It’s already almost May, and that means Mother’s Day is coming soon. Whether you like to plan well in advance or do something for your mom at the last minute, we’ve found a few ways to celebrate, thank and honor your mother, grandmother, or special lady in your life. Take a minute to get inspired and start creating the perfect Mother’s Day gift.
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Little frustrations can add up and increase stress levels in the workplace. Let’s be honest, we could all use a little less stress. Here are a few clever ideas we’ve gathered to streamline your productivity and cut out a few of your daily vexations.
Cut Out Cord Confusion
Locating the right charger for just one of multiple mobile devices can take time. Label and attach sticky tabs on the ends of cords, and you’ve got a quick way to find the cord you need to charge the device in hand.
In the brave, new world of 3D printing, it is still fascinating to see what can be printed from your computer screen. Creations that take shape in your mind, then translate to your computer screen, can now print in the same world that you dreamed them in. Is your curiosity piqued? Check out some of these ideas we’ve collected.
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What’s going on in the world of your mobile devices? Will printing from your smartphone or tablet become easier even when away from home or office? Here are a few articles on the future of technology, from desktop computers to hand held devices and legal battles that keep printer companies honest.
Save a few dollars by creating the perfect gifts for those you love. Display your own creativity with art projects to decorate your space. Or get organized in style. You can do it all yourself. Here are a few ideas to get you started.
You take pride in your work, and your office is a place where you spend a lot of time. It is a place where you generate ideas, get productive, meet clients or put your creative muscles to work. You put so much creative power into your work. Let us get creative with your work space.
We’ve got a few ideas to get your started in creating your personalized work space. From the small details to the decorations and the final look for your office, you will want to check these inspiration boards out on your next coffee break.
This time of year, shades of green are cropping up everywhere! And you don’t even have to rely on March’s tempermental weather to see them. St. Patrick’s Day is almost here. Most of us can only be Irish for a day, so get ready to celebrate with a few of these printable crafts for all ages and styles.
The gowns, the speeches, the crazy hosting of Ellen DeGeneres. There was so much to love this year. But the thing that topped our list was appreciation.
No one at the Oscars could have gotten where they were without numerous other people who weren’t invited to the ceremony: the family members who supported and encouraged them, their fellow cast members, the numerous people in the movie industry working hard to make them look good, and the adoring fans who watched their movies throughout the years.
Ellen’s Record-Shattering Selfie
On the first day of Launch Conference in San Francisco, we got to meet a lot of great companies. Entrepreneurs, investors, and developers gathered to talk about the latest and greatest upcoming companies and ideas. Here are our three favorite gems.
High Def Humanity
It was “humanity in high def”. That’s how Uber CEO Travis Kalanick described his night as an Uber driver. As the evening wore on and his clientele grew more inebriated, the social interactions he had fascinated him.
Kalanick went on to encourage people to do what they loved. “I heard a hundred no’s a day for six years straight.” If he hadn’t been working on something he loved, it would have been impossible to keep going.
Robot Cops Are Coming
“As much as I’m scared of it, I kind of want one,” Jason Calacanis, founder and host of Launch voiced the general audience sentiment. Knightscope CEO William Santana Li had just walked us through the features of his five foot tall, 300 pound security machine, which has the ability to scan license plates and identify sex offenders using facial recognition.
The Olympics are nearly over. While most of us don’t compete in sports at a world class level, there are still lessons we can learn from those who do.