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  • | LATIN PULSE | LatAm Trend Bulletin | October 2014
    9 Oct 2014 | 7:13 am
    Unmissable innovations – with local trend spotters’ insights – that show the future of consumerism in the region.Read the LATIN PULSE LatAm Trend Bulletin from »
  • Question-Answer from the 2014 State of Digital Transformation Webinar

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    Jaimy Szymanski
    23 Oct 2014 | 1:45 pm
    As we didn’t have time to answer all viewer questions after the 2014 State of Digital Transformation webinar, we’ve included our responses to the top inquiries here.
  • Holiday Tips Twitter Chat; and Samsung TV and Digital Signage Contest

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    Laura Leites
    25 Oct 2014 | 5:00 pm
    This rest of October and into November continues to be a busy time for small business events.  Join us Tuesday evening, October 28th at 8 pm Eastern for a Twitter chat about preparing your business for the Holiday season and preserving your sanity in the process. And don’t forget to check out the Samsung business television and digital signage makeover.  Lucky winners could get the impressive new Samsung television designed for commercial use, that includes the ability to create and display digital signs.  Awesome! To see a full list of events or to submit your own event, contest or…
  • Effortless Layered Fashion - The Zara Fall Lookbook Keeps Women Warm in Style ( - Marketing Strategy
    25 Oct 2014 | 11:35 am
    ( The Zara fall lookbook makes it easy for women to look good. Any person, even men to a certain extent, can channel the effortless style presented throughout the November 2014 photoshoot. Full of...
  • Layered Glass Art (UPDATE) - Ben Young Releases Images of New Diorama Sculptures (GALLERY)

    TREND HUNTER - Top 10 Trends
    25 Oct 2014 | 8:27 am
    ( The layered glass art of Ben Young, an artist raised in Waihi Beach, New Zealand, and based in Sydney, Australia, continues to impress. A slew of new work was recently unveiled, just in time to...
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  • Holiday Tips Twitter Chat; and Samsung TV and Digital Signage Contest

    Laura Leites
    25 Oct 2014 | 5:00 pm
    This rest of October and into November continues to be a busy time for small business events.  Join us Tuesday evening, October 28th at 8 pm Eastern for a Twitter chat about preparing your business for the Holiday season and preserving your sanity in the process. And don’t forget to check out the Samsung business television and digital signage makeover.  Lucky winners could get the impressive new Samsung television designed for commercial use, that includes the ability to create and display digital signs.  Awesome! To see a full list of events or to submit your own event, contest or…
  • From Our Community: eCommerce Trends, Operations Advice

    Small Business Editor
    25 Oct 2014 | 12:00 pm
    Running an eCommerce business can be complicated. There are so many different tools and trends to keep up with in order to remain successful. But the experts in our small business community have a lot of helpful tips to offer ecommerce businesses, along with many other types of businesses. Read on for a full list of small business tips and resources in this week’s Small Business Trends community news and information roundup. Use Apple Pay for eCommerce Business (Marketing Land) Apple just launched Apple Pay, its mobile payment system for stores and businesses. But the system could mean…
  • 13-Year-Old Entrepreneur Makes a Deal with a “Shark”

    Aubrielle Billig
    25 Oct 2014 | 9:00 am
    At an age when most kids may be thinking about the next new video game, Noah Cahoon, 13, was thinking of how to expand his father-son business, Paper Box Pilots. Recently, Cahoon was featured on the ABC pitch show, Shark Tank, where he was offered $35,000 for a full half of the business from Kevin O’Leary, a big name in the toy industry. And O’Leary was not the only shark to bite. Since childhood, Noah Cahoon and his entrepreneur father, Brian, have created decals for cardboard box planes as entertainment for Noah and then for his younger brother, Milo. They decided last…
  • Read “Hooked” and Learn to Build Habit-Forming Products and Services

