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DStv assures subscribers of improved services

Amidst gales of complaints and frustrations being expressed by thousands of DStv subscribers over appalling services they claimed to be receiving, the Pay Tv provider, Multichoice Nigeria has promised to make sure that they will continue to get value for their money. 339 more words


Grand Rounds: August 20, 2015

Special guest Father Boyle of Homeboy Industries kicked off rounds this week by inducing chuckles and tears with stories about how gangster rehabilitation has improved our community. 89 more words


Tim Curry, China and for some reason, Austrians

After the Shanghai Composite Index closed after plummeting another 8.5 percent, eliminating virtually all of the year’s gains in Chinese stocks.

Markets across the world have felt the hit… 514 more words

Wyatt Bush

Betrayed: Stephen Harper's war on principled conservatism - A Review

Various people have asked me why I will not vote for Stephen Harper and the Conservatives in this election. While the Cons’ failure to seriously tackle the deficit, reduce the size of government and begin to dismantle the Liberal state are all good reasons, I probably would hold my nose one more time if it were not for one, fundamental fact: C-51. 1,237 more words


Perth's Night Lights, Night Sky

  So, just yesterday, CPC- Curtin Photography Club- I’m from UWA but hey Curtin’s photography club is way active and friendlier =P Well they were hosting this astrophotography workshop sadly the skies were cloudy and some of us got separated on our way to Mundaring Weir. 35 more words


Four Ways To Stay On Top Of Average CPC

Cost-per-click is a hugely important metric in AdWords. Columnist and Googler Matt Lawson dives deep into Google s perspective on Average CPC. The post Four Ways To Stay On Top Of Average CPC appeared first on Search Engine Land.

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Dropping the gloves: advertisements in Election 42

When the first set of ads against Justin Trudeau came out, I thought they were ridiculous. They seemed silly and unauthentic. These ads showed the leader of the Liberal party taking off his shirt at a charity event and made fun of him for being “in over his head” for a series a comment he made when he was younger. 830 more words