How Mobile Tech is Helping Women Conceive

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Bronislaw Malinowksi, a controversial pioneer of cultural anthropology, once made the claim that the Trobriand islanders he studied had not made the connection between sexual activity and pregnancy. I’ve read other articles that have attempted to debunk that, as well as some that state the women of the tribe knew the deal, but for various […]

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Getfeedback and the New Era of Influence

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Influence is one of those words that can be very confusing to a non-native English speaker. It can be used in a lot of contexts, and as different parts of speech. “I was influenced to vote No on Prop 30 by that scary commercial;” or “The teacher’s influence over his students waned after he tore […]

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Polar Polls Goes to Mountain View

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Online polls have generally existed as a pretty shady corner of the internet. They are the ultimate “more noise than signal” version of polling, as they pretty much just measure the pre-ordained conceptions of people who want to make their stance clear. If I see a poll that says “Should the President be impeached for […]

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Levi’s Stadium Makes Mobile Tech Part of the Game

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As the legendary, hard-nosed Green Bay Packers coach/generalissimo Vince Lombardi once famously said, “winning isn’t everything, making sure that you can tweet about winning from inside the stadium while you’re winning is the only thing.” OK, maybe that isn’t the exact quote, but in the middle of a game, surrounded by screaming fans and the […]

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