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FCC reclassification of Multichannel Video Programming Distributors (MVPD) may soon break the shackles of traditional bundled cable packages by allowing a la carté service for your favorite channels.
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Startups have stepped into arenas of all shapes and sizes, from revolutionizing the way we hitch a ride to how we fund our dreams of potato salad.
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The use of social media–namely Twitter–as a platform for disseminating extremist propaganda has launched the U.S. and ISIS into a battle of hashtags. Here’s what you should know.
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The power and breadth of telecom companies may be affecting your Internet speed, new innovations, and especially your wallet–unfortunately, it may only be getting worse.
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From Salem to the Holocaust, humans have an occasionally grave predisposition to mob mentality. Since the genesis of social media platforms, the mob has only gotten larger and less discriminant.
The Internet has begun turning the tides of sociopolitical activism in some of the most unlikely of places. This is where revolutions and the ubiquity of the Internet intertwine.
Since the genesis of platforms like Kickstarter and Indiegogo, crowdfunding has become the new norm for people seeking to materialize their hopes, dreams, and of course, potato salad.
But all jokes and mayo-drenched salads aside, crowdfunding has become much more than just a cost-efficient method of scraping together funds for your band’s first album–it has transformed into a major vehicle for serious scientific research–all while federally funded grants continue to plummet.