Why hasn’t the U.S. had more Japanese fashion influence? The answer is simple: lack of availability, especially online.
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National Louis University is offering a coupon for 60% off a three-credit class in their graduate teaching program. This marks the first time an academic institution is set to offer a discount on education.
On August 19, Irene made her first debut on Twitter with the handle, “Hurricane_Irene.” But as the hurricane got literally and socially sassier, can we really get information from a fake handle?
Once you’re suckered in, how can the addiction be broken? Is it too late to turn back?
Polyvore is an online community that allows users to pick from thousands upon thousands of cutouts of clothing and accessories to create magazine layouts, sets, editorials, and collections.
Spotify has landed in the U.S. and we might not ever be the same. The desktop music streaming program is like an incredible love child of iTunes, Pandora, and Grooveshark.
The stock market simulation site is one part game, one part social network.
Klout, and other similar products, tell you just how much you deserve, based on how much influence you have.
It takes time and a little love to see which desktop app works for you, and there are tons to choose from. Here are some of the best out there.
From the threads and music to your college major and apartment, here’s what you need to know to attain hipster status.