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April 2015
Dismissed by many as a cheap ratings stunt playing to the lowest common reality-show denominator, “Bruce Jenner: The Interview” on ABC’s 20/20 drew over 17 million viewers, registering the largest audience for a non-sports Friday night broadcast in 13 years. It appears to have been one of those moments so rare in today’s fragmented media...
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There’s been a lot of chatter on how Twitter can increase active members ever since Instagram surpassed Twitter in monthly users in December. Twitter and Instagram are two very different platforms. Twitter is a social networking site that is facilitates communications between users and their followers through tweets. Instagram primarily uses photo and video sharing...
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Americans are no longer flocking to the suburbs. Previous generations aimed for the suburban dream of a cookie-cutter four bedroom home and a minivan. The Millennial generation wants to keep an exciting urban lifestyle. What makes city living so appealing to Millennials? As a Millennial, I enjoy the convenience of public transportation and value walkability....
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Boston lost a great builder earlier this month with the passing of Norman B. Leventhal. He not only built iconic landmarks that dramatically changed Boston's skyline—including Center Plaza, Rowes Wharf and 75 State Street—but he also built some of the city's most important philanthropic and service organizations. From The Leventhal-Sidman JCC to Jewish Community Housing...
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April 21, 2015 marks the day that the world’s largest search giant Google is making some pretty significant changes to its algorithm – some are calling it ‘mobilegeddon’. The update, which Google announced back in February, is designed to penalize sites that have not been deemed “mobile-friendly”. About 60% of online traffic now comes from mobile...
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With the 2016 Presidential Election more than 500 days away, things are starting to heat up. Yes, really. With four announced candidates, the horse race coverage has begun and everything candidates say or do will be scrutinized. As digital and social media become more and more popular, campaigns have put a large focus on their...
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A booming real estate trend, especially in Boston, is mixed-use developments. These developments often include residential, retail, and office space. These spaces seem like a great “next step” living arrangement for recent graduates and young professionals who still desire the amenities of a college dormitory: fitness center, security, and dining options in the building. However,...
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Red Sox newcomers Hanley Ramirez and Pablo Sandoval will make their home-field debuts this week as beloved Fenway Park opens for the first time in 2015. The two All-Stars, however, will not be the only important additions to the team this season. In an effort to provide more resources and support for its players, the...
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Last night, my colleague Kelly Smith and I had the pleasure of attending the final round of the MIT Center for Real Estate Alumni Association’s Sixth Annual “The CASE” International Real Estate Development Competition. Participants were given less than a week to complete a comprehensive proposal to acquire and redevelop a site located in the...
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The launch of HBO NOW means two things. First, and most obvious, HBO programming is now available to a wider audience and can subscribed to without a cable package. Second, and possibly most impactful, there is now one less reason to have a cable package. HBO NOW joins the growing list of streaming services –...
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