EPA: Clean Power Plan  

McGarr Service Corp By : Kelly McGarr, President

The United States EPA (Environmental Protectant Agency) has recently released their clean power plan proposal.

This proposal will reduce the carbon pollution from current power plants, which is today one of the leading sources of pollution. EPA administrator, Gina McCarthy explains, “By leveraging cleaner energy sources and cutting energy waste, this plan will clean the air we breathe while helping slow climate change so we can leave a safe and healthy future for our kids. - Full Article


I Ditched My iPhone For A Samsung Galaxy S5  

Business Insider By : Jim Edwards

Until recently, I was a loyal Apple customer, with two MacBooks and an iPhone 5. But I recently moved from New York to London, and that meant I needed a new phone number.

But my iPhone was locked, preventing that from happening. So I decided to get a new phone. I really wanted a big, 5.7-inch iPhone 6, but that won't be out until September at the very earliest, and maybe not until next year. - Full Article


Google Analytics New Cost Data Import Beta  

Online eBusiness Solutions By : Vern Nicholson

Google Analytics provides a wealth of information regarding your marketing architecture across multiple platforms.

Just when you thought it couldn't get any better, they go ahead and unleash a beta tool called Cost Analysis, or Cost Data Import. - Full Article


Are We Coming to the End of SEO?  

Mashable By : ANDREW EDWARDS

What are you hoping for when you search for something on Google? Are you looking for a site that deployed every SEO tip and trick to game their way to the top of the list?

Or a site that has relevant, reliable, authoritative content?

Most likely it is the latter, and it seems Google may want that too. - Full Article


Denver Smoker to Laughing Obama: You Want to Take a Hit, Man?  

Time By : Sam Frizell

President Barack Obama certainly got down with the locals on a recent trip to Denver, but not too down.

The President’s visit to the country’s first legal-weed state included drinking beer and playing pool in a local bar with Colorado Governor John Hickenlooper. He shook hands with a guy in a horse mask and had pizza with local Coloradans. - Full Article

 


From Pen And Paper To 3-D, Look Whos Challenging Google Maps  

npr By : CHRISTOPHER WERTH

When it comes to creating a digital map of the world, you may think of Google workers driving around in high-tech cars mounted with cameras — snapping photos of everything.

But Robert Scott walks the streets of London jotting down address numbers with nothing more than a pen and a piece of paper. - Full Article


Is Pot Nation on the way?  

Washington Post By : Staff Reporting

Sales of recreational marijuana begin today in Washington state, bringing to two the number of states where adults are allowed to legally buy pot whether or not they have a medical condition (real or feigned) for which it might be helpful.

The experience of Washington and Colorado is going to accelerate the acceptance of legalization, and make it more likely to pass elsewhere. - Full Article


Young woman abandons infant at Columbus Circle subway platform  

NY Daily News By : Staff Reporting

A young woman decided to make Columbus Circle the last stop for a 7-month-old baby girl Monday — abandoning the adorable infant on the subway platform while she darted onto a train and disappeared, cops said.

Witnesses said the woman was traveling north on the uptown 1 train about 11:50 a.m. with a red-and-white polka dot stroller, according to cops. - Full Article


Opinion: America and Iran Can Save Iraq  

NY Times By : MOHAMMAD ALI SHABANI

To save Iraq from Sunni extremists, Iran is mobilizing its allies in Iraq and promoting collaboration between Iraq’s government and Syria.

Washington, meanwhile, has dispatched military advisers to Baghdad. On their own, these efforts are valiant. But without coordination, they won’t be fruitful. - Full Article


Apple ramping up two bigger iPhones  

Newsday By : Staff Reporting

Apple suppliers in China will begin mass production of its largest iPhones ever next month, according to people familiar with the plans, as the smartphone maker faces increased competition.

Apple is ramping up on two bigger devices, said the people, who asked not to be identified because the plans are private. - Full Article


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