Ask yourself this: How often do you rely on Google? Between Docs, Gmail, and Search, busy entrepreneurs regularly rely on the Google ecosystem. But a wide range of antitrust lawsuits threatens to change the way we work and, more importantly, the way we access information.
Climate change is the number one threat to mankind. Recent scientific evidence has emphasized, and in many cases exceeded, our worst fears of its physical ramifications. Drought, crop-failure, rising water levels, disease, flooding, famine. These are just some of the environmental issues that climate change
In 2020, we experienced a lot of downfall as a country. From the pandemic to the horrible economy to gig workers not getting the pay or coverage they deserve, 2020 was the year of disaster. But one of the upsides to last year was the
In 1988 he made the cover of Time Magazine. In 1989 the movie “Lean on Me” was loosely based on his unconventional methods as a principal at Eastside High School, Paterson, New Jersey. Joe Louis Clark was truly an original; an educator who was not
2020 brought a lot of heartache and struggle to the American citizens during the pandemic. If it was hard for some before last March, it was definitely harder after. But in San Antonio, Texas, a local food bank run by Eric Cooper did everything in
One of the fastest growing social platforms that we have today is TikTok. Since day one of this year, everyone has been loving the app’s short video features. TikTok has started and ended most pop culture trends of 2020, and like all other apps, they
In California, it has been almost 300 days since Governor Gavin Newsom declared a State of Emergency due to the Covid-19 virus, giving him unobstructed judgement in changing California State law at a whim without input from either the citizens or legislators. During this time
Since the beginning of the pandemic, California—like all the other states—has fought to keep people safe and protected from the virus. They introduced a stay-at-home order in March that gave everyone a curfew and strict limitations to how and when they could go out. Basically,
Google. We all know this large tech company that, over the years, has completely implemented itself into our daily lives. From using their search engine to using their products, Google is one of the most popular large corporations in the world—no one can deny that.
There are tons of things on the internet and on social media that can be triggering for millions of people. From ads on your social feeds to just Aunt Karen posting on Facebook about controversial topics, it can all blend into one another and make
With the holiday season here and last-minute socially distant shoppers bustling to stores, the pressure for finding the perfect gift is on in a timely and efficient manner. What can you give the person who has it all? Are you running out of time for
With many businesses having had to close due to Covid 19 shutdowns and restricting measures, it’s no wonder many owners are suffering. Chicago businesses are no exception. But there are means and ways around it, quite possibly a lot. For instance, a new batch of
The election results are in and there is an obvious winner: weed. The number of states to legalize recreational marijuana jumped from eleven to fifteen, with the additions of Montana, Arizona, South Dakota, and New Jersey. The District of Columbia also legalized recreational weed back
There are plans for a new skyscraper in Seattle. Yes, a new skyscraper. And this may be the tallest one in the city yet! People are planning for a bright future ahead and they are looking forward to all the cool things we can do.
Since 2019, New York Attorney General Leticia James has been investigating Facebook under claims the company unlawfully used its marketing power to monopolize the social media industry. According to her statement, she was looking into whether Facebook “endangered consumer data, reduced the quality of consumer’s
As the pandemic continues, parents have been turning to virtual for profit charter schools. As any typical charter school, virtual charter schools are online and free of charge to families. While they are also paid for by taxpayers, many times, there are for-profit companies that
Now more than ever, people are on the hunt to find a new hobby. While some turn to reading and yoga, there are many opting to learn how to play the guitar. After years of guitar sales trending downwards, the pandemic has shown the instrument
Christmas is the time of year where everyone scrambles from store to store, trying to find the best holiday deals they can. But in New York, this means something extra special. The Christmas tree in Rockefeller Center is one of the most popular tourist attractions
With Joe Biden on his way into the White House, both sides of climate change are cautiously optimistic. The oil industry is banking on Biden’s proposals being fairly moderate. Meanwhile, climate activists are hopeful that Biden comes through with more liberal regulations. From the oil
It’s that time of year. One filled with lists, requests, socially distant lines at stores, and online holiday deals. I know I have been tempted by all the deals through personalized Instagram Ads. For example, do I need those sunglasses that keep popping up as