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Your State’s Favorite Lifetime Movie

Lifetime launched in 1984, and since then, it’s overturned expectations, revolutionized TV, and had an undeniably major cultural impact. Don’t believe us? Hollywood pulls some of its best talent from Lifetime movies—think Rob Lowe, Zac Efron, Sarah Paulson, Reese Witherspoon, Kristen Bell…the list goes on and on. And even in 2018, Lifetime remains one of […]

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Now Streaming: Spring 2018

Spring is here and while you might not be spending quite as much time indoors as you have over the last few months, streaming networks are going to be releasing a lot of quality programming. This will come in especially handy if you live somewhere that gets a lot of April showers before May flowers— […]

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A Brief Overview of Net Neutrality

Net Neutrality is a term that is now loosely used to describe a series of rules within the Telecommunications Act which have been used to regulate Internet Service Providers (ISPs). The term was first coined by Law Professor Tim Wu in a paper that was published in 2002. While the original Telecommunications act was established […]

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Which Hallmark Movie Is Your State In Love With?

Valentine’s Day is right around the corner, and if you’re like more than half of all Americans, you’re already stockpiling chocolate, roses, and candy galore.  You might also be about to indulge in one of America’s most popular February pastimes: watching your favorite Hallmark movies. “Their movies are as comforting as programming can be,” said […]

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Internet Safety Guide: Staying Safe on Social Media

When you don’t need high-speed Internet access for work or research, social media is a great way to interact with friends, while taking some time to relax. In fact, social media is an integral part of many people’s lives, but as its popularity has increased, so have its potential dangers. An average of 10% of […]

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Make Your Phone Work for You, Not Against You, at Work

In theory, smartphones should make you more productive at work. After all, they give you easy access to email, let you chat with colleagues about important issues, and notify you about scheduling changes and upcoming meetings. But since you’re likely reading this article on your smartphone—and at work, too—you don’t need me to tell you […]

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