Where did you get that information? Also, states generally do not dictate specific safety rules for MRI suites.
For the sake of restoring balance to our lives and hope to our politics, it is time to disrupt the disrupters. Now we face the challenge of extracting the world from the jaws of Internet platform monopolies.
I used to be a technology optimist. During a year career investing in the best and brightest of Silicon Valley, I was lucky enough to be part of the personal computer, mobile communications, Internet, and social networking industries.
Among the highlights of my career were early investments in Google and Amazon, and being a mentor to Facebook founder Mark Zuckerberg from to Each new wave of technology increased productivity and access to knowledge.
Each new platform was easier to use and more convenient.
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For unlimited access to Project Syndicate, subscribe now.Regulate social media — just like other media By Anders Åslund, opinion contributor — 10/05/17 AM EDT The views expressed by contributors are their own and not the view of The Hill.
At the World Economic Forum in Davos, the threat from Internet platform monopolies should be a top concern for attendees. For the sake of restoring balance to our lives and hope to our politics, it is time to disrupt the disrupters.
The creator of “Diablo” ranted about Blizzard on a Twitch stream last month, which caught the eye of the game community. Mark Zuckerberg’s Senate testimony, rather than a grilling, turned into a gentle tutorial on social media.
Thomas Hobbes is an Australian uni student hiding out in his mother's basement waiting for the singularity to arrive.
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