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How the shift to online health care may affect Foreign born Latinos

by Hannah Guzik, California Health ReportAugust 8, 2016 Health information is increasingly disseminated online, but Latinos who emigrated to the U.S. may have trouble accessing it, resulting in a health ...
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Now is the time for social innovation

by Marguerite Mendell. Originally published on Policy OptionsJuly 7, 2016 The Trudeau government took office last fall announcing it would reverse Canada’s lagging productivity and competitiveness by investing in social ...
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Technology Feels Like It’s Accelerating — Because It Actually Is

By Alison E. Berman and Jason Dorrier -Mar 22, 2016 “Technology goes beyond mere tool making; it is a process of creating ever more powerful technology using the tools from the previous round of ...
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Google wants more mobile-friendly websites in its mobile searches

Sam Hinton, University of CanberraApril 21, 2015 When you search Google on a mobile device, any website that is not mobile-friendly will be harder to find from today. Depending on ...
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This is Spartan! But is it the end for Microsoft’s Internet Explorer?

Sam Hinton, University of CanberraApril 1, 2015 Love it or hate it, Internet Explorer (IE) has been Microsoft’s window on the web for almost 20 years. In the rapidly evolving ...
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Adapting to electronic health records, but not without challenges

by Robert Fulton, California Health ReportSeptember 11, 2013 When the South Central Family Health Center adopted electronic health records last year, physician David Noya was keenly aware of the need ...
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New Internet world: Global perspectives on freedom of expression

by Margaret Weigel, The Journalist's ResourceJanuary 25, 2012 Nations around the globe have a wide variety of policies toward the Internet. Many allow essentially unrestricted access. Others have strict laws ...
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Weapon of the strong? Participatory inequality and the Internet

by Christopher Olver, The Journalist's ResourceJune 1, 2011 From fundraising and campaigning to organization and voter recruitment, the Internet has changed electoral politics in America. Because of the Web's inherently ...
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Programming, Not Coding: Infoskills for Journalists

Tony HirstApril 30, 2010 A recent post on the journalism.co.uk site asks: How much computer science does a journalist really need?, commenting that whilst coding skills may undoubtedly be useful for ...
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Paradise lost: the end of appointment television

by Iain Grant, Amit Kaminer, Cynthia Lee. Originally published on Policy OptionsOctober 1, 2009 The television business is about to undergo a transformation as radical as the metamorphosis of the ...
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