    Ivana Taylor
    25 Oct 2014 | 6:00 am
    Wouldn’t it be wonderful if people were hooked on your products and services? That’s not only every marketer’s dream, it’s the dream of every business owner; to have a flood of new, loyal customers who can’t live without their product or service. You might think that creating addicting products and services is some kind of mystery, but it’s not. According to a brand new book that I just received to review, it’s something that you can actually engineer. The book I’m talking about is called Hooked: How to Build Habit-Forming Products by Nir Eyal (@nireyal) with Ryan Hoover…
  • Groupon Introduces Pages, Google Rolls Out Penguin Update

    Small Business Editor
    24 Oct 2014 | 3:00 pm
    This week, online deals service Groupon introduced a new feature called “Pages.” The new feature is similar to Yelp in that it gives businesses an online space where they can display information and allow visitors to leave feedback. And that wasn’t the only online update in the business world this week. Google also rolled out a new version of Google Penguin, which decreases search engine rankings for sites that violate Google’s Webmaster Guidelines. These updates could have a definite impact on small businesses. But they aren’t the only news stories that have…
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  • Fashion Horror

    Ani Tzenkova
    24 Oct 2014 | 9:13 am
    There’s about three times a year that incite horror: Spring Fashion Week, Fall Fashion Week and Halloween. Illustrator David Murray has merged the latter two into a (...) Read More about Fashion Horror (132 words) ILLUSTRATION | Permalink | No comment |
  • NLXL Unique Wallpaper Designs

    Guest Blogger
    24 Oct 2014 | 9:11 am
    Innovative and premium quality wallpaper is no longer an oxymoron. Dutch manufacturers NLXL are bringing structure and texture to an otherwise 2-dimensional market of wall décor.(...) Read More about NLXL Unique Wallpaper Designs (139 words) DESIGN, INDUSTRIAL DESIGN, INTERIOR DESIGN | Permalink | No comment |
  • Identities by Ruud Van Empel

    Kari Sundli
    24 Oct 2014 | 8:10 am
    Identities is an exhibition of new digital-composite photographs by Dutch artist Ruud Van Empel.(...) Read More about Identities by Ruud Van Empel (83 words) ART | Permalink | No comment |
  • Silvio Nickol at Palais Coburg, Vienna

    Tara Lange
    22 Oct 2014 | 11:57 am
    Palais Coburg in Vienna is a an ornate sight to behold. But while the exteriors and decor scream classic noble European, old world luxury, the food at Silvio Nikol‘s Michelin starred restaurant is(...) Read More about Silvio Nickol at Palais Coburg, Vienna (78 words) FOOD | Permalink | No comment |
  • Future Packaging Concepts

    Kari Sundli
    22 Oct 2014 | 9:25 am
    Tomorrow Machine is a creative studio based in Stockholm. Through the series This Too Shall Pass, the designers ask if it’s reasonable that it takes several years for a milk carton to decompose naturally, when the milk goes sour after a week. (...) Read More about Future Packaging Concepts (134 words) DESIGN, FEATURED, FOOD, TRENDS | Permalink | No comment |
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  • Why Demographically Apple Users are Younger than Androids

    24 Oct 2014 | 12:42 am
    iOS App Users Skew Younger than Android Counterparts - comScore, Inc: "OS users skew younger than their Android counterparts across the smartphone and tablet segments. 43 percent of iPhone users are between the ages of 18-34 as compared to 39 percent of Android phone users. In addition, 57 percent of iPad users are under age 45 as compared to 53 percent of Android tablet users." One reason might be that " Apples launch of iPhone happened in 2007 the generation that was growing up due to media proliferation web by then the smartphone revolution has gathered more momentum and speed.. which…
  • The Sound of Music 2014 :Americans Votes for their favorite music places

    19 Oct 2014 | 10:34 am
    In a world where technology is reshaping consumer habits, music continues to be the soundtrack of our daily livesNielsen Music 360:  Study tracks Consumers engagement with music, as Americans Make Music Their Top Entertainment Choice."In a digitally fragmented world of smartphones, tablets and gadgets, the two devices which has almost faded into oblivion post the era of wired gizmos are 1) watch 2) music ..While Mobile/Smartphones have replaced a wrist watch which was once seen to be a status symbol, the fading away of music has been more spectcular, from a tape recorders, to a CD, then…
  • American Brands spends just 2.6$ billion on Advertising Spends on African American Consumer

