In the bizarre age of social distancing, social media has used a few signature terms to help add humor to our unfortunate circumstances. Memes mocking the countless inspirational messages that start with “In these strange and uncertain times…”, WFH emails that open with “I hope this finds you well”, and of course, the popular poll […]

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Cancer. Heart Disease. Diabetes. Stroke. These are just a handful of the leading causes of death throughout the United States. We all know someone that has been directly or indirectly affected by these cruel and devastating diseases. My own grandmother passed away from a heart attack in September. She would’ve celebrated her 78th birthday this […]

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Sweden is now changing the game in EVs, and their roads, to further enhance the advantages of owning an electric vehicle. On a short road right outside of Stockholm, electrified rail has been installed. This will enable EVs to recharge while still on the go. Sweden has experimented with other recharging methods in the past, […]

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There’s no question that technology has improved our society. It has aided the discovery of new species, enhanced human interaction in the form of social media and even extended our average life span by advancing healthcare. But improvements are never perfect, which is why as great as technology is, it has many imperfections or flaws. […]

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What do we want? Apps. When do we want them? All the time. Why? Because growing up with the Internet just made us different. Generations used to be based solely on birthdate and age, now it’s all about that technology. Did you save up your allowance for cassette tapes in your youth or spend twenty […]

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Uber started testing its self-driving, or autonomous, car in February 2017. The testing was staged in the cities of Arizona, Pittsburgh, San Francisco, and Toronto. Arizona had originally been welcomed by the Arizona governor, but things have drastically changed since a fatal accident on March 18th in Tempe. The pedestrian, 49- year old Elaine Herzberg, […]

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They say change is a good thing, but I’m still on the fence when it comes to Bitcoin. It’s the cryptocurrency that’s been blowing up my newsfeed for the past year, leading me to finally give in and research exactly what it is. At first, I thought I’d buy one and hop on the bandwagon… […]

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I’ve always been passionate about technology. I’ve worked for tech startups and currently work at one of the largest software companies in the world. And I’m a woman… You could say I’m quite familiar with “bro culture.” The testosterone-fueled environment that rules the tech world is riddled with sexism, hostility and a lack of inclusivity […]

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I was thirteen years old when my parents gifted me with my first cell phone – the much coveted pink Razor. Although my parents didn’t allow me to text at the time, I felt like part of the middle school elite as I was one of the few people in my friend group that had […]

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Over the last decade, the “me, me, me generation” has consistently debunked millennial generational stereotypes. We’ve been labeled as unsatisfied, lazy, bored and stuck with a bad work ethic. Despite our lackadaisical mentality, we’ve become the most studied generation of all time. One of the latest trends that society has blamed millennials for is the […]

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