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Tuesday, November 12, 2019

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Disney+ suffers technical errors on launch day

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cnbc.com - Disney+ appears to have been hit by some technical errors just a few hours into its official launch on Tuesday. Some users who rushed to download Disney's new streaming service were met with an unfor…

Tesla beats BMW and Audi in their home turf to capture Midsize Car of the Year award

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teslarati.com - In what could only be considered an unexpected win, the Tesla Model 3 was able to beat the BMW 3 Series and the Audi A3 as Germany’s Midsize Car of the Year at the Golden Steering Wheel Awards. The a…

5 Ways to Repurpose Facebook Live Videos

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inc.com - Delivering a live video brings a whole bunch of benefits. You get a direct relationship with your audience: they're right there with you, making the broadcast feel as personal as a phone call. The au…

Why hiding 'like' counts on Instagram addresses absolutely nothing

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adage.com - After Instagram tested making “likes” private in seven other countries this year, the company’s CEO Adam Mosseri announced that, starting this week, a “small portion” of its U.S. users will be rolled…

Facebook is secretly using your iPhone's camera as you scroll your feed

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thenextweb.com - iPhone owners, beware. It appears Facebook might be actively using your camera without your knowledge while you’re scrolling your feed. The issue has come to light after a user going by the name Josh…

What's New?

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get.todoist.help - Over the last two years, the Todoist team has been meticulously rebuilding Todoist’s foundation to help you get things done in a faster, more intuitive, and more reliable way. And it’s finally time t…

6 Steps To Get You Closer to an ADA Compliant Website

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redstage.com - Most Amazon Prime members make an online purchase once per week, and plaintiff lawyers are delivering ADA-compliance lawsuits even faster. The Supreme Court is showing no remorse for companies whose …

Dealmaster: Get a year of Disney+ for free if you’re a Verizon Wireless user

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arstechnica.com - Greetings, Arsians! The Dealmaster is back once again with a new round of deals and price drops. Today's list is headlined by a quick PSA for those who subscribe to a Verizon unlimited data plan or p…

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followme4.blogspot.com - TECHNOLOGY AND MORE! McAfee: Live and in Exile! - The Bad Crypto Podcast Shared by Joel Comm badcryptopodcast.com - It was way back on episode #100 that we first encountered John McAfee. It was… inte…

Dutch court orders Facebook to ban celebrity crypto scam ads after another lawsuit – TechCrunch

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techcrunch.com - A Dutch court has ruled that Facebook can be required to use filter technologies to identify and pre-emptively take down fake ads linked to crypto currency scams that carry the image of a media perso…

Robot appendage "grows" like a plant

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boingboing.net - Greg Olijnyk works as a 2D graphic designer, but his hobby is creating unbelievably wonderful 3D science fictional cardboard sculptures that sport motors and lights that animate them (some use photov…

How does Plume get all these ISP partnerships? Open source software

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arstechnica.com - This is the most basic overview of what OpenSync is and where it fits in a network diagram—it's a bridge from Wi-Fi devices to a cloud-based management and control system. This slightly more detailed…

Dealmaster: A number of early Black Friday tech deals available today

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arstechnica.com - Greetings, Arsians! The Dealmaster is checking in for a special weekend edition of our deals roundup, since several early Black Friday deals on tech gadgets and gear are currently available at retail…

Comcast is trying to “dismantle” Civil Rights Act of 1866, MLK’s daughter says

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arstechnica.com - As a case involving Comcast and an African American-owned TV network operator heads to the US Supreme Court, a daughter of Martin Luther King Jr. has accused Comcast of trying to "dismantle" the Civi…

World of Warcraft: Shadowlands impressions: Leveling alts is about to get a lot more fun

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arstechnica.com - World of Warcraft: Shadowlands marks the eighth major expansion pack for the storied MMO. Judging from a half-hour playing it at BlizzCon this year, it seems like a natural evolution of modern WoW th…

Amazon gains unfair edge by making sellers use its shipping, complaint says

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arstechnica.com - Amazon has come quite a way from when it was just an online bookstore, but it still operates a booming retail business among all its other ventures. A majority of the retail products sold on Amazon a…

Twitch publicly launches its free broadcasting software, Twitch Studio – TechCrunch

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techcrunch.com - Twitch today publicly launched Twitch Studio, its new software designed to help new streamers get started broadcasting. The idea behind the app is to make it simple for someone new to the space to ge…

Disney+ says it’s working to ‘quickly resolve’ its launch day streaming issues – TechCrunch

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techcrunch.com - Disney+ has officially launched in the U.S.…and it’s struggling under the load. As is often the case with new streaming services, launch days bugs and crashes are today plaguing Disney+. This morning…

Snapchat Spectacles 3 review: Pretty, pricey – TechCrunch

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techcrunch.com - No one’s going to pay $380 for decent point-of-view video glasses and some trippy filters. But that’s kind of the point of Snapchat Spectacles 3. They’re merely a stepping stone toward true augmented…

Lawyers hate timekeeping. Ping raises $13M to fix it with AI – TechCrunch

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techcrunch.com - Counting billable time in six minute increments is the most annoying part of being a lawyer. It’s a distracting waste. It leads law firms to conservatively under-bill. And it leaves lawyers stuck man…

Where LA’s top consumer VCs are looking to invest – TechCrunch

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techcrunch.com - From a geographical perspective, the San Francisco Bay Area and Los Angeles startup ecosystems are no longer separated by a few hundred miles. Top-tier VCs from SF visit LA regularly, and entrepreneu…