    19 Oct 2014 | 8:35 am
    Are Advertisers Ignoring African-American Media?: "African-Americans represent 14.4% of the American population, however inexplicably corporate America hasnt' been able to warm up to that segment not have increased their marketing spends on " African Americans ..Presently only 2.6 billion USD advertising dollars are spends marketing to that community which  remains abysmally low relative to overall major media ad spending. The $2.6 billion spent with media focused on African-American audiences (on cable TV, national magazines, network TV, spot radio and syndicated TV) comprised just…
  • With 100% revenue growth ,North America Topples Asia Pacific as the largest Mobile Advertising Market

    18 Oct 2014 | 9:58 am
    Mobile Advertising Revenue Hits €14.6 Billion ($19.3 Billion) in 2013, which is a growth of almost 100% as compared to 2012 ( nearly doubling compared to previous year( Based on  data from IAB Europe ,Latin America shows highest year-on-year growth in mobile advertising soaring 215%,.Based on data from IAB Europe ,Latin America shows highest year-on-year growth in mobile advertising soaring 215%, with major increases coming from North America, up 122% and Europe up 90%. Meanwhile North American mobile ad revenues now exceed Asia Pacific revenues after the slump in "2012' In 2012…
  • Is Micromax India's next Huawei ?! Commands 35% market share across feature and smart handsets

    18 Oct 2014 | 9:50 am
    Indian Mobile Handset Market Share :Big gains for Indian local assemblers   Micromax and Karbon as  Feature Phones Users shifs to Smartphones Total Handset Shipments Indian local Mobile Manufacturers are doing well in trying to replicate the Chinese Mobile Handset manufacturing Story in their country. Local mobile assemblers ,lead by Micromax, at number one along with Karbonn  Lava and others have managed to capture a market share of around 35% of the total handset shipments in that nation . Total handset shipments Includes both feature as well as smartphonesGlobal Giants…
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    Digital Trends

  • Turtle Beach’s Elite 800 headset put Astro on notice – Hands-on video

    Caleb Denison
    25 Oct 2014 | 5:15 pm
    Turtle Beach calls its Elite 800 the ultimate gaming headset, and based on what we're seeing, we're inclined to agree. Check them out up close in our video. The post Turtle Beach’s Elite 800 headset put Astro on notice – Hands-on video appeared first on Digital Trends.
  • The best (and worst) gaming tattoos

    Rick Stella
    25 Oct 2014 | 3:23 pm
    Nothing exemplifies your commitment to your favorite video game quite like a little ink. Check out some of our favorite — and least favorite — gaming tattoo on the Web, whether talking Mario or Epic Games' 'Gears of War.' The post The best (and worst) gaming tattoos appeared first on Digital Trends.
  • Geralt’s hot on the trail in The Witcher 3: Wild Hunt’s opening cinematic

    Will Fulton
    25 Oct 2014 | 3:22 pm
    The Witcher 3: Wild Hunt's opening cinematic is an action-packed peak at the upcoming game, following Geralt and his lost love Yennefer as he tracks her through a vicious battle. The post Geralt’s hot on the trail in The Witcher 3: Wild Hunt’s opening cinematic appeared first on Digital Trends.
  • And what will power President Putin’s next limo? Why a V12 Porsche engine, of course

    Ronan Glon
    25 Oct 2014 | 3:15 pm
    A new report finds Porsche's Engineering arm has been asked to design a brand new turbocharged V12 for Russian president Vladimir Putin's upcoming limousine. The engine will generate over 800 horsepower in its most powerful state of tune. The post And what will power President Putin’s next limo? Why a V12 Porsche engine, of course appeared first on Digital Trends.
  • Together again: Kirk and Spock reunite in Volkswagen’s e-Golf TV spot

