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Tag Archives: online
Google Is Creating a Kid-Friendly Version of YouTube
Google is currently working on creating a version of YouTube specifically for children of about 10 years old and younger. YouTube already has settings that allow parents and schools to censor the videos that are available, but this will also …
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Google Book Search vs. The Public Library – Who will win in terms of copyright
In the digital age, it’s become all too common to read books in digital form. From iPads to smartphones to kindles, it’s easier than ever to “check out” a book from a local library to read. It’s time the public …
Online Versus Classroom Learning
Just as the internet has changed our way of communication with one another, it has also changed how we learn by offering new avenues such as virtual online schooling. As there are many of us that would prefer a more …
Could Journalists be a Dying Breed?
Looking at today’s use of the Internet, I began to wonder to myself if thing like newspapers, online or not, are close to becoming a thing of the past. Yes, we’re aware that newspapers are everyday moving more and more…
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Hey I just met you… Online?
I remember a day when online dating sites were not very popular. The sites were looked down upon and seen as desperate or rather a place you went to find a one night stand and less of a soul mate. …
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Online Dating, Among Other Life Choices
In romantic comedies of old we see boy meet girl, boy woo girl, boy and girl date, boy and girl get engaged, boy and girl get married. These days boy and girl can meet, date, flirt, get engaged and even …
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Are you an online dater?
I’ve totally been blown away with the amount of offline relationships created through online portals such as eHarmony, Match.com or Plentyoffish, to name few.
According to Statistic Brain, an online statistics company, there are 54 million single people in the …
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