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Today, the Recording Industry Association of America (RIAA) announced they would be filing copyright infringement lawsuits against 405 college students at 18 different colleges across the country.
More and more students, both in undergraduate and graduate institutions, are deciding to launch their own ventures upon graduation rather than taking the traditional route of working for another firm. Likewise, more and more individuals are leaving their jobs to fulfill their entrepreneurial dreams.
Yahoo! announced today that Yahoo! Sports will once again offer live audio broadcasts of some of the highest-profile teams in college sports.
I recently had a conversation about search with my sister, who’s a college librarian. It was interesting to (for once) think about search outside of its marketing potential. She told me about about students who type in natural language search queries (sometimes simply typing in the name of their class or assignment title) and dreamed of a search engine that will understand exactly what searchers are looking for.
There are over 20,000 coaches worldwide, and the field is growing fast. Since there are virtually no barriers to entry in the profession, you have an exceptionally rich field to choose from. If you have the money to invest in a coach for yourself, here are some parameters to use to begin your search.
Higher education is very important for landing lucrative jobs. For many the challenge is finding the money for college. One piece of good news is that if you use money from an IRA to pay for education expenses the IRA account holder may qualify for a tax break.