This might be the coolest (or creepiest) new social app we’ve seen in months by Zach Epstein, bgr.com June 19 10:17 AM It seems like each new social app that launches pushes us further apart as a society. Thousands of users posting minutia impossible to care about… ridiculous secrets anonymously posted with zero accountability… stupid apps designed to do little more than annoy us… it’s all becoming overwhelming. Every so often, however, something different emerges that finds novel ways to bring us closer together — and 20 Days Stranger is
Tech in the House of Yakir David Yakir I just had a video conference call cancelled at the last minute. Since I had an hour free, I thought I’d take a stab at answering some of the questions Ive been getting from you tech geeks about the state of computer technology in the house of Yakir. I’ll divide this up into two posts. Today, I’ll cover the hardware. I’ll follow this up with a software lineup. First, the Yakir Group is a cloud driven organization and with
Introducing the new &Yakir™ &Yakir is the entrepreneur’s partner. &Yakir is a new category of business. It is an entrepreneurial consulting group, which replaces the customer-client fee-for-service model with acollaborative value proposition. Now, in exchange for investment or other incentives, &Yakir works only with partners, providing integrated strategies and custom supports required to achieve in today’s environment.
The 6 Robots That Will Wash And Feed Us When We’re Old by Nicole Edine, huffingtonpost.comMay 28 02:24 PM Between 2012 and 2050, the number of Americans age 65 or older is predicted to nearly double from 43.1 million to 83.7 million, according to a U.S. Census report published this month. The U.S. Department of Health and Human Services estimates that the country’s graying demographics, combined with greater accessibility to healthcare under the Affordable Care Act, will lead to a rise in demand for care services for the elderly. Who
5 reasons to stop treating social as its own discipline by Drew Neisser, smartblogs.com April 15 Recognizing that this post is going out on a social media blog and will be promoted on a newsletter mainly for social media practitioners and is being written by a guy who runs a social/content agency, you’ll have to pardon the heretical if not potentially self-destructive nature of the headline above. But, really truly folks, now is the time to ask this question. After about six years of social centricity I, like many