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The Government Goes Mobile: CITIZEN ENGAGEMENT ON THE GO

Mobile technology is changing the way people find and use information and services. How does government interact with the public in this anytime, anywhere world? This Making Mobile Gov Project is helping agencies work together to make a more open, innovative government to meet 21st century citizen expectations. Recently I attended Mobile Monday Washington DC “Women and Philanthropy:  Mobile For Good Works” sponsored by Arent Fox LLP and Jump Market Strategies. …Read More

Kindle Fire Tips & Tricks

1. Secure your Fire. Before you do anything, consider securing your device with a password. This way, if it’s ever lost or stolen, your personal data will be safe. To set a password go to Settings > More > Security, and turn “Lock screen password” on. 2. Organize the home screen. Because the home screen carousel is so messy and doesn’t have customization options (we’re hoping for some in the next update), …Read More

2 Facebook Smart Phones From HTC? This will be interesting

The Rumors Rumors about a facebook smartphone have been circling the air for a long time now but recently HTC’s name has been popping up into the conversation. And yet again the phone was certainly denied from coming to the light of stores. Or was it? Today at the Mobile World Congress, HTC unveiled two new smartphones that will feature dedicated Facebook buttons to easily access the popular social-networking site. …Read More

The Oldest .com Domain Name

Way back in 1985 the first dot com domain name was purchased. In fact in the entire year of 1985 only six ‘.com’ domain names were registered. Also, a little known fact is that ‘.com’ was supposed to be ‘.cor’ for corporation, but it was too easily confused with other similar sounding names. Here are some Domians that you might recognize. Rank Registered Date Domain Name 1. 15-Mar-1985 SYMBOLICS.COM 3 …Read More