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Chris Cota (atlcomputerdude)
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Google Certified Partner ♕Social Media Ninja♕ Serial Entrepreneur.
Google Certified Partner ♕Social Media Ninja♕ Serial Entrepreneur.

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I just wanted to share one of Instagram's newest features. In your story if you have 10,000 or more followers this feature is enabled it allows you to tell your followers to swipe up and it will open the link that you insert. If you do not currently have 10,000 followers you can simply contact us and we can help you get there . https://www.instagram.com/p/BVqsNABDu6u/?taken-by=executivesocial

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#technews YouTube's VR 180 and Daydream cameras bring immersive video to traditional creators

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#technews Yummy flash drives you didn’t know you needed - Take a byte out of your data storage with one of these delicious USB storage devices. These cute thumb drives can turn a dull day at work into an enjoyable one. From chocolate bars to hot sauce bottles, this list has every food-themed flash drive for every type of taste. Break me off a piece Save room for dessert, literally. Get it here for $14.98. The... Take a byte out of your data storage with one of these delicious USB storage de...

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#technews Why Tumblr's new 'safe mode' is a bigger deal than you think

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#technews The first deployable 'soft' robot has just been developed, and it's perfect for space missions

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Welcome to Cota & Faussette Executive Social. This page is run by a Corporate Business Developer and an Executive ..
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#technews Elon Musk, world's 8th best CEO, shares how he spends his free time

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#technews These drones with Wi-Fi have X-ray vision - Drones can now see through walls — sort of.  Researchers at the University of California, Santa Barbara, just figured out how to use Wi-Fi signals and drones to create 3D maps of the inside of buildings.  The video above demonstrates their process, which is also detailed in a paper published online. For the experiment the team used two drones. One... Drones can now see through walls — sort of.  Researchers at the University of California...

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