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Pennsylvania Voter ID Law Killed For Election

The controversial Pennsylvania Voter ID Law that was approved six months ago has been killed for the election according to The Huffington Post. But, after the election, it’s to go back into enforcement – that…

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Thinking About Sports… differently

Sports is all about big excitement, big crowds, and big business. But the sports industry is also missing out on a BIG opportunity. Sports make up a $650+ billion global industry, including everything from ballpark…

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Viddler’s Dishonest Way Of Getting Existing Users To Upgrade

Viddler, the YouTube-style video sharing platform, has undergone a major change. The once totally free service now has paid levels of video hosting. The problem is Viddler’s not only not grandfathering its long-standing users, it’s…

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Countdown To The End Of Google Buzz Starts

Google recently announced that in a matter of few weeks it will retire its Google Buzz service because it didn’t live up to the company’s standards and expectations. This means that Google Buzz users can…

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Is Water Shortage Real?

This is a paper I wrote for my Contemporary Global Issues Class regarding Water Shortage. I am not including the bibliography, as this is a blog post, but if you need to know where my…

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On Twitpic’s Confusing Terms Of Service

Twipic, the interesting and useful Twitter-based photo sharing platform, has a wild Terms-Of-Service document on its website that brings up more questions than answers. The basic question is, can a blogger use a Twitpic photo…

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Google’s Blogger Was Down, Now Back

Blogger, Google’s blogging platform that it purchased in 2004, was down, but now it’s back. It’s the second time this year Blogger users, including this blogger, experienced wide-spread outages, and while Google has not, as…


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