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How social networking sites may discriminate against women

IMAGE: A network effect known as homophily may reduce women’s visibility on social media when recommendation algorithms are added, says a new study. Above, a selfie from study coauthor Ana-Andreea Stoica’s… view more  Credit: Courtesy of Ana-Andreea Stoica Social media and the sharing economy have created new opportunities by leveraging online …

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Taking The Long View On High Performance Networking

April 20, 2018 Timothy Prickett Morgan It is hard to make a profit selling hardware to supercomputing centers, hyperscalers, and cloud builders, all of whom demand the highest performance at the lowest prices. But in the first quarter of this year, network chip, adapter, switch, and cable supplier Mellanox Technologies …

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DreamTeam Introduces Networking to the World of eSports

The eSports industry is currently experiencing an unprecedented level of growth. A market that was once measured in millions, eSports is now a multi-billion dollar enterprise encompassing all areas of the globe. While traditional sports are suffering from falling viewership, the complete opposite is true of eSports. Aggressive projects like …

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Katy Ware and Suzanne Blaustone Women in the Marine Industry networking event Date: Wednesday 4th July Time: 15.30 – 17.00 Registration for this event opens on 1st May at:  Seawork.com/whats-on/women-in-marine-industry Speakers at the Women in the Marine Industry networking event sponsored by Barton Marine:  Katy Ware, Director of Maritime Safety and Standards & Permanent Representative …

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Durban women inspired at networking session

KZN chairwoman of the Women’s Property Network, Queen Mjwara, East Coast Radio’s general manager, Boni Mchunu and Eileen Sammons of Evolve Furniture and Fitout at the networking session. ‘Fall asleep with a dream and wake up with a purpose’ is the motto of the general manager of East Coast Radio, …

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Social networking is like a new and powerful drug

A detail from William Hogarth’s 1751 print Gin Lane: It depicts the squalor and social chaos that was the result of “The Gin Craze” of the early 1700s. From Postmedia files William Hogarth’s 1751 print Gin Lane is one of the most famous pieces of 18th-century English art. It depicts …

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