17 Mar

Social Media Isn’t Foreplay

Try to simply purchase a cup of coffee without running into some adolescent or young adult who has his or her head buried in their smartphone. I challenge you.

Interestingly enough, Nate Freeman, a journalist for The New York Observer, concludes that modern communication tools and social netwo...

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08 Dec

Digital Snooping | Results in More Trouble than it is Worth

The “Netiquette” column at CNN.com is full of interesting content that can be of value to all individuals who participate on the World Wide Web. In a recent column titled, “The Perils of Digital Snooping”, authors Brenna Ehrlich and Andrea Bartz discus how to “minimize the damage both to your own...

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25 Mar

Liberal Arts Feeding the Right-Brain?

Is a liberal arts education perceived as a positive or negative by a future employer? Being a near graduate at Skidmore College, a liberal arts institution in Saratoga Springs, NY, I would hope the former.

A liberal arts education entails a basic understanding of all subjects resulting in gen...

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