How to Release Mail From Spam Filters With Google

Spam filters behave like the lasers from Space Invaders. Typically, they are very successful at keeping spam mail (and aliens) out of your inbox, but sometimes they are guilty of capturing the mail you would like to receive. No worries! We have a quick and easy fix for helping those very important messages make their… Read more »

HealthKit Unveiled for iOS 8

With the unveiling of the iOS 8 at WWDC, HealthKit, a new framework, caught the attention of doctors everywhere. Similar to the iOS 6 Passbook system that electronically manages tickets, boarding passes, coupons, and other records, it has the ability to manage and to make patient health history portable through the cloud. The Health app… Read more »

National Get Outdoors Day

Saturday, June 14th is National Get Outdoors Day (GO Day), an annual event designed to to encourage healthy, outdoor activities at sites across the nation. Federal agencies, nonprofit organizations and the recreation industry are again teaming up to offer opportunities for families to experience traditional and non-traditional types of outdoor activities, with the main goal… Read more »

Back to the Floppy

YouTube user Arganalth attached a Raspberry Pi computer to some floppy and HDD drives, put em in a suitcase, and programmed the drives to play the Back to the Future theme song. Sure, it’s a lot bigger than a iPod but you can still take your music to-go, McFly.

Google Maps Gets Elevated

Good news for cyclists. Google added elevation data to bike routes in its Maps service. The feature works for much of the US and Canada. And while Maps had already figured in elevation when determining routes for cyclists, until now the data wasn’t all that easy to view. Now, cyclists just need to type in… Read more »

Emory Hackathon

Emory University is hosting a Hackathon this April in their Math and Science Building. Whether you’re a veteran hacker who has seen it all or a computer science novice who has yet to learn how to code, this Hackathon promises something for people of all backgrounds. The Emory Hackathon will feature a competition with prizes… Read more »

Microsoft Office Coming Unbundled

Microsoft is planning to unbundle it’s popular Office package, including the OneNote client for Macs, in an attempt to reach customers who aren’t interested in bellying up to the bar for the full-fledged suite. This runs counter to Microsoft’s usual strategy of of adding more to Office in the hopes that customers will upgrade or… Read more »

Free Spin at Octane Coffee in Atlanta GA

One of the great things about Ripplers is that they’re all multi-talented people. Our support team alone boasts a professional cellist, amateur app developer, and occasional breakdancer. We love supporting Ripplers outside of the office. That’s why we’re particularly excited about this coming Friday. Josh Flail, our Marketing Coordinator, and his crate digging friends will… Read more »