[3 Jun 2015 | No Comment | 418 views]
Bringing QA Jobs Back to United States – How Urban Onshoring Works

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PBS’s SciTech Now series shed new light on a  IT phenomenon called “Urban Onshoring” movement and how Information Technology is changing to support the evolving Tech economy.
SciTech Now, the show is hosted by PBS’s Hari Srinivasian. It’s a show that focuses on science and technology trends and brings in guests that are subject matter experts in various areas. Episode 29 is of particular interest because it hits a nerve regarding why so many IT jobs were sent offshore over the past 20 years and how the trend may be shifting.
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[3 Jun 2015 | No Comment | 418 views]
Bringing QA Jobs Back to United States – How Urban Onshoring Works

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PBS’s SciTech Now series shed new light on a  IT phenomenon called “Urban Onshoring” movement and how Information Technology is changing to support the evolving Tech economy.
SciTech Now, the show is hosted by PBS’s Hari Srinivasian. It’s a show that focuses on science and technology trends and brings in guests that are subject matter experts in various areas. Episode 29 is of particular interest because it hits a nerve regarding why so many IT jobs were sent offshore over the past 20 years and how the trend may be shifting.
The term …

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[28 Mar 2015 | No Comment | 850 views]
T3C to Sponsor First Bourbon Make Your Own at Woodford

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For our bourbon friends – this seems like the dream idea – a private opportunity to travel to Woodford Reserve to design and create 180 bottles of our own Woodford made bourbon. Comes to only $55 per bottle. We make it, we bottle it – $10,000 – 20 guys means $500 per guy. – AND YOU GET 9 BOTTLES for yourself – IT’S a WIN WIN.
 
 
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As a special bonus, those interested in also registering for the Bourbon Trail Tour – we will be …

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[3 Mar 2015 | No Comment | 585 views]
How to Connect Different Twitter Accounts to Multiple Facebook Pages (not Profiles)

Twitter to Facebook Pages Challenge
One of the best automated activities is to be able to post something to Twitter and then have it replicate to your website and then to your associated Facebook Page.  But Facebook pages are assigned to one Facebook Profile. To link your Twitter account to one Facebook page is simple, there’s a utility in the Twitter settings that allows you to connect to one Facebook profile and then to one Facebook page.
So what do you do when you have multiple Twitter accounts with unique email setups …

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[1 Mar 2015 | No Comment | 1,133 views]
The 2016 Daytona International Speedway Seating Updates

The ambitious Daytona International Speedway Rising project is moving into a new era and there will be some exciting changes at DIS as they prepare for the 58th Daytona 500 on February 21, 2016. The Turn 1 seats have been installed – approximately 40,000 new seats were installed in the Turn 1 side of the frontstretch grandstands. The Turn 4 and frontstretch is well underway. What should visitors expect with the new Daytona International Speedway in 2016? We thought that nothing was changing with the Sprint Tower and we’d be returning …

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[28 Feb 2015 | 2 Comments | 906 views]
NASCAR Frequency App for iPhone and Android Smartphones

For probably about 5 years now, people have been wondering why no one is offering a NASCAR app that allows people to listen to their favorite drivers team directly from their phone.
There’s probably a number of reasons why – but as a NASCAR fan who’s invested over $500 in Bearcat Scanners and custom headphones, there’s no reason why technology shouldn’t be updated to allow scanner frequencies on smartphones. But it doesn’t come without challenges.
­Why a Scanner?
It’s a great track experience to eavesdrop in on all of the team communications. Team members carrying …

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[5 May 2014 | No Comment | 8,446 views]
Historic Blairsden Estate Opens to Public

The Blairsden Estate in Peapack Gladstone, New Jersey, is certainly one of the greatest examble of beaux arts mansions in the United States. For a short thirty day window this private estate is open to the public as part of Mansion in May, that started back in 1974 with the Women’s Association of Morristown Medical Center (WAMMC) and has raised over $8 million for worthwhile causes at Morristown Medical Center.
 
Blairsden, built in the late 1890’s was Over sixty designers have spent months preparing for the Mansion in May exhibit.
Blairsden is the name of …

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[11 Jan 2014 | No Comment | 32,653 views]
Daytona 500 Ticket Price History – 2014 Face Values Mixed

2014- Face value of Daytona 500 tickets – Mixed Bag
Take the black and white checkered seating on the frontstretch. That’ll set you back $680 a seat for a 4 day race package in 2014. And that’s the only way Daytona Intl Speedway sells the best seats on the frontstretch. Grandstand seating capacity was noted by ISC to be 147,000.
What about the enclosed suite box above Daytona International Speedway? ISC mentions there are 112 suites at DIS . Super exclusive! How much you ask for a four day package? The 2014 pricetage for what’s known as the Budweiser 1876 club …

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[9 Oct 2013 | No Comment | 3,174 views]
Facebook Needs a Don’t Like Button

So how’s this for an idea? It’s about time to get together and tell Facebook it’s time to create a Don’t Like button. Haven’t you seen enough crap that you can’t stand when someone says they “Like” something.
Enough already. It’s time for Facebook to create a Don’t Like button.
While there at it, why don’t they create a “Not My Friend” Button as well. I can then share with my friends those who we can’t stand so they stay away as well.
Just remember for every like, there’s someone who dislikes. And …

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[1 Oct 2013 | No Comment | 9,793 views]
Healthcare.Gov site Dissappoints New Jersey Exchange Users Day 1

As American’s flocked online to check out the new Healthcare.gov site, thousands of people have been unable to even set up a user profile let alone shop for comparative pricing. For people looking to access the site as well as those of us testing the system starting at 8:00am EDT, it’s 2:30pm and there’s still no way to connect and register on the site.
The exchanges are the critical part of the Affordable Care Act’s requirement that uninsured Americans buy health insurance. They opened Tuesday for business and the open-enrollment period …

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[3 Sep 2013 | 4 Comments | 41,356 views]
Best Crumb Cake in New Jersey –  Discuss Now

Maybe we’re taking this way to seriously, but I’ve been searching for bakeries that serve New Jersey’s best crumb cake. If you’re NOT a fan of the cake, you might want to leave now because we’re really going to get into the discussion. Now for those of you who ARE fans, read on.
New Jersey fans of crumb cake have been treated for years with the delectable breakfast offering. As we’ve found, this treat is not available all over the country. While companies such as Entenmanns have tried to fill the bakery …