    Andrew Hard
    25 Oct 2014 | 1:59 pm
    Volkswagen has released a new ad for its electric lineup called “Kirk and Spock reunited.” The film stars William Shatner and Leonard Nimoy, and showcases the futuristic capabilities of the e-Golf, e-up, and XL1. The post Together again: Kirk and Spock reunite in Volkswagen’s e-Golf TV spot appeared first on Digital Trends.
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  • Project 3D prints photographs to keep memories alive for the blind

    24 Oct 2014 | 8:56 am
    Add / Remove The world is becoming an increasingly visual one thanks to the advent of computers and touchscreen displays, which are now embedded into our daily lives. For people without vision, their environment is one that needs to be heard and felt, meaning that core aspects of life are becoming closed off. We recently wrote about the Japanese government’s project to 3D print contoured maps for the blind, demonstrating how new tech can actually benefit those with sight problems. Now Singapore’s PIRATE3D is hoping to use 3D printed models as a memory aid for blind people,…
  • Interactive app provides extra content during orchestra performances

    24 Oct 2014 | 7:29 am
    Add / Remove Using a phone during an opera or classical music performance has long been considered a huge faux-pas. However, venues such as Rhode Island's Providence Performing Arts Center have already launched schemes to allow certain sections of the audience to use their devices to livetweet shows. Now the Philadelphia Orchestra has created LiveNote, an app designed to help the audience learn more about the concert they're watching. The app serves as a digital version of the traditional program notes that are often provided for operas and orchestra performances. Alongside…
  • Small device charges smartphones through daily activity

    23 Oct 2014 | 9:41 am
    Add / Remove This is part of a series of articles that looks at entrepreneurs hoping to get their ideas off the ground through crowdfunding. At the time of writing, each of these innovations is currently seeking funding. Springwise has already covered a slew of innovations that are attempting to tackle the problem of smartphone charge — from a subscription model for restaurants to solar-powered festival tents — testament to how perennial a problem it has become. The latest effort is AMPY, a device that stores kinetic energy from walking, running and cycling, and uses it to charge…
  • Anti-aging skincare products personalized with DNA analysis

    23 Oct 2014 | 6:43 am
    Add / Remove Different people see different effects from anti-aging products, because our bodies don't react to chemicals in the same way. France-based Personal Cell Services has already made moves to individualize skincare by incorporating consumers' own stem cells into its products. Now the UK's Geneu has developed U+, a system that uses in-store gene analysis to tailor skincare to each customer's DNA. One of the reasons that people react differently to chemical products is that around 0.1 percent of our is unique to us. Founded by Chris Toumazou — who is also chief…
  • Smart conference badge aims to replace business cards and brochures

    23 Oct 2014 | 5:38 am
    Add / Remove Conferences overwhelm attendees with information about the latest products and services, but neither buyers nor sellers have the capacity to remember everything they see and everyone they speak to. Hoping to change this, Loopd is a conference lanyard that tracks wearers’ movements, enabling them to review their interactions and access extra content. The Loopd system consists of three elements; beacons, the Loopd chip and the Loopd app. The beacons are placed around the event space and deliver data to the chips worn around attendees’ necks, detailing where they are in…
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  • Inspired by the Japanese stitch art...

    25 Oct 2014 | 10:58 am
    Inspired by the Japanese stitch art “Sashiko”, Tripasai Architect presents us Embroidered Flower Lobby, a unique and playful way to decorate the walls of a house. (Want more? See and
  • Hand blown beer glasses - our new collaboration...

    Reiko Kaneko
    25 Oct 2014 | 7:57 am
    Hand blown beer glasses - our new collaboration with Shotoku Glass in Tokyo, part of Reiko Kaneko's new Japan store collection. (Want more? See and
  • Ninebyfour is a LED tubelight, crafted from one...

    24 Oct 2014 | 6:55 am
    Ninebyfour is a LED tubelight, crafted from one single piece of salvaged Amsterdam elm wood. Each Ninebyfour is handfinished, ahand in very limited numbers, and each piece is unique. (Want more? See and
  • Zoobotics ZURI is a programmable robot made...

