Speed up. Slow down. Block. Assuming that the above five words are nothing more than a description of Super Bowl tactics would be incorrect.
Proving that President Obama is still a trend starter, after his speech at the Democratic National Convention, online searches for registering to vote doubled
A new online business, called SkillShare, wants us get over the idea that a college education is the only legitimate path to a career.
You’ve heard about the chaos in Egypt. Ordinary citizens got tired of their oppressive ruler and took to the streets. There are tanks in
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The Federal Communications Commission voted a partisan 3-2 on network neutrality on December 21st, in what proponents consider an upset. The rules, a flimsy
2010 has been the first calendar year for Occasional Planet’s eclectic, under-the-news-radar, occasionally-humorous-and-often-opinionated potpourri of mostly positive posts on progressive people, programs and ideas.
If negative advertising turns you off, but if you really would like people to know the facts that make a candidate look bad, Daily
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David McCandless loves pie. And he loves information, too. But he hates pie charts. So, he’s doing something about that. Calling himself a “data