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The Weather Channel’s Revamped Website Goes Social, Tells You When It Will Rain

3 years agoTechnology : TechCrunch

Today, The Weather Channel celebrates its 30th birthday. It will officially feel old at concerts and hot new night clubs. To mark the occasion, the company has revamped their website, weather.com, to keep up with the times. Weather is a very information-based vertical — there isn't a whole lot one can do to spruce it up. But TWC is looking to personalize the experience as much as possible.
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