If you kick a white supremacist group off one service, another will be waiting for them

Aug 16, 2017
Parallel services are welcoming white supremacist groups that have been shunned by the mainstream media.
White nationalist Richard Spencer (center) and his supporters clash with Virginia State Police in Emancipation Park after the "Unite the Right" rally was declared an unlawful gathering in Charlottesville, Virginia.
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Georgia aims to make its websites accessible for all

May 17, 2017
So far, the state has upgraded more than half of its 130 sites to federal standards. Enabling screen readers is one improvement.
Annie Maxwell, who is blind, shows how she uses a software program called a screen reader to access web pages.
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Retail shakeout: Web stores on the rise

Apr 28, 2016
Retailers are trying to figure out how to match the sales volume and customer experience of brick-and-mortar stores on their e-commerce sites.
Wal-Mart will close more than 100 stores this year.
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Email is not a perfect match for dating sites

Nov 9, 2015
Match Group released details of its IPO. One hurdle for future business: email.

A kinder, gentler Gawker?

Jul 27, 2015
After a rocky few weeks, the blog tries a reboot.

Big data is following you

Jul 20, 2015
Cookies let retailers compile a dossier on shoppers — and resend the same ads.