The Potential of Evergreen News

Useful content that [readers] can refer back to for months or even years to come," is how writer Rachel Deahl defines "evergreen content" in The Balance, March 17: "What is Evergreen Content?" 

It's easy to see the advantages of web content that stays relevant over time and can be optimized by search engines and brought to audiences long after its creation. Such evergreen narratives avoid time and date, data that soon gets...

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Hope and Health Top Cities' Agenda -Newark Conference offers Integrated Urban Strategies

"The most important issue regarding cities is getting people to believe that things can be different," said Carol Coletta, Senior Fellow with the Kresge Foundation's American Cities Practice and luncheon keynote speaker for the second NJ Spotlight on Cities conference in Newark.

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Claude Shannon, "Father of Information Theory," Celebrated at Bell Labs

Two hundred and fifty information theorists, scientists, engineers and researchers from around the world converged at Nokia Bell Labs in Murray Hill last Thursday and Friday to celebrate the centennial of mathematician Claude Shannon...

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