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Net Neutrality

What is Net Neutrality? Net Neutrality is the Internet’s guiding principle: It preserves our right to communicate freely online. This is the definition of an open Internet. Net Neutrality means an Internet that enables and protects free speech. It means that Internet service providers should provide us with open networks — and should not block …

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Changes

I promised a re-design and it's finally here! Yesssss. Progress. My logo has been updated as promised! Sorry it took 8 months to get this far, but it has been a very busy year for me so far. In February I started full-time at Sears Holdings, first in floor planning and design. Then in May …

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New Year, New Things

    A little late, yes. But change is still a foot! I’d love to hear what you resolved to accomplish this year-comment below and let me know! I made some that were more traditional (lose holiday weight/resume workouts and diet.) I made some bad habit resolutions (Keep up with nails/Put full effort on every …

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the freelance flaw

Freelancer: A person who contends in a cause or in a succession of various causes, as he or she chooses, without personal attachment or allegiance. I like that. It sounds like freedom right? And it is! For most. Some choose to think of it as a burden. I see it as an opportunity. A way …

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when wordpress is the answer

Less and less now static HTML pages are receding into the background. WordPress is beginning to take over web design. Though some people believe this is like comparing apples and oranges, it is a decision that needs to be made when creating a website. The simple fact is how can a static HTML page even …

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