June 25

A family is looking for answers after a 20-year-old college student apparently committed suicide after potentially misinterpreting the UI (user interface) and UX (user experience) of the Robinhood trading app, believing he had just lost nearly $750,000 in options trading.

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June 23

The internet is rapidly shaping our future faster than our societies can adapt. Subject-matter experts weigh in on the future of the internet and speculate; have we passed the internet's golden era? If so, then what lies ahead?

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June 23

For many people pre-pandemic, socializing with co-workers was an important part of their day and their work experience. Now keeping office morale up is more difficult than ever. This NY Times article offers a few creative ways employees can continue sharing their lives with their co-workers virtually.

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June 18

To promote an understanding of history and context amongst other things, we are happy to provide an opportunity for Joe Pipkin, a friend from the Durham community, to share his perspective on Juneteenth

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June 12

In the past several years, Google has broadened the criteria it assesses pages by to determine whether they are “good” content for users and has attempted to quantify this assessment into its search ranking algorithm. Google has announced the upcoming incorporation of its identified “Core Web Vitals” into a set of signals known as “Page Experience” that is slated to be incorporated into the algorithm next year.

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May 21

Providing website accessibility for the visual and hearing impaired is a task that organizations tend to classify as just some technical or legal requirements that have to be met. Some organizations don't even consider accessibility at all. For today's Global Accessibility Day, we want to remind everybody that when you choose not to update your site to meet accessibility standards, you are not only excluding a number of potential consumers from accessing your site, you are missing out on the opportunity to assist real human beings in their fight for digital independence.

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