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Objectiveli app announces Facebook integration, sharing goals with friends San Francisco, CA (PRWEB) October 29, 2012 Objectiveli manages goals and objectives, is the first app of its kind to integrate with Facebook, giving members the opportunity to use the world’s largest social network to connect with friends and use them as cheerleaders in their roads to fulfilling goals and objectives. Facebook announced a milestone at the beginning of the month: 1 billion users and counting. According to ZDNet, Facebook users spend more than 10.5 billion minutes daily on the social platform, adding photos, connecting with friends, sharing news--and now, reaching their goals. Objectiveli, the goal setting platform which allows users to set goals and objectives in order to achieve success now completely integrates with Facebook.
It's the year 2020...how's your cybersecurity? What if, in 2020, wearable devices did not care about how many steps you took, and instead were concerned with your real-time emotional state? With networked devices tracking hormone levels, heart rates, facial expressions, voice tone and more, the Internet could become a vast system of “emotion readers,” touching the most intimate aspects of human psychology. What if these technologies allowed people’s underlying mental, emotional and physical states to be tracked – and manipulated?
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