Monday, March 28, 2016

Scattermouth: The Next Social Network?

Featuring at Tech Access is about the next big thing in Social Networking contributed by Mandy Ulis, one of our guest authors. Read on to know more.

The mobile phone is far more powerful than the average person gives it credit for. Over 60 million messages and photos are sent every day through Snapchat alone. The images are there for viewing and then disappear. What’s unique is that the startup has already proven impressive, despite two facts – it is just 10% of the volume of Facebook and it makes no money. is a unique social network that is combining the beloved features of Facebook, Twitter, and Snapchat. So many of the Snapchat users have forgotten what it’s like to be a part of social media. There is not a whole lot of interaction because the images and messages disappear. Snapchat, in fact, is seen as the antidote for social media because it eliminates the sharing and commenting, which essentially eliminates its social aspect.

We need social media. In a world where so many people hide behind their devices, the social interaction is needed for us to remain human and in touch with the world. Scattermouth has the potential to bring the masses back to a social network, and this alone is a big (and lofty) step. is the brainchild of Shane Cornier, based in Houston, Texas. It is the culmination of several earlier projects, including BitsyBlog, a platform that had similarities to Tumblr, though Shane had a different view for the social media experience.

Shane decided that the world was ready for Scattermouth when he noticed how both Facebook and Twitter have begun changing their platforms from what used to cater to its users to what now pleases the shareholders. So many users are unhappy with the changes taking place at Facebook and Twitter . Shane comments, “Twitter’s unpopularity is very apparent these days, it's not because of the their platforms functionality but because of the police state they've incorporated. Many users are suspended for mere words when it's not Twitter’s business anyways." The same can be said about Facebook, where users find themselves in Facebook jail because of posting photos or comments that may be offensive to a single individual.

Scattermouth focuses on free speech and expression, which is the way many platforms started out. Shane isn’t the average Silicon Valley-type, either. He’s more of a Texas cowboy who happens to shred at coding and design. The San Francisco types may not welcome such a true libertarian minded developer. Despite the possible pushback from the establishment in Silicon Valley, Scattermouth has caught the eye of several venture capital firms, which includes Lightspeed Venture Partners.

In addition to Shane Cormier, Stephen Araiza is the Vice President of Operations. It’s a solid team that shows considerable promise. Scattermouth is the ray of sunshine that so many social media users have been searching for since Facebook and Twitter have turned out to be something they once hated, political and judgmental. They changed due to peer pressure – and those peers would be the shareholders that have their own ideologies and not for the benefit of the users. It is all about the bottom line now, and it’s causing issue with users. is providing a little bit of the best of all the social networks. For example, users who are searching for the ultimate form of privacy will have the opportunity to set messages to self-destruct, which has them removed from the bowels of the internet. This feature is sure to appeal to those addicted to SnapChat simply because there is no permanent record being created.

Social networks are censoring what people say and do now because of shareholder intervention, which is ultimately preventing everyone from having the freedom of speech and level of social interactions they desire. Scattermouth may be arriving on the scene just in time to give everyone a lifeboat to jump into.

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Thursday, March 17, 2016

What is The Best Way To Stop Snoring?

Technology & Snoring. What's the common thing in between these two? Stop snoring! Yes, Technology now will help you stop snoring if you are indefinitely snoring every time you catch some sleep. No, this is not a medical pill or something to inhale that I'm talking about.

This is the current and next generation technology device that will help one stop storing. Once for all.

So the question really becomes "What causes Snoring and How to Stop It"? Read on the website I read at to know more! I have shared some of my findings below:

So let's talk some facts about snoring first. When we are asleep, we are usually (though not always) lying down. Gravity acts to pull on all the tissues of the body, but the tissues of the pharynx are relatively soft and floppy. Therefore, when we lie on our backs, gravity pulls the palate, tonsils, and tongue backwards. This often narrows the airway enough to cause turbulence in airflow, tissue vibration, and snoring. Frequently, if the snorer is gently reminded (for example, with a gentle thrust of the elbow to the ribs or a tickle) to roll onto his or her side, the tissues are no longer pulled backwards and the snoring lessens.

But who will give the gentle thrust and so on. Enter technology. Anti-snoring technology. The latest gadget in this arena is SnoreRX.

It helps the snorer to not snore by repositioning his/her jaw. There are a number of features in the device that helps the user to adapt to his face and jaw pattern. Finally, the calibrator that provides a reading of the jaw advancement and thereby helps fit the device to the users face and jaw easily. For people who think how about regular breathing while wearing the device, there is V-Flow technology to take care of that. As such, the advantage I see of SnoreRX is that it fits comfortably inside the mouth and it is effective than any regular mouthpiece that claims to stop snoring!

Sunday, March 13, 2016

Communication made easy for businesses

Technology has created many ways of communication and we are able to reach anyone around the globe with ease. The existence of technology is very important since many businesses and customers are able to connect to requirements. Technology has many areas of utilisation and advantages which has transformed the way we see the world in many ways. We are able to live a sophisticated lifestyle where we get things within a click and make easy payments, etc. The users are able to have all their needs with the businesses understanding their market requirement. If you want to offer your business services and sell your products all you need is to identify the market and to reach them nowadays there are platforms which help you to communicate to your desired users easily. 

Protexting is a platform which helps to communicate any information to all the devices and different social media platforms. When it comes to businesses to advertise their products and services its very easy to communicate via SMS/MMS, Social medias, QR code and a lot more technologies of communication. They offer extensive support in customer interaction and scalability of the communication achieved. The customers receive relevant SMS or communication which denotes their success strategy. The key attribute for businesses is its easy to use this service and there are no contracts or setup fees. The analysis if the data is carried out to help business understand their market responses. So if your are looking for the right platform to showcase your products or services then Protexting is the optimal way to achieve successful campaigns.