It’s more than a month after the US election and most—but not all—of the votes have been counted. Although it only took a few hours of tallying to tell that Donald Trump had prevailed, sifting through the provisional, absentee, and contested ballots can take weeks. 245 more words
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Technology is an interesting thing. Using it to communicate is continually evolving. Using it to change behavior is really evolving. By using advertisements and social media campaigns, companies are always attempting to influence behaviors. 365 more words
As some of you might know, we’re currently gathering votes for our upcoming Amiga demo chart (Versus).
Just wanted you to know that the deadline for voting is Sunday this weekend, so this is your last chance to submit votes for the upcoming issue. 97 more words
I look for general advice, and they go on about the standards of judgment, the parameters of investigation, and the justification of their rating. This is a direct quote towards the end of one critique… “I started to give this book 4 stars, wanted to give it 3.5 (not an option) and settled on 3.” I’m sure the half star will be dearly missed by every apathetic browser on Amazon. 341 more words