Instagram Stories launches TikTok clone Reels in Brazil – TechCrunch

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techcrunch.com - Instagram is launching a video-music remix feature to finally fight back against Chinese social rival TikTok. Instagram Reels lets you make 15-second video clips set to music and share them as Storie…

S’More is a new dating app that looks to suspend physical attraction for something more – TechCrunch

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techcrunch.com - According to former Chappy Managing Director Adam Cohen Aslatei, “something more” is one of the most common pieces of feedback that dating apps get from their users. That’s where S’More comes in. S’M…

Chinese EV startup Xpeng Motors raises $400 million, takes on Xiaomi as strategic investor – TechCrunch

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techcrunch.com - Xpeng Motors, the Chinese electric vehicle startup backed by Alibaba and Foxconn, has raised a fresh injection of $400 million in capital and has taken on Xiaomi as a strategic investor, the company …

Mozilla partners with Intel, Red Hat and Fastly to take WebAssembly beyond the browser – TechCrunch

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techcrunch.com - Mozilla, Intel, Red Hat and Fastly today announced the launch of the Bytecode Alliance, a new open-source group that focuses on “creating new software foundations, building on standards such as WebAs…

Review: Samsung’s Space Monitor is handsome and minimal — if you have the desk for it – TechCrunch

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techcrunch.com - When Samsung announced the Space Monitor, I knew in an instant that it was going to be something I had to try out in person. Now that I’ve had time to do so, I’m happy to say it’s much as advertised,…

Only four days left to buy early-bird passes to Disrupt Berlin 2019 – TechCrunch

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techcrunch.com - Last week, we extended the early-bird pricing on passes to Disrupt Berlin 2019 until 15 November at 11:59 p.m. (CEST). Consider it distinctly non-divine intervention from Expeditus, the patron saint …

Minecraft Earth is live, so get tapping – TechCrunch

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techcrunch.com - Microsoft’s big experiment in real-world augmented reality gaming, Minecraft Earth, is live now for players in North America, the U.K., and a number of other areas. The pocket-size AR game lets you c…

Whoop, the sports tech and analytics company that makes discreet wearables, raises $55M – TechCrunch

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techcrunch.com - On the heels of Google buying Fitbit for $2.1 billion, another player in wearables and health technology has picked up a big round of growth funding to continue expanding its business. Whoop, which m…

Uploadcare raises $1.7M for its CDN platform – TechCrunch

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techcrunch.com - Uploadcare, a startup that aims to make using CDN platforms cheaper and easier for businesses, today announced that it has raised a $1.7 million seed round led by Runa Capital and Vendep Capital, wit…

Google’s CallJoy phone agent for small businesses gets smarter, more conversational – TechCrunch

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techcrunch.com - Earlier this year, Google’s in-house incubator launched CallJoy, a virtual customer service phone agent for small businesses that could block spammers, answer calls, provide callers with basic busine…

Tesla announces its next car factory will be near Berlin

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arstechnica.com - Tesla's next "Gigafactory" will be in the Berlin area, Elon Musk announced at an event in Germany on Tuesday evening. Techcrunch's Kirsten Korosec reports that Musk made the comments during an on-sta…

Evolution, not revolution, for the new 2020 Porsche 911 Carrera S

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arstechnica.com - The 2020 Porsche 911 Carerra S is the eighth-generation 911. Internally, and to porschephiles, it's called the 992. Confusingly, we've already had a 993, a 996, and a 997. But the previous generation…

Tesla shows off Chinese-made Model 3s ahead of Shanghai factory start

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arstechnica.com - Tesla is famous for missing deadlines, but the company's Shanghai factory, dubbed Gigafactory 3, seems to be on schedule. Tesla broke ground on the facility in January. Now media reports indicate tha…

Two years later, Apple’s AR/VR headset plans reportedly delayed two years

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arstechnica.com - Apple's perpetually three-or-more-years-away headset plans have "a focus on gaming, watching video and virtual meetings," Bloomberg reports, and now include a new 3D sensor that builds off of Apple's…

High demand causes login problems on Disney+ launch day

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arstechnica.com - Disney's new streaming service is straining under the load as users rush to log in to the highly anticipated service on its US launch day. Frustrated users took to social media to complain about seei…

4 Ways to Make Time Your Most Important Business Resource

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entrepreneur.com - The following excerpt is from Napoleon Hill’s Success Masters. Buy it now from Amazon | Barnes & Noble | Apple Books | IndieBound Despite the heavy focus on profitability or the strength of your huma…

Mobile App Website Inspiration: 20 Application Websites And Tips To Design One | Webdesigner Depot

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webdesignerdepot.com - App websites are sometimes neglected by app owners. The owners or developers set up everything in place for the app to go ballistic on the market, except doing the basic marketing step: designing an …

How To Stop Analysis Paralysis With Design — Smashing Magazine

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smashingmagazine.com - Suzanne Scacca is a former WordPress implementer, trainer and agency manager who now works as a freelance copywriter. She specializes in crafting marketing, web … More about Suzanne Scacca … Upgrade …

Thrive Leads, OptinMonster, or Bloom Email Optin Plugins - Best One?

