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Open Access Week

Wouldn’t it be nice if you could read any piece of scholarship for free? This isn’t an ad — it’s one of the driving thoughts behind open access, which is “the free, immediate, online availability of research articles coupled with the rights to use these articles fully in the digital environment,” according to SPARC, a… Read the full article…





6 Useful Tech Tools for Home

Many people have tools once essential for work that later enhanced their personal lives. I need competence in disaster recovery solutions. I need that same knowledge at home with my audio/video productions and trying new open software solutions. Here are 6 tools that aid my personal disaster recovery: Hard Drive Caddy I’m primarily a Linux… Read the full article…


How to Navigate the Internship Hunt

The start of the school year means a couple more weeks of the muggy summer, catching the last legs of the New York State Fair, and starting your internship hunt! Internships are a great way to either further your experience in a field, or realize that you have no interest in the industry at all…. Read the full article…


Antitrust and Innovation: Google and its Competitors

When we think about innovation, competition, and consumer protection we need to understand that there is no perfect solution. There might be situations where innovation is best achieved by a few large entities. Alternatively a large number of smaller competitors may provide options to consumers. In the past, deciding on this was not as difficult… Read the full article…



Getting Ready for the FBI

June 11th is quickly approaching, which marks the end of my month long summer vacation. For a few weeks, I have listened to my friends hold conversations about their work experiences so far, and I am eager to share mine! In less than a week, I will begin my summer internship with the Federal Bureau… Read the full article…