Ketesah Trudeau

Ketesah Trudeau

New Massachusetts tech tax hurts job creation, Pioneer Valley software companies consider court fig...

Gravity Switch - Gravity Switch’s founder, Jason Mark, has written in opposition to the tax and Frank said the company is considering legal action. A full set of rules won’t be completed until October, the state says. Companies were supposed to start collecting the tax on Aug. 1. “We don’t know what we ...

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WYSIWYGs and the end of web design as we know it | Webdesigner Depot

Gravity Switch - Christine Mark is co-founder and lead designer at Gravity Switch, a top agile web development firm in New England. Christine's brain, heart and soul are wired to solve problems of any sort -- whether related to design, branding, messaging, business, marketing, people, and the list ...

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Six ways studying abroad can change your life | Pasco News

University of Massachusetts Amherst - When Victoria Koutris returned from her semester studying abroad in Sydney, exactly where she interned with the Sydney&nbspRabbitohs Rugby Club, she scored an internship with the Boston Bruins followed by another with IMG. Now graduated from University of Massachusetts Amherst, she is an ...

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Spring Arts - Museums: Cerebral pursuits

University of Massachusetts Amherst - Plus, the fourth Philadelphia Science Festival will take place on the Benjamin Franklin Parkway April 25 to May 3. Philadelphia Freedom Festival. The Mann Center for the Performing Arts honors the legacy of O.V. Catto with a festival of concerts, workshops, and panels around the city. A ...

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Amazon deforestation brings loss of microbial communities

Credit: UMass Amherst An international team of microbiologists led by Klaus Nüsslein of the University of Massachusetts Amherst has found that a troubling net loss in diversity among the microbial organisms responsible for a functioning ecosystem is accompanying deforestation in the ...

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UMass Amherst polymer scientists jam nanoparticles, trapping liquids in useful shapes | e! Science N...

UMass Amherst polymer scientists jam nanoparticles, trapping liquids in useful shapes Sharp observation by doctoral student Mengmeng Cui in Thomas Russell's polymer science and engineering laboratory at the University of Massachusetts Amherst recently led her to discover how to ...

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Minimum wage: economist tells why it needs to be raised now

Dr. Arindrajit Dube, a University of Massachusetts Amherst professor who has studied the economic impacts of minimum wage said that if “minimum wage incomes had grown over that period at the same pace as it had for the top 1 percent of income earners, the minimum wage would actually be ...

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First Listen: Neil Young’s ‘Live At The Cellar Door,’ Releasing December 10th | Blogmeyer Guitar Bas...

University of Massachusetts Amherst - Jackson Maxwell is a freshman at the University of Massachusetts Amherst. He is double majoring in history and journalism. He is a staff writer for the Massachusetts Daily Collegian and has his own music blog entitled “Two Dudes, Two Computers” with his friend Zach Newman. You can follow ...

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UMass Amherst prepares for “Blarney Blowout” | WWLP

University of Massachusetts Amherst - I mean of course it’s the thing to do that day,” said Freshman Lonny Geller. Everyone has been warned: Blarney Blowout will have a heavy Amherst police presence this year. “People gather off campus, pretty much almost the whole school. They get together and just this huge outdoor party...

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Brazilian Advocates Raise A Stink Over Poor Sanitation At Ipanema Beach

University of Massachusetts Amherst - "The high concentrations of untreated human waste means there are pathogens and disease-causing organisms in the water," Dr. Casey Brown, a professor of civil and environmental engineering at the University of Massachusetts Amherst, told the AP. "If I were going to take part, I would ...

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