The Polaroid brand, around since 1937, has been called a photography staple. While the company started out with various products using polarized technology – sunglasses, 3-D movies, and dog goggles – Polaroid is now best known for its quick retro photos. In 1948, Edwin Land invented the first Polaroid instant camera. The idea was sparked… Continue reading The Polaroid Camera: A Development in Photography
After the fall of Google Reader and Twitter RSS, many have pondered if RSS is dead, but the technology is still alive and well here at DashBurst. RSS (Rich Site Summary or often referred to as Really Simple Syndication) is a standard web feed format to automatically publish information like blog posts, photos, videos, audio… Continue reading RSS: Really Simple Syndication for DashBurst
Social media is one of the most effective ways for you and your business to get more traffic and generate new leads. Having the right social media management tools and a presence on all the major networks like Facebook, Twitter, Google+ and LinkedIn is a necessity these days for any business. But what kind of… Continue reading 12 Best Social Media Management Tools
Have you met the new DashBurst yet? We have just launched a new multimedia social network and blogging platform for creatives of all types and we’re live on Indiegogo! Are you a writer, artist, musician or creator of any kind of media? We’ve spent nearly three years developing DashBurst into an emerging community to help… Continue reading Ready. Set. Let’s Indiegogo and Help Get DashBurst – a Social Nework for Creatives of All Types – Funded
Ever wonder which companies employees want to work for most? Now you can find out thanks to a LinkedIn study on which companies are in the most demand across North America. By analyzing more than 10 billion data points between members and companies and comparing that information with thousands of member surveys, LinkedIn could determine… Continue reading The 50 Most Sought After North American Corporate Employers of 2014 From LinkedIn
Ever wonder where some of the biggest companies got their brand names? Thanks to a Wikipedia list showing the etymology of hundreds of company names, it’s easy to learn the origins of many of the biggest brand names out there, including the 50 well-known companies here: 1. 7-Eleven Originally called “U-Tote’m,” the convenience store chain… Continue reading How Did These 50 Big Brand Companies Get Their Names?
The opening game of the 2014 FIFA World Cup kicks off on Thursday, and the world is getting pretty excited – especially host country Brazil. From donning silly outfits to dressing up their dogs, Brazilians and people around the world are already cheering on Brazil. Here are some of the best Instagrams of people preparing… Continue reading Preparing for the 2014 FIFA World Cup, as Told by Instagram [PHOTOS]
Over 35,000 runners and nearly half a million spectators attended the 118th annual Boston Marathon. The event was momentous for many reasons, not the least of which the fact that it was the first Boston marathon since the 2013 bombings. The 2014 Boston Marathon saw its first American winner in 31 years, Meb Keflezighi, with… Continue reading Unstoppable: the 118th Boston Marathon, in Pictures