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Making Money vs Wasting Time on Facebook

Making Money vs Wasting Time on Facebook

Simply making their first dollar on Facebook could change a person’s outlook on how to use the site, more importantly, social media at large. Are people okay with just scrolling, reading about other people’s problems, laughing and reacting to posts that are probably not that funny? If not, this article could be very beneficial, so be […]

Facebook What Makes It a Social Network?

Facebook What Makes It a Social Network?

Facebook was founded on Feb. 4, 2004, by Mark Zuckerberg and five college roommates. They started the social media platform for Harvard students only. Later on, they added other schools to the platform. As time went on, anyone over the age of 13 was allowed to create a profile on the site. Their first IPO was on Feb. 4, 2004. However, they did […]

Google Faces Class-Action Discrimination Lawsuits

Google Faces Class-Action Discrimination Lawsuits

A class-action lawsuit is being brought against Google. Former engineer for the tech giant, James Damore is suing the company because he says they regularly discriminate against white men and conservatives. The engineer was fired from Google for writing a 10-page memo that suggested women were “neurotic” and underemployed with the tech giant for “biological” […]

Secret Santa Drops Gold in Salvation Army Collection Kettles

Secret Santa Drops Gold in Salvation Army Collection Kettles

“Yes, Virginia, there is a Santa Claus,” and he is leaving gold in the Salvation Army collection kettles around the United States. During the last 19 years, a Secret Santa in Fort Collins, Colorado has dropped off gold coins. In 2017, bell ringers report he also left various forms of gold in South Carolina, Florida, Oregon, […]

Tracy Baim and the Windy City Times

Tracy Baim and the Windy City Times

    In September 1985, Tracy Baim and three colleagues founded the Windy City Times, a weekly LGBT print newspaper, to reach communities in the Chicago area. The paper is also online and uses social media to reach a national audience. In the mid ’80s, conversation surrounding the LGBT community was closeted and a sensitive […]