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Labor Day

Labor Day was first recognized as a federal holiday in 1894. When the labor movement had started in earnest in the 1870s, Frederick Douglass had written about its "folly, tyranny, and wickedness," since many unions accepted white members only. Not to be deterred, many black tradesmen and workingmen organized their own unions, such as this group of Jacksonville bricklayers pictured around 1899.

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Microsoft shakes things up

Microsoft CEO Satya Nadella states, "...we made the decision to evolve the Windows business model. Now, Windows licenses are $0 for any OEM building a device less than 9 inches. We also added a low cost Windows offering with Bing integration for OEM. This new offering combine with lower hardware spec means OEMs will bring a fantastic line up of value based notebooks and tablets to the markets this holiday."

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July 4th

We hope everyone is having a happy and safe 4th of July!

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