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It’s no mystery that project managers can make a pretty penny helping companies big and small cut costs and boost efficiency. But, despite the demand, you’ll have a hard time getting your foot in the door if you’re not carrying the appropriate certifications. There are a host of project management…

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In an age where net neutrality is far from a guarantee, VPNs have become a staple for users looking to make sure their online activity stays private. However, one of the biggest complaints about these services is that they slow your browsing speed to a crawl while keeping your online…

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Tired of waiting for city services to patch Portland’s winter-wrecked streets, and also tired of state authority and the global structures of late capitalism that support it, anarchists are filling potholes. They have patched holes on three city blocks and remain in a “constant state” of awareness to find other…

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Embattled Trump EPA chair Scott Pruitt (previously) unveiled a plan to raise the service charge for using our nation’s parks to $70/day (it’s currently $25/day), a move that would price access to national parks out of the budgets of 71% of working-class Americans. More than 100,000 people sent…

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Please join me this Thursday evening April 5 at San Francisco’s California Academy of Sciences NightLife event celebrating the Space Age! At 8:30pm, I’ll be speaking about the Voyager Golden Record, the iconic message for extraterrestrials launched into space that my friends Tim Daly, Lawrence Azerrad, and I released on…

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