February 2015

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Twitter Has Changed How it Handles Abuse Claims

Twitter has tripled the amount of people it has handling abuse reports on its service. Recently CEO Dick Costolo indicated that the company was going to start getting serious with abuse complaints on the system,…



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There Is Now “Instagram” For Doctors

The more popular that social media gets, the more avenues people find to use it with. An app has been created to help doctors treat and name strange illnesses, and it is basically like an…


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Making History in the Hospitality Industry

Christopher Cowdray blended luxury, elegance and the entertainment of the guests with superior hospitality, to ensure the hotel experience, would be an extraordinary stay. His management ingenuity shone while he coordinated the daily operations of…


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Post to Facebook After Death

If you are like most people, chances are you have known someone who has died who also had a Facebook account. Previously, when someone died while holding a Facebook account the account either remained idle…


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Government Can Read Old eMails Without A Warrant

  Six-Month-Old Messages Are Considered Abandoned By The Government The Internet offers users such diversity; it’s hard to measure the real value of it. Awareness is probably the main asset we receive from it. I…


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Dr. Rohrich: A Treasure in Plastic Surgery

  Dr. Rod J. Rohrich, MD is one of the most well-known, respected, and admired plastic surgeons in the world today. Dr. Rod Rohrich’s current practice is based in Dallas, TX, but he has operated…


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Why Choose North American Spine

Pain is serious. If long lasting and persistent, it can change moods, and way of life. Those who suffer from pain want only one thing, that is to be pain free. The problem is that…



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Veitch Builds Community and Leaders

As an author and researcher of culture and history, a Harvard University doctoral graduate, and a husband and father of three, Jonathan Veitch has a proven track record for being successful in whatever he puts…