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Society for Utopian Studies' 39th Annual Meeting

This week, I’m attending the Society for Utopian Studies’ 39th Annual Meeting in Montreal, PQ. This is the second time I’m attending this conference as a member, and I’m giving a talk called “The New Mobile Subject: Hybridity and the Body in the Techno-Utopian Age.” Below, and you’ll find the abstract for this talk, and which is a condensed version of a chapter in the forthcoming… 274 more words


MedlinePlus Mobile Update: Full Access from Your Phone

MedlinePlus Mobile Update: Full Access from Your Phone
Source: National Library of Medicine

The National Library of Medicine (NLM) released new versions of the MedlinePlus and MedlinePlus en español mobile sites in October 2014.

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Technology And Internet

Welcome Apple Pay

As my first official blog post I think it’s important to set the stage on why this blog exists and why I want to share my experiences. 718 more words

Mobile Payments

Disruption Collision Course

By Glenn Bratton, Manager – IT Services, Frog Recruitment

Workplace Disruption is the buzzword right now. As with most new business phrases there are those amongst us who can easily recall previous disruptions that have occurred over the years. 399 more words

Recruitment Market Updates

U.S. Digital Video Benchmark: Adobe Digital Index Q2 2014

U.S. Digital Video Benchmark: Adobe Digital Index Q2 2014 (PDF)
Source: Adobe

Key Insights

New record for total online video consumption

  • 38.2 billion−Online video (free access) achieves a record number of videos watched, up 43% year-overyear (YOY) to 38.2 billion.
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Technology And Internet

Banks Exclusion. What is the Key to Financial Inclusion?

“Anyone who has ever struggled with poverty knows how extremely expensive it is to be poor,” the American author James Baldwin wrote in 1960.

Today, half of the world’s adult population, approximately 2.5 billion around the world and more than 88 million people in the United States are either under or unbanked and do not have access to traditional bank products and services. 954 more words