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Net Neutrality—Score One for the Little Guy

As of June 2015, new government regulations took effect to help restore what has commonly become known as net neutrality—or equal access to the Internet.

Retail Spotlight: H&H Classic Parts

Initially a one-man operation run by Herman Smith, H&H Classic Parts opened its doors in September 1987, and has since grown in size by 300%.

Windows 10—An Open Apology to Millions of PC Users

Due for release later this summer, Windows 10 is Microsoft’s make-good for mouse-and-keyboard users across the country.

Who’s Buying What in Today’s Hot Rod Market?

The automotive aftermarket owes quite a bit to hot rodders.

Meet SEMA’s “Car Guys” in Congress

The Congressional Automotive Performance and Motorsports Caucus was formed to pay tribute to America’s love affair with automobiles and motorsports.

SEMA Heritage: Mr. Supercharger

The next big fad is GMC superchargers,” wrote LeRoi “Tex” Smith in the June 1964 issue of Rod & Custom magazine.

SEMA News Needs Your Help: Spotlight Young Innovators

SEMA News will honor 35 young innovators in a special “35 Under 35” feature slated for the September issue.

Best Practices to Deter Internet Criminals

With the amount of information transferred and transactions conducted on the Internet daily, opportunities for modern criminals are greater than ever.

SEMA News Needs Your Help: Spotlight Young Innovators

SEMA News will honor 35 young innovators in a special “35 Under 35” feature slated for the September issue.

SEMA Heritage—Car Craft Photo Tips From ’64

The equipment may have changed, but many of the tips laid out in this October 1964 issue of Car Craft magazine are still worthwhile for anyone interested in taking better pictures of their cars.
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