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winningwp.com - OptinMonster, Bloom, and Thrive Leads. When it comes to growing your email list, these three commercial plugins are the main players in the WordPress ecosystem. Which is the best? Well, unfortunately…

Favicon Examples, Best Practices and Techniques

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designshack.net - Do you ever pay attention to those tiny icons at the tops of browser tabs? How about when you save a shortcut to a website or page online? Those tiny images, or favicons, are designed especially for …

The World Needs Twice as Many Cybersecurity Pros, Report Says

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nextgov.com - Demand for cyber expertise is skyrocketing across the U.S. as more organizations start prioritizing their digital security, but today there are only enough cybersecurity pros to fill about 60 percent…

The joy of elderly people doing the Thriller dance

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boingboing.net - Inspired by an illustration of the Notorious B.I.G. by Adam Rosenlund: Rafael Phillips created the Notorious MODOK: He has since made it available in a gray version: View this post on Instagram Takin…

Microsoft begins the official rollout of Windows 10 1909 | ZDNet

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zdnet.com - Microsoft is kicking off the official rollout of Windows 10 1909, the Windows 10 November 2019 feature update today, November 12. The timing isn't surprising, given today is Patch Tuesday, which tend…

Here’s how to get Disney Plus for free—or at a cheaper rate in a bundle

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fastcompany.com - Update Tuesday, 7:40 a.m. ET: advertisement Now that Disney+ has officially launched, it’s worth noting that Disney is offering a free week trial. You can watch a lot of Disney content in seven days.…

Instagram is testing a new video editing tool called Reels that copies TikTok’s best features

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theverge.com - Instagram has launched a new video editing tool in Brazil that copies some of the best-known features of TikTok. As reported by TechCrunch and Variety, the tool is called Reels and is available on bo…

Why You’re Not Getting Interviews: 4 Reasons Your Résumé Is Rejected

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forbes.com - Getty You’ve applied online and now you’re just waiting. Wondering. Just how long is this going to take? It looks like you’re a good fit for the gig. You’ve got the education and experience. But you’…

Walmart Onn tablets on Android Pie receive TWRP support

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androidcommunity.com - Remember the Walmart Onn Android tablets that launched in May? Those two are very affordable tablets with sub $100 price tags. The 8-inch Onn Android Tablet costs $79. The bigger Onn 10.1-inch 16GB A…

Google Stadia games available at launch listed here

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androidcommunity.com - Google Stadia is becoming a reality soon. From being introduced as a cheat-proof and cloud-based video game platform to having the Stadia controller up for pre-order on the Google Store back in June,…

Google will identify fast and slow sites on Chrome

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androidcommunity.com - When you’re visiting a website on your Chrome browser, sometimes you have to wonder if the site itself is slow or if it’s your internet connection that’s lagging. Google is now working on a plan that…

MIUI 11 update to bring app drawer to Xiaomi, Redmi phones

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androidcommunity.com - The MIUI 11 is almost here for most Xiaomi devices. It has been redesigned for the new era with several features and enhancements. The first devices to get the update include the Mi 6 and the Redmi K…

Facebook will soon let you remove tabs, red dots you don’t need

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androidcommunity.com - If you’ve been using Facebook for a long time (and for more hours in a day than you should), you already know what places you visit and what features you use. But it seems that the social media giant…

Why Influence Matters…or Does It? – Carrie Wilkerson

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carriewilkerson.com - If you have something to say, you need influence to be heard. We all have something to say. Whether you’re an entrepreneur, a service provider or the CEO of a seven-figure corporation, you’ve got som…

Amazon Quietly Unveils Alexa-Based Home Theater Solution - Thurrott.com

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thurrott.com - Amazon is allowing users of its FireTV and Echo products to combine them and create a home theater solution. It’s exactly what I wished that Google would do with Chromecast Ultra and its Google Home …

Updates for Windows 10 Pro can help businesses work even smarter | Windows Experience Blog

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blogs.windows.com - Along with Tuesday’s release of the Windows 10 November 2019 Update, small and medium-sized businesses can find updates for Windows 10 Pro, which includes ways for IT pros and business owners to bett…

How to Make a Difference in a World That’s Changing Faster than Ever

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thindifference.com - I graduated college in 2010 with a degree in Corporate Communications. Less than a decade later, a majority of the tactics I learned are nearly outdated. I don’t bring this up to knock the higher edu…

Google’s average position sunset: Are you set up for the transition?

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searchenginewatch.com - On September 30th, Google turned off average position as a metric for search campaigns and now requires advertisers to transition to new impression share and impression rate tools. The news was first…

USA Today: Accidents and Chemical Spills Plague Tesla Factory | Breitbart

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breitbart.com - USA Today recently published an article outlining the conditions that Tesla employees work in at the electric car manufacturers’ production facilities. The article initially discusses a 24-year-old T…

Coal Exec Don Blankenship Enters Presidential Race

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newsmax.com - Taking aim at President Donald Trump, former coal executive Don Blankenship has launched a 2020 presidential campaign as a Constitution Party candidate. "President Trump means well, but he simply can…

Gerd Leonhard: «Vi spiego perché l’uomo ringrazierà i robot» - Lettera43

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lettera43.it - Un mondo senza auto a carburante e call center. Dove lavorare da indipendenti per tre ore al giorno, mantenuti da un reddito minimo di base, garantito dagli introiti statali di energie potenzialmente…

How to Create a YouTube Sales Funnel

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socialmediaexaminer.com - Want more customers from YouTube? Wondering what types of YouTube videos you need to make? In this article, you’ll discover different types of videos to create for a YouTube sales funnel. Building a …

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What if our clothes could sequester carbon? This raincoat does

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fastcompany.com - Charlotte McCurdy has a telling phrase for the things she creates in her practice. They are “charismatic objects,” she says, that “let people talk and think.” advertisement advertisement McCurdy is a…

Study Finds Free Internet Access Should Be a Basic Human Right

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scitechdaily.com - Free internet access must be considered as a human right, as people unable to get online – particularly in developing countries – lack meaningful ways to influence the global players shaping their ev…

