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Break Out of Your Boredom With These Games

It’s two in the afternoon on a Saturday. Nothing looks interesting on Netflix, and you promised your friend you’d wait to watch the latest episode of GOT. You don’t want to spend a lot of money, you don’t want to leave the house, and
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How to Check basic functionality & usability of your website

Website Usability and Functionality Testing Website functionality testing verifies that a website functions as intended. It assesses how seamless, effective and efficient the website satisfies user expectations. Usability is a critical aspect of any web-based platform. Realizing that usability is a multi-faceted property is
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Developers, Stop Overspending on SSL Certificates!

What are SSL Certificates? SSL certification is an important part of building a reliable, trustworthy webpage for your customers and users. If you’re an app or mobile game developer utilising credit and debit card transactions then you’ll already know that you require SSL certification
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The millennial dropouts who control social media

With an average age of 21, they may look like interns, but Social Chain is one of Britain’s most influential companies
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Social media websites make us more lonely

Social media sites designed to help people to connect are causing them to feel more alone, say psychologists.
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How social media opens your mind

Discussing the 2016 election, Barack Obama summed up the dangerously polarising effects of social media.
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What does an internet troll look like? Just like you

Everybody knows what an internet troll is: a maladjusted keyboard warrior turning his frustration about the sad little life he has wasted into venomous spurts of Twitter abuse.
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Internet ‘fuels frustration of world’s poor’

The internet threatens to cause a new wave of migration and conflict across the world by fuelling aspirations in developing countries that cannot be matched by opportunity, the president of the World Bank has warned.
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