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It’s that time again! Temperatures are rising in NYC and apparently so is the pace of recruitment. At least that’s how a Monster.com-sponsored article I read sees it. The piece states that “April, May and June proceeds at double the pace of December, according to the Bureau of Labor Statis...
a month ago
Facebook recently provided a new like button for users to help celebrate Pride month. However, the button did not have a homogeneous rollout.
Paying for graduate or undergraduate school can be demanding.  Some of us are fortunate to qualify for merit-based scholarships which decrease the amount of student loans we take since scholarships rarely ever cover the full tuition.   Federal and private loans usually make up the deficit. Loans can be complicated without guidance. Often, acquiring a loan seems easy, but repaying it comes with various complications. Recent studies have shown that many borrowers, despite being intellectuals, often have no idea what type of loan they have or how to repay it.So when do you ...
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Teachers don’t often know when students are not paying attention in class. A student could look interested during a lecture but has his mind and attention elsewhere. Don’t worry teachers, help is on the way. A business school in Paris will be experimenting with a software, Nestor, that uses artificial intelligence and facial analysis to determine whether students are paying attention in class. The software will be tested in two online cl...
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A rose by any other name would smell as sweet. ~ Romeo and JulietThe U.S. Supreme Court ended up inadvertently debating an issue that may sound pedantic, infantile, superfluous, and, well, even anal to all but you most committed of grammarphiles.In F...
As a Designer I'm always designing for the experience for all users. One of the most important parts of design, to me, is the ability of the user to understand and read the information of the design. And 
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In the digital era, more data is amassed about us than ever before.No big secret.But the more vexing issues are who has this data? And what do they know about us?In a recent article, a globe trotting reporter dropped $50.00 to find out the answ...
The Syrian refugee crisis has dominated all refugee-related news for the past couple of years. However, on the recently passed World Refugee Day, former UK Prime Minister
a month ago
The recent rescinding of offers of admissions to 10 incoming Harvard students