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August, 2014

Photographer’s Perfect ‘Arrangements’ Series Highlights Color and Simplicity

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For photographer Emily Blincoe, there’s beauty in precise organization.

Blincoe’s love of simplicity is evident in her series “Arrangements,” an ode to color, shape and impeccable prop styling. Blincoe has an eye for beautiful groupings, whether she’s photographing a crate full of heirloom tomatoes or the cracked shells of farm-fresh eggs.

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Over the course of her career, the young photographer has arranged candies, knickknacks, leaves, flowers and more. “[It's] fun to take an idea and see how many different ways I can re-work the same idea,” she told Mashable. Read more…

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JUMP Cable Is The Right Smartphone Charger For Forgetful People

jumpcable Like many other users, the battery on my iPhone tends to die right before the end of the day. One obvious solution is to use a case like the Mophie, but I don’t like increasing the size of my phone. Another is to carry a battery charger around with me, but unfortunately, I am just too dunderheaded to remember an extra device. Read More

How to Be a Highly Competitive Mobile Developer

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The demand for mobile software developers is red hot, and the demand for Android developers is even hotter

Since Americans are consumed by their smartphones alone for about an hour per day (a figure that doesn’t even account for tablet/other electronic media usage), most companies need highly skilled mobile developers to adapt their website or service to mobile usage.

Generally, enterprises and startups alike are adapting their products or services to the two biggest names in mobile technology: iOS and Android. Read more…

Android is outpacing iOS in the job market by a landslide

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