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Is Advertising Becoming Too Invasive?

Is Advertising Becoming Too Invasive?

Posted on Mar 24, 2017 by Alyssa Zucker

Living in a world with technology at our fingertips, mobile devices have given advertisers greater opportunity to reach further into consumers lives. However, to succeed in this ploy, they have needed to cleverly adapt. So we ask, with the average person constantly bombarded by advertisements, has it become too much?

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What to Expect in the Next Decade of Web Trends

What to Expect in the Next Decade of Web Trends

Posted on Feb 23, 2017 by Alyssa Zucker

The Internet is all about finding the next big thing. This is one industry that never stays stagnant, it is constantly moving forward and adapting. The online world we live in now, is referred to as Web 2.0. This era is overflowing with user-generated content. We are living in the time of social media, blogs, and constant consumer interaction. Web 2.0 isn’t going anywhere, but it is evolving. As Web 3.0, also known as the semantic web, emerges, we are seeing more machine-generated content.

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Gift Guide for the Digitally Inclined

Gift Guide for the Digitally Inclined

Posted on Dec 14, 2016 by Kate Gothing

Do you have a family member who eats, sleeps, and breathes gadgets? Maybe someone whose interests are so far toward the cutting edge, that you can’t keep up with their growing technology needs? If so, we’ve created this handy guide to help you narrow down your gift list. Here are a few recommendations of what we’d like to see under our trees, which may help you in shopping for the technophile on your list. Continue Reading →

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Sports Score on Social Media

Sports Score on Social Media

Posted on Oct 11, 2016 by Kate Gothing

To some, sports is a religion. Strangers band together to celebrate wins, or to reck havoc when teams lose.

Before the introduction of social media, sports were only available live either on the TV or radio. Of course there were post game updates on networks like ESPN or articles posted on major internet news sites, but ultimately, there were no live updates a decade ago. Now, social media is playing a huge role in how we view sports. Continue Reading →

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The Debate on Social Media

The Debate on Social Media

Posted on Sep 27, 2016 by Kate Gothing

Last night was a big night for the United States as we get ready for new leadership in our country. The two candidates, Hillary Clinton and Donald Trump, answered (or what seemed like avoided) questions about their plans to improve America. For the hour and half that the debate was being broadcasted, social media sites like Twitter, were updating non-stop. Articles, fact check responses, quotes and personal opinions filled the Twitter feeds like wild fire. Continue Reading →

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Can Technology Stop Climate Change?

Can Technology Stop Climate Change?

Posted on May 02, 2016 by Jenna Meltzer

Just a couple of weeks ago, over 170 countries signed the Paris Climate Agreement. The deal calls for each nation to cut greenhouse gas emissions in order to reduce global warming. As the world continues to heat up at an exponential rate, it is crucial that initiatives are taken immediately to put raising temperatures to a halt, and the Paris Climate Agreement was a huge step in the right direction for change.

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