Catching Up On The Latest In IoT Intelligence, 2019

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forbes.com - These and many other fascinating insights are from Dresner Advisory Associates’ 2019 Edition of IoT Intelligence® Market Study now in its 5th year of publication. Internet of Things, or IoT, is defin…

The world finally has an approved vaccine against Ebola

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arstechnica.com - Regulators in Europe have granted the world's first approval of a vaccine against Ebola—and health officials are wasting no time in rolling it out. The European Commission announced at the start of t…

The AI stack that’s changing retail personalization – TechCrunch

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techcrunch.com - Consumer expectations are higher than ever as a new generation of shoppers look to shop for experiences rather than commodities. They expect instant and highly-tailored (pun intended?) customer servi…

UCLA now has the first zero-emission, all-electric mobile surgical instrument lab – TechCrunch

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techcrunch.com - Electrification in the automotive industry isn’t just about consumer cars: There are plenty of commercial and specialist vehicles that are prime candidates for EVs, including in the healthcare indust…

A new security flaw hits Intel’s Cascade Lake chips – TechCrunch

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techcrunch.com - Time to reset your “days since last major chip vulnerability” counter back to zero. Security researchers have found another flaw in Intel processors — this time it’s a new variant of the Zombieload a…

Formlabs is making a 3D printer just for dentists – TechCrunch

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techcrunch.com - Back at CES this year, we talked with 3D-printer maker Formlabs about its early experimentation in using its printers to make dentures faster and more affordably than existing alternatives. A few mon…

No one knows how effective digital therapies are, but a new tool from Elektra Labs aims to change that – TechCrunch

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techcrunch.com - Depending on which study you believe, the wearable and digital health market could be worth anywhere from $30 billion to nearly $90 billion in the next six years. If the numbers around the size of th…

[New Research] How has Blogging Changed? 5 Years of Blogging Statistics, Data and Trends | Orbit Media Studios

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orbitmedia.com - Five years ago on a summer day, we set out to learn more about this thing called blogging. We made a little survey, did a lot of outreach and eventually got 1000 bloggers to respond. You are now read…

Why Likable Leaders Seem More Effective

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hbr.org - In late 2007, one of us, Charn, found himself in Camp Buehring, Kuwait, preparing to fly a Kiowa Warrior helicopter over the Iraqi border. Kuwait is a stopover where U.S. soldiers finish all required…

SpaceX adds five dozen more Starlink satellites to burgeoning constellation

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arstechnica.com - A Falcon 9 rocket launched into space on Monday morning. This was the fourth time this rocket's first stage has flown. The Falcon 9 rocket is seen on Sunday, before going vertical at Space Launch Com…

Limits, schlimits: It’s time to rethink how we teach calculus

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arstechnica.com - Calculus has a formidable reputation as being difficult and/or unpleasant, but it doesn't have to be. Bringing humor and a sense of play to the topic can go a long way toward demystifying it. That's …

EPA still moving to limit science used to support regulations

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arstechnica.com - Former Texas Congressman Lamar Smith may have retired in January, but his ideas are still stalking the halls of the US Environmental Protection Agency. The New York Times reported Monday that the lat…

Google has access to detailed health records on tens of millions of Americans

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arstechnica.com - Google quietly partnered last year with Ascension—the country's second-largest health system—and has since gained access to detailed medical records on tens of millions of Americans, according to a N…

Watch this beautifully disgusting liver fluke parasite explore man’s innards

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arstechnica.com - Doctors in California found a throng of flatworm parasites overrunning a man’s innards—and they caught one of the little beasts on a horrifying video. The case began innocently enough: a 40-year-old …

Earth’s core too hot ‘n heavy for oxygen, but may have rusty coating

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arstechnica.com - We live on the most comfortable of planets. It may not be too visible, but the Earth's magnetic field plays a critical role in maintaining that comfort. The remaining rocky planets in our Solar Syste…

Partisan differences show up in reasons why Americans support NASA

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arstechnica.com - Almost two-thirds of Americans agree that the space program's costs are justified. And fewer think that NASA's budget should be reduced or abolished than at any time since 1986. Those were two of the…

A new paper concludes that hurricane damage is increasing

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arstechnica.com - Hurricanes are fed by warm ocean waters, so it's expected that we'll see larger, more dangerous storms as the planet continues to heat up due to climate change. These storms also have a major economi…

Google: You can trust us with the medical data you didn’t know we already had

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arstechnica.com - Google now has access to detailed medical records on tens of millions of Americans, but the company promises it won't mix that medical data with any of the other data Google collects on consumers who…

IDEX Claims Creation of 'Infinite Scaling Solution for Ethereum'

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cointelegraph.com - IDEX, the decentralized exchange (DEX) responsible for over 40% of all DEX transactions, claims to have created an “infinite scaling solution” for the Ethereum network. In an email sent to Cointelegr…

A Touch of Neon in Web Design: Using Color to Draw a User's Attention

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speckyboy.com - Color is one of the most powerful tools in website design, especially when it comes to manipulating reading flow. As a rule, the standard reading path starts from the top left corner, with the except…

Demystifying CSS Pseudo-Classes (:nth-child vs. :nth-of-type)

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webdesign.tutsplus.com - Styles are applied to a web page using CSS selectors; selectors which make it possible for you to target a specific element or sets of elements. Usually, when you are starting with CSS, you’ll make u…

How to Build a Todo List App with React Hooks and TypeScript

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blog.alexdevero.com - The best way to learn something is by doing. This tutorial will help you learn how to build your own todo list app with React hooks and TypeScript. Try this easy tutorial, build your own todo list ap…

