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Travel technology is vastly improving, so much so that we cannot keep up! From motorized luggage you can drive in the airport to apps that allow you to check-in for your flights, tech creators are finding more intuitive ways to make traveling easier for jet setters. And their latest venture is your passport. Although it’s not a cumbersome object, it can be stolen or get lost in transit and because of this Condé Nast Traveler reports, De La Rue, the world’s largest passport producer, is on the verge of creating the “paperless passport.” This innovative invention will allow travelers to store their passport within their smartphones and it will work similarly to mobile boarding passes. “Technology is at the forefront of De La Rue’s business, and as you would expect we are always looking at new innovations and technology solutions for our customers around the world….”


The One Job Hunting Trick You’ve Been Neglecting


When you’re looking for a job, anything to give you a leg up on your fellow job seekers is a plus. One thing that could give you an edge are informational interviews. Never heard of them? Well, informational interviews are sort of practice runs with well-established executives. “It’s essentially an opportunity to meet with a professional in your field of interest, chat about their career path, and the field in which they work, and ask for any career advice they have,” reported The Every Girl. But just because the word interview is used doesn’t mean this is an opportunity to try to land a gig. “Informational interviews are not job interviews,” explained Jon Minners, senior marketing manager and career expert with, a career intelligence site. “They are an opportunity for a job seeker to pick the brain of an executive who may be able to offer insights into how they may fix their resume, gain experience or reach out to certain people to advance their careers.”


Chadwick Boseman: The Black Panther Is Not A “Magical Negro”

"Man Of Steel" World Premiere - Outside Arrivals

Chadwick Boseman gave a regal aura to the character T’Challa, better known as the Black Panther, in Marvel’s Captain America: Civil War film and nearly stole the show. Over the weekend, Boseman talked in grand detail about the Black Panther’s significance to fans and how he doesn’t view the character as a so-called “magical negro.” Boseman sat down with i09 during this past weekend’s Comic-Con in San Diego and shared his excitement in taking on the Black Panther role and the universal appeal of the role. However, Boseman showed a level of awareness about playing a Black man on a large major studio stage and stated that T’Challa is a fully-realized entity on his own and does not exist to mystically serve the needs of the white lead co-stars…


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