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Anonymity, Accountability and Free Speech

Since the debut of Google+ there has been a storm of controversy surrounding the new social network’s real name policy. The attempt to enforce what Google believes to be a form of legitimacy on their users has been met with … Continue reading

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100 Million Users and Counting: the 5 Largest Social Networks You Never Knew Existed

Facebook, Twitter and LinkedIn: they can all count their users in the hundreds of millions, which is why you know them. But did you know that there are other social networks that can do the same, and you’ve probably never … Continue reading

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Startup Weekend: One Businessman’s Dream of Revitalizing Hartford

What can you accomplish in one weekend? Could you build a new deck, replant your garden, or explore the contents of a museum? How about taking a fledgling idea and turning it into a company: constructing a business plan, finding … Continue reading

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