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How to Advertising For Small Business

Advertising for small business can be accomplished inexpensively and very effectively if planned out correctly. Technology has opened up many new opportunities for small and local business to get their sales message across to potential customers very inexpensively as well as stay in communication with their existing customers. This article should offer some tips on effectively advertising for small business ... Read More »

6 Referral Marketing Software Options

Many business owners in this day and age rely on software to manage and organize their businesses. Some of these referral marketing software tools are for smaller, newly found businesses, while others are geared to run and scale along with your businesses growth. Great Referral Marketing Software 1. North Light – software suite offers unprecedented flexibility, current cutting-edge technologies and ... Read More »

The 12 Best News Apps for Keeping Up with the Best of the Web

The internet’s a big place, expanding every day—so how do you make sure you’re catching up on the best of what the web has to offer? By having the right apps and tools at your disposal. Whether you’re interested in news stories in your area of expertise or every published article from one particular source, news apps to help you ... Read More »

Examples of Blogs – Inspiration for New Bloggers

If you’re thinking of starting a blog of your own, but just don’t have a clue on what to blog about, then fear not! In this article, I have included a whole load of blog examples from a wide variety of different niches, all run on different blogging platforms like WordPress, Joomla! and Drupal. Since the beginning of the internet, millions and ... Read More »

Three-Quarters of Firms Admit Sub-Optimal IoT Security

Global businesses have become more risk aware as they deploy IoT projects, but over three-quarters (77%) admitted that these systems could be more secure, according to Inmarsat. The satellite communications company polled 450 individuals responsible for delivering IoT in their respective organizations around the world, to compile its report, Industrial IoT in the Time of COVID-19. The most commonly cited security challenges were ... Read More »

Artificial intelligence and consent: a feminist anti-colonial critique

ABSTRACT Feminist theories have extensively debated consent in sexual and political contexts. But what does it mean to consent when we are talking about our data bodies feeding artificial intelligence (AI) systems? This article builds a feminist and anti-colonial critique about how an individualistic notion of consent is being used to legitimate practices of the so-called emerging Digital Welfare States, ... Read More »

NASA Administrator Pays Tribute to Senior Advisor Mark Geyer

The following is a statement from NASA Administrator Bill Nelson on the passing of Mark Geyer, senior advisor to associate administrator Bob Cabana, and former center director at the agency’s Johnson Space Center in Houston: “Today, we mourn the loss of a giant for human spaceflight and a beloved member of the NASA family: former Johnson Space Center Director Mark ... Read More »

4.6 Online Journalism Redefines News

The proliferation of online communication has had a profound effect on the newspaper industry. As individuals turn to the Internet to receive news for free, traditional newspapers struggle to remain competitive and hold onto their traditional readers. However, the Internet’s appeal goes beyond free content. This section delves further into the Internet and its influence on the print industry. The ... Read More »

Loneliness associated with increased risk of internet addiction among adolescents

Loneliness is a risk factor associated with adolescents being drawn into compulsive internet use. The risk of compulsive use has grown in the coronavirus pandemic: loneliness has become increasingly prevalent among adolescents, who spend longer and longer periods of time online. A study investigating detrimental internet use by adolescents involved a total of 1,750 Finnish study subjects, who were studied ... Read More »

Nasa’s latest Mars craft nears landing for unprecedented seismic mission

Nasa’s first spacecraft built to explore the deep interior of another world streaked toward a landing scheduled for Monday on a vast, barren plain on Mars, carrying instruments to detect planetary heat and seismic rumblings never measured anywhere but Earth. After sailing 301 million miles (548 million km) on a six-month voyage through deep space, the robotic lander InSight was ... Read More »