People often wonder how many ways they can reach their target audience or people that they want to stay connected to in life. We obviously do not have a ton of ways for you to connect with us, and that is intentional. We are committed to giving real responses from real people. In this post, we’ll be sharing ways you can connect with us, and a few other interesting technologies from around the internet.
Part 1: Ways We Can Connect:
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Speaking of technology, we’d also like to give WordPress a shout out for hosting this blog, and SquareSpace for being our main website platform.
As you can see, we do not use too many technologies, because our goal is to be streamlined, relational and effective.
Part 2: Cool Technologies
1.Duolingo – “Hands down, the best way to learn a new language from scratch (if you’re not already in school taking one) or strengthen your use with one that’s slipping is to use Duolingo. It’s all online and utterly free, bolstered by mobile apps.”
2.Waze – “You probably think of Waze as a mobile app only for helping you skirt traffic with the help of a vast online community. True, but there is a live Waze map for desktop browsers as well. Log in with your account to get the latest even on the big screen.”
3. MusicBee– “A highly customizable music player and organizer, MusicBee gives iTunes a run for its money, especially when it comes to finding and organizing podcasts on the desktop. It’s also great at syncing music with your Android-based phones or tablets via a cable.”
4.Telegram– “One of the new class of messaging services with an ecosystems of apps, Telegram delivers not only easy communications, but also encryption security end-to-end. It’s a stand-out on iPhone, and has native apps on just about every platform available. Send messages, files, photos, animated GIFs (the search is built in), and create channels of up to 5,000 people to broadcast to. ”
5. CyberGhost VPN – “Europe-centric CyberGhost offers a free, ad-driven VPN service to let you browse anonymously, and it does a great job—so great there’s little need to upgrade to the paid version. That was more than enough for it to earn our PCMag Editors’ Choice award.”
6. The PC Decrapifier– “PCs come with a LOT of bloated crap on them, software-wise. PC Decrapifier will try to scrub all that crap off the drive for you. Download this donation-ware and run it the minute you get a new Windows PC from the store.”
7. Lightworks -“Pro-level video editing, with quality up to Red 4K files? You can get it, if you download Lightworks. The free version limits output to 1080p videos on Vimeo or 720p vids on YouTube, but with most of same tools that exist in the $25/month Pro version. You also need to renew the free license every 7 days.”
8. Shade – “A simple way to sandbox your existing applications that may be under threat (like a browser). Launch Shade, copy the shortcut for the software you want to protect to it, then launch it—the running program is sandboxed safely from the rest of Windows.”
9. FileSeek – “FileSeek is an easy-to-use file search app that includes advanced functionality for power users! Search through files using simple queries or regular expressions. You can even sync your search settings between computers.”
10. Trelby – “A free, multiplatform, feature-rich screenwriting program!”
We’d also love to thank a few institutions who have been so supportive of us since the beginning, including Yale University, University of Pennsylvania, Wharton School of Business, Goldman Sachs, Mass General Hospital, Boston Medical Center, Tufts Medical Center, Hospital of the University of Pennsylvania, Dr. Sherunda Simone Josey International and a host of others. Keep doing what you do with excellence!