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5 Things Every Student Should Know About Online Reputation Management

Social media is in many ways changing the way we communicate in today’s world. It is also having effects on the academic life of students. Several schools and teachers are trying to use the internet to create more interesting ways of learning.  Schools are even now having social platforms where students can talk to their …

8 Gifts For Your Brother-In-Law

No matter how much you know your in-laws, purchasing gifts for them can be an overwhelming experience.  You want to buy them something that suits their personality and that they’ll genuinely use, but knowing what that perfect gift is isn’t always easy.  If you’ve already exhausted your options, or are purchasing a gift for your …

What Current Trends Say About the Future of e-Commerce

The best way to predict the future has always been to look at current trends and try to determine where they might lead. Even though some trends are harder to interpret than others, they can all be used to paint a fairly accurate picture. In this post, we will examine three current trends and see …

Policeman Wins Sexual Orientation Award of Twenty Million Dollars.

A Missouri police officer has been awarded just about twenty million dollars by a court jury, after alleging that the officers above him in his department found his sexual orientation objectionable and asked him to ‘tone down’ his homosexualality. Sergeant Keith Wildhaber of Saint Louis County Police claimed in his suit that he was tipped …

Wildfires Blaze Out of Control in California.

The Governor of California, Gavin Newsom, has now declared a state of emergency for the entire state as wildfires ravage both northern and southern California. Hundreds of thousands of people are being evacuated this evening, and over a million residents are without electricity because the utilities are afraid of starting new wildfires while the Santa …

America’s Air Quality Declines.

A new study shows that toxic air pollution is increasing on a national level, and has been for the past three years, which reverses more than ten years of cleaner air gains. The EPA has published data this week from researchers at prestigious Carnegie Mellon University that show a jump in fine particulate pollution during …

New Mexico Oil Boom a Political Hot Potato.

The southeastern section of New Mexico is experiencing a mini oil boom of sorts. The gushers are coming in on a regular basis in this Republican-dominated enclave of wildcatters. But there’s a problem brewing up in Santa Fe, the state capital, where last year the Democrat-dominated legislatures drew up a program of bills dubbed “The …

Wildfires Wreak Havoc in Northern California.

Utility officials said late Saturday night that they would have to shut off the power grid for nearly one million users in Northern California either today or tomorrow, because of the fear that raging wildfires, such as the Kincade conflagration, would become uncontrollable and highly destructive in urban areas later today due to low humidity …

UAW/GM Strike Ends Today

UAW workers approved the contract their union representatives hammered out with General Motors Corporation earlier today. This approval ends the strike that has shut down dozens of factories throughout the Midwest and the so-called Rust Belt since the beginning of September. The United Auto Workers used their UAW website to make the announcement this morning, …

These Are the 5 Biggest Threats to the European Economy This Fall

For years, the American economy has outperformed the Eurozone’s. Economists and politicians disagree on how to weight the smorgasbord of factors contributing to the delta between the developed world’s two largest economies, but few argue that the United States doesn’t enjoy significant structural advantages. On the other hand, what happens in Europe no longer remains …