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Revolving Door Newsletter: 08.08.14
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Wikipedia Improves Social Layer With WikiLove - Posted June 28, 2011
Love what a user is doing on Wikipedia? As early as tomorrow, you'll be able to spread that love much more easily. The Wikimedia Foundation, which runs Wikipedia, announced in a blog post last week that it was testing WikiLove, a new button that simplifies the process sending of "barnstars" and other accolades.... [10,000 Words]

3 Reasons Why You Should Have an Infographic Resume - Posted May 16, 2011
It's commencement season and that means news organizations and companies across the country are being flooded with resumes. Whether you've just graduated or are a more experienced professional, your resume needs to stand out. So why not take a page from Christopher Spurlock's book and create ... [10,000 Words]