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Floods and Hurricanes Predicted with Social Media

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Social media can warn us about extreme weather events before they happen – such as hurricanes, storms and floods – according to new research by the University of Warwick.

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Accenture Exec Shares the Three Trends Enabling the Digital Workforce of the Future

Success for employees in the digital workplace of the future will require a suite of new skillsets and an agile, adaptable outlook.

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Facebook ‘Likes’ Don’t Work Like Marketers Think They Do

Simply building up followers on Facebook isn't enough to boost a brand’s sales. If companies want to convert social media fans into more active customers, they have to engage them with advertising, according to a new Tulane University study in the Journal of Marketing Research. .

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Dispelling Five Common Myths About Cyberbullying

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Using Twitter May Increase Food-Poisoning Reporting

Nearly 1 in 4 U.S. citizens gets food poisoning every year, but very few report it. Twitter communications between the public and the proper government authorities could improve foodborne illness reporting as well as the steps that follow, according to a new study from the Brown School at Washington University in St. Louis.

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Desks Join the Internet of Things

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The internet of things promises to revolutionize the way we live, connecting the objects in our homes to one another and to the vast array of information available online. The possibilities are enormous, and one benefit may be improving our health.

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Pilot Study Finds Youth More Likely Than Adults to Report Seeing Alcohol Marketing on the Internet

Underage youth are nearly twice as likely to recall seeing alcohol marketing on the internet than adults, with almost one in three saying they saw alcohol-related content in the previous month, according to a new pilot survey led by the Johns Hopkins Bloomberg School of Public Health.







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