Baby Fish Feast on Microplastics, and Then Get Eaten

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wired.com - Teeming off Hawaii’s famous beaches is a complex web of life—sharks, turtles, seabirds—that relies enormously on tiny larval fish, the food for many species. In their first few weeks of existence the…

‘When will someone go to jail?’: New report shows Google secretly storing health data of millions of Americans

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rawstory.com - According to The Wall Street Journal, neither patients nor doctors have been notified of the data collection and storage. A “bombshell” new report from The Wall Street Journal describes a secret proj…

The USAF deploys it's first microwave drone killing weapon – Fanatical Futurist by International Keynote Speaker Matthew Griffin

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fanaticalfuturist.com - WHY THIS MATTERS IN BRIEF Drones have been around for decades, but new technologies have accelerated their development and adoption, and as they’re weaponsised we need new ways to take them down. Int…

Rock Art Reveals Prehistoric Seafaring in Sweden

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ancient-origins.net - New technology has allowed experts to understand some enigmatic Stone Age rock-art in Sweden, revealing that prehistoric people were already taking to the seas. Archaeologists have been able to revea…

This AI knows when you’ll die and its creators don't know how

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futurism.com - Researchers from Pennsylvania healthcare provider Geisinger have trained an AI to predict which patients are at a higher risk of dying within the next year, New Scientist reports. They fed the AI 1.7…

London’s Best Hair Transplant Clinics

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ldnfashion.com - Hair transplants are fast becoming one of the most popular cosmetic treatments sought by men in the UK. Receding hair or hair loss can be anxiety-inducing and may even lead to people avoiding social …

Center for a Livable Future

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clf.jhsph.edu - New Research Offers Recommendations for Safe Shipment of Live Molluscan Shellfish Oysters are one of the top aquaculture products in the United States, are highly perishable, and are shipped live to …

First study to combine 3-D climate modeling with chemistry refines which exoplanets are potentially habitable

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infowars.com - In order to search for life in outer space, astronomers first need to know where to look. A new Northwestern University study will help astronomers narrow down the search. The research team is the fi…

Internet based vestibular rehabilitation with and without physiotherapy support for adults aged 50 and older with a chronic vestibular syndrome in ... - PubMed - NCBI

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ncbi.nlm.nih.gov - To investigate the clinical effectiveness and safety of stand alone and blended internet based vestibular rehabilitation (VR) in the management of chronic vestibular syndromes in general practice. Pr…

Effect of Electronic Health Record-Based Coaching on Weight Maintenance: A Randomized Trial. - PubMed - NCBI

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ncbi.nlm.nih.gov - Weight regain after intentional loss is common. Most evidence-based weight management programs focus on short-term loss rather than long-term maintenance. To evaluate the benefit of coaching in an el…

Mouse deer species not seen for nearly 30 years is found alive in Vietnam

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theguardian.com - A distinctly two-tone mouse deer that was feared lost to science has been captured on film foraging for food by camera traps set up in a Vietnamese forest. The pictures of the rabbit-sized animal, al…

AI is making literary leaps – now we need the rules to catch up

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theguardian.com - Last February, OpenAI, an artificial intelligence research group based in San Francisco, announced that it has been training an AI language model called GPT-2, and that it now “generates coherent par…

Using Transfer Learning for NLP with Small Data

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blog.insightdatascience.com - Text classification has numerous applications, from tweet sentiment, product reviews, toxic comments, and more. It’s a popular project topic among Insight Fellows, however a lot of time is spent coll…

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BUSINESS

3 Insights on Crypto Derivatives and Risk From Veteran OTC Traders - CoinDesk

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coindesk.com - For all the talk about liquidity, bitcoin and other crypto-assets are thinly traded. Investors that buy and sell large volumes can’t do so directly, without slippage, or a change in the price between…

Fascinating Crypto Convo with Samson Williams - The Bad Crypto Podcast

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badcryptopodcast.com - We started this journey because the blockchain and crypto world fascinates us. And we knew that by doing so we’d have the opportunity to speak to some fascinating people. That is exactly what has hap…

Backblaze Hard Drive Stats Q3 2019

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What ending DACA could cost the U.S. economy

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pbs.org - While the Supreme Court’s arguments on Tuesday hinged on whether the Trump administration’s attempts to end DACA were lawful, those watching the case are considering what the economic losses of termi…

WordPress.com sites can now accept subscriptions with new ‘Recurring Payments’ feature – TechCrunch

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techcrunch.com - The subscription model is today sustaining a number of businesses, including artists, creators, news publishers, game developers, entertainment providers and more. Now, top publishing platform WordPr…

Instacart is under fire for how it compensates shoppers – TechCrunch

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techcrunch.com - The Tech Workers Coalition and Gig Workers Rising are outside the company’s headquarters in San Francisco this morning in support of shoppers, who demand Instacart reinstate the $3 quality bonus, imp…

Loop Returns picks up $10 million in Series A led by FirstMark Capital – TechCrunch

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techcrunch.com - Loop Returns, the startup that helps brands handle returns from online purchases, has today announced the close of a $10 million Series A funding round led by FirstMark Capital. Lerer Hippeau and Rid…

Nigeria’s Interswitch confirms $1B valuation after Visa investment – TechCrunch

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techcrunch.com - Nigerian digital payments firm Interswitch confirmed today it has reached unicorn status after Visa acquired a minority equity stake in the firm. “The investment makes Interswitch one of the most val…

Pan-African e-tailer Jumia grows 3Q revenue, e-payments, and losses – TechCrunch

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techcrunch.com - Pan-African e-commerce startup Jumia released its third-quarter financial results today. The numbers and presentation reflected some of the same past trends, with a dash of new, and nary a mention of…

