Taking Better Photos with the Rule of Thirds

Have you ever thought that you should be able to take pictures like professionals? Every time you look at photos taken by professionals, you see the lighting, the compositions, the color, and its view, you thought like “Damn! Why can’t I take pictures like them?” Don’t worry, I’m going to tell you how to do it, in the un-amateur way. 

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Engage Employees Using Games, Contests and Rewards

This is the third post in my series exploring the new workforce trend called gamification. First, I covered how game mechanics can be used in business to increase employee engagement and innovation. Next, we took a look at three companies who are successfully using games to achieve their organization’s unique goals. To wrap up this series, I will discuss using games internally to motivate employees.

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Finally…Smart Sunglasses That Will Never Get Lost

Losing a pair of special sunglasses sucks. It’s no fun at all. It’s happened to me so many times that I’ve stopped buying designer sunglasses. Now I only spend a few bucks on them because I know it’s only a matter of time till they’re gone. Wouldn’t it be nice to have sunglasses that are impossible to lose? Now we can get those. Finally, smart sunglasses exist. Yahooo!

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Loupe: The Tiny Kaleidoscope-like Wearable Computer

One obstacle I face as a Google Glass wearer is getting non-Glass wearers to accept that I’m wearing it. As I told someone recently, “It freaks people out sometimes.” Hopefully that will change as wearables become more popular. In the meantime, there have been many attempts to create a Glass alternative. One of those alternatives is Loupe, which looks like a kaleidoscope hanging around your neck.

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