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Joseph Cortez

Having been born and raised in Tampa, Joseph takes a more personal approach when writing about city news. Although he covers all of the most important topics, he also provides readers with insight about some of the city’s lesser known ventures, whether it consists of information on restaurants, events, or local sites. Readers always know they can learn something new about Tampa Bay through Joseph’s blogs and articles. From a very early age, Joseph was interested in writing. Following in his father’s footsteps, who taught journalism at a top university, Joseph attended an elite college earning a degree in business and journalism. Today, he focuses on researching and perfecting work for his loyal readers but also spends quality time with his wife and two sons.

KickAss Torrents taken down after alleged owner arrested in Poland

The United States Justice Department has successfully apprehended the mastermind behind the well known piracy torrent website, KickAss. KickAss can be stated as one of the largest and the most notorious BitTorent websites that was operating till date. According to the report, Artem Vaulin, a 30 year old individual, the owner and the operator of KickAss was arrested in Poland ...

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Sharks sighted near Coney Island

Shark sighting along the beach of Coney Island has led to the temporary shutdown of the beach. According to the reports, sharks have been seen in certain part of the long stretch of the beaches in Coney Islands. The sightings took place on Tuesday morning and the beaches were immediately shutdown due to precautionary measures. According to Crystal Howard, Parks ...

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Brazil blocks Whatsapp; Back online again, thanks to Supreme Court’s swift action

Update: Supreme Court acted swiftly and rejected the government’s blocking of WhatsApp messenger in Brazil. The official statement by WhatsApp added below: “We’re pleased that people can access WhatsApp again in Brazil. The Supreme Court swiftly rejected today’s block, finding that it was disproportionate and violated people’s fundamental freedom of expression. In his decision, the chief justice stressed how people ...

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3 alternatives to Prisma photo editing app

While Prisma Photo editing app is creating a massive fan following amidst the smartphone users, there are many other photo editing apps that will take your breath away. There is no doubt of the fact that the Prisma photo editing app has brought in quite some attention owing to the speciality. Prisma photo editing app will let you edit your ...

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2017 Infiniti QX30: an excellent crossover car

Infiniti QX30 is making the news with the wonderful features that it has brought in for the people of the United States. The Infiniti QX30 can be taken as a cross product of the deal between Renault – Nissan with Mercedes – Benz. The Infiniti QX30 clearly has all the prints of the Class A and the GLA models. The ...

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Climate Change, Global Warming resulting in sea level rise

Climate Change is one of most important and controversial topic that faces the humans today. There is no doubt of the fact sea level rise is on; and one of the primary responsible factors for the same is Global Warming. What is frightening is the belief that is setting down for climate change amidst most of the experts. With the ...

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2017 Nissan Leaf to be better than Tesla Model S

Nissan Leaf is one of the few cars that have taken quite a bit of blow in sales owing to Tesla Model S and Chevy Bolt. Well, it seems that Nissan is gearing up to comeback with a reply for Tesla Model S and Chevy Bolt with its new 2017 Nissan Leaf. Initially the rumors came up stating that the ...

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