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Almost all of us have been victimized by this: you accidentally left your Facebook or Twitter account open somewhere public, and someone hacked it. Maybe they changed your birthday or wrote an embarrassing status or tweet. The truth is, hacked social media accounts happen all the time, and...

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Some say children have it easy these days. Not many will disagree. Children today grow up with a multitude and plethora of technological advancements that make daily life seem very easy. On the other hand, children have way more to handle and deal with than kids from prior generations....

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Nickelodeon or Disney Channel? As a child, that was a serious debate among kids. Before such references as “team this” or “team that,” you simply stated your favorite station. For some kids, a channel preference was due to programming: the shows and original movies....

The Social Music Exp...

At the Cellphone Bowl pic.twitter.com/q98gQ1i295 — Nate Silver (@fivethirtyeight) February 2, 2014 Yes, as we all may have noticed, attending any public event has drastically changed in the last ten years. Cell phones and social media now dominate our lives, hands and pockets, which causes us...

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Ever step inside a coffee shop or retail store, order something and then realize you have no cash? Not a problem; you pull out your credit card or debit card and swipe. It’s an easy, painless transaction. Now have you ever been to a small boutique, a food truck or been with an on-call service...

Two for Tuesday: Two Stars Tapping into Latin America for Global Success Oct08

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From population to spending power, Latin America is growing, and as Latin American countries become global powerhouses (and society continues striding towards a global culture), facets from American pop-culture, including music, are expanding to South America. This Two for Tuesday, we’re...

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For every society in the world, the history of makeup and cosmetics dates back several thousand years. However, makeup didn’t become a main part of the American culture until the early twentieth century when Hollywood began making it more mainstream. Quickly catching on, the flapper culture...

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For most, smartphones are essential to their daily lives. Whether they’re used to stay updated with friends through social media, catch up on daily news or simply call or text friends and family, smartphones has literally changed how people communicate, interact and behave with others...

Throwback Thursday: Renting from Block to Box Aug01

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Renting a movie used to be an accepted process, consisting of driving to the local video store, selecting the movie, paying $6.99 for a 3-day rental and returning home. But ever since the largest movie entertainment rental company in the United States and U.K. filed for bankruptcy merely...