Why Isn’t LinkedIn Blocked in China

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IN CASE YOU MISSED IT: 

China-Internet-LinkedInThe Chinese government blocks most of the world’s major social media sites — Twitter and Facebook, among others. It even restricts Internet users’ access to Slideshare. But not LinkedIn. It seems China knows the network has much to offer the Middle Kingdom. Enough to, apparently, permit unrestricted site access. For more on this story, click here!

redditor

It’s been more than 16 months since the most recent issue of popular, unofficial Reddit Magazine, The Redditor, hit the digital newsstands. And for its talented creators and thousands of fans, that’s been too long. In August, the eighth edition of the magazine will be released, according to a post from its original creators, KILLTHEREDDITOR and ohblair, Monday Night. Click here  to read more!

 

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The world is on baby watch as Kate Middleton’s due date looms. Media stepladders have been in place for days, hoping to snap the first pics of the royal baby. People have placed serious bets on the gender and name. They’ve even voiced concerns about what will happen to Lupowhen he’s no longer the “only child” of the duke and duchess of Cambridge. More on this story here.

 

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