Monthly Archives: March 2014

Seeking Geography Writer Interns

http://geography.about.com/b/2014/03/09/seeking-geography-writer-interns.htm I am seeking one or two geography interns for the next few months to write articles here […]

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Malaysia plane: Confronting searchers is an ocean full of garbage

By Barbara Demick This post has been corrected. See the note below for details.  March 30, 2014, 10:16 […]

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Thoughts on CommColl Education

‘Career Technical’ Education: More Middle in the Middle Class? Training students for jobs that are less likely to […]

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Want Your Dream Internship? 6 Things Your Online Profiles Should Showcase

Nathan Parcells.  www.mashable.com Landing your dream internship is no easy feat. Many employers call for an experienced candidate […]

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Minority Report at a Ballpark Near You

San Francisco Giants (and most of MLB) adopt Apple’s iBeacon for an enhanced ballpark experience BY Michael Gorman […]

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20 Years of Global Migration—in One Chart

Nick Stockton Mar 28 2014, 1:00 PM ET  www.theatlantic.com It’s no secret that the world’s population is on […]

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The Mythical ‘Map Of The Internet 2.0’ Is Even Better Than The First

Paul Szoldra in www.businessinsider.com.  Mar 29, 2014 Amateur graphic designer Martin Vargic has put together the second version […]

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Drones vs. balloons: Zuckerberg explains why wings are better for the internet than helium

 By Kevin Fitchard  Mar. 28, 2014 – 3:36 PM PDT When Facebook and Internet.org revealed their intentions on […]

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NOVA-GMU Team Wins ASPRS GeoLeague 2014

Louisville, KY  26 Mar 2014, ASPRS National Convention A combined NOVA-GMU team won the 4th Annual ASPRS SAC […]

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Missing Malaysia plane puts new satellite sensors in the spotlight

By Victoria Bryan and Andrea Shalal FRANKFURT/WASHINGTON, March 19 (Reuters) – The unexplained fate of Malaysia Airlines flight […]

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