Comedy and Virtual Reality

Is this a fit?

The video raises the question of whether stand-up comedy will be a fit for virtual reality. It may not seem like the best fit, but wouldn’t it be cool if we could figure out a way to have us sitting in the front row for a classic comedy concert, maybe with a hologram of Eddie Murphy or Chris Rock?

We might be surprised as to what takes off.

Online Marketing For Beginners: How To Maximize Success And Growth

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In a world where millions of people use the Internet in their professional and/or personal lives, business owners who want to outperform competitors and enhance their bottom line need to connect with individuals in this digital space. To make it happen, it’s important for corporate leaders and entrepreneurs to learn as much as possible about how the online marketing world works. Obtain the information you need now by reviewing the short outline prepared below:

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Online Marketing in the Tech Space

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Tech businesses around the world know that to survive in the industry, a company must always be on the cutting edge of tech gadgets, apps and platforms that people want to use. Once you have that can’t-live-without product or service, you need to market it to the right audience. A decade ago you could get away with going to buy domain names, set up a simple website and that’s it. In today’s marketing landscape, tech businesses will need to do much more in order to reach the right kinds of customers, whether your product is made for consumers or for the business world.

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Self-dimming LED lightbulb

The innovation coming out with LED products is pretty amazing these days. This cool gadget let’s you easily set your LED lights to dim over a pre-set amount of time, making it easier to fall asleep. Check out the video and the link below.

Buy it here.

Apple’s iPhone fight with FBI continues

This fight drags on with both sides holding firm. Tim Cook has said he’s willing to take this one to the Supreme Court.

The FBI wants access to a terrorists phone. Apple wants to prevent creating a back door that can be exploited by hackers on phones in the future. Frankly, this is an overly simplistic overview in a case where all parties are describing the problem differently.

It will be fascinating to see how this plays out.