Sock Panda – Get Socks, Give Socks

Consumer Update

Socks have a lot more to say about themselves nowadays. We usually would think of them as being either black or white, but now they’ve come a long way as far as pattern and design.

Launched back in 2011 Sock Panda had the vision to create socks that could be colorful, fun, and fashionable.

With the right design and splash of color, socks became an expressive form of fashion.

Sock Panda combined their vision with a monthly subscription to not only give socks to subscribers, but to those in need. Sounds like a win-win!

Through their Give Back Program, Sock Panda has donated nearly 100,000 socks to homeless shelters, low-income senior centers, hospitals, and underprivileged classrooms throughout the U.S.

Their designs range from wild and crazy to fun patterns with eyepopping colors.

Whether you’re an Argyle person or crave something crazier, there’s a sock made just for you!

Sock Panda provides looks from stylish and suave to daring and bold. Whether it’s men, women, or kids, there’s a pair of socks waiting for you to rock them.

They’re also made from high-quality Peruvian cotton combined with stretch yarns for the ultimate in comfort without losing its shape.

Sock Panda is made for ages three and up and can be used for several occasions. Give someone something to talk about at the next party and make your pair of socks a pair of ice-breakers.

To pick up a pair or to learn more, visit SockPanda.com today.

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IWN – Giving Those in Underserved Areas WiFi Access

Tech Report

Living in a city like New York or Washington, D.C., you’ll become conditioned to the luxury of WiFi. We take its availability for granted when we go home, walk into a cafe, or connect to the free WiFi on the subway.

But what about the areas outside of the city-rural areas that are underserved and don’t have access to WiFi?

Well, that’s where Intelligent Wireless Networks (IWN) comes into play.

Intelligent Wireless Networks is granting people access to whatever it is they need or want to do. The first line of access IWN provides is basic high-speed internet connectivity. But beyond that, they give people access to perhaps growing education, an opportunity to earn money, and now offering people the ability to play every day and build a business doing so.

IWN has worked for the last couple of years with the people of the community trying to educate as to why they need to get involved and why they need to buy into this community-based WiFi network model that they’ve created.

The level of development that IWN has experienced has been based on adoption rate. Getting into the communities on a localized level and educating them on why they need to participate has been so critical.

If someone is interested in building or taking the reigns in their community for a localized WiFi network, it’s simple to get started.

If you’d like to learn more about how IWN is providing underserved areas with wifi, head on over to intelligentwirelessnetworks.com today.

 

Would You Own the LG OLED TV? | Street Report

We took to the streets of DC to ask those if they’d want to own the OLED TV by LG Electronics. The television is ULTRA-thin (and we mean thin, like credit card thin). What would be your preferences if you had the opportunity to own one? We know it needs to be Netflix enabled for sure.

What You Should Know About Social Media and Smartphone Etiquette

In a world full of robust technology, we find ourselves buried in all kinds of mobile devices and online distractions. In these events, it’s always important to keep in mind how to be a responsible social media and smartphone user.

social media etiquette

For users wondering what the appropriate etiquette is for social media commenting, sharing, and reacting as well as the kind of discretion involved in using smartphones publicly, can find the full articles here: Online Etiquette:When to Turn Your Smartphone Off  and Social Media Etiquette: What’s Ok to Share Online

Walmart Competes with the Kings of Online Shopping

In efforts to compete with major online merchants such as Amazon, Walmart steps its game up by offering free 2-day shipping on orders of $35 or more and with NO membership necessary.

walmart 2 day shipping

Whether you’re a regular Walmart customer or not, you’re not exempt from the benefits of this expedited shipping service.

Read more on the article here.

Airbus Promises Flying Car Prototype by End of 2017

This could be the answer to several stop-and-go traffic prayers. Airbus has not only announced, but promised to release their flying car prototype by the end of 2017.

flying cars

Read more on the main NewsWatch Page.

CES History Lessons on Chris’ Coffee Corner and Latest Episode of NewsWatch

On the latest episode of NewsWatch, Chris tested Guy’s knowledge on CES. See if Guy had what it took to be a CES expert. Catch the full segment below.

And also be sure to catch Chris on the next episode of NewsWatch (this Friday at 7 AM) as he covers footage at the Consumer Electronics Show in Las Vegas.

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