November 2012

Baltimore Ravens: Week 2 Takeaways

The Baltimore Ravens bounced back (sort of) from their opening day loss to the Denver Broncos, by recording a 14-6 victory over the Cleveland Browns, in their first regular season game at M&T Bank Stadium since their triumph at Super… Continue Reading →

Houston Janitors Launch Campaign Against Corporation Abuses

Houston, U.S.A. — The Service Employees International Union (SEIU) launched an online ad campaign in Houston drawing attention to office building owners’ routine practice of protesting property tax appraisals, costing  local governments and school systems millions in lost revenue each… Continue Reading →

Market Must Change to Save Alaska Natural Gas Line

The U.S. natural gas market is going to have to change dramatically for pipeline developers to salvage their plan to ship gas from Alaska to the Lower 48 states, a key federal official said today at the Platts Energy Podium…. Continue Reading →

Study Shows 72% of US Consumers Will Share Data

New York, U.S.A. — A new landscape is emerging in the US: it is no longer a question of consumers’ willingness to share data but one of establishing a fair value exchange. This finding is highlighted Sexy Little Numbers, a… Continue Reading →

Mustaine: Obama Responsible for Mass Shootings

During a midnight screening of the film, ‘The Dark Knight Rises,’ a mass shooting occurred at a Century movie theater in Aurora, Colorado, located at the Town Center of the Aurora shopping mall, on July 20, 2012. Seventy people were… Continue Reading →

M83 Announces Release of New Album: Hurry Up, We′re Dreaming

The French band M83 announced the release of their new album named: Hurry Up, We′re Dreaming. This new album is coming with a lot of anticipation and excitement by being a follow up of their previous album Saturdays=Youth which was… Continue Reading →

Attorney General Eric Holder addresses NAACP National Convention

Anticipation is what attendees at this year′s NAACP national convention felt as they filed in for the night’s keynote speaker. Anticipation for what the country′s top cop, Attorney General Eric Holder, would say in the wake of the George Zimmerman… Continue Reading →

Comfort and Elegance at Philadelphia’s Radisson Plaza-Warwick Hotel

For a first time traveler or a seasoned visitor to Philadelphia, a stay at the Radisson Plaza-Warwick Hotel hits all the right spots in terms of hospitality and comfort. Centrally located just a stone′s throw away from Rittenhouse Square, the… Continue Reading →

K-Pop Singer Kara′s Outfit Receives Mixed Reactions

South Korean girl band Kara has released their fifth mini album including its title track, Pandora. The band performed on the Korean music show, KBS Music Bank, on August 23, causing controversy among Korean people regarding their performance and gaudy outfits. Being one of… Continue Reading →

Freedom of the Web at Risk in Italy, Copyright to Hide Censorship

The deliberation 668/2010 of the Italian Authority for Communications Guarantees (AGCOM) in matter of online copyright threatens the freedom of the web. According to this deliberation, AGCOM would be entitled to remove contents from web pages or to block the… Continue Reading →

Touchies: A Compilation of Simple Smartphone Mini Games

€œTouchies€ is a compilation of simple smartphone mini games with a twist. It might look like a very simple idea, but in reality you€˜ll have trouble finding something similar on the market. Why? Because €œTouchies€ is about something everyone tries… Continue Reading →

Russian & Asian Business Leaders Meet in Hong Kong

St. Petersburg, Russia – On 25 April, 2012 the St. Petersburg International Economic Forum with the support of the Ministry for Economic Development of the Russian Federation, RTS group and Micex group will provide a unique platform for discussions, for the first time… Continue Reading →

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