    24 Oct 2014 | 5:55 am
    Zoobotics ZURI is a programmable robot made from paper and grey cardboard. (Want more? See and
  • Alhambra Home Picasso Monochrome Patchwork...

    23 Oct 2014 | 7:35 pm
    Alhambra Home Picasso Monochrome Patchwork Tiles in Black and White (Want more? See and
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  • Personal Wine Sommelier in App

    Marcel Sim
    24 Oct 2014 | 6:00 am
    Vivino helps both novice and pro wine lovers discover, share and keep track of their favorite wines. By scanning any wine label users are able to see a wine’s rating, review, and price. “My Wine Profile”, encourages users to learn more about their wine preferences and the wine styles they enjoy. The new feature automatically organizes and categorizes wine preferences into a sleek, easy to read chart. Vivino’s free app lets users take a photo of any wine label, and then matches the image against a database of five million wines. If an image is not recognized, the Vivino team matches it…
  • Florence Infuser Decanter

    Marcel Sim
    23 Oct 2014 | 5:21 am
    The Florence Infuser Decanter allows you to create one of a kind cocktails, oils, teas by infusing ingredients using the three handcrafted stainless steel skewers. To further enhance your creation an aluminum cylinder glass base encases a battery powered LED light. The Florence flask holds 1,000ml of fluid and easily holds a bottle of wine.
  • Wearable Band

    Marcel Sim
    22 Oct 2014 | 6:00 am
    DrumPants lets you play (music) with yourself by arming (and legging) you with sensors that can be programmed to play more than 100 sounds. It’s you as musical instrument. With the advent of the iPhone and iPad there’s over 300 music apps available but musicians and DJ’s are still using these large, bulky hardware pieces. For the companies producing the hardware, their version of innovation is just a smaller version of what they already have. So DrumPants founders Tyler Freeman and Lei Yu wanted to attack the problem from a different angle. Building off of what Tyler and his friends…
  • Portable Standing Desk

    Steven Teo
    20 Oct 2014 | 9:43 am
    You’ve probably noticed how standing desks are becoming more and more popular as it’s pretty obvious that so much sitting is bad for us. Refold has designed a cardboard standing desk that is both flexible and portable, as well as being completely affordable. The 100% recyclable desk folds up in seconds into a self-contained carrying case so you can either store it or tote it to another location. It weighs only 6.5 kg (or 14.3 lbs) so you can move it whenever you need to switch up where you work. A Portable, Flexible and Affordable Cardboard Standing Desk [Design Milk]
  • FollowMe Lamp

    Steven Teo
    19 Oct 2014 | 9:40 am
    I fell in love with the FollowMe lamp, designed by Inma Bermúdez for Marset. Portable and compact, it can be taken anywhere inside and outside of your house/apartment. Perfect for small spaces, kids’ rooms, fire escape parties and folks who have recently moved (and require a versatile lighting object). The polycarbonate lampshade is supported by the oak handle, that beckons you to pick it up. The FollowMe lamp comes with LED technology and a dimmer. The battery is built-in, and it has a USB port for recharging. Follow Me Lamp [Shoebox Dwelling]
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  • IoT platforms and the product iteration argument

    Deanna Lawrence
    29 Sep 2014 | 9:12 am
    Deanna Lawrence:The Internet of Things (IoT) offers an important point of communication and the ability to learn about consumer lifestyle. For consumers, the ability to manage all of these connected things is going to be a challenge. FridgeNality accounts for IoT and manages very smart connections. Originally posted on Gigaom: When it comes to the smart home, big names like Nest and Dropcam have gotten most of the attention due to their product success and lucrative acquisition figures. But as impressive as these products have been, there are a multitude of other unknown products ranging from…
  • #makingAdifference Shinola: One Detroit Man’s Quest to Revive American Manufacturing

    Deanna Lawrence
    29 Aug 2014 | 12:13 pm
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  • Twitter Pollutes The Timeline

