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The Anonymity Network At Risk

slightly obscured face You don’t have to watch NCIS to know that almost everything we do leaves some kind of trail or trace. Every click of the Internet and every post we make, email we send and file we download are all being tracked by someone somewhere. Unless, of course, it isn’t. There are many reasons a person would want to go incognito on the Internet, and those reasons run the gamut from reasonable… Read More

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Love Inc.: 10 alternatives to Tinder

IAC’s Tinder has a big foothold on the online dating industry. But there are far more dating apps out there. Here are the latest and greatest online dating alternatives.

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Listen Carefully

3153773461_5cb15c81da_o There are lessons to be drawn from how people are talking about the technology services they are interacting with. Not just in general terms — whether they like or dislike a service and so on; but what more subtle linguistic signifiers might be expressing on their behalf. What reactions might be evident in language choice before those feelings are being consciously articulated as… Read More

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30 Inspiring Quotes About Winter

When winter feels a bit too little long, these words of wisdom make the wait for spring easier.



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Lyft’s Logan Green Discusses How to Maintain Your Corporate Culture as You Grow

Here are some tips from a very large company CEO on how to maintain the perfect company culture while growing a hip Silicon Valley startup.



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AnyPerk, A Platform For Delivering Perks To Employees, Raises $8.5M In Series A Funding

anyperk_logo In the tech industry at least, it seems like the pressure for companies to provide “perks” to their employees has never been higher. But oftentimes, startups don’t have the ability to provide the same level of perks as larger established corporations do. That’s where AnyPerk, a startup itself, wants to help. AnyPerk, which makes a platform aimed at letting companies of… Read More

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Tablet Shipments Fell 12% In Q4 2014, Its First Decline Ever, Says Canalys

tabletkid As phablets become more popular, consumers are waiting longer to upgrade their tablets or eschewing them altogether. As a result, worldwide tablet shipments plunged 12 percent year-over-year to 67 million units in Q4 2014, which research firm Canalys says marks its first ever decline after several quarters of slowing demand. Read More


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7 tax-the-rich proposals in Obama’s budget

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Why You May Be Tricking Your Customers Into Leaving a Big Tip

Business owners are embracing new payment technologies to “encourage” customers to tip more than ever before.



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Should My Startup Raise Capital Publicly?

Three pros and cons of raising capital online using general solicitation.



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