The case against Grace Hopper Celebration – TechCrunch

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techcrunch.com - We’ve heard the criticisms that there were fewer black women speakers than white men at Grace Hopper Celebration in the past, but event organizers heard our complaints and created an entire conferenc…

New York’s Boldstart Ventures has raised $157 million across two funds to back nascent enterprise startups – TechCrunch

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techcrunch.com - Eight years after raising a $1.5 million proof-of-concept fund, Boldstart Ventures, a New York-based venture firm whose portfolio companies have been enjoying some serious momentum lately, just close…

PacketAI predicts IT incidents by parsing large event data sets – TechCrunch

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techcrunch.com - Meet PacketAI, a French startup that wants to alert you when there’s something wrong with your app or service. The company uses machine learning to parse raw event data and find out if there’s anythi…

Inspired Capital, founded by Alexa von Tobel and Penny Pritzker, just closed its debut fund with $200 million – TechCrunch

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techcrunch.com - Exactly 10 years ago, on stage at a TechCrunch event, Alexa von Tobel launched her startup, LearnVest, an online financial planning company that aimed to give people access to more affordable financi…

Angular Ventures outs $41M seed fund for European and Israeli enterprise and ‘deep tech’ startups – TechCrunch

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techcrunch.com - Angular Ventures, the early-stage enterprise and “deep tech”-focused VC firm founded by former DFJ Esprit partner Gil Dibner, is announcing the closing of its debut fund at $41 million. Targeting sta…

Amazon fails to unseat pro-tax city council members in Seattle

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arstechnica.com - Amazon has suffered a setback in its own backyard as several candidates for Seattle's City Council won election despite a $1.5 million campaign by business groups to defeat them. That included Kshama…

16 Timeless Truths of Financial Freedom

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success.com - My first year out of college, I was in commercial real estate. My new career was straight commission—zero salary. At first I starved, and then the commissions started to come in. That first year, I m…

Bitcoin Price Gains Above $9.1K as Ether Looks to Rally to $285

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cointelegraph.com - To a new investor entering the crypto-space sights like today’s 3.5% pump to $9,141 is enough to make you giddy with excitement about the future of cryptocurrency. But is it that impressive? After al…

How Entrepreneurs Can Have a Global Reach

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smallbusinessonlinecommunity.bankofamerica.com - Whatever you can do, or dream you can, begin it. Boldness has genius, magic, and power in it. 10 million people. 35,000 different events. More than 165 countries. 1 week. Yes, Global Entrepreneurship…

Foreigners visiting China are increasingly stumped by its cashless society

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boingboing.net - Technically, it's illegal for Chinese merchants to refuse payment in cash, but this rule is hardly ever enforced, and China has been sprinting to a cashless society that requires mobile devices -- no…

HP Is 3 Times Bigger Than Xerox⁠—And They Could Unite To Save Over $2 Billion

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forbes.com - HP printer ink cartridges are displayed in a store in New York City in 2010. Photo by Ramin Talaie/Corbis via Getty Images Topline: Xerox could take over printer and computer maker HP with a cash and…

UK Economy: 13 Quarters of Growth Since EU Referendum

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breitbart.com - The UK economy grew by 0.3 per cent in the third quarter of this year, meaning the country has enjoyed growth in 13 of 14 economic reporting quarters since the 2016 Brexit referendum, reports analysi…

Trump: Open Borders Threatens the Wage Gains of America's Lowest-Income Workers | Breitbart

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breitbart.com - “Since the election, real wages have gone up 3.2 percent for the median American worker,” Trump said in a speech Tuesday to the Economic Club of New York. “But for the bottom income group, real wages…

U.N. Food Agency Hit with Multiple Sexual Harassment and Assault Claims

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breitbart.com - It is the second time in a little over 12 months the agency has been pinpointed as a home for sexual abusers as it takes food and care to the most troubled – and vulnerable – people on the planet. Da…

You have 49 days left to come to Puerto Rico | Sovereign Man

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sovereignman.com - Over the past two decades, one of my hobbies has been chronicling my family history. It started back in the early 2000s right around my first military deployment. I wasn’t sure if I was going to make…

Environmentalists in California Take Aim at Kitchens to Save the Planet

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breitbart.com - Thirteen cities and one county in California have put in place zoning codes encouraging or requiring all-electric new construction, virtually banning builders from running natural gas lines into home…

Leverage – EU Pledges Increased U.S. Investment in Effort to Avoid U.S. Auto Tariffs…

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theconservativetreehouse.com - Funny stuff amid headlines discussing the likelihood of President Trump postponing a 25% tariff on European autos. What the pundits are missing is how President Trump has positioned a myriad of trade…

Young Hollywood's Student Loan Crisis: "There Are People Just Struggling to Survive"

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hollywoodreporter.com - "I owe $104,530 in student loans,” says Brian Kemm, an aspiring screenwriter who also works as a production assistant on a variety of film sets and as a bartender. “And it will be higher by the end o…

Next European Commission takes aim at AI

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politico.eu - Ursula von der Leyen, president-elect of the European Commission | Frederik Florin/AFP via Getty Images | Frederick Florin/AFP via Getty Images Artificial intelligence will be the next GDPR. The Euro…

Ocasio-Cortez Dismisses Fears Democrat Party Moving Too Far Left

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Beware GOP Darling, Nikki Haley

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gregolear.substack.com - ON OCTOBER 3, 2018, Nikki Haley, the U.S. ambassador to the United Nations, tendered her resignation to President Trump—although it would take six more days until the media heard about her departure.…

Top 10 Free #Fantasy #Romance Amazon Bestsellers!