    Deanna Lawrence
    22 Aug 2014 | 10:26 pm
    Deanna Lawrence:“A variety of signals”…relevant and interesting or noise? Originally posted on TechCrunch: If your Twitter stream is looking a little more crap random than usual there’s a concrete reason for that: Twitter has made a behind-the-scenes change which means it’s algorithmically adulterating the mix of content you see. Not that they’re putting it like that, of course. The specific change in how your Twitter timeline operates allows for the company to inject additional content into your feed from other users you don’t follow. This is in addition to…
  • Twitter is TV

    Deanna Lawrence
    20 Aug 2014 | 7:10 am
    Deanna Lawrence:I can’t imagine our world advancing in a more positive direction without Twitter. #Connected Originally posted on Quartz: no-caption When Twitter was still Twttr, before tweets were even limited to 140 characters, the company’s founders had a crucial decision to make. Jack Dorsey’s original vision was that users could only ever have one status at a time, like an away message. Ev Williams argued that all status updates should display in chronological order, like tiny blog posts. Williams, of course, won out. He hacked together the original prototype of Twitter…
  • What LinkedIn’s marketing prospects look like after its Bizo buy

    Deanna Lawrence
    18 Aug 2014 | 11:17 am
    Deanna Lawrence:An interesting future for LinkedIn. Originally posted on Gigaom: Last weekend, Bloomberg News got ahold of what it claimed was an internal LinkedIn memo where the company envisioned a $1 billion business by 2017 as an “integrated marketing and sales platform” for business-to-business (B2B) marketers, fueled with its $175 million acquisition of Bizo. Business Insider posted the purported document a few days later. Is this vision realistic? And what does it mean for digital marketing and advertising? What Bizo does is what marketing automation phrase-makers call…
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  • Investing in the Future: Perspectives from the Sustainable Cities Roundtable

    22 Oct 2014 | 5:09 am
    UNCTAD World Investment Forum, UN, Geneva, 14th October 2014 It is estimated that 80% of CO2 emissions are now produced in cities. Currently, 50% of the global population lives in cities and this figure is forecast to grow to 70% by 2050. Cities play a crucial role in our world and with the rise of urbanization their importance is growing. The roundtable discussion on sustainable cities, which was part of the UNCTAD World Investment Forum, tried to answer the question of how to achieve sustainable investments, not only at international and national levels, but also at the city level. The…
  • Preview of the Global Trends fieldbook:Understanding the power of access and not ownership – the emergence of the sharing economy

    3 Sep 2014 | 8:11 am
    Why pay full price for something when you can rent it cheaper from a stranger online? That is what an increasingly number of people are thinking today. Some share for fun, others of economic reasons but the fact is that we are sharing as never before, challenging established notions of how individuals, businesses, and governments interact, as well as elements of the legal system. Collaborative consumption, the sharing economy or the ownerless economy is exploding and creating new industries. Many people are increasingly questioning the value of having possessions such as cars, bikes, books,…
  • PReview of the Global Trends fieldbook: Diasporas – the untapped potential?

    23 Jun 2014 | 7:19 am
    3.2% of the world’s population is migrants; putting them all together in one country would create the world’s fifth most populous country with 232 million people. Europe and Asia combined host nearly two-thirds of all international migrants worldwide. Europe is the most popular region with 72 million migrants in 2013, compared to 71 million in Asia. Since 1990, Northern America has recorded the biggest gain in the absolute number of migrants, adding 25 million and has experienced the fastest growth in migrant stock by an average of 2.8% year. (Source: UN) According to Gallup these…
  • Preview of The Global Trends Fieldbook: The maker movement

    22 May 2014 | 7:01 am
    Manufacturing of goods is one of the biggest sectors of the global economy and with the size of the global middle class expected to increase to 4.9 billion by 2030 demand for goods is unlikely to slow down. Historically, manufacturing has been driven by companies with the means to operate at large scale. However, in the 21st century the internet and technology advancements are shifting the advantage in production away from scale – and therefore away from the owners of large scale facilities – towards flexibility and agility. DIY (do-it-yourself) has always existed but is today rapidly…
  • Preview of The Global Trends Fieldbook: The Tech Visionaries Reinventing the World

