Craig Bujnowski

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A Free App And Website That Streamlines Applying To College

In 2012, about 51% of low-income high school graduates were enrolled in a two or four year college, according to the National Center for Education Statistics. (The figure includes grads and people who completed an equivalency degree). That’s compared to about 81% of high-income students.<p>A few years …

The man behind Nike's drive to marry style with tech

When you’re the giant in a market, it’s difficult not to become complacent and stale. In the past few years, Nike has managed to do the exact …

What DNAFit Taught Me About Diet and Exercise

Just two weeks after scraping the inside of my cheek with a swab, bottling it up, and sending it back to a lab in England with a short questionnaire, …

9-1 for the first time since 1948. #DETvsAZ http://t.co/cUEwVcFVFB

5 Signs You're Working Too Much

It’s about more than the number of hours you spend behind your desk<p>Being a workaholic is a badge of honor these days. Sixty-hour weeks and late-night emails are practically a requirement in some industries. But working <i>too</i> much can interfere with your health and happiness, according to a new review …

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People Think Food Made by Responsible Companies is Healthier

Research reveals "health halo" of foods made by socially active companies.<p>A company that's trying to save the world might nonetheless wreck your diet, suggests research published in the <i>Journal of Public Policy & Marketing</i>.<p>The research looked at whether consumers accurately assess the nutritional …

Georgia upped Gurley's insurance

As Georgia running back Todd Gurley was serving a four-game suspension for accepting money for autographs, the University of Georgia spent more money …

Disney, A Mobile Company

In the central corridor of the animation building at Disney Studios there is a gold-leafed cupola hovering directly over a marble inlay of Steamboat Willie, the movie considered to be the debut of Mickey Mouse.<p>If you stand under the dome and speak, you’ll hear your voice reverberate. To everyone …

Congress will probably fail to pass NSA reform, in pursuit of perfection — and Presidential politics

Congress has yet to enact any surveillance reform — more than a year after Edward Snowden revealed the National Security Agency’s mass spying program. As the new Congress convenes for 2015, it appears that the familiar squabbles will prevent meaningful reform yet again.<p>The biggest hope for reform …

According to this hourglass, the flow of time has come to a halt. Shoddy design, or does it know something we don't? http://t.co/zGqmE4ms01

Banking is under attack. Here’s a screenshot of the WellsFargo.com homepage with examples of companies challenging the individual pieces of WF’s business. I’ve done this for their Consumer / Personal...

Always interesting to see how long it takes some apps to update for new software, hardware: http://t.co/cwrxkWGXke

Bernstein microprocessors in relation to PC shipments Nov 2014

Grounded Vindaloop

"Grounded Vindaloop"<p>This episode is currently not available at South Park Studios<p>More options: watch a random episode or pick one from below<p>...or …

'Battlestar Galactica' and 'Knight Rider' creator Glen Larson dies at 77

The man behind many of the biggest TV shows in the ‘70s and ‘80s died yesterday. Writer-producer Glen Larson was responsible for shows such as the original <i>Battlestar Galactica</i>, <i>Six Million Dollar Man</i>, <i>Magnum P.I.</i>, and <i>Knight Rider</i>. He died of esophageal cancer in Santa Monica, California at the age of …

The War Nerd: "Martyrdom" -- What's the Payoff?

If you’re an American, you don’t like the whole idea of “martyrs” much. The first quote you’re likely to think of is George Patton’s great line …

How Taiwan Will Make Its People Think Harder To Stoke The Economy

Anyone can get a degree in Taiwan. The island’s 146 universities graduate as many as 300,000 students per year, with spaces left. Taiwan is unwinding meanwhile from decades of poverty and risky business ventures, with elders widely cautioning their 20-some children against that career track. The …