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The Jan/Feb Digital Issue is Now Available

Well, it’s been a period of transition for the staff here at Baseball Magazine. With the start of a new year, we set our sights on continuing to improve our publication, honing our craft to bring our audience the very best in historical baseball examination, while continuing to put contemporary topics into a historical context. 486 more words

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Spoiled Magazine Highlights of 2015!

Η ιστορία του Spoiled Magazine είναι πραγματικά μεγάλη για να σας την πούμε , το πώς ξεκίνησε , γιατί , για ποιό λόγο αλλά κάποια στιγμή θα σας την πούμε . 59 more words

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Το τέταρτο τεύχος είναι εδώ με θέμα τη φιλία. Όλοι επιζητούμε τη φιλία…Όλοι έχουμε εμπειρίες να εξιστορίσουμε σχετικά με τη φιλία.

Στείλτε μας και εσείς το θέμα που  θέλετε να ασχοληθούμε στα επόμενα τεύχη μας!

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Jason R. Baron: why companies should pay attention to growing data volumes and to analytics

Jason R. Baron is Of Counsel at Drinker Biddle & Reath and Co-Chair of the Information Governance Initiative.

He was a keynote speaker at the… 64 more words

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~Felicia~ reblogged this on My Voyage Through Time and commented:

Jason Baron is awesome!!! Big data, analytics, predictive coding, business ethics and digital humanism... I love Baron's fannnntabulous mind!!! This is a smart people watch. ~~~Felicia

Review: Ready Player One

I read this a long time ago, and I have yet to review it. However, it was so good and made me think about a lot of digital issues that are relevant, that I figured it should get its own post. 941 more words

Books

#CallMeCaitlyn

Yep, today I’m going to discuss the transformation of Bruce Jenner into Caitlyn Jenner. However, I have a different focus or approach then discussing how amazing she looks or how she looks better than such and such. 505 more words

Digital Issues

Library Links: Fighting for funding

The news has been awash with reports recently about the value of libraries, just in time for lawmakers to vote on funding for all libraries as well as IMLS grants. 417 more words

Libraries