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Amazon Shopping Made Easy by SnapChat

September 25, 2018 | 0 Comments

If you are an Amazon shopper, and lets be real, who isn’t, things just got easier. Amazon.com, the world’s largest online retailer and social media player SnapChat have hooked up. It’s a rare for Amazon...

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Rapper Snoop Dogg, like many rappers, is hell bent on growing his money. He has transformed his career in music into other businesses most notably the weed industry. Now, according to TechCrunch, the D-O double...

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Social media is everywhere. Facebook alone has over two billion users. And the bottom line is that social media is how people in the world share their lives. Is that what you want your children...

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Kevin Hart Kevin Hart has launched a new mobile video game that stars him and his family. Named “Gold Ambush,” Hart has teamed up with new start up “StandUp Digital.” The company describes itself as a “celebrity mobile...

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U.S. Government The personal information of thousands of U.S. citizens and employees holding security clearances up to Top Secret have been compromised. The security breach was revealed by Chris Vickery Director of cyber risk research...

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Back to School – Student Identity Theft

September 6, 2017 | 0 Comments

Identity theft is rampant. It it the fastest growing Internet crime and black college students should be aware of the vulnerability of their personal information. According to the Better Business Bureau college students are prime...

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Rapper/entreprenuer/business mogul JayZ is launching a venture capital fund. The brother has the Midas touch and knows how to use it. In 2011 the husband of Beyonce invested in Uber and that blew up. The...

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World Password Day was yesterday. Ok, so we are a little late. But lets understand that a simple password that is easy to remember is also easy to break. Black people continue to be the least educated...

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Social Media Never Forgets

September 1, 2015 | 0 Comments

Let’s talk about AACR Rule #6; Nothing is ever completely deleted. Nothing! So black people be warned! Social media never forgets and it never throws anything away. Nothing! Whatever you posted online, comments, pictures whatever, years ago or yesterday is still out there....

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Interview with Dr. Ben Chavis

July 28, 2015 | 0 Comments

In the digital age the Internet is competing for the attention of black people and advertising dollars. Black media has evolved with the Internet producing numerous relevant sources of information. But are African-American newspapers keeping up...

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