Sunday, July 23, 2017
 
 
7-21 PW: Agents vs. Technology
Broker Adam Conrad discusses if agents can really be replaced by technology in real estate.
 
Technology
Your daily 30 Second Download on Technology
 
Try It Before You Buy It: TeloYears
Try It Before You Buy It: TeloYears
 
Joplin business travels world in search of newest technology
Joplin business travels world in search of newest technology
 
Rocky Mountain Power
Rocky Mountain Power
 
MoneyTips
Your daily 30 Second Download on MoneyTips
 
Tech Talk 7-19-17
Tech Talk 7-19-17
 
Samsung finally launches Bixby voice commands in the U.S.
Samsung users in the U.S. are finally getting the full range of features of the company's digital assistant, Bixby.
 
Health + Wellness
Your daily 30 Second Download on Health + Wellness
 
Technology Tuesday July 18, 2017
Technology Tuesday July 18, 2017
 



1 Million Cups - Innovation Automation - 7/18/17
1 Million Cups - Innovation Automation - 7/18/17
 
Traffic Apps
Traffic Apps
 
What customers of Verizon need to know about the info leak
What customers of Verizon need to know about the info leak
 
Drone Photos Help Farmers Crop
As a new wave of technology-based jobs hit the agriculture sector, some Wisconsin businesses are taking advantage.
 
"True People Search" Website Keeps Tabs on You
"True People Search" Website Keeps Tabs on You KCTV -- The website can keep tabs on nearly anyone, but it's easy to remove yourself once you realize you're on it. Morgan Cormack doesn't know life without the internet. The 23-year-old barely remembers the world before social media. Even growing up in an age where so much is online, she is stunned that so much is online about her. "That's pretty frightening. I didn't expect it to have all the information on there," said Morgan. 29-year-old Kaylyn Gimber is a millennial in the same boat. "Yeah. You can click on it and map out exactly where I live. Wow," said Kaylyn. Cell phones, land lines, addresses, even their apartment numbers maps leading to their homes, along with the information of every single family member. "It's very detailed and that's very alarming to me," said Morgan. Technology expert Burton Kelso says "True People Search" is perfectly legal and one of many free sites where your personal information is readily available to anyone who wants it. "Nobody should be shocked at all," Kelso explains. But Kelso says most of the information collected isn't coming from social media. "If they're getting their items shipped to them, then they're sending that information out," said Kelso. If you ever entered into a contract with a business like a cable, internet or cell provider, your information might have been sold. Marriage licenses, divorce filings, birth and death records, tax records, they're all out there being collected and shared by sites like this one. The good news: It's easy to remove yourself from true people search Burton Kelso recommends the website (accountkiller.com) to get you started with removing your personal information from the internet. It lists dozens of sites you may be on-and there's a quick link you can click to remove your information. (KCTV)
 
Herrett Center Workers clean observatory telescope
The process takes a couple days and workers do it every couple of years.
 
New Wind Farm To Be Built In Wayne County, NE
New wind farm to be built in Wayne County, NE.
 
Keep Your Home Safe and Secure!
Keep Your Home Safe and Secure!
 
fox pop
water is important blah blah blah
 
Electricity Costs Across Texas
Triple digit temperatures are commonplace this summer, and Texans are feeling the heat.
 


 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 





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