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Society & Education: July 2014


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The Singularity Effect

Adam Sogi. July 3, 2014

People today, are not as interactive with each other as in the past. They have more of a tendency to be addicted to their phones, tablets, and other electronic devices—checking the statuses of others or texting different people. Although people create technology to make living easier. However, if everything becomes ...
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The Future of Television Might Not Be Televised: Aero Fights Back

Dennis Anderson, Katja Schroeder, Robert Wu. July 22, 2014

Aero's service was abruptly suspended on June 28, 2014 in response to the U.S. Supreme Court’s decision that the streaming video service infringed upon the copyrights of television broadcasting companies.
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Wearable Technology: Is it right for you?

Amanda Sachartoff. July 22, 2014

Wearable technology is a new and curious trend. There are up and coming products designed to make people’s lives easier, however do the pros outweigh the cons? The technologies that make these innovative ideas are so new that many kinks still need to be worked out. The prices may be ...
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TMNT Art Tribute Exhibition: Celebrating 30 Years

Sefra Orlick. July 22, 2014
Source: Gallery Nucleus

In honor of the 30th anniversary of "Teenage Mutant Ninja Turtles," Nickelodeon Studios and Gallery Nucleus in Alahambra, CA are hosting an art tribute exhibition to the popular series. More than 30 artists are currently exhibiting their unique TMNT artwork as tribute, along with a wide display of series memorabilia and production artwork ...
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