Monitor The Office Coffee Maker with A Stack of Cups

Monitor The Office Coffee Maker with A Stack of Cups

Coffee is the lifeblood of many offices, so you might want to prepare a fresh brew if it’s been sitting out for a few hours. But how do you know when it’s time to fire up the machine again? All you need to keep track is two styrofoam cups.

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Monitor The Office Coffee Maker with A Stack of Cups

Monitor The Office Coffee Maker with A Stack of Cups

Coffee is the lifeblood of many offices, so you might want to prepare a fresh brew if it’s been sitting out for a few hours. But how do you know when it’s time to fire up the machine again? All you need to keep track is two styrofoam cups.

Read more…

Monitor The Office Coffee Maker with A Stack of Cups

Monitor The Office Coffee Maker with A Stack of Cups

Coffee is the lifeblood of many offices, so you might want to prepare a fresh brew if it’s been sitting out for a few hours. But how do you know when it’s time to fire up the machine again? All you need to keep track is two styrofoam cups.

Read more…

Monitor The Office Coffee Maker with A Stack of Cups

Monitor The Office Coffee Maker with A Stack of Cups

Coffee is the lifeblood of many offices, so you might want to prepare a fresh brew if it’s been sitting out for a few hours. But how do you know when it’s time to fire up the machine again? All you need to keep track is two styrofoam cups.

Read more…

Monitor The Office Coffee Maker with A Stack of Cups

Monitor The Office Coffee Maker with A Stack of Cups

Coffee is the lifeblood of many offices, so you might want to prepare a fresh brew if it’s been sitting out for a few hours. But how do you know when it’s time to fire up the machine again? All you need to keep track is two styrofoam cups.

Read more…

Monitor The Office Coffee Maker with A Stack of Cups

Monitor The Office Coffee Maker with A Stack of Cups

Coffee is the lifeblood of many offices, so you might want to prepare a fresh brew if it’s been sitting out for a few hours. But how do you know when it’s time to fire up the machine again? All you need to keep track is two styrofoam cups.

Read more…

Monitor The Office Coffee Maker with A Stack of Cups

Monitor The Office Coffee Maker with A Stack of Cups

Coffee is the lifeblood of many offices, so you might want to prepare a fresh brew if it’s been sitting out for a few hours. But how do you know when it’s time to fire up the machine again? All you need to keep track is two styrofoam cups.

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Dentist who used copyright to silence her patients is on the run

Dentists can be scary even when they don’t threaten their patients over online reviews.

A lawsuit regarding a dentist and her ticked-off patient was meant to be a test of a controversial copyright contract created by a company called Medical Justice. Just a day after the lawsuit was filed, though, Medical Justice backed down, saying it was “retiring” that contract.

Now, more than a year after the lawsuit was filed, the case against Dr. Stacy Makhnevich seems to have turned into a case about a fugitive dentist. Makhnevich is nowhere to be found, won’t defend the lawsuit, and her lawyers have asked to withdraw from the case.

No-criticism contract promised additional “privacy”

In 2010, Robert Lee was experiencing serious dental pain. He went to see Dr. Stacy Makhnevich, the “Classical Singer Dentist of New York,” in part because she was a preferred provider for his dental insurance company. Before Makhnevich treated him, she asked him to sign a contract titled “Mutual Agreement to Maintain Privacy.”

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Portitle Finds and Aggregates All the Movie Info You Could Ever Need

Portitle Finds and Aggregates All the Movie Info You Could Ever Need

Windows/Chrome: When you’re trying to find a movie to watch, you might want to look it up on IMDB, then read about it on Wikipedia, then try to find a place to watch it. Portitle puts all of this info in one place, and is accessible from your right click menu.

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Switched On: Played out

Each week Ross Rubin contributes Switched On, a column about consumer technology.

DNP Switched On Played out

At the launch of the BlackBerry Z10 and Q10 — the first hardware devices to run on the long-awaited BlackBerry 10 operating system — there seemed to be a silver lining for the renamed company’s struggling PlayBook tablet. Confirming speculation, CEO Thorsten Heins promised a cheering crowd that the PlayBook would receive an update to a new OS. This would open the door to signature features, a more polished user interface and a vastly expanded app library.

But something was amiss. The company had also announced that, to simplify app development, BlackBerry 10 would support two screen resolutions: the Z10′s 1,280 x 768 and the Q10′s 720 x 720. In contrast, the PlayBook resolution is 1,024 x 600. Late last month, the other shoe dropped as BlackBerry confirmed that the PlayBook would not receive the promised update, leaving it with an abandoned OS and marking the effective exit of BlackBerry from the tablet market.

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