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Business

How can enterprises lessen the strain of more than half the workforce being overwhelmed by work & family commitments?

Guest ContributorApril 22, 2016
People stand amongst the rubble of fallen homes in Manta on April 17, 2016, after a powerful 7.8-magnitude earthquake struck Ecuador on April 16. 
At least 77 people were killed when a powerful 7.8-magnitude earthquake struck Ecuador, destroying buildings and a bridge and sending terrified residents scrambling from their homes, authorities in the Latin American country said on April 17. / AFP / JUAN CEVALLOS        (Photo credit should read JUAN CEVALLOS/AFP/Getty Images)
Technology

Free Skype calls in Japan & Ecuador but what about the rest of the world?

Tim HinchliffeApril 19, 2016
SocialMediaCampaign
Social Media

SEO lessons from the most successful social media campaigns

Guest ContributorApril 19, 2016
robot
Business

Job-stealing restaurant robots fired for incompetence & the future of the workforce

Tim HinchliffeApril 14, 2016
Ondas de la Ayahuasca by Pablo Amaringo
Science

UW research into DNA storage backs up ancient shamanic knowledge

Tim HinchliffeApril 12, 2016
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Data Security

Open source database security gets a significant boost

Guest ContributorApril 12, 2016
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Technology

A tale of 2 brothers: the smart furniture revolution from Latin America

Guest ContributorApril 6, 2016
Raingirl2009
Technology

US Army researching 3D soldier avatars, advancements in medical field

Tim HinchliffeApril 6, 2016
myths
Business

6 myths about content recommendation networks

Guest ContributorApril 5, 2016
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Social Media

Digital Colonialism: Facebook’s agenda to limit connectivity in developing countries

Tim HinchliffeApril 1, 2016
President Barack Obama poses for a selfie with Bill Nye, left, and Neil DeGrasse Tyson in the Blue Room prior to the White House Student Film Festival, Feb. 28, 2014.  (Official White House Photo by Pete Souza)

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Mobile

Facial recognition: the new makeover of the selfie in 2016

Guest ContributorApril 1, 2016
ai
Technology

How Microsoft’s AI chatbot ‘Tay’ turned incestuous Nazi accurately reflects our society

Tim HinchliffeMarch 25, 2016