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The Real Champion of March Madness

By this point your bracket is a complete mess and your favorite team is probably done for the season. Whether you picked teams based on talent, size, location or aesthetically pleasing uniforms (guilty), chances are your bracket is struggling a bit, especially after this past weekend. Regarded as one of the year’s most highly anticipated…

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Extreme Makeover: Google Search

It’s no surprise that Google leads the search industry in terms of design and user-friendliness. This week, as a trial, Google debuted one of its most significant redesigns to the search platform. First tweeted by Dan Barker, a web and online marketing expert, on March 5, the restructure included many modifications in both paid and…

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It takes Blue to Go Green

Stand at the shore of any ocean and it seems that the world’s supply of water is vast and never ending. Despite the fact that 71% of the earth’s surface is water, only 3% of all water is freshwater, and only 1% is accessible to us. Therefore as population and infrastructure increase throughout the world,…

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Drinking from the Twitter Fire Hydrant

Software creator Mitchell Kapor once said that “Getting information off of the internet is like taking a drink from a fire hydrant.” I feel the same way about my Twitter feed. There is new information being posted every second, and when you follow more than 50 people, that’s pretty hard to keep up with. So…

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