The term “digital divide” was first coined in 2001 by political scientists to describe how uneven access to the internet would create a population of left-behind “information have-nots.” Fifteen years later, the focus for technologists – whether they originate from the White House, Silicon Valley, or grassroots initiatives like Albany Can Code – isn’t on increasing the diversity of people who have access to the internet; it’s on increasing diversity among those who have jobs in the tech sector.
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By Sean Harper, co-founder of TSS-Radio.
I own, invest in and run several e-commerce businesses. As such, credit card fees are a big deal for me. That said, after taking a few serious financial lumps, I learned some tricks when it comes to shopping for credit card processing.