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from http://lifehacker.com/ 183 days ago

The “KeySweeper” is a tiny, arduino-powered wireless sniffer that captures data sent by your wireless keyboard to its receiver. That’s right—it’s a keylogger, and it doesn’t have to be plugged into your computer to work. Read more...

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from http://lifehacker.com/ 183 days ago

Jalopnik The Ten Scariest Cars Ever Built | Gawker A Brief History of Evil Children in Horror Movies | Kotaku At First I Didn’t Succeed, So I Tried 45 More Times | Gizmodo Ken M Is The Most Epic Troll On The Internet Read more...

Posted under Technology
from http://lifehacker.com/ 183 days ago

It’s flu shot season again! You’ve no doubt seen the signs saying “walk right in, get a flu shot!” Before you impulsively obey that ad, find out the best places to get your flu shot this year.Read more...

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from http://lifehacker.com/ 183 days ago

Amazon is shutting down its daily deals site, Amazon Local. While it won’t sell any more deals after December 18, the vouchers you’ve bought on Amazon Local will still be valid past that deadline. [via TechCrunch]Read more...

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from http://lifehacker.com/ 183 days ago

In this breakfast upgrade, oatmeal cooks itself overnight and a hollowed-out cantaloupe serves as the bowl.Read more...

Posted under Marketing
from http://directmarketingobservations.com 183 days ago

Often times reading Twitter feeds can seem almost post-apocalyptic. A vast wasteland of nothing. You scroll through your feed and you see nothing redeeming. Fun fact, we used to refer to the World Wide Web with the same disdain. It essentially was the wild, wild, west where anything goes and ...

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from http://directmarketingobservations.com 183 days ago

About four years ago I wrote a post/checklist on what you should require when you hire your next social media rockstar. Recently I was asked to build a roles/responsibilities description for a client who had a similar ask and thus I thought my old post might help me in building ...

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from http://directmarketingobservations.com 183 days ago

I was recently speaking to an entrepreneurship/marketing class in Naples Florida about what it takes to get something from cradle to grave. The main idea hit me like a ton of bricks, so I’m going to share it with you. It’s quick, so relax. It’s as simple as this. It ...

Posted under Marketing
from http://directmarketingobservations.com 183 days ago

Sh*t is getting ready to hit the fan again. Just now on Twitter I was curious about the Ashley Madison scandal. So I did a trending hashtag search on the topic. I found it fascinating how it kind of exposed sunlight to the other side of or the ugly side ...

Posted under Marketing
from http://directmarketingobservations.com 183 days ago

It’s true, the internet has shortened our attention spans. We’d rather watch a video than have to read 400 words or more. As a digital marketer one of the great challenges is to figure out what your audience wants and then to package that into something that’s measurable and moves ...

Posted under Marketing
from http://directmarketingobservations.com 183 days ago

The world of the content marketer/social media marketer is changing. I had mentioned in a previous post how it resets every day. When it does reset, we no longer are responding to what our readers, followers and fan say as much as we’re responding to what the analytics tell us ...

Posted under Marketing
from http://directmarketingobservations.com 183 days ago

I promise you that what I’m about to say is worth reading. Before I elaborate though, let me stress that I am qualified to post something so link-baitish as this. I’ve been knee deep in social for the better part of 8 years. So much so, that it seems that ...

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from http://directmarketingobservations.com 183 days ago

I’m cutting to the chase. and feel free to disagree with me at any point when you think I’m wrong. Content curation tools are great. No really, they are, except all they do is pull the content in and that really is just half the battle. The content game played ...

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from http://directmarketingobservations.com 183 days ago

You’d think brands would know what the customer wanted at this stage of the game, right? It’s 2015 and companies left and right keep talking about their new mandate of delivering on a quality customer experience. providing a powerful and memorable customer experience, etc. etc… It’s almost as if what ...

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from http://directmarketingobservations.com 183 days ago

The short answer is no. The easy answer starts with Google’s Nest. Which is a smart thermostat. From there things have quickly spriraled out of control so to speak. In a short time The Internet of Things has become akin to what it was like when social media became a ...

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