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These companies are helping working parents navigate an impossible situationFASTCOMPANY.COM — This story is part of Fast Company’s Reinventing Education package. As millions of students begin school during a deadly pandemic and global recession, we’re highlighting the ongoing efforts to keep children safe in the classroom, educate them remotely, and help their parents manage a new second…
Why kids are so obsessed with TikTok, according to a social media expertFASTCOMPANY.COM — It’s also become a geopolitical football. Owned by Chinese company ByteDance, TikTok has been banned by India along with 58 other Chinese-owned apps in July in response to escalating border tensions between the two countries. The Trump administration issued an executive order banning TikTok and Chinese-owned messaging platform WeChat from engaging in transactions in the United States beginning on September 15.
How you can fight algorithms for a more just and equitable futureMASHABLE.COM — Mashable’s series Algorithms explores the mysterious lines of code that increasingly control our lives — and our futures. Algorithms shape our lives, some more gently than others. From dating apps, to news feeds, to streaming and purchase recommendations, we have become accustomed to a subtle…
How to Manage Instagram Followers Effectively and EfficientlyBLOG.HOOTSUITE.COM — Wondering how to manage your Instagram followers? Not sure what it even means to manage your Instagram followers? You’ve come to the right place. But before we get started, know that managing your followers doesn’t mean trying inauthentic growth hacks like Instagram automation or buying…
‘Knives Out’ is the perfect movie to get into the autumn spiritMASHABLE.COM — Sweater Weather is coming, which means one thing: It’s time to watch Knives Out. With California hitting record-breaking temperatures this Labor Day weekend, autumn doesn’t feel quite as close as it typically does in September. But if you’re impatiently craving a brisk chill in the air, you can easily get in the fall mood by cozying up on the couch and watching Rian Johnson’s humorous murder mystery.
LinkedIn’s May Soon Provide the Option to Add URL Links into Your LinkedIn StoriesSOCIALMEDIATODAY.COM — I’m not sure about the potential of LinkedIn Stories as yet. After initially launching the new option in Brazil back in April, LinkedIn then followed that up with steady expansions into France, the Netherlands and UAE over the next month (May), then Australia a month after that (June). Indeed, the Stories info page on LinkedIn Help states that it hasn’t been updated in two months.
How one VC firm wound up with no-code startups as part of its investing thesisTECHCRUNCH.COM — Welcome back to The TechCrunch Exchange, a weekly startups-and-markets newsletter. It’s broadly based on the daily column that appears on Extra Crunch, but free, and made for your weekend reading. . Ready? Let’s talk money, startups and spicy IPO rumors. Throughout all the chaos of 2020’s economic upheaval in the startup world, I’ve worked to pay more attention to low-code and no-code services.
Amazon’s ‘The Boys’ holds a mirror up to society in Season 2. It’s the best kind of ugly.MASHABLE.COM — Some words of wisdom from The Boys Season “If you jump ship and you let the assholes steer, then you’re part of the problem.” No context needed; that’ll come in due time. You’ll just need to commit to keeping up with Season 2’s eight episodes, which are set to arrive on Amazon Prime Video in weekly installments, starting with three on Sept.
Say hello to to the latest weird viral Facebook hoax: ‘Selene Delgado Lopez’MASHABLE.COM — Have you heard about the lady who’s stalking everyone on Facebook? A new viral conspiracy theory going around Facebook is warning users about a woman by the name of Selene Delgado Lopez. According to the posts, Selene is friends with you on Facebook. Did you add her? Of course not. You don’t know her.
How to escape your social media bubble before the electionMASHABLE.COM — Mashable’s series Algorithms explores the mysterious lines of code that increasingly control our lives — and our futures. You live in an online bubble. But, you’re not alone. We all live in an online filter bubble. Social media algorithms control much of what we see when we log into Facebook,…
How to ensure your online activism has an offline impactMASHABLE.COM — The Women’s March on Washington took place in January 2017 and boasted crowds numbering in the hundreds of thousands. Its size belies its beginnings though: The largest single-day protest in U.history started with a Facebook post created by a grandmother in Hawaii. . To some, the march and its speedy rollout typified the unique for that social media affords us.
Peloton might expand its product lineup – TechCrunchTECHCRUNCH.COM — product lineup is both getting cheaper and more expensive, Nintendo announces a new retro device and Palantir reveals more about its governance plans. This is your Daily Crunch for September 2020. Peloton is preparing to add new products at both ends of its pricing range, according to a report in Bloomberg.
Trump: Americans Who Died in War Are ‘Losers’ and ‘Suckers’THEATLANTIC.COM — Amy J. Rutenberg: What Trump’s draft deferments revealOn Memorial Day 2017, Trump visited Arlington National Cemetery, a short drive from the White House. He was accompanied on this visit by John Kelly, who was then the secretary of homeland security, and who would, a short time later, be named…
Beyond Zoom Etiquette: 21 Rules for Using Tech NowWSJ.COM — WHETHER YOU wanted to fit in or stand out in high school—be the influenced or the influencer—adhering to social norms was key to navigating and surviving the experience. The same applies to new technology today, where a failure to understand the shifting landscape (which recent studies suggest is…
Trump encourages North Carolina residents to vote twice to test mail-in systemNBCNEWS.COM — WASHINGTON — President Donald Trump suggested that people in North Carolina should vote twice in the November election, once by mail and once in-person, escalating his attempts to cast confusion and doubt on the validity of the results. “So let them send it in and let them go vote, and if their system’s as good as they say it is, then obviously they won’t be able to vote.
NFL paints ‘End Racism’ on its fields and no, this isn’t a jokeMASHABLE.COM — The move is especially ironic, as the NFL iced out San Francisco 49ers player Colin Kaepernick for kneeling during the national anthem in protest of police brutality and racism in 2016. Kaepernick hasn’t played since his contract with the 49ers ended in 2017, and hasn’t been picked up by other teams in the league since.
Pelosi used shuttered San Francisco hair salon for blow-out, owner calls it ‘slap in the face’FOXNEWS.COM — WATCH: Security footage shows House Speaker Nancy Pelosi visiting a San Francisco hair salon, despite local rules keeping salons closed amid coronavirus. Pelosi is seen moving about the salon without a face covering.EXCLUSIVE: House Speaker Nancy Pelosi visited a San Francisco hair salon on…
The algorithms defining sexuality suck. Here’s how to make them better.MASHABLE.COM — Mashable’s series Algorithms explores the mysterious lines of code that increasingly control our lives — and our futures. Ever since porn was credited as one of the most innovating forces behind early internet technology, we’ve become obsessed with the idea of tech enhancing our sex lives….
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