Jose Palomino

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Differentiation

Wow! There’s a lot of TV to watch. In fact, 409 scripted TV series were released in 2015, a record even in the midst of the “golden age” of television.

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Uber and Lyft, services which allow users to get a quick car ride through an app on their phones, have quickly become commonplace across the nation (and the world). As of October 2016, more travelers are choosing

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Once one of the most-used social media websites on the planet, Twitter has been falling into an era of decline at an alarming rate. Millennials, the most active and up-to-date users of social media on the daily, are no longer using

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3D Ingenuity

November 1, 2016

I recently came across an article about a college student who developed the ingenious idea to 3D print his own set of braces. Not only did it fix the smile he so hated, but he did it for

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The Great Barrier Reef, one of the seven natural wonders of the world, is one of the most biologically diverse ecosystems on the planet. It can be seen from outer space, it is a World Heritage Site, it is the single biggest structure ever made by living organisms, and it generates

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Virtual reality is one of the fastest-growing areas of the technology world, projected to be a $5.2 billion industry by 2020. It’s clear to see why virtual reality is such a popular niche. It’s revolutionary in

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Instant noodles are a staple in the diet of every college student and starving artist in the world. Everyone has heard of famous brands like Nissin Cup of Noodles, Maruchan, and Nissin Chikin Ramen. Most people have

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With more and more business services becoming automated, it feels like every day we lose a little bit more of the human side of sales. Customer service helplines cycle callers through a handful of machines before they ever speak to a real human, and online ordering means

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