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ShowDown v2.0 – Now Supporting WooCommerce

Do you own an eCommerce site with ten, hundreds…thousands of products? Wouldn’t it be awesome if you could somehow have a way to have your products compete against each other? Your users would not only find it interesting but it could also give you insight into what your buyers prefer and is popular. ShowDown, now

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Software In A Hardware World

With each passing decade, or less, the apparatus used to consume information has changed at an impressive pace. Paper gave way to the radio. The radio gave way to the television. The television gave way to the computer. The computer gave way to an evolution of itself in many forms being the desktop, laptop and

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Ninja Forms Public View

We’ve been using Ninja Forms over on one of our websites and it’s been nothing but stellar so far. The features are quite rich, for a free plugin, and the add-ons provide a good deal of extensible options. Since we liked it so much, we decided to build an add-on of our own. Introducing Ninja

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SpaceX Will Go To Mars, Then What?

SpaceX, helmed by Elon Musk (the same guy behind Tesla), has just announced that human beings are to become an interplanetary species, if he has his way with it. He insists that we become one as soon as possible, thankfully he has a space program to help the first humans get to Mars. In the

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Looking Back at Olympic Swimmer Eric Moussambani

Just because your country does not have a swimming pool where you can train doesn’t mean you can’t enter the Olympics. See how Eric became a household name due to his swim in the 2000 Sydney Olympics.