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One Degree March 24 2021

17 moments in the long, turbulent history of vaccine skepticism

Quick—when did the epidemic of misinformation about vaccines begin? Was it when Jenny McCarthy took to The Oprah Winfrey Show in 2007 to claim that a vaccine caused her son’s autism? Or maybe when the anti-vax movement discovered that social networks such as Facebook and Twitter were a powerful way to amp their message and recruit new members to the cause?


Racialized Canadians 3 times more likely to experience online hate, survey says

Noor Fadel was 18 years old in 2017 when she was hit in the face on the SkyTrain in Vancouver by a man who yelled that he was going to kill her and all Muslims.

Fadel posted about the assault on her social media page, and she said what followed was as traumatizing as the physical attack, if not more so.


9 Mobile Marketing Trends To Watch For in 2021

Few industries have evolved quite as rapidly as mobile marketing. Consumer habits and mobile technologies change fast – businesses need to stay one step ahead of the competition to stay relevant with mobile users. In this article, we’ll share our predictions for the most impactful mobile marketing trends in 2021.


CBRE’s digital strategy aims to ease return-to-office challenges

The COVID-19 outbreak has cast doubt on corporate requirements for real estate, with McKinsey and other consultants speculating that building space needs would shrink as much as 30% worldwide. Yet commercial office space will continue to be critical, even with corporate workers increasingly favoring a hybrid of office and remote work.


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