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Daniel Taibleson

Citizen based in Scottsdale, AZ, United States. Joined on May 20, 2013
Expertise in Technology, Social media, Small business

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Major updates to Galaxy Note 4: What to expect

Now that the dust is starting to settle on the Galaxy S5 hype, it's time to churn up the rumor mill for the Galaxy Note 4—America's favorite oversized smartphone.

How much does your iPhone know about you? Tips to stay secure

Digital data breaches are becoming more common than new seasons of Real Housewives on Bravo. They're constantly in the news and can happen just about anywhere—major retailers (Target), game consoles (PlayStation), and most recently, Gmail.

Op-Ed: Online workouts — YouTube or professional videos?

The Internet has brought us a new wave of fitness bloggers and digital workout programs; the at-home workout realm has completely changed since the days of walking in place to a Jane Fonda VHS.

Op-Ed: Four U.S. cities to flaunt your bod this summer

Every year, the U.S. swimwear industry sees a revenue of more than $3 billion, a huge portion of which comes from the herds of fitness junkies who work hard to keep their bods in check.

What Wayfair's IPO will mean to Australian furniture exporters

As home goods seller Wayfair cruises toward an initial public offering, its financial situation continues to look better and better.

Op-Ed: 4 great camping destinations in Arizona

Arizona offers the intrepid outdoors enthusiast high adventure in one of the most environmentally diverse places on the planet.

Op-Ed: How to get paid what you're worth

Have you ever left a ton of money on the table? Maybe you have and never realized it. Have you ever thought about how you could negotiate a better salary for yourself?

Insta-photographer: 4 Image-enhancing Apps for Smartphones

With a smartphone, everyone's an aspiring photographer. If you're a professional photographer, you might frown on pocket shutterbugs.

Women In Banking: Janet Yellen Continuing The Trend

Christine Lagarde became the first woman to head the International Monetary Fund in 2011, while Karnit Flug was named the first female governor of the Bank of Israel this past October. Now Janet Yellen will bring a woman's touch to another central bank.

5 steps to recover from a natural disaster

Most businesses have safety and security procedures in place, including disaster recovery plans, to ensure the continuity of business operations in the event of natural disasters.

Your NYE EDM Fashion Guide

New Year’s Eve is coming up fast, and peoples’ thoughts are turning to ringing in 2014 in style. Electronic dance music (EDM) parties, also often known as raves, are a great way for the younger crowd to get together and dance for hours on end.

Op-Ed: Car gadgets that will supercharge your ride

The National Automobile Dealers Association said October saw the sale of more than 1.2 million vehicles, up 10 percent from the same time last year.

Op-Ed: How to create the perfect piece of direct mail

Despite the prevalence of digital marketing, letter-sized direct mail outperforms email With an existing customer response rate of 3.40 percentto 0.12 percent, a 2012 Direct Marketing Association study found.

Op-Ed: Resources for the small business owner — Stay on top of trends

If your business plan goes something like “Sell stuff, make money,” you’re going to need some other tools in your small business toolbox.

Op-Ed: Going pro in the 21st century: Why my son won't become athlete

Children's participation in sports is a part of the fabric of American culture, and the number of children playing sports today is greater than ever.

Op-Ed: How to teach your son the value of a handwritten card

Despite the rise of e-cards, when you care enough to send the very best, a handwritten card is still the best way to get your message across.

Dessert Edition: Spice up your Thanksgiving menu this year

Six in 10 Americans usually bring dessert to a Thanksgiving meal when dining as guests, Baskin-Robbins has found. Yummy! But when was the last time you had something new for dessert on Thanksgiving?

Halloween events for EDM fans

Halloween allows EDM fans to enjoy new levels of anonymity on the dance floor — or, exhibitionism, if that’s what they prefer. No genre of music has embraced this holiday with such verve since KISS lit stages on fire for your parents back in the 70s.

Unemployment increases for middle-aged Americans

Shocking new data reported by The Huffington Post shows four of five U.S. adults have suffered joblessness or underemployment for part of their lives, resulting in poverty or reliance on social welfare programs.

How chat software can complement teacher communication

Your English class has finished reading “Heart of Darkness,” and you would like to show the film “Apocalypse Now.” In a traditional classroom, teachers might stop the film in various places to have discussions about the adaptation.
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