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Americans are always on the move. Since our nation’s founding, we have roamed our vast country in search of opportunity or a fresh start. In fact, this interactive map from The New York Times shows where people came from as they entered your own state — dating back to 1800. California in the 20th century? A lot of folks from Continue Reading →
Internet Speed
Despite several doomsday claims that the Internet is breeding a generation of morons, new analysis suggests the opposite may be true. We gathered the 2013 average ACT scores for each state from act.org and compared them with the 2013 Internet speed data from Akamai that was highlighted in a recent Broadview article. We found a correlation of .57. Given that Continue Reading →
Candy Crush Saga
Look, I know you love Candy Crush. We all do. But every time I receive this Facebook notification… [Facebook friend] invites you to play Candy Crush Saga. …I think, “Man, what a time sucker that game is.” The super-addictive app and its red, orange and yellow candies steal precious seconds from our day. OK, just another five minutes and then I’m Continue Reading →
Tech in the Classroom
This back-to-school season, students more than ever are arriving to classrooms equipped with digital devices and learning tools. Apps, videos and other online resources that can be accessed from iPads, Androids devices, Chromebooks and the like are profoundly impacting the learning process. While many elementary, middle and high school students are already accustomed to technology-enabled Continue Reading →
In today’s increasingly complex and fragmented marketing landscape, a growing number of consumers navigate via both online and offline channels – as well as across devices – on their journey to a purchase or other conversion. While this shift has made it easier for consumers to engage with brands, it has made it extremely difficult for Continue Reading →
Twitter made a lot of its users angry earlier this week when it started filling their timelines with tweets from accounts they didn’t follow. What started as a test feature is now an official feature, so you can expect even more outrage in the days and weeks to come. Twitter’s been filled with garbage I Continue Reading →
Until now, finding a moving company took patience, effort and a whole lot of phone calls. You had to ask around for prices—or fill out a form that did nothing more than share your information with a bunch of companies. Then you had to wait for quotes. Select a moving company. Trust a complete stranger Continue Reading →
Maureen McDonnell
Maureen McDonnell could use a solid reference right about now. Instead, the former first lady of Virginia is on trial for corruption alongside her husband, former Governor Bob McDonnell. The two are accused of accepting gifts from Jonnie R. Williams Sr., a well-to-do businessman, in exchange for promoting Williams’ dietary supplement, Anatabloc. During the trial, witnesses have called Continue Reading →

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