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The latest by Tanisha DuBransky

Connection Over Content: Should the Church Take a Page from Facebook?

RJ Grunewald of Orange Leaders assessed Facebook’s new priority shift: “Facebook changes something every couple months. The design, the newsfeed algorithm, the relationship with advertisers—this change is different. There is a clarity
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Millennials’ Values Change How Business is Done

We know them as Millennials and the youngest of these are now adults ages 18 to 38. “Millennials have come of age during a time of technological change, globalization, and economic disruption.
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Test Driving Digital License Plates in California

Imagine sitting in traffic on the freeway when you notice the words ‘STOLEN VEHICLE’ or ‘AMBER ALERT’ on the license plate of the car ahead of you. Could stolen vehicles
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Community Spaces Rise from Shopping Mall Ashes

With retail climate change and people opting for experiences over material things, shopping malls are dying. Even the Westside Pavilion Mall in West Los Angeles, an over 700,000 sq ft,
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Brili Makes Routines Easy

This might be an understatement if you’ve ever tried to get out the door on time on a weekday morning with one or more school-aged children. Brili is an app that promises “routine
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Elective Ethics in Artificial Intelligence Programs

Carnegie Mellon University’s School of Computer Science has become the country’s first institution to offer an Artificial Intelligence (AI) undergraduate degree. A degree at the undergraduate level is an opportunity
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Still Sorting it Out: Should Harry Have Been a Slytherin?

I was 18 years old when the first book of the series was published in the U.S. but I didn’t know about it until I noticed my best friend reading
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Five Reasons Why Alexa May Be a Mom’s Best Friend

I ordered an Echo Dot last year. The idea of verbal commands for Amazon music and audiobooks drew me in, but the quick and easy way to record lists and
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What America Means To Me*, Part I: Pluralism

Pluralism means we need our differences. They are assets, not hindrances.
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When Jesus Doesn’t Answer

One of the hardest areas of our Christian walk is faith and trust in Jesus in the hard times. Those times where we want to hear the audible voice of God. We wish we could talk to Jesus just like we talk to our best friend. Jesus is supposed to be our best friend. Why doesn’t he talk back? Is he really God at all? If he is, why is he so silent? Where is he?
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Five Reasons Everyone Should Own a Few Jazz Albums

Here’s a list of occasions in a civilized adult’s life when jazz is truly the best choice.
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