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Facebook Wants to Know Where You’re Going Next

The sinister spycraft trend of social media has been well-documented on this blog, and while sipping my morning coffee I stumbled across a headline that seems straight out of Minority Report. Buzzfeed is reporting that Facebook has filed a patent for a new application called “Offline Trajectories,” a new tool within the platform that is designed to predict your future…

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Remembering George H.W. Bush

The Country lost two great patriots in 2018 in John McCain and George H.W. Bush. The 41st President, the 43rd Vice President, a congressman, the former head of the CIA, a war hero—George H.W. Bush devoted his life to public service. He was a statesman in every sense of the word, a politician from a seemingly forgotten time. A time…

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2018’s Social Media Fails

We’re back from Thanksgiving, and we hope you all enjoyed a nice, long, gluttonous break, as well. The holidays are now officially in full swing, which means that it’s list season. Prepare for your Facebook timelines to be jam-packed with “best of’s” and “top ten’s” for the remainder of the year. Some are interesting, most are click-bait, but all are…

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Happy Thanksgiving!

Ah, the holiday grind begins! It’s no secret around these parts of the blogosphere that it’s my favorite time of year, and as we’ve been blessed with sub-80 degree temperatures for the better part of the month, I’m already heading into Thursday extra thankful. But on behalf of Russell, I want to extend our heartfelt thanks to our clients, past…

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Amazon Set to Announce HQ2 Locations

While my hometown state is giving us 2000 flashbacks with all of this election chaos, let’s focus on a bit of exciting, less frustrating developments: Amazon is heading to NYC and Northern Virginia. For over a year now, there’s been widespread interest and intrigue as to where Amazon would plant its flag for its second U.S. headquarters. Bids were placed,…

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Go Vote! Now!

Today’s the day: The 2018 midterms have finally arrived. In a large portion of the world, Election Day is considered a national holiday or is held on a Sunday to promote engagement. Here? We get Tuesdays. There’s no time to lament what’s been a longstanding argument, so if you haven’t already: Go vote today! Both Uber and Lyft are offering…

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