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This Ladies’ Hand Style font is very (somewhat) similar to ornamental penmanship, but uses slightly longer ascenders and descenders and a modest shading. Originally the Ladies’ Hand had less flourishings, which was ideal for writing long letters. Even though its name suggests it was a feminine writing style, it was widely used by most male penmen and even Spencer reserved the use of the Ladies’ style to write to his close friends and relatives, as he considered it a more sincere and heartfelt …

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Facebook's Atlas takes digital advertising beyond the cookie — here's how

For years, digital marketers have been shackled to an increasingly outdated technology known as cookies, which are still used to measure and target digital ads.<p>Cookies — bits of code dropped into web browsers — are known to generate poor approximations of how many people view a digital ad, …

Digital Advertising

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The Real Silicon Valley

Greg Sands Contributor<p>Greg Sands is founder and managing partner at Costanoa Venture Capital.<p>Every time I hear people talking about unicorns, I think “all hat, no cattle” or “another person living in the land of style over substance.” I’ve found myself blurting out, “F$&@ Unicorns!”* twice …

Silicon Valley

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12 Pre-Workout Energy Boosters Guaranteed To Improve Your Performance

Michael Phelps, the most successful and decorated Olympian ever, eats a bowl of oatmeal, bread with cream cheese and some fruits before a big race …

The 10 most popular Internet of Things applications right now

<i>Update Q3/2016: We published a new ranking, based on actual IoT projects which can be found HERE.</i><p>Needless to say that the current hype around the …

Internet of Things

How Microsoft's fast track Azure will help businesses conquer IoT

Things are getting smarter in business – quite literally. Everything from light bulbs to lifts to your product inventory can be a smart object that …

Internet of Things

Weekly Apps: Highball, Snapseed, Waterlogue and more

A week for Android and iOS users. The spacial mention today goes to Waterlogue and Snapseed, two beautiful and well done apps. Hope you guys like …

Apps

Why Smart Social Media Marketers Care About Mobile Optimization [Infographic]

Learn tips for optimizing your social media posts for mobile users.<p>https://blog.hubspot.com/marketing/mobile-optimization-social-media<p>article

Enterprise Mobile Apps Pay The Most Yet Attract Few Developers

A recent survey by Vision Mobile found that just 16% of worldwide developers are building mobile apps for enterprises, despite this market being the most lucrative of all to serve. Their recent global study of 10,000 developers across over 130 nations is the basis of the free downloadable report, …

Tapping the unconscious: Why tech entrepreneurs need a few lessons from Freud

In my recent post-hip surgery lethargy, I fell into a daze of ego-driven entrepreneurial dreams with a recurrent theme: explosive global growth for our company. Lazily watching Hollywood films from the last century intensified my morphine-induced grandiosity. Wilfing on the Web – medically …

Make Games On Your iPhone With Playr

Aside from the money-making behemoths like Candy Crush Saga, one of the most interesting trends in mobile gaming is the rise of flash-in-the-pan viral hits like Flappy Bird and Timberman. These games takes seconds to learn, days to master, are free or cost a few bucks each, and are basically …

Game Development

A beautiful collection of geometric wallpapers for iPhone

The Wallpapers of the Week series is advancing in age, and with age comes experience. We keep a close eye on the section and try to determine what …

iPhone

1.2B Smartphones Sold In 2014, Led By Larger Screens And Latin America

Apple is reaping the biggest rewards right now when it comes to selling its smartphones and other devices, but the overall picture for the smartphone market in the year ahead may be a little less rosy. According to the analysts at Germany-based GfK, in 2014 there were 1.2 billion smartphones sold, …

Gear & Gadgets

Windows 10 goes mobile, what does it mean for Android?

Microsoft made a few huge announcements yesterday, primary of which was the introduction of Windows 10. One huge feature stood out for us, the fact that Windows 10 will work across all of your available platforms, from the PC to your tablet, and even on your phone.<p>Microsoft has been struggling a …

Software

The most exciting indie games of 2015

It's no secret that the most interesting video games of the last few years have come out of the indie games community.<p>In 2014, we've seen explosive …

Indie Gaming

10 secret OS X features hidden inside your Mac

Apple recently updated its desktop operating system OS X to version 10.10, also known as Yosemite. The latest version of OS X packs tons of new …

5 Can't-Miss iPhone Apps You Should Download This Week

It seems like hundreds of new iPhone apps pop up every week, but which ones should you bother trying? We explored the App Store and found five apps …

Apps

Check out our brand new best phones guides!

There's been a flurry of carrier-themed guides for best phones crossing the front page of Android Central lately. We wanted to round them all up for …

Check out our brand new best phones guides!

Each one of our guides runs through the best phones on any given carrier, and stacks up all of the relevant information for each. Rather than a …

This Futuristic Office Doesn’t Have Chairs And Desks

Standing and sitting is boring. A new office concept on display in Amsterdam offers places to lean–a much less static way of working.<p>Forget standing desks. In the office of the future, you might lean instead–supported by giant rock-like sculptures that designers argue are a healthier, more active …