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The Mandalorian’s first episode is a no-brainer reason to pay for Disney+

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arstechnica.com - This ice creature nearly devours the Mandalorian's spacecraft. The Mandalorian and a surprise droid are forced to team up in one hectic scene. Another stylized painting of the Mandalorian's wild ride.

Disney officially launches its streaming ‘crown jewel,’ Disney+ – TechCrunch

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techcrunch.com - The centerpiece of Disney’s streaming strategy is here. After an initial test in the Netherlands, Disney+ is officially launching in the United States and Canada today, with a lineup of original cont…

MACLUNKEY! The Han/Greedo scene has an inexplicable change on Disney+ because George Lucas will never stop changing it – TechCrunch

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techcrunch.com - Who shot first? Han? Greedo? Who cares. MACLUNKEY! Disney+ launched this morning, and with it comes a mostly inexplicable change to one of cinema’s most debated scenes — the encounter between Han and…

Ford vs. Ferrari (Le Mans 66) Review: Fast & Fantastic.

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om.co - Let’s get one thing out of the way — I love car racing, especially the European kind. And I love racing movies. So no surprise, that when invited to a private screening of the forthcoming Ford vs. Fe…

The Internet Archive Is Digitizing & Preserving Over 100,000 Vinyl Records: Hear 750 Full Albums Now

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openculture.com - There seems to be widespread agreement—something special was lost in the rushed-to-market move from physical media to digital streaming. We have come to admit that some older musical technologies can…

8 Historical Things That Prove Privacy Issues Aren't a Modern Problem

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mentalfloss.com - On November 10, 1969, television audiences were introduced to Sesame Street. In the 50 years since, the series has become one of television's most iconic programs—and it's not just for kids. Children…

The Morning Briefing: Please Climate, Kill Earth So I Don't Have to Hear About Greta Thunberg Again

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pjmedia.com - While I certainly don't count myself among those who worry about the fate of the planet -- the old girl is just fine -- the Cult of Greta Thunberg is beginning to make me hope they might be right. In…

First Look: Disney+ - Thurrott.com

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thurrott.com - The long-awaited Disney+ streaming video service is now available. Here’s a quick first peek at the user experience and content. To cut to the chase: Both are pretty damn strong, which is impressive …

Lighthouse Family: how we made Lifted

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This Is The Left: AOC Promotes Drag Queen Vampire’s Occult Show

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infowars.com - Socialist Rep. Alexandria Ocasio-Cortez (D-N.Y.) promoted a drag queen’s bizarre performance tour on social media Monday, calling the individual “fabulous,” “incredible,” and “genius.” AOC gushed ove…

Nikki Haley Denies Claims She Wants to Replace Pence

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newsmax.com - Former UN Ambassador Nikki Haley Tuesday afternoon denied pundits' claims that she has been making comments defending President Donald Trump because she's angling herself as a potential replacement f…

Disney+ Slaps Trigger Warnings on 'Dumbo,' 'Lady and the Tramp' over 'Outdated Cultural Depictions'

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breitbart.com - The generic trigger warnings appear in the plot synopses that users see on the Disney+ interface before clicking to play a title. “This program is presented as originally created,” the warnings say. …

Tuesday November 12th – Open Thread

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theconservativetreehouse.com - “As the Lord of hosts liveth, before whom I stand…” (I Kings 18:15). Is God dead? According to the above passage He certainly was not dead to Elijah, who knew Him intimately as the living God. The pr…

AMVETS Unveils 'Rolling to Remember' Motorcycle Ride Logo and Patch

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breitbart.com - But after organizers announced that last year’s ride would be their last one due to costs and other issues, the veteran service organization AMVETS stepped in to keep it going. So, Chambers, known as…

Pedro Zamora died 25 years ago today, hours after Real World San Francisco ended

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realityblurred.com - Pedro Zamora from the opening titles of The Real World San Francisco. A quarter century ago last night, The Real World San Francisco aired its finale. Early the next day, 25 years ago today, Pedro Za…

Hilaria Baldwin suffers miscarriage at four months pregnant

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usatoday.com - Hilaria Baldwin has suffered a miscarriage at four months pregnant. "We are very sad to share that today we learned that our baby passed away at 4 months," the mom of four, who is married to Alec Bal…

Anne Enright’s 10 Rules For Writing Fiction | Writers Write

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writerswrite.co.za - In this post, we share Irish author, Anne Enright’s 10 rules for writing fiction. Anne Enright is an is an Irish writer. She has published half a dozen novels, many short stories and a non-fiction wo…

How Medal Of Honor Recipient Kyle Carpenter Recovered From Jumping On A Grenade

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dailycaller.com - Kyle Carpenter, with reckless and total disregard for his life, selflessly jumped on a grenade to save the life of his fellow marine in 2010. This heroic act earned him the Congressional Medal of Hon…

Bonhams to auction 'Alligator' guitar owned and played by Jerry Garcia

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artdaily.com - LOS ANGELES.- Bonhams will offer ‘Alligator’, a Fender Stratocaster owned and played by Jerry Garcia of the Grateful Dead, in the sale of Alligator! A San Francisco Rock Star's Guitars, Art & More at…

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Soldiers with top-secret clearances say they were forced to use an app that could endanger them

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washingtonpost.com - A soldier with a phone. Soldiers in Fort Hood’s 504th Military Intelligence Brigade were suspicious of the terms of service of their brigade’s app, not pictured. (U.S. Army) By Alex Horton close Alex…

America's First Black Billionaire Gives Trump an 'A+,' Says Dems Are Moving 'Too Far Left'

