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Dearinter Answers All Questions

Posted by Sheila Franklin Categories: Internet,

Dearinter ScreenshotHave a question about your career, girl/boyfriend, money matters, or perhaps something trivial? Dearinter.net claims to have the answer. The beta site calls itself “the ultimate tool for rapidly expressing opinions.” There is no charge for participating but you need to register if you want to ask a specific question. Dearinter has answer-o-matic voting with sections such as “what’s hot,” “most answered’ and “best of.” Before they finalize the site, we hope they go a little heavier on the ink.

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Register to Vote!

Posted by Sheila Franklin Categories: Editorial, Internet, Misc. Tech,

Vote ButtonIt is so easy to register to vote now that we at Gear Live want to encourage you to do so if you have not already. We admit we have been apathetic in the past, but to not vote means you will not be heard. If you are 18 or older, head over to Declare Yourself to register online (at least 30 days before Nov. 4,) request an absentee ballot, or find specific election locations for your area. There are links to candidates, stands, and issues. Launched in 2003, the site is perfect for finding answers, no matter what the questions. So vote, tell your friends to, and be grateful that we live in a country where we can choose our leaders, rather than having them thrust upon us.

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200 Tickets Sold for Seattle Mind Camp 3.0

Posted by Andru Edwards Categories: Upcoming, Announcements,

Yesterday we hit the 200 mark for ticket sales, which leaves us with 50 tickets left for the event, which takes place in just over a month. We are starting to pull things together for the event, and hope to have as many people there to enjoy the festivities as possible. If you are going to be there, please be sure to hit the wiki to get started on planning your sessions and extra-curricular activities. Now is the time to let others know about the event - and be sure to think outside the box when inviting, as we don’t all have to be techies. Think teachers, doctors, historians, videographers, actors, professors, musicians, artists, etc. Let’s mix this thing up and include the elite from all Seattle verticals in this thing.

As a side note, a big thank you to everyone who came to the pre-Mind Camp 3.0 party at Nectar. We had a fantastic time.


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