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12 simple ways you can use the web to improve your life for free

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There are so many ways to make your life a little bit easier using the Internet, without paying for it and with minimal effort. Those ways are countless, so we’ve narrowed a few down. Technology should make living life simpler: read on for 12 ways that it does. 1. Don’t...
12 simple ways you can use the web to improve your life for free
Google flushes heat from data center with toilet water
WeWork Lab’s hip SF pre-incubator space opens its doors

Popularity of Nordic data centers rising fast, survey says

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According to a new industry survey, the United States remains the most popular country for data center hosting. The new data from Cushman & Wakefield and Hurleypalmerflatt shows that while the United Kingdom and Germany hold the next two spots, Nordic countries are on the rise. Sweden and Finland...
Popularity of Nordic data centers rising fast, survey says

On the road: Mercedes Benz SLK 250 CDI Sport Edition 125 – review

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'This car arrives soon after the number of members in my family increases from two to three, one more than the number of seats'The timing of this one's arrival couldn't be much worse. First, the weather has just changed, from that lovely early spring we had to a more genuine British April, complete with...
On the road: Mercedes Benz SLK 250 CDI Sport Edition 125 – review

Here Are 12 Ways To Make Your iPhone Feel Brand-New

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Is your iPhone feeling stale? There's an app for that.  If you just bought an iPhone 5, sticking to the same old apps doesn't make the experience fresh. And if you're sticking with your old model, new apps are a great way to feel like you're keeping up with the...
Here Are 12 Ways To Make Your iPhone Feel Brand-New

Gillmor Gang: Spring Training

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The Gillmor Gang — Doc Searls, Robert Scoble, Kevin Marks, and Steve Gillmor — takes turns sizing up the new season. With Steve Ballmer running out of room and close to the warning track, we talk about who might be called up from the minors. The consensus is that...
Gillmor Gang: Spring Training

Yahoo launches Mail app for iPad, Android tablets

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The Yahoo Mail app extends its reach to the iPad and Android tablets, while a new Yahoo Weather app showers down upon the iPhone. [Read more]...
Yahoo launches Mail app for iPad, Android tablets

Sleeping in a car and asking for showers on Twitter is the new ramen

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Rent in the San Francisco area is pretty high, but that’s not stopping Kurt Varner from chasing his dreams to build his startup DailyToaster. Instead of asking friends-of-friends for a place to crash, the Los Angeles native has decided to work out of coworking spaces and sleep in his Honda...
Sleeping in a car and asking for showers on Twitter is the new ramen

Photo: sweethomestyle:This is where the childlike empress from The Neverending Story showers today. http://tumblr.com/xxp8r5b85

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Photo: sweethomestyle:This is where the childlike empress from The Neverending Story showers today. http://tumblr.com/xxp8r5b85

Three Shower Speakers to Get You Moving in the Morning

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Years ago, I had a water-resistant radio shaped like a monkey that hung in the shower. Its blasts of news and music got me going in the morning as much as the hot water did. My apartment neighbors probably loved it, too. The waterlogged plastic monkey eventually stopped working. And...
Three Shower Speakers to Get You Moving in the Morning
15% of iPhone owners would rather give up sex than go without their phones

'Social Proof' Is The New Street Cred For Landing Major Investors

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How do teenagers and twenty-year olds land huge investment deals? "Investors are looking for 'social proof' and that doesn't necessarily have to come from working at a hot startup before," says General Assembly co-founder Brad Hargreaves, 25, who started his first company in college. Watch below the Startup 2012 panel...
'Social Proof' Is The New Street Cred For Landing Major Investors

Rain-making lasers could trigger showers on demand : Nature News

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Rain-making lasers could trigger showers on demand : Nature News
Things 2.0 takes Cloud syncing out of protracted beta, showers you with new features
Why I Don't Worry About Missing Burning Man
Google Campus, a startup Petri dish, to open in London's Tech City on Thursday

iShower is ready to get wet: water-resistant Bluetooth speaker now shipping for $100

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Move over, Pantene, because you may need to make room for a new addition to showers across the globe. That's because the iShower, a water-resistant music system for use as you get squeaky clean, is now shipping for $100. Despite its name, the iShower should have no trouble playing...
iShower is ready to get wet: water-resistant Bluetooth speaker now shipping for $100

Genius Suction Cup Shower Bag Makes Dorm Bathrooms Infinitely Less Gross [Desired]

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The Vessell shower bag from Quirky is ostensibly for travelers and folks who need to be able to lug their toiletries around with them, but might actually be an incredible way to deal with the disgusting showers in dorms and college houses. More »...
Genius Suction Cup Shower Bag Makes Dorm Bathrooms Infinitely Less Gross [Desired]
re:route app launches in London to reward iPhone users who walk or cycle to work

Startup of the Week: Camp in my Garden - AirBnB meets the outdoors

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Ever camped in your backyard as a kid?  UK-based startup Camp in my Garden is reviving that rustic charm by allowing homeowners to offer up their gardens as campgrounds to anyone for a reasonable price. Think of it as AirBnB meets the outdoors. Campinmygarden.com is the brainchild of Victoria Webbon...
Startup of the Week: Camp in my Garden - AirBnB meets the outdoors

Cloud bacteria brings May showers

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Recent evidence suggests that bacteria in clouds may have evolved the ability to make it rain as a way of dispersing themselves around the globe. The theory-called bioprecipitation-was pioneered by David Sands, a plant pathologist at Montana State University, in the 1980s. But little information existed on how the rainmaking...
Cloud bacteria brings May showers

Brad Hargreaves: I Raised $2 Million Too Much When I Was Young And Foolish

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General Assembly, a school for aspiring entrepreneurs, was cofounded by 25-year-old Brad Hargreaves last year and it's his third startup. Hargreaves founded two other companies while he was in college. For the second, GoCrossCampus, he and his cofounders raised $2 million with no product and no concept of how to...
Brad Hargreaves: I Raised $2 Million Too Much When I Was Young And Foolish

Hey Startups, Here's How To Budget All That Money You've Just Raised

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Fab.com has grown exponentially since its pivot just over a year ago. While the new company eventually raised impressive rounds, its founders figured out how to balance their budget efficiently and maximize their funds. Watch below an excerpt from our keynote interview with Fab CEO Jason Goldberg at Startup 2012,...
Hey Startups, Here's How To Budget All That Money You've Just Raised

Conan bares the naked truth about the iPad

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His Team Coco mock ad gets dirty and comes clean with fast-moving images of torsos, showers, and a banana. [Read more]...
Conan bares the naked truth about the iPad

Meet 19-Year-Old Wunderkind Sahil Lavingia Who Silicon Valley Showers With Money

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Sahil Lavingia is only 19 but already has a solid reputation in the startup industry. A college dropout who has lived around the world, Lavingia was the second employee and leading designer at Pinterest. In February, at the peak of the Pinterest craze, he left the company to start his...
Meet 19-Year-Old Wunderkind Sahil Lavingia Who Silicon Valley Showers With Money
Netflix gets it: Arrested Development’s 10 new episodes premiering at the same time
Klout In The Airport: A High Score Gets You Into Cathay Pacific’s SFO Lounge
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