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pjmedia.com - Robert Johnson, founder of Black Entertainment Television (BET) and America's first black billionaire, praised President Donald Trump for the roaring economy and criticized Democrats for moving "too …

In private speech, Bolton suggested some of Trump's policy decisions are guided by personal interest

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nbcnews.com - Former national security adviser John Bolton derided President Donald Trump’s daughter and son-in-law during a private speech last week and suggested his former boss’ approach to U.S. policy on Turke…

A US federal court finds suspicionless searches of phones at the border is illegal – TechCrunch

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techcrunch.com - A federal court in Boston has ruled that the government is not allowed to search travelers’ phones or other electronic devices at the U.S. border without first having reasonable suspicion of a crime.…

Analysis | The Fact Checker’s guide to impeachment hearing spin

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Policías abaten a tiros a hispano que sólo defendía a su hijo afuera de su casa

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telemundo.com - Las autoridades publicaron un nuevo video de un tiroteo ocurrido en Wilmington, California, donde un hombre hispano fue asesinado por la policía al intentar defender a su hijo. El incidente ocurrió e…

Hong Kong’s Violence Will Get Worse

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foreignpolicy.com - Hong Kong’s protests have seen their first death, and there will be more to come. After months of demonstrations over Beijing’s growing influence tore the city apart, a protester who fell several sto…

'Impeachment Inquiry' Witness: Trump Lectured Previous Ukraine President About Corruption, Too | Breitbart

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breitbart.com - Catherine Croft, a State Department official specializing in Ukraine, told a closed-door meeting that Trump, through the Office of Management and Budget (OMB), held up the first grant of military aid…

Northwestern newspaper: Journalism is all about not triggering the right people, you know

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hotair.com - Give these J-school stars credit for taking lessons from their professional betters. They just approached it a lot more honestly than, say, the networks who on one hand hailed whistleblowers while wr…

US Troops at Syria Base Say They'll Keep Pressure on ISIS

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newsmax.com - At a base in eastern Syria, a senior U.S. coalition commander said American troops who remain in Syria are redeploying to bases, including in some new locations, and working with the Kurdish-led forc…

Hillary Clinton 'Dumbfounded' by UK Government Blocking Russian Report

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breitbart.com - Clinton told the BBC in an interview broadcast Monday the public needs to know what is in the report by Parliament’s Intelligence and Security Committee and she slammed the decision to withhold it as…

Progressive Groups Stepping Up Facebook Fight

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newsmax.com - Progressive groups, claiming Facebook has damaged their ability to organize, are pushing ahead with a battle against the social media network, The Hill is reporting. The groups say they have been unf…

Ex-Bolivian President Evo Morales Departs for Asylum in Mexico

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newsmax.com - Former Bolivian President Evo Morales said Monday he was headed for Mexico after being granted asylum there, as his supporters and foes clashed on the streets of the capital following his resignation…

Supreme Court Allows Remington to be Held Liable for Sandy Hook Shooting

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infowars.com - The US Supreme Court is allowing a lawsuit against Remington Firearms to go forward, a move which may hold the gun manufacturer legally liable for the Sandy Hook school shooting. On Tuesday, the high…

Nigel Farage Calls on Boris Johnson to Put Country Before Tory Party

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breitbart.com - Brexit Party leader Nigel Farage announced on Monday that he would stand down 317 candidates in seats won by the Conservatives in order to prevent a split in the pro-Brexit vote, however, Mr Farage i…

Schiff Hails 'Courage and Patriotism' of Public Servants Testifying

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breitbart.com - “This week, the American people will hear for themselves from dedicated public servants with direct knowledge of the president’s efforts to press Ukraine to investigate his political opponents,” he w…

Sean Hannity Provides Latest Tick Tock – IG Report Will Contain Criminal Referrals…

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theconservativetreehouse.com - Examination of the Department’s and the FBI’s Compliance with Legal Requirements and Policies in Applications Filed with the U.S. Foreign Intelligence Surveillance Court Relating to a certain U.S. Pe…

Dobbs and Fitton Discuss Vindman’s “Deep State” Coup Effort….

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theconservativetreehouse.com - I spent yesterday and today reading aloud testimony from Vindman, Volker, and Hill to my favorite hippie. My voice is hoarse. It seems like Trump extended the invitation to the White House, the State…

Veterans Day: Read these stories of 5 who served, and died too young

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jsonline.com - The Journal Sentinel's Meg Jones covers veterans and military affairs, and has made eight trips overseas — four to Iraq and four to Afghanistan — to report on Wisconsin troops. She was asked to give …

Trump Recounts Heroic Story From Battle Of The Bulge In WWII During Veteran’s Day Tribute

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dailywire.com - President Donald Trump recounted a heroic event from the Battle of the Bulge during World War II where a group of over 1,000 captured American soldiers all identified as being Jewish when they were c…

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5 Ways to Repurpose Facebook Live Videos

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inc.com - Delivering a live video brings a whole bunch of benefits. You get a direct relationship with your audience: they're right there with you, making the broadcast feel as personal as a phone call. The au…

How to Create a YouTube Sales Funnel

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socialmediaexaminer.com - Want more customers from YouTube? Wondering what types of YouTube videos you need to make? In this article, you’ll discover different types of videos to create for a YouTube sales funnel. Building a …

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#PRIVACY

‘When will someone go to jail?’: New report shows Google secretly storing health data of millions of Americans

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rawstory.com - According to The Wall Street Journal, neither patients nor doctors have been notified of the data collection and storage. A “bombshell” new report from The Wall Street Journal describes a secret proj…

8 Historical Things That Prove Privacy Issues Aren't a Modern Problem

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