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The 10 most expensive cities for hiring tech talent

Wondering where to make your next tech hires? According to a report from CBRE Research evaluating tech talent markets in 50 U.S. and Canadian markets, some of the most concentrated areas of tech talent are also the most expensive cities for businesses... Read More

The Latest News on Concussions May Help You Recover Faster

By Joy Stephenson-Laws, JD (Proactive Health Labs)    Whether you are a concerned parent or family member of a football player, someone who has had a concussion or just someone who wants to be more informed, this blog will help you know more than... Read More

Over 20% of U.S. Broadband Households Have a Technical Support Subscription

New research by Parks Associates reveals more than one-fifth of U.S. broadband households have a technical support subscription. According to 360 View: Supporting the Connected Consumers, Best Buy is currently the leading provider of technical... Read More

The Essential Audacity Radio Editing Guide for Beginners

Sometimes recorded audio might not sound right. Whether that’s a distant noise in the background, dead air, or it’s too quiet in parts. It’s best to polish these blemishes out so you’re left with professional sounding audio. Follow this... Read More

.@SPORTSENGINE Launches North America’s Largest Youth Sports Directory Serving Parents And Youth Athletes

SportsEngine, Inc., an NBC Sports Group company, is launching North America’s largest youth sports directory, where parents can search and compare youth sports programs in their areas. Available today, just in time for kids heading back to school,... Read More

4 Reasons To Encourage Meditation At Work

The co-worker two cubicles down who appears to be nodding off may not be indulging an afternoon nap after all. Instead, he or she could be in a state of meditation, and the bosses likely are happy about that – or at least they should... Read More

Are You Misguided In Your Headache Treatment?

You May Be Missing The Root Of The Problem, Doctor Says It’s human nature to want to take the shortest route to ending debilitating pain, and that’s part of why the pharmaceutical industry makes its hundreds of billions of dollars each year, says... Read More

10 things confident people won’t do

In The Empire Strikes Back, when Yoda is training Luke to be a Jedi, he demonstrates the power of the Force by raising an X-wing fighter from a swamp. Luke mutters, “I don’t believe it.” Yoda replies, “That is why you fail.” As usual, Yoda... Read More

What Steps Should I Take After a Massive Data Breach?

Times have changed. Today, information is a currency unto itself. And using stolen access to small office networks can often be just as valuable as the data that might be stored there. Unlike larger corporate networks, many small businesses don’t... Read More

Roof Replacement: 3 Must-Know Tips – @HomeAdvisor

A leaking roof is the most obvious sign that it’s time for a roof replacement, but it’s hardly the only one. Identifying smaller problems before they become big ones can prevent water damage and save you money on your roof replacement... Read More

Ten Myths about Child Sexual Abuse: How to Keep Children Safe at School

This is no myth: Being a parent is hard. We live in a world of 24-hour news channels and the Internet, both chock-full of scary stories about children, violence, sexual abuse and scandal. No wonder we are wracked with fear. But did you know that by... Read More

Sports Injuries & Concussions

A concussion is a traumatic brain injury (TBI) caused by a bump or blow to the head or a hit to the body that causes the brain to move rapidly. This sudden movement of the brain can cause damage to brain cells and create chemical changes in the... Read More

How to spot a credit card skimmer at the gas pump or ATM

It’s happening a lot more often than people are catching it. Identity thieves are attaching card skimmers to ATMs and gas pumps, stealing the bank account information of every person who visits afterward. Some card users might be worried... Read More

5 Podcasting Errors To Avoid – @Spreaker

Do you ever look back to when you were starting out podcasting and kick yourself over things you wish you had done differently? Stuff that you later figured out were making it hard for your podcast take off? Setting up a podcast is a learning... Read More

Bug bites: Avoid the itch and scratch

Ouch! Once again it’s bug bite season. While some insect bites create a minor itchy spot, others can make you seriously sick. Knowing what bugs are in your area, how to protect against bites and what to do if you are bitten is important for everyone... Read More

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