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5 ideas for creating a social media-engaging event Posted on 28 Jul 2016 in the Business & featured categories.

Is your company planning an anniversary open house, a ribbon-cutting at a new office or a post-charity event bash? Whether you’re gearing up for an invitation-only soiree or the public... Read more»

Reviewing The Bug Butcher Posted on 02 Mar 2016 in the Crawling the Web categories.

A few weeks ago I talked about the release of a new computer game called the Bug Butcher. Well, after writing about it and watching all the promotional videos I decided to... Read more»

So I Found a Strange Insect on My Hotel Bed… Posted on 18 Feb 2016 in the Crawling the Web categories.

So while getting ready for day two of ServSuite University 2016, I happened to see a small insect crawling around the foot of my bed. After the immediate shock of... Read more»

Live from ServSuite University 2016 Posted on 18 Feb 2016 in the Events & featured categories.

  Attendees at ServSuite University, ServicePro‘s 8th annual conference for users of ServSuite, took advantage of the opportunity to learn more about the business management software for pest management professionals.... Read more»

Why Rescue Robots Should Be Modeled After Cockroaches Posted on 12 Feb 2016 in the Crawling the Web categories.

When it comes to thinking of new methods of rescue in response to disasters such as earthquakes and structural collapses, some scientists are looking to cockroaches for inspiration. According to... Read more»

Museum’s Antique Mouse Trap Can Still Do Its Job Posted on 08 Feb 2016 in the Crawling the Web categories.

They just don’t make things like they used to in the 1800s. This is certainly the case for the Perpetual Mouse Trap, patented by Colin Pullinger & Sons in 1861.... Read more»

Combating Zika Virus with Radiation Posted on 04 Feb 2016 in the Crawling the Web categories.

According to Reuters, experts from the International Atomic Energy Agency (IAEA), a specialized agency of the United Nations, developed a plan to use nuclear radiation to reduce the number of... Read more»

Rare Stick Insect Brought Back from Extinction Posted on 29 Jan 2016 in the Crawling the Web categories.

Once thought to be extinct, the Lord Howe Island stick insect is now thriving in captive breeding, reports Australian Geographic. At the Melbourne Zoo in Australia there are now 13,000... Read more»

The Bug Butcher Turns Pest Control into a Chaotic Adventure Posted on 27 Jan 2016 in the Crawling the Web & featured categories.

From the creative minds of Awfully Nice Studios comes the fast-paced, exterminating game you didn’t even know you’ve been waiting for. The Bug Butcher follows the life of Harry, your... Read more»

Hidden VW Beetle Spotted in Museum Exhibit Posted on 12 Jan 2016 in the Crawling the Web categories.

Someone at the Cleveland Museum of Natural History has quite the sense of humor. Hidden in a display of taxidermied beetles was another type of beetle: a toy Volkswagen beetle.... Read more»