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Best MCAT Prep Books

Are you searching for the best MCAT preparation books and materials for 2016? Take a look at our hand-picked list of the Top 8 best MCAT text books and read reviews on why we believe these study guides are the best for learning the MCAT.

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Google might be planning some big changes for Chromebooks.

Google might be planning some big changes for Chromebooks. Google programs to merge Chrome OS, the operating-system that works on Chromebooks, and Google android, according to a new record in The Wall structure Street Journal. Chromebooks would get a fresh name, which includes not been decided, according to the Journal, and an Android-based operating system. […]

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How do I delete a Google calendar?

Google Calendar: How do I delete a Google calendar? Follow these steps to delete a calendar from your calendar list: Navigate to https://calendar.google.com/. Click the “Calendar” hyperlink and get on your account. Click on the drop-down arrow next to “My calendars” in the sidebar. Choose “Configurations” from the ensuing list. Click “Delete” next to the […]

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Personalized Content is Now Evil

Last week, Nicholas Kristof wrote in the New York Times that when we go online, “each of us is our own editor, our own gatekeeper. We select the kind of news and opinions that we care most about.” This, apparently, is a bad thing, as it insulates us in our own “hermetically sealed political chambers.” […]

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