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Wednesday, 26 September 2012

Wednesday, September 26, 2012
There may be light at the end of the tunnel for iPhone users yearning for the return of Google Maps.
Tablet Showdown: Kindle vs. Nook vs. Nexus
Worried About The Bacon Shortage? This Will Help You Cope During The Lean Months Ahead
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Arianna Huffington: It's Exponential: Introducing Impact X
Today I'm delighted to announce the launch of Impact X, our newest section in the HuffPost Impact family, which will highlight the change-making power when humanity and technology come together. When they come together in a focused way, we see their impact multiplied -- hence the X -- and Impact X is a platform for innovators, thinkers, activists, and anyone who wants to use technology to solve problems both in their neighborhoods and across the world. And like all our Impact sections, it's a place to discover worthy causes, read truly inspiring stories, and find ways to take action. So please stop by, share your stories, connect, and get involved. Because global movements take off when people see that they can become the change they wish to see in the world.
Liz Kozak: The 10 Types of Moms on Facebook
If you spend as much time on Facebook as I do, you've noticed a recent influx of proud moms posting kid pictures and updates about the new school year. While so much is brand new with the kiddos, I can't help but notice some patterns emerging...
Soraya Chemaly: The 12-Year-Old Slut Meme and Facebook's Misogyny Problem
Facebook doesn't have a word problem. Or a terms problem. Or a censorship problem. It has a sexism problem.
Carrie Smith: How to Sell Thrift Store Finds for a Profit on eBay
Making consistent side income or extra money from eBay is much more competitive now than it was a few years ago. But I've had tremendous success by following these easy rules.
Lori Day: The Email You 'Write But Don't Send,' and Then Send Anyway
Why oh why did I click 'Send'?

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