    6 May 2014 | 8:33 am
    At long last The Global Trends Fieldbook: From Data to Insights to Action is in production! A companion to The Global Trends Report 2013 which outlines the major trends reshaping the world, The Global Trends Fieldbook focuses on the critical steps of moving from data to insights to taking actions today to prepare organizations for the future. Drawing on a wealth of case studies, examples and food for thought, as well as additional analyses of some potential "game-changing" trends, it provides practical suggestions for senior leaders of businesses, governments, NGOs and societies and…
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  • Prison Tattoos and Their Secret Meanings

    23 Oct 2014 | 10:56 am
    The three dots tattoo is a very common prison tattoo that symbolizes ‘mi vida loca’ or ‘my crazy life.’ It doesn’t symbolize any particular gang, but rather the gang lifestyle. It’s typically found on the hands or around the eyes. The three dots tattoo can also carry some religious significance, representing the holy trinity. Dot tattoos are often done using the stick-and-poke method. This is a home-made tattoo procedure that involves very rudimentary tools, like a pencil or a sewing needle. Almost any sharp objects can be used, and it’s often whatever the inmates can get their…
  • Selfies Taken Moments Before Death

    15 Oct 2014 | 8:06 am
    No Fear of Heights Xenia Ignatyeva took a selfie from a bridge 28 feet off the ground to impress her friends. The 17-year-old Russian girl lost her balance and fell on a cable, which tragically electrocuted her. Jenni Rivera In December of 2012 Mexican pop star Jenni Rivera and her entourage took this selfie right before taking off on a private jet which sadly crashed and left no survivors.
  • 10 Strange Animals You Probably Didn’t Know Exist

    tashana garcia
    14 Oct 2014 | 12:42 pm
    Aye-aye   Aye-ayes can be found only on the island of Madagascar. These rare animals may not look like primates at first glance, but they are related to chimpanzees, apes, and humans.   Naked Mole Rat   There are approximately 30 different kinds of mole rats. The best known is probably the naked mole rat, whose hairless, tubular, wrinkled body makes it appear a bit like a tiny walrus—or perhaps a bratwurst with teeth. Naked mole rats are rodents, but they live in communities like those of many insects. Several dozen rats live together in colonies led by one dominant rat—the…
  • 5 Things you should know about Ebola

    tashana garcia
    14 Oct 2014 | 12:20 pm
      By : Now that the CDC has confirmed a case of Ebola in the U.S., allow us to tell you a little bit more about the often fatal virus with no perfect cure so that you may better protect yourself against the outbreak. While many have chosen to panic over the first case of Ebola to be diagnosed in the United States as of Sept. 30, there’s no reason why the average American would contract the disease given that they follow careful prevention strategies. In order to know more about what the American public must now face, read on for more about the history of the virus…
  • 6 Things You Didn’t Know About Katy Perry

    13 Sep 2014 | 5:18 am
    So we all know that Katy Perry’s real name is Katheryn Elizabeth Hudson and that Perry is actually her mothers maiden name right? We also know she started her music career in gospel music after copying her sister, and that her first hit “I kissed a girl” was inspired by Scarlett Johnson. Well guess what? We did some looking around and we found 8 things you didn’t know that will unconditionally make Katy Perry your teenage dream forever. So we all know that Katy Perry’s real name is Katheryn Elizabeth Hudson and that Perry is actually her mothers maiden name…
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  • Indeed! Life Is All About Our Reasons To Live

    Trending Topics Now
    23 Oct 2014 | 7:37 am
    “Do things as it were your reasons to live, do it like your fuel and fire, do it not for you but for others and most of all, give and never think of yourself all the time”. The post Indeed! Life Is All About Our Reasons To Live appeared first on Trending Topics Now.
  • Mother Knows Best Most Of The Time

