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From Social Media to Political Media

I guess Mr. Trump (our “so-called President”) started it all when he learned to tweet and use it as a tool for political propaganda, but it seems that he has also created some unintended consequences. 232 more words


Feeling Blue in the Rust Belt - Try a Video Game!

When Donald Trump proclaimed that he was going to make AMERICA GREAT AGAIN, people in the Rust Belt heard him loud and clear. Here was their savior who had spent most of his life on the banks of the Hudson River in New York. 280 more words


Face-to-Face, not Facetime

I used to like going to meetings in our government office (well, most of the time), but I am not sure I would feel the same way today. 289 more words


Opening Up and Exhausted on Social Media

I know it might be heard to believe, but it has only been three weeks and three days since Donald Trump was sworn in as President of the United States. 247 more words


Baby, You Can Drive My Car.  Or Not.

Remember the old “Yellow Pages” ad when you were encouraged to let your fingers do the walking. Now it seems that you may be letting your fingers do the driving. 252 more words


Indy Tech - Midwestern Manufacturing Hub Goes Digital

So it seems that the city of Indianapolis has some ideas of its own in terms of making that part of America “great again.” Some young professionals see “digital” opportunity there in contrast to Trump’s plan to bring back those manufacturing “hub” cities (and jobs) of the last century. 189 more words


What's App?  Nothing, in China and Russia!

Unfortunately, the censorship of apps on the Internet is a much easier tool for repressive governments to apply. In countries such as China and Russia, it is like a return to the “good old days” when books were banned by totalitarian governments or local authorities and other self-appointed censors. 180 more words