Most Memorable Tech of the 2010's

Sammy Rich on Jan 20, 2020 9:30:00 AM

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There is a lot that could be said about the 2010’s. Above all else, though, this decade has shown the way technology has become so inter-woven in our society that it is near impossible to separate the two.

From the social media apps we frequent, to how we work or pay for food or communicate with one another, technology has made our lives far more convenient. Ten years ago, did anyone think that you could walk into a store, grab anything you want, tuck it in your bag, then leave without having to stop to pay, and do it completely ethically and legally? (Well, okay, Amazon might have, considering they did just that with Amazon Go in 2018.)

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Be The Office Hero

We’ve all been there before, trying to format a graph in a Microsoft Excel spreadsheet or getting a picture to fit right on a Word document. You may feel frustrated and confused-- but then, someone else in the office rushes over, makes a few clicks, and like magic, the program is doing what you want it to. As they head back to their desk, you admire them for their adapt skills. They are… the Office Hero.

Individuals that have the know-how to stay organized and make things happen are a sought-after commodity. Strong computer skills in the workforce have gone from a nice-to-have to an essential part of the workplace.

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6 Ways Drones are Changing the World, One Crop at a Time

Emilie Reed on Mar 16, 2018 11:26:00 AM

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Have you ever flown a drone? Do you know all the crazy cool things you can do with a drone, such as take aerial videos of your house or neighborhood, use it to chase weather storms, or scope out your hunting grounds? Did you know you can also use drones for farming?

Unmanned Aerial Vehicles, otherwise known as drones, have been commercially used since the early 1980’s. Starting out in military strategies, the practical uses of drones has been growing faster than ever. Because the agricultural industry is so crucial for our survival, many are working to maximize the functions of drones for agriculture.  Over 33% of farmers are using drones for their crop production. From automated planting to crop management with real-time monitoring, drones play a vital role in the future of farming.

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7 Things You Can Do With Photoshop

Stephanie Bachman on Jul 14, 2017 10:34:00 AM

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In the world of design, those with the most clever, most flashy, and most creative pieces win. They snag our attention with their inventive ideas and make us interested in what they have to offer.

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5 Careers Related to Drone Piloting

Annile Anderson on Jun 16, 2017 10:38:00 AM

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Drones, or Unmanned Aerial Vehicles (UAVs) are quickly becoming popularized today, and for good reason. There is so much that can be done with them. Many drones are like video recorders attached to remote controlled planes. The concept sounds like a glorified toy, but it is used for many serious things like the military and security surveillance. There are other significant uses for drones as well.

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5 Ways to Use 3D Printing In Everyday Life

Annile Anderson on Jun 12, 2017 8:20:00 AM

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When we think of 3D printing, we might think of technological advancements or mass manufacturing. It is quickly becoming a great way for industries to try out new prototypes and create items on a large scale that are less likely to contain flaws or cause waste.

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How To Set Up A Home Welding Station

Agustin Avila on Dec 3, 2015 7:00:00 AM

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Welding is a useful skill to have, not only when working on your vehicle, but also when doing general repairs around your home. While most people think that you must own a commercial workshop to weld like a pro, it is not always the case. With an excellent understanding of welding, including the safety considerations, tools, and materials, you can set up a home welding station for your home welding projects.

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6 Must Follow Strategies to Optimize RCM

Jeff Hough on Nov 24, 2015 7:00:00 AM

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In an era where healthcare margins are getting razor-thin and navigating reimbursement policies is trickier than ever, sound revenue cycle management (RCM) practices can help practices and providers lift their bottom line. An efficient RCM workflow and a sound set of policies ensures smooth, reliable billing processes and a higher rate of collection on services rendered.

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3 Things Access Beginners Should Know

Agustin Avila on Nov 19, 2015 7:00:00 AM

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When you work with a lot of data, you must have a way to sort and store it. Tables and queries in Access allow you to sort data, but you also must learn how to use the forms feature when learning Microsoft Access for beginners. To accurately record customer data or other business records, three key features you should know how to use are tables, queries, and forms.

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Autodesk Certification and Revit: What You Need to Know

Autodesk is the company that makes AutoCAD software for the design of buildings and other structures, used by architects, planners, designers, contractors and engineers.

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