted, check out the Appshoper (FREE) which categories Apps for you, tells you what’s FREE for a short while and any price drops! Download from iTunes * Text from iTunes