Daily Archive: Saturday, February 18, 2017

Social Networks: Impact on Users’ Everyday Living

Lately social networks turn out to be more and more popular. With their progress they begin to influence all of spheres of people’s everyday life. The results of various studies state that a 1 / 2 of the on-line world has already been covered by social networks. The concept of social networks was invented long

‘Genderqueer’ Students ‘Excluded’ from Valentine’s Day Matchmaking Service

Harvard University in Cambridge, Mass.  (AP)  Controversy erupted at Harvard University this week after Datamatch, the university’s annual Valentine’s Day matchmaking service, featured “restrictive gender choices,” according to The Harvard Crimson. Students were “forced” to choose “male or female without offering options for genderqueer or gender non-conforming students.”  Created by the Harvard Computer Society, Datamatch

SMC to start house numbering for easy identification

The Srinagar Municipal Corporation (SMC) has decided to kickstart an exercise to issue proper house numbers in the summer capital in a bid to ensure exact identification and location of residential houses in various localities under the National Family Welfare Programme. SMC spokesperson in a statement said initially, a survey and the installation of these