    Trending Topics Now
    25 Sep 2014 | 7:58 am
    We find it hard to believe that mother knows best than us and the time we realize it, she’s already gone. Always give your mother time, show her how much you love her, make her happy everyday and give her the things she deserves. The post Mother Knows Best Most Of The Time appeared first on Trending Topics Now.
  • Year’s Best Places To Celebrate Halloween

    Trending Topics Now
    23 Sep 2014 | 9:26 am
    The top best places to celebrate Halloween are getting ready to scare you out of your wits like no other. The post Year’s Best Places To Celebrate Halloween appeared first on Trending Topics Now.
  • Six financial planning tips for young people

    Trending Topics Now
    18 Sep 2014 | 5:06 am
    The earlier you know well about financial planning the better results you can have at the end. The post Six financial planning tips for young people appeared first on Trending Topics Now.
  • Important Things To Remember Before Falling In Love

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    15 Sep 2014 | 10:29 am
    There is always something special with a person you are attracted to, but before the sparks take you to falling in love, there are things to remember first. The post Important Things To Remember Before Falling In Love appeared first on Trending Topics Now.
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  • The Rock Town - Really

    25 Oct 2014 | 12:36 pm
    A residents of this strange town in Spain have been living under the rock for thousands of years.Setenil de las Bodegas, a town with about 3,000 residents, is quite literally built beneath a rock.  According to researchers people had been living on this town since pre-historic times.This Flintstones-style homes cannot be undermine, as it turns out that this houses are hard to destroy, and that is exactly how this town got its name  "seven times nothing", as in "it took the Christians seven different sieges before Setenil finally fell".Even this town is buried under the rock, it is…
  • Top 10 Tips From Masters of Small Talk

    23 Oct 2014 | 6:59 pm
    There are times in our life that we are in a situation where we need to make some conversation with people we don't know like in Weddings, parties and business conferences, but find it hard to start a conversation. Small talk can be anxiety-provoking if you don't know how to properly start it, though it is a great thing. Chatting can be a good start of exchanging ideas and might lead to great conversation and friendship.An estimate of 7% to 13% people suffer from social anxiety. Like its hard to start a topic like, What is there to talk about? What topics are safe to talk? What should we…
  • Top 10 Worst Job

    22 Oct 2014 | 5:22 pm
    In todays economy, job hunting isn't usually that easy. Even you've finish your college finding that right job is elusive to many. Instead of getting that dream job, you instead landed on a different career. Here are some jobs that definitely worst than the others1. Scent Tester for Deodorant2. Painting Guy for Body Builders3. Snake Pit Assistant4. Turd Catcher5. Knife-throwers's Assistant6. Portable Urinal7. Human Obstacle8. Human Target Holder9. TSA Crotch Inspector10. Children's Punching Bag
  • Amazing Photos Of Russian Submarine Being Dismantled

    10 Oct 2014 | 8:35 am
    Russian Military is quite busy expanding and modernizing their arsenal. One of its most active sector is the Navy. Russia has a few submarines that are nuclear powered and its dangerously out of date, considering the highly radioactive materials that are  still on board.It was 2009 that one rusted beast was transported back to a dismantling factory in the city of Vladivostok, for decommissioning.When the submarine was out of the water, the photos offer an amazing view on how gigantic and complicated this outdated machine really is.At 116 meters this Victor-Class Nuclear submarine is…
  • Remote Camera Was Setup On Greenland, What They Witness Is Terrifying

    9 Oct 2014 | 10:27 am
    Ice Calving or iceberg calving, is the breakdown of big chunks of ice at each end of the glacier. It is a form of ice disruption or ice ablation. It is a sudden breakage of large portion of ice sheets from iceberg, glacier or ice shelf.Ice Calving is often accompanied by terrifying sound of ice cracking, with each chunks of ice each up to 200 feet high splashing into the water.When the large chunks of ice hits the water it causes huge hazardous waves, some waves so large that even a boat in a 3 kilometer radius can be at risk.courtesy : exposurelabs
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