If ISPs could sell our browsing histories, who’s going to be the biggest loser?

Recently, congress had passed a bill to legalize ISP (internet service providers) to collect and sell their users’ browsing history. Theoretically, anyone can purchase an American’s browsing history for a price in the future if this bill becomes a law.  Fortunately, the FCC (Federal Communications Commission) is still restricted about trading health, financial, social security data, and…

What is the informal economy

Informal economy, underground economy or shadow economy is the term to describe business deals outside of government regulation. The term may seem dark but it has existed since the early civilizations and so does the attempts of government regulation. Politicians are trying their best to eliminate or convert the informal sector into the formal sector through…

MediCare Vs MediCaid Vs ObamaCare

The terms Medicare, Medicaid, and Obamacare are very similar. Most of us know that they are public health insurance, but can’t tell their differences. In a recent survey, about 35% of the respondents don’t know that Obamacare is merely the another name of the Affordable Care Act. The similar naming and the nicknames caused a lot of confusion…

Job Hunting in a Nutshell

Graduated students are entering the workforce after graduation. Many of us spent weeks, months, or even years to land on our first jobs. We experienced rejections, no responses, acceptance, invitations for interview, and some “hilarious” experience we encounter during the job search, or job hunt. The five year experience entry level position Remember the entry…

The Profession of Game Testing (edited)

“I can get paid while having fun and playing a video game before its releases!” And this is usually the expectation of being a game tester. In reality, game testings requires very little skill and it can be done internally within the game development teams or with the team’s friends and family. Big game developers like…