Articles Posted in the Drive Category

  • Social vending: The future of gift shopping?

    What if you could buy a gift for someone at a vending machine and they could pick it up at another vending machine? You don’t have to wonder anymore because Pepsi has just done it…

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    Another SEO Rapper Video

    Comical? Stupid? Insightful? … you decide. The SEO Rapper, sings about Page Rank Chuck back again so tell me what you thank, new song new dance I call it the Page Rank, so you want…

  • AutoCAD in the era of app and cloud

    Working from anywhere on any device is easier than ever for architects and others who use AutoCAD. No longer are these professionals tied to their desks or lugging around computers, or Heaven forbid, cumbersome paper…

  • Digital ads are slackers

    Ah yes. We live in the digital age with virtual currency and online lives. We work in the cloud, download to our devices and connect to the mesh or the net. Instead of print we…

  • Lessons from geek lives

    Latest geekly book buzz is about Paul Allen’s “Idea Man,” where he was the one who had ideas and Bill Gates was the one to execute them. You don’t even have to read between the…

  • Talk to the Mesh

    We are living in the age of the “Mesh,” and our primary act is “sharing.” Where once the Internet connected people to knowledge about simple things like gossip and complex things like cancer treatments, it…

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    1000 Frames Per Second

    Who knew dog commercials could look so awesome.

  • Please don’t steal the ads

    You’re minding your own business along an Atlanta street and you come across a green, round topiary with a five-foot tall, red, afro pick. What do you do? You might merely wonder about it. You…

  • How to shop for a computer

    Looking for a fast and cheap computer? One good deal is the Acer Aspire AS5742Z-4646 with a 320GB hard drive, 4GB of RAM and 3.5 hours of battery life. At around $460 with the Pentium…

  • Finding fame in a digital world

    Finding fame in a digital world

    Andy Warhol once envisioned a future in which everyone would be world-famous for 15 minutes. But in our fast-moving, 24/7, high-tech, digital world 15 minutes might just be too long. So instead American Eagle Outfitters…