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Survey: San Diego Top City For Tech Hiring In First Half Of 2018 – PR Newswire (press release)

Survey: San Diego Top City For Tech Hiring In First Half Of 2018PR Newswire (press release)SAN DIEGO, Dec. 13, 2017 /PRNewswire/ — Technology hiring in the San Diego area is expected to start strong in 2018, according to the Robert Half Technology IT …

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The FCC is doing the right thing in returning to internet openness – The Hill

The HillThe FCC is doing the right thing in returning to internet opennessThe HillThe Federal Communications Commission took a big step in November toward undoing the 2015 Open Internet Order and its vague, over-broad regulations by proposing the Resto…

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The 7 Personality Types Needed For The Internet of Things – Forbes

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The 7 Personality Types Needed For The Internet of Things
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Generally traditional IT has the ‘Internet‘ [for web development] covered, but now it also needs to be on top of the ‘things’ – and those things will require an innate knowledge of a business’s use case and processes. The only way to gain a true

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Social media for business Lake Charles – Minyanville.com (blog)

Social media for business Lake CharlesMinyanville.com (blog)Starting in Internet Marketing Lake Charles is generally overwhelming to e-business newbies, even if they are seasoned business professionals or marketing experts. Internet marketing is genuin…

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What you need to know about the FCC’s net neutrality repeal – CNET

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What you need to know about the FCC’s net neutrality repeal
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They argue there are certain applications — in medicine or in the development of autonomous vehicles — that require fast, low-latency internet connections that a paid-priority service would deliver. “You don’t want your self-driving car operating on

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Hacking the Tax Plan: 13 Ways to Profit Off the Republican Tax Bill – New York Times

Hacking the Tax Plan: 13 Ways to Profit Off the Republican Tax Bill
New York Times
Professionals call it tax planning. Analysts call them tax games. We’re calling them tax hacks. Every tax bill has little incentives or loopholes that encourage some behaviors and discourage others. The bill recently passed by the Senate is no

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Look How Bitcoin’s Rise Stacks up Against the Internet Bubble and Tulipmania – TheStreet.com

Look How Bitcoin’s Rise Stacks up Against the Internet Bubble and Tulipmania
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Meanwhile, economist Peter Garber has written that non-professionals and speculators entered the tulip market in 1634, driving up prices. So are we currently in the throes of Bitcoinmania? Short analyst Ihor Dusaniwsky, with S3 Analytics, suggested in

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Second jobs on the rise in Florida, with young professionals leading the way – Sarasota Herald-Tribune

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Second jobs on the rise in Florida, with young professionals leading the way
Sarasota Herald-Tribune
“Absolutely, if I was to limit everything to aerospace I would be OK; that’s nice and that’s comforting,” Sanfilippo said. “But what really gets exciting for me is the amount of contacts I made in different industries. “Now, I know a bunch of

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How killing Net Neutrality will affect enterprise mobility – Computerworld

ComputerworldHow killing Net Neutrality will affect enterprise mobilityComputerworldForrester analyst Sophia Vargas, who focuses on infrastructure and operations professionals, said enterprises will likely face a pay-for-play model for Internet data tr…

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Second jobs on the rise, with young professionals leading the way – Florida Times-Union

Florida Times-UnionSecond jobs on the rise, with young professionals leading the wayFlorida Times-UnionZimmerman, who lives in Nocatee, runs the website optimisticmillennial.com and she handles career and money advice on that blog. She said millennials…

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