RebelMouse: Tom Wolf

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RebelMouse: Tom Corbett

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Used Spundge to curate war memories


Remembering wars

Remember: World War II via ydr.com York residents recall air raids, blackouts and life on an aircraft carrier. By SUSAN HALLER Daily Record/Sunday News Updated: 11/04/2010 10:32:02 AM EDT Dover Township resident Clair Frey served in the Navy fueling planes on… Remember: Pearl Harbor attack on Dec. 7, 1941 via ydr.com Local man recalls delivering attack message to City Hall and, later, fighting on the front lines in Okinawa. This year marks the 70th anniversary. By JOHN HILTON Daily Record/Sunday …

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Tom Wolf celebrates at Santander Stadium


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Using Geofeedia to find John Legend concert images

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Pew: Expect rise in embedded and wearable computing

I wear technology that monitors my movements and provides valuable feedback when plugged into my computer. I’m not alone. According to this Pew Research Center report, we can expect a rise in embedded and wearable computing.

Directly from the report:

Survey respondents expect the Internet of Things to be evident in many places, including:

Bodies: Many people will wear devices that let them connect to the Internet and will give them feedback on their activities, health and fitness. They will also monitor others (their children or employees, for instance) who are also wearing sensors, or moving in and out of places that have sensors.

Homes: People will be able to control nearly everything remotely, from how their residences are heated and cooled to how often their gardens are watered. Homes will also have sensors that warn about everything from prowlers to broken water pipes.

Communities: Embedded devices and smartphone apps will enable more efficient transportation and give readouts on pollution levels. “Smart systems” might deliver electricity and water more efficiently and warn about infrastructure problems.
Goods and services: Factories and supply chains will have sensors and readers that more precisely track materials to speed up and smooth out the manufacture and distribution of goods.

Environment: There will be real-time readings from fields, forests, oceans, and cities about pollution levels, soil moisture, and resource extraction that allow for closer monitoring of problems.

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Slideshow: York, Pa., gets drenched


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Amazon launches Wearable Technology store

Looking for an activity tracker? How about a smart watch or a wearable camera? Now you can shop for wearable technology in Amazon’s new store.

Its press release says: To help customers learn more about wearable technology, the new store features a “Learning Center” which includes product videos and detailed buying guides. … Customers can also take advantage of the “Editor’s Corner” to find information about wearable technology industry news, device reviews and more.

You can shop the store by category and compare products. Have fun shopping!

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Revs opening via Storify slideshow, grid and default templates

Here are some photos I found via Geofeedia and some other social networking tools and saved to my storypad on Storify. Below you will find them in each format Storify allows: grid, slideshow and the default. Which do you prefer?

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Slideshow: Big Egg Hunt in New York City

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