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According to The New York Times’ Bits column, Twitter has sent a message that will flutter in the timeline. The social media microblogger will censor content viewed as inflammatory by selective nations. A grey widget will pop up in the time feed, stating that, “This tweet from @username will be withheld in: Nation X.” Disruptive…

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Pundits have been ready to bury search engine optimization as a tool for data valuation in the web. One writer proclaims that conventional web crawlers will finally stand still. Social media networks, in his mind, now represent the referral source for content. On the other hand, this writer from State of Search says for internet scions to hold…

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As the year closes, the modern world will reflect on those notable moments that set the tempo of 2011.  The late Apple visionary Steve Jobs will surely gain more coverage.  New CEO Tim Cook has moved forward with strategic developments that are flying under the radar. One of them involves voice technology. Voice Command is…

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The e-commerce marketplace for men remains undefined. A swarm of websites has emerged, offering a multitude of collection pieces. Statistics have proven for years that men despise entering a store to purchase clothing. As a result, hubs such as Mr. Porter and Gilt Groupe flourish by providing esteemed labels at lower price points.  Gilt Groupe…

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The Farm Bill is officially titled the Food, Conservation, and Energy Act of 2008. It is a long, complex document outlining the funding sources and programs relevant to agribusiness. The seemingly nominal legislations of the government gain little notice, but affect our livelihoods on a wide scale. The Farm Bill is such an example. It…

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