Working from home with sick kids

by Julian Fields in Flu Season | Comments 0

Now that the holiday season has come and gone, it is time to head back to work. As we swing back into our old routines, the only thing stopping us from our normal day-to-day activities is the reality of cold and flu season. According to WebMD: Flu activity usually peaks in January and February. On… Continue ReadingFlu Season, Healthcare, People, Trends


A New Year, a New Beginning

by cmalloy in Lifesize | Comments 0

“Yes, we are incredibly excited to confirm that we have spun out from Logitech and are an independent company! We’re committed to delivering the most dynamic cloud-based video collaboration and meeting platform to the market, and to accelerating our exceptional growth into 2016 and beyond. This is the culmination of many months of hard work and we have… Continue ReadingLifesize


It’s a Wonderful Business Life

by Brian Beasley in Changing the Way the World Communicates | Comments 0

We live in wonderful times. The technology apps we have at our fingertips are incredible. Some are just plain fun, but a number are vital productivity apps that help drive the economic engines at our companies. Without them, our workdays would be much different. Basic tasks we complete in minutes might take ten, twenty or… Continue ReadingChanging the Way the World Communicates, People


12 Days of Geek | Day 12 | Who put the TIE in TIE Fighter?

by Julian Fields in 12 Days of Geek | Comments 0

Q. In Star Wars, what does TIE stand for in “TIE Fighter”? TIE fighters and other TIE spacecraft are seen throughout the original Star Wars trilogy as well as throughout the expanded Star Wars universe. Other TIE craft include the TIE Advanced, TIE Shuttle, TIE Bomber, TIE Interceptor, TIE Hunter, TIE Mauler, TIE Defender, TIE Clutch,… Continue Reading12 Days of Geek


12 Days of Geek | Day 11 | The fate of the sun

by Julian Fields in 12 Days of Geek | Comments 0

Q. What is the earth’s sun expected to become at the end of its life? One day our Sun will die. At 4.6 billion years old, it’s currently about halfway through its life. While too small to go out in a giant supernova bang, 5 billion years from now, as it runs out of hydrogen fuel,… Continue Reading12 Days of Geek


12 Days of Geek | Day 10 | Iconic toys of 1978

by Julian Fields in 12 Days of Geek | Comments 0

Q. What iconic toy was introduced at the legendary Studio 54 in 1978? The gameplay might have been inspired by the Atari console game Touch-Me, but the revamped music and mobile form factor made it a completely new experience—one worthy of a midnight party release at the iconic Studio 54. Unlike the grating electronic sound effects… Continue Reading12 Days of Geek