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Frequent fliers who also happen to own various smart devices including smartphones, tablets and laptops should make sure their toys have good-enough battery charges and can be easily turned on during security checks, so agents can play with them, Engadget reports. The Transportation Security Administration (TSA) said on Sunday in a press release that it requires certain overseas airports with direct flights to the U.S. to check whether electronic devices power on and work as supposed to.
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The team at WhoIsHostingThis.com has shared several interesting graphics in the past that offer visual explanations and explorations of all sorts of fascinating topics. Recent offerings include a closer look at the six organizations that secretly run the Internet and a guide that taught us how to find the invisible Internet.
Facebook always seems to be taking heat for something, and its most recent slip up involved conducting a massive psychological experiment on its users without their knowledge or permission. Mere weeks before this latest uproar, however, Facebook found itself the target of user complaints for another reason: The company announced that it would begin tracking users’ web browsing history and using it to serve targeted advertisements.
We all want to see our content read and shared widely, but no one wants to look like an attention hog.
How much self-promotion is too much self-promotion? It’s a great question.