It won’t break the Internet, and it will be a boon to freedom, privacy, porn producers and likely human sexuality
Hi wants to focus on what it calls moments to turns the map into a new hybrid that mixes guidebook, history book and memoir
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If you’re an immigrant or ethnic minority living in Calgary or St. John’s, Silicon Valley’s “majority first” demographic approach ends up replicating the imbalances you already experience
Instantly catapults the social network into one of the most popular emerging activities online and suggesting a potentially huge new advertising revenue stream
Apple’s cultural dominance means its new technology no longer has to reference old versions as a design metaphor
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