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Over 120 Downloads!

The I’m Here Book Tour was a complete experiment, a new way to market my latest book and have a bit of fun with it. So far, over 4000 cards have been distributed, by 20 dedicated fans, which has resulted in just over 120 downloads so far in nine countries and ten glowing 5* reviews. 223 more words

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Can Art heal the world?

I am a realist. I highly doubt that Art can heal the world.

But I am also a citizen of the world and an artist. If I don’t try to make a difference in the only way I know how, then I may as well raise my arms in defeat. 248 more words

Lilianne Milgrom Exhibition

Back to School tips for Lost :(  and Found :)

This School Year, be prepared and recover your stuff with Dynotag!

As Summer memories fade, is it already time for the new school year.

With all the anxiety, new classes, new schoolmates and all, we might as well start a race to see who loses the most things! 273 more words

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Side-view cameras and QR codes coming to school buses

KENT COUNTY, Mich. – Two new improvements are en route for school bus inspections and safety: QR codes will be on buses across the state for anyone to scan to find out its current inspection condition; then, Forest Hills Transportation Center is installing side-view video cameras to deter drivers from speeding by. 367 more words

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KIA Oval is all 'over' beacon technology

The KIA Oval launched an interactive digital experience for cricket fans by enabling mobile proximity technology in the grounds. The app, “The KIA Oval”, available for both Android and iPhone users, uses  393 more words

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'Bespoke Instant Fundraising Wristbands' are a real boost for charities

Bristol-headquartered, Hft, a national learning disabilities charity is one of the vanguard of charities who continue to employ new technology to empower their fundraisers to capitalise on spontaneous donations instantly. 458 more words

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The Next Logical Step: Virtual Supermarkets

The omni-present UPC barcode is certainly not the end of the technical food retailing revolution.  We already wrote about the Orwellian nightmare of RFID chips… 363 more words

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