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Terrific Tech Trends on Our Radar

On Episode 63 of The Edge of Innovation, we’re talking with entrepreneur Greg Arnette, about some of the latest tech trends and gadgets that are on our radar.

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Media Technology with Brian Gravel

Today on the Edge of Innovation, we are talking with Brian Gravel about Media Technology.

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WordPress 4.0 Beta 1 preview

WordPress announced its latest version of the popular CMS yesterday with the release of WordPress 4.0 Beta 1. Let’s take a look into the new features that it has highlighted. Previews of embedding via URLs This works well in the beta version, the guys at WordPress suggest adding the embed URL on a new line, in 3.9.1 this just leaves a link in the editor whereas in 4.0 this shows the video. This is instantaneous and a flick to the code view of the editor still shows the link URL. You can even watch the video from within the editor. Below we have 4.0 Beta 1 on the left and 3.9.1 on the right. Media library You now have the option to have the media gallery in a grid view as well as …

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How to Add Social Buttons in WordPress RSS Feed

After our article that recommended users to stop using Feedburner, many users asked us how they can get the social sharing buttons like they had on their FeedBurner feeds. While most modern feed readers include social sharing capabilities, in this article, we will show you how to add social buttons in WordPress RSS feed. First thing you need to do is download the social buttons you would want to display in your feeds. There are several social media icon sets available for free. Choose one that best suits your needs. After that you need to go to Media – Add New and upload Facebook and Twitter icons to your media library. Once you have uploaded the icons, you need to copy their location URL. Simply go to …

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How to Add Social Buttons in WordPress RSS Feed

The Specs On This 1970 IBM Mainframe Will Remind You Just How Far Technology Has Come

IBM maintains an awesome archive of its history, collecting various documents and media it’s released since being founded in 1911. We were especially intrigued by this 1970 press release singing the praises of System/370 Model 145, a mainframe computer that was state of the art at the time of its inception. It had 500 KB of RAM, 233 megabytes of hard disk space, and ran at 2.5 MHz. It took up an entire room. Nowadays, this computer would be able to store a small collection of photos and (slowly) access them. Not much else! You could double its 32,000 characters of control storage to 64,000 by “using a portion of main memory, if needed, to accommodate optionally available functions.” Adjusted for inflation, this computer would cost you between $4.3 million and $10.8 million in …

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The Specs On This 1970 IBM Mainframe Will Remind You Just How Far Technology Has Come

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