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Influential Geek was started in early 2010. This blog covers several different types of geeky mediums, such as; gadgets, tech news, art, video games, physics, space, toys, and anything else that catches my attention and seems worthy of sharing.

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  • App to track your family
    on Feb 11, 2011
    Call it "Big Brother", but any parent who has lost their child -even for a for a split second- in a crowd would LOVE to have the ability to find their loved ones without the momentary sense of panic. Enter an App (that's short for ...Kr...
  • The Vatican excommunicates the Confession iPhone App
    on Feb 10, 2011
    Shawn Paul WoodIn an odd twist of sacrament, the Vatican put its earthen, open-toed sandal down about the recent ballyhooed Confession app, according to Reuters."One cannot speak in any way of confessing via iPhone," [Vatican spokes-priest...
  • Generation Y is emailing less
    on Feb 10, 2011
    Sharalyn HartwellGeneration Y is emailing less. And, Generation Y is emailing more. It all just depends on where that emailing takes places. Emailing through traditional web-based email sites on PCs is on the decline, while mobile emailing is on the...
  • The Pipedown campaign
    on Feb 10, 2011
    Stephen SmoliarPipedown is a British protest organization, founded by Nigel Rodgers, dedicated to eliminating the misuse of “piped music” (most frequently associated with the trade name “Muzak” on this side of the pond) in pub...
  • Archaeology and technology: Next Engine New Multidrive
    on Feb 1, 2011
    Lolita NikolovaThree-dimensional documentation methods are hallmarks of 21st century global archaeology. The low cost technology such as NextEngine 2010 (abt $3,000) is promising to believe that soon the scale and areas of embedding of the three-dime...
  • Lab-grown meat: An idea whose time is yet to come?
    on Jan 31, 2011
    Howard PortnoyThe scene is the meat counter of a supermarket circa 2050. Customer: “I’ll take a test tube of rib roast, a beaker of calf’s liver, and a vial of chicken breast.”If the prospect of ordering meat that was “r...
  • Cell phone use; socially anxious prefer texting while lonely prefer to talk
    on Jan 29, 2011
    Gunjan SinghJust 10 years ago no one would have thought that short message service (SMS) would become as dominant of a service in both traffic volume and in revenue in the global cell phone market. The success of SMS is particularly surprising given...
  • Want to work for Google? Google announces massive 2011 hiring plans
    on Jan 25, 2011
    Cheryl PhillipsIf you're looking for a job, Google announced on Tuesday, January 2011 that it plans to hire a record number employees this year. Google's blog post states that it expects to exceed the more than 6,000 people the company hired...
  • Kyle's Corner (FYI) Mill of the year - It simply gives the biggest thrill!
    on Jan 25, 2011
    Kyle BuschIn today’s automotive world, there are many good mills or engines. And in regard to this year’s (2010 engines) winner, Evo magazine explains, “We were going to be sensible and give this award to something ‘worthy&rsq...
  • Today in History-January 24 Apple's first Mac, Epstein signed the Beatles
    on Jan 24, 2011
    Beth GoodwinJanuary 24th was the day in history when…1984: Apple Computer unveiled its Macintosh personal computer. The Mac was the first popular home computer. It was distinctive because it was the first desktop to use a mouse rather than a t...
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