Does Tor actually work


Tor is a free software designed to enable anonymity online. It works just like an Internet Browser, but Tor instead directs Internet traffic through a free, worldwide, volunteer network that consist of more that ‘four thousand relays’. This then conceals a user’s location and his usage from anyone conducting any type of network surveillance online. In simple words, you can do whatever you want in the Internet and nothing would ever trace back to you. Many people have used this ‘invisible ability’ for good and sometimes even for evil purposes. So back to the real question, does this free software, which works like an anonymous Internet browser, actually work?

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SmileDrive, it’s time to drive social



Driving is something we do every single day. We get in, we get out and that’s pretty much it. However, why if an app existed that made this experience a lot more fun. Well, it turns out that the app does exist and it’s official name is SmileDrive. This app is designed to make your experience more fun when you drive by allowing you to share all your personal experiences lived on your Road Trip in real time. In essence, it’s your social media app experience behind the wheel.

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Bitcoins, should we trust them and are they any different than the FED?


Bitcoins is known as a peer-to-peer digital currency that currently operates with no inter-mediation of a central authority. This digital currency thus has no nation or government protecting it nor giving it any any value or trust. The Bitcoin process is fully digital and no paper money has ever been issued under its name. So the question is, should Bitcoins be allowed to operate and can they be trusted?

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Google Glasses – will it impact social media?


Google Glasses have always attracted the public’s attention. However, many believe and have considered that they will not survive on the market. Price is a big problem and the cost does have a lot of  power in making a difference between a ‘big boom’ or a ‘complete failure’. The U.S might be a good market to begin with, but will the ‘Google Glasses‘ survive at an international level ?

If in fact the Google Glasses do survive at an international level, then social media will be destined to change as well..

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Social Media sites – are they allowed in China?


China is a civilization that has been around for thousands of years. When communism took over many people rebelled without success. Among one of the past events to eliminate communism in China was the Tienanmen Square incident. This event would have been a success in overthrowing communism in China had the People’s Army refused to obey Deng Xiaoping’s order to use lethal force to disperse the demonstrators. Even after this incident China still continues to battle against all those who challenge the communist system. The next war they face is the digital age of social media. The power social media sites have not only made the government declare war on them, it also declared them the ‘New Digital Tienanmen Square threat’.

So what was the first move they made you may ask? Eliminate the enemy of course..

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Who really invented the Tablet ? Was it Apple or Microsoft ?


The iPad was one of Steve Jobs greatest creations. In fact, he stated on a personal interview that he started working on the iPad for a long time before he ever even started on the iPhone. However, the demand at the time was to create a successful mobile phone device. After the iPhone’s success Steve Jobs went right back to improve the iPad.

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Rosetta Stone – Using Social Media to mentally immerse you into a new language.


Rosetta Stone is a famous software designed to teach you how to learn a new language the same way you learned you first.  The process is called dynamic immersion and it usually focuses on visual content to help you learn faster. Recently, Rosetta Stone is providing various social media platforms and sites to enable interaction with consumers and the public. Continue reading