Microsoft is now taking sign-ups for $15 Windows 8 Pro upgrades, an offer that is available to anyone who purchased a new PC on June 2 or later. Microsoft is handling registration directly through WindowsUpgradeOffer.com.
Have you recently purchased a new computer? Here’s what you need to know about upgrading to Windows 8 at the discounted price. Continue reading
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Magazine had an exciting launch of the ‘Guyana Issue,’ on Sunday, June 10th, with Harlemite Grace Aneiza Ali (in black dress) is founder and editorial Director. Continue reading
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Blogs can have more impact on purchase decisions than social networks, a new study finds. Blogs create a conversation and trusted resource that influences purchase decision.
The study, “Harnessing the Power of Blogs,” sponsored research by BuzzLogic and conducted by JupiterResearch, a Forrester Research company, looks at the evolving influence from the reader’s perspective. “What we wanted to do was look at the reader’s side of the coin, look at reader patterns and how people are reading blogs…and drill down into the content impacting other media platforms,” said Valerie Combs, VP of corporate communications at BuzzLogic.
Sahara Media, Inc. has announced the launch of Honey Magazine’s new social networking website for multi-cultural females, honeymag.com. The website is anchored by Honey’s wide range of stories covering fashion, beauty and lifestyle, videos and a Career Center. Honeymag.com also provides the opportunity to follow the lives of more than 35 Bloggers in eight countries. Continue reading
There are a lot of MP3-player transmitters on the market, but the new iTrip Universal from Griffin is not only one of the most affordable, it might just pay for itself. FM transmitters, as you know if you’ve ever used one, plug into your MP3 player and then broadcast your music to an unused frequency on any FM radio (in your car, a rental car, or even your home stereo). The only problem is, they usually come with bulky power adapters that plug into a car’s cigarette lighter, or they eat batteries like they’re going out of style (which, actually, they are!), making them alarmingly expensive to use, even for relatively short road trips. The teeny, ecoconscious iTrip Universal has built-in lithium-ion batteries that recharge through its hidden USB plug (it’s under a pop-off cap). And unlike a lot of other such transmitters, which only work with iPods, the iTrip Universal will work with any MP3 player that has a headphone jack. $39.99 (currently on sale for $31.99) at Best Buy. By S. Dumneco for nymag.com
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Halstead Property Development Marketing today announced the launch of a new stand-alone real estate development website at http://www.halsteadpdm.com.
The new website is a comprehensive site focusing on all of Halstead’s development properties and is the first development-specific site created by any of the major brokerages in New York City (check-out the Harlem link). Continue reading
HARLEM WEEK Has A New Website!!! Continue reading
The Root, an online magazine featuring perspectives from prominent and emerging black thought leaders, today announced that Omar Wasow will be the sites Product Strategist, joining recently named Publisher Donna Byrd. Veterans of Black America Web and BlackPlanet, Byrd and Wasow hope to combine their skills to make The Root a smart, savvy hub of thoughtful news and commentary for the post-Civil Rights generation. Continue reading
This week I had a chance to do an interview with Newsweek.com regarding the significance of Barack Obama’s campaign and Harlem. The short video entitled, “Martin, Malcolm, Barack?” features me and multiple Harlem artists. Continue reading