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Eve of Eclipse: Millions Converge Across U.S. to See the Sun Go Dark

SAN FRANCISCO (CBS/AP) — Millions of Americans converged on a narrow corridor stretching from Oregon to South Carolina to watch the moon blot out the midday sun Monday for a wondrous couple of minutes in the first total solar eclipse to sweep coast to coast in 99 years. 656 more words


Lagos: Exploring the City VR

For those of you that don’t know, Lagos is a city in Nigeria, that has little economic or residential development to support the rapidly growing population. 308 more words


The music life of a Geek

This one is a bit rambly but mainly because I allowed myself the luxury of completely nerding out a bit and and aside from spelling errors or things that make NO sense have allowed the product to remain unedited.
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Note 2 Screen Busted

After a fall from a table the screen is busted from one corner. No cracks. Just bleeding blue and black.


Facebook and Google Are Supposed to Be for Everyone, but That's Becoming More of a Challenge

(Source: www.inc.com)

Google, Facebook, and Amazon are all massive online platforms built on serving everyone. But recently the companies have come under fire from both the far right and the far left for how they moderate public discourse. 233 more words

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Tech with Ethics: How Major Companies are Fighting White-Nationalism and Neo-Nazism

Featured Image: Joshua Roberts/ Reuters

For many Americans, the events that occurred in Charlottesville this week will forever mark a significant turning point in history. I won’t drone on about what took place in this chaotic Virginia town (google it, if you must), but what eventually unfolded on August 12th between “extreme nationalists” (for lack of an all-encompassing word) and protestors led to violence and tragedy. 438 more words