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Irma aftermath: Internet outages halt work for thousands | Miami Herald

Internet outages are now rolling into Day 10 for hundreds of thousands of residents and businesses in South Florida. And for many, no internet means no business gets done. Statewide, 893,409 people statewide were without Internet or cable services, down from 1.1 million on Sunday and 1.3 million on Saturday. The numbers are not broken down by county, according to data the carriers reported to the Federal Communications Commission. But...

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Technology Changing Hospitality and Travel Scene
Jan13

Technology Changing Hospitality and Travel Scene

Amaury Piedra, general manager of Shelborne Wyndham Grand South Beach, has some strong opinions about South Florida s travel and hospitality industry–and how green approaches and technology could give some properties a competitive advantage. Source:...

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Log In – The New York Times
Dec10

Log In – The New York Times

The millennial innovator who got the world to share sonograms, goofy wedding photos, relationship statuses and innermost thoughts onFacebook is doing a lot of sharing himself these days. Now Mark Zuckerberg, the founder of the site, has added his voice to one of the most contentious political issues of the moment, with a strong statement on Wednesday night in support of Muslims and Islam. Granted, his statement also made good business...

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One Direction leads the way on Twitter’s list of 2015 tweets | www.ajc.com
Dec07

One Direction leads the way on Twitter’s list of 2015 tweets | www.ajc.com

SAN FRANCISCO — Messages of love and gratitude shared by the boy band One Direction topped Twitter’s charts this year, eclipsing President Barack Obama’s celebration of the U.S. Supreme Court’s decision legalizing gay marriage. One Direction members accounted for half of the 10 most recirculated tweets, including the three most popular. All the One Direction tweets were either directed at bandmates or the...

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Technology Isn’t Bad for Students. In Fact, It’s Character Building – Education Week Teacher
Oct28

Technology Isn’t Bad for Students. In Fact, It’s Character Building – Education Week Teacher

Stephen Pham, a 5th grade STEM teacher, argues that the use of digital tools in schools teaches students soft skills that enhance their academic development. Source:...

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The store credit cards with the highest and lowest rates – Chicago Tribune

Store credit cards typically carry higher interest rates than general-purpose, use-anywhere plastic, but some are more costly than others for shoppers who carry balances. Retailers that charge the highest annual percentage rates include jewelry chain Zales, which charges up to 28.99 percent, and office supply superstore Staples, at 27.99 percent, according to a survey released Thursday by CreditCards.com. The national average for...

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