I grew up watching professional football. Whatever city we lived in at the time had a team we would follow and root for each season. We were living in the Dallas-Ft Worth area when the Dallas Cowboys franchise began and we instantly took to everything Cowboys. Years later, we were in Jacksonville, Florida when the city voted to receive the franchise of the Jaguars under the ownership of Wayne Weaver. Over the years the National Football League has grown and has become a major source for entertainment and revenue. So it seems that Apple and Google are both bidding for permission to stream NFL games. This means watching your favorite team online whether you’re home or away. http://www.usatoday.com/story/tech/news/2016/01/08/report-apple-google-bidding-nfl-game-streams/78506168/
The Computer Electronics Show 2016 winds up this weekend after a week of showing off a whole flood of new innovations on display. Although many of the gadgets will end up on the trash heap by the end of the year, others will go on to become something many shoppers will look for by Christmas. CNET has been at CES all week and put together a slide show with explanation of those things that stood out among the rest. http://www.cnet.com/pictures/all-the-cool-new-gadgets-at-ces-2016-pictures/
If you own a tablet computer, you should read iTab Magazine, the online publication for tablets and their owners. http://iTab.jimonline.com
Finally this week, I came across an article from Time magazine with helpful ideas that make your brain work better. Today’s world causes you to have to work smarter instead of working harder. Training your brain invites better work habits and improved intelligence. In the piece written by Jessica Stillman, I learned some practical tips to brain exercises and when to take a break. Read “10 Small Things You Can Do Everyday to Get Smarter”… http://flip.it/NYdDP
That’s it this week. Have a great weekend and may God bless you and keep you safe.
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