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28-Year-Old Creates App that Lets You Take Back Text Messages

There have been ongoing programs and initiatives set in place to close the STEM gender gap.

Two Years to Live the Dream is Not Enough: A Brief Reflection on What’s Happened and What’s Next for Tech and DACA-mented Leaders Working Together Towards Immigration Reform

Having just celebrated Immigrant Heritage Month and our nation’s independence, it is imperative we think about

Pakistani victims of US drone attack to appear before Congress, despite setbacks

A Pakistani school teacher and his children will be the first drone victims to testify before

Creating Conversation Through Inequality Townhall

By Avinash Kumar and Amit Sengupta “All countries in the world have inequalities of various kinds.

Tansa Clean Thinks the Future is Shit

There are 377 million Indians who live in India’s cities and then, there are the big

UK jumps up internet scoreboard as digital divide grows

The UK has moved up the UN’s net-connectivity table, leapfrogging Hong Kong and Japan to take

Let’s Take the Phone Stacking Game One Step Further: Ban the Meal Shot

I wrote about the 10 rules I would make for all parents if I were queen

HOW SOCIAL MEDIA ACCELERATED THE UPRISING IN EGYPT

DID TWITTER, FACEBOOK, AND YOUTUBE SEND PEOPLE OUT INTO THE STREETS? OF COURSE NOT. DID THEY

#GenYNot + Social Good Segment : 9/4

GenYNot hosted a special show in partnership with Plus Social Good and the United Nations Foundation.

Do Something Tells Apple : Diversify Your Emoji’s

Of the 800+ Emojis, only two are people of color. Let’s tell Apple that we want

Educate To Innovate: 5 STEM Programs For Young Black Men

via Huffington Post  —Reporting by Janelle Rucker When it comes to exposing youth to science, technology,

Yet another way to retrieve deleted Snapchat photos

It’s becoming an almost daily ritual to hear about another way Snapchat does not actually delete photos or videos, but here’s a new

Elon Musk and Google Should Purchase and Transform a Bankrupt Detroit

via PolicyMic During a Q&A session this May, Google co-founder Larry Page stated that he believed an area