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SquareHub Archives » The Dalai-Nana The Dalai-Nana Do you need a private way to communicate with EVERYONE in your Family – and no one else. There’s an App for that – SquareHub Family Network. As a grandmother, I am in awe of the amount of coordination required to manage today’s busy family. I am often asked to help in the pick ups or transfers or game day events. When live gets complicated, clear communication is difficult and that is BEFORE you add in the element of teenage communication skills – with their grandparent, no less.
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Digital Agenda: encouraging digitisation of EU culture to help boost growth European Commission - Press release Digital Agenda: encouraging digitisation of EU culture to help boost growth Brussels, 28th October 2011 – The European Commission has adopted a Recommendation asking EU Member States to step up their efforts, pool their resources and involve the private sector in digitising cultural material. This is essential to make European cultural heritage more widely available and to boost growth in Europe's creative industries. The digitised material should be made available through Europeana, Europe's digital library, archive and museum (see www.europeana.eu ). The Recommendation challenges Member States to develop solid plans and build partnerships to place 30 million objects in Europeana by 2015 compared to the 19 million available today; to get more in-copyright and out-of-commerce material online; and to adapt national legislation and strategies to ensure the long-term preservation of digital materials.
I Built a Social Network for My Family, Should Resorts Do the Same? A few weeks ago, my dad came to me and said, “I’d really like a website where our family can keep in better touch. Post updates from our week, comment on each others posts, and be able to know what each other is up to even if our schedules don’t work to chat on the phone.” My father, who is not on Facebook, wanted a Facebook for our family. So I built one in a quick, hour-each-evening, two-week process. Along the way, I learned a few things about social networking that I really didn’t expect or had simply forgotten.
Digital Agenda: Recommendation on the digitisation of cultural material and its preservation on line - frequently asked questions Brussels, 28 October 2011 Digital Agenda: Recommendation on the digitisation of cultural material and its preservation on line - frequently asked questions See also IP/11/1292 Family Happiness, Squared SquareHub, a free iOS mobile app for sending private messages and photos, coordinating activities, and sharing those spontaneous moments of joy with just the family. SquareHub addresses the need to coordinate multiple activities each day while keeping personal information private. With SquareHub, every family member on the network can send instant private messages and photos.
SquareHub emerges with high-profile backers and a goal to connect families Dave Cotter is a divorced father of three girls — a busy guy who struggles to keep up with his family’s hectic schedule. “My ex wife and I were just looking for a better way to stay coordinated,” says Cotter, a well known entrepreneur who previously served as a general manager at Amazon.com. From that personal situation, SquareHub was born. The startup company, which has operated rather stealthily for the past year, is launching a new iOS app today that’s essentially a private social network for families. The goal?