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Net Neutrality And Obama’s ‘Plan For A Free And Open Internet’

Posted on November 20th, 2014 by Kelly Kirkham

Are all websites created equal? Or should mega-sites be able to pay their way to easy access? President Obama details his own opinions on net neutrality in his ‘Plan for a Free and Open Internet’. What does this mean for internet users and what can we expect in the future of web traffic?

Jillian Mayer Asks, “What’s the Point of Living Offline Anymore?”

Posted on October 2nd, 2014 by Kelly Kirkham

In the solemn halls of the Utah Museum of Fine Arts, better known as UMFA, you can let your mind drift along the period pieces, surrounded by the works of the masters. Centuries have passed before the watchful eyes of cherubs, wild african masks, and biblical scenes. Photographs slide out of silent rollers encased by…

8 Books To Read Before You Die – And They’re Not What You Might Expect

Posted on April 22nd, 2014 by Sarah Holt

In lieu of UNESCO’s World Book Day tomorrow, newly published author and Midphase writer, Sarah Holt, reveals the books that have a permanent place on her bookshelf. Once, when I was 6, I decided to run away. I packed a bag and headed off to a neighbour’s house to hideout. You know what was in…

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