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Can't buy me love: Alibaba makes $1 billion in 17 minutes of 'Singles Day' - http://mashable.com/2014...
Can't buy me love: Alibaba makes $1 billion in 17 minutes of 'Singles Day'
Chinese ecommerce giant Alibaba brought in $1 billion of sales in about 17 minutes of its Singles Day sale — Singles Day being the equivalent of Black Friday in the company's home country. See also: Alibaba: What You Should Know About the Most-Hyped IPO of the Year Compared to that, it took quite a long time for sales to get to $2 billion. [01:00] In a little over an hour, the #1111sale exceeds USD 2 billion in GMV; 45%+ of it coming from mobile #Alibaba #singlesday #China — Alizila.com (@Alizila) November 10, 2014 Singles Day began in the early 1990s, and it's a numerological holiday: it celebrates the four 1s in the date, 11/11. Something of an anti-Valentine's day in China, the day is marked by parties and outings for single people — as well as a torrent of online shopping. Alibaba brought in $5.75 billion on Singles Day 2013 Read more... More about Online Shopping, Black Friday, Alibaba, and Business
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Tumblr taps artists to design shirts for net neutrality - http://mashable.com/2014...
Tumblr taps artists to design shirts for net neutrality
Tumblr has tapped its community of artists to create products that benefit net neutrality On Monday, Tumblr launched its latest foray into charitable merchandise with the launch of the Tumblr Artist Series, featuring limited edition T-shirts designed by artists Cindy Suen, Traceloops, Mikey Burton, Santtu Mustonen and Pasquale D'Silva See also: The Complete Guide to Tumblr Subcultures The five T-shirt designs will be released each month between now and March 2015. Suen's design is the first available for purchase: A t-shirt designed by artist Cindy Suen. Image: Tumblr All proceeds from the shirts will benefit the Media Democracy Fund's Open Internet Defense Fund, which supports the campaign to ensure an open Internet. According to MDF's website, the fund supports organizations that advocate for media policy change in the U.S. In 2012, it granted funds to organizations that include the Center for Media Justice, the Media Literacy Project and Color of Change. Read more... More about...
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Bill Cosby's meme generator hijacked by reminders of rape allegations - http://mashable.com/2014...
Bill Cosby's meme generator hijacked by reminders of rape allegations
Always be careful what you ask for, especially on the Internet "Go ahead. Meme me!" Bill Cosby tweeted on Monday with a link to a meme generator on his website, which allows users to select any of 12 different photos and write text on the top and bottom in typical meme fashion. And meme they did See also: 8 Hijacked Hashtags Gone Horribly Wrong (or Right) Go ahead. Meme me! http://t.co/uM3KSji8or #CosbyMeme pic.twitter.com/9PbpQqz33X — Bill Cosby (@BillCosby) November 10, 2014 Despite Cosby's recent career moves, he has been the subject of scrutiny over multiple rape allegations, which were highlighted recently by comedian Hannibal Buress during a stand-up set Read more... More about Entertainment, Lists, Social Media, Meme, and Memes
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How to play back all the changes you made in a Google Doc - http://mashable.com/2014...
How to play back all the changes you made in a Google Doc
If you use Google Docs in the Chrome browser, a cool new extension will allow you to play back all the changes that you've made in a document as if it's a movie. Writer and programmer James Somers reverse-engineered Google Docs and put together Draftback, which reveals a character-by-character history of documents. See also: 7 Things We'd Change About Google Hangouts Here's how it looks when you play it back: Staring at a blank word-processing document can be a pretty intimidating starting point for a writer. By the time you've actually hammered out some words you're OK with, what you originally started typing is probably quite different from what's on the page. This allows you to experience your entire creative process all over again, hands-free. Read more... More about Google, Google Docs, Tech, Apps Software, and Dev Design
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Fitbit trackers disappear from Apple's online store - http://mashable.com/2014...
Fitbit trackers disappear from Apple's online store
Apple has officially removed Fitbit from its online store; a search for "Fitbit" on Monday yielded no results. Reports began circulating last month that Apple would pull the popular fitness tracker from its shelves. The news came as Fitbit expressed skepticism of Apple's HealthKit fitness platform, giving repeated remarks that it was "evaluating" HealthKit but was in no rush to integrate into the platform. See also: 14 Hot Fitness Gadgets to Make You Sweat Image: Screenshot, Apple While the fitness wristbands are still available for purchase on the shelves at some Apple Stores, according to reports, you can no longer purchase them online. Read more... More about Apple, Wearables, Wearable Tech, Tech, and Apps Software
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AT&T drops its in-flight Wi-Fi plans - http://mashable.com/2014...
AT&T drops its in-flight Wi-Fi plans
AT&T is dropping its plans to develop in-flight Wi-Fi for commercial airlines. The decision means Gogo is likely to remain the leading company in on-board connectivity. See also: Know Before You Go: All the Airline Fees by Carrier In April, AT&T announced a partnership with Honeywell International, Inc. to develop in-flight Wi-Fi with its 4G LTE technology. But the company announced Monday it was scrapping that plan. “After a thorough review of our investment portfolio, the company decided to no longer pursue entry into the inflight connectivity industry,” AT&T spokesman Fletcher Cook said in a statement. “We are focusing our capital on transformative investments, such as international and video.” Read more... More about In Flight Wi Fi, Tech, Dev Design, Us, and Travel Leisure
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With New York doctor's reported release, U.S. is officially Ebola free - http://mashable.com/2014...
With New York doctor's reported release, U.S. is officially Ebola free
NEW YORK — Forty-one days after a Liberian man in Texas was diagnosed with Ebola, there are currently no known people infected with Ebola in the United States. While health officials haven't formally announced it, the New York Times reports Dr. Craig Spencer will leave a New York City hospital on Tuesday, free of the disease. See also: Google donates millions to fight Ebola, launches 'public giving' campaign Spencer was admitted to Bellevue hospital on Oct. 23 and tested positive shortly thereafter, becoming the first in New York to be diagnosed with the virus. He had recently returned from Guinea where he treated Ebola patients with Doctors Without Borders when he became ill, and promptly isolated himself in his apartment. Read more... More about Us World, Us, Health Fitness, and Ebola
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Russia intensifies propaganda war by launching global news agency Sputnik - http://mashable.com/2014...
Russia intensifies propaganda war by launching global news agency Sputnik
A Kremlin-sponsored media group launched a new international information agency on Monday to combat the "propaganda" of other world news media. See also: CNN pulls out of Russia, citing new media laws "We are against the aggressive propaganda that feeds the world and imposes a unipolar view," said Dmitry Kiselyov, Director General of Rossiya Segodnya (or Russia Today) which launched the news agency Sputnik. Kiselyov, who is known as the Kremlin’s propagandist-in-chief, said that such news "can only result in bloodshed." Moscow, Russian Federation - MOSCOW, RUSSIA. NOVEMBER 10, 2014. Rossiya Segodnya news agency director general Dmitry Kiselev speaks at the launching of a new foreign news service Sputnik, a project by the Rossiya Segodnya international news agency. Image: Ilya Pitalev/TASS/Zuma Press Read more... More about Russia, Propaganda, Us World, World, and Sputnik
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Starz is bringing cult classic 'Evil Dead' to TV with Bruce Campbell - http://mashable.com/2014...
Starz is bringing cult classic 'Evil Dead' to TV with Bruce Campbell
LOS ANGELES — Starz is turing to the dead to breathe some new life into their original programming The network on Monday greenlit a series based on the cult classic horror film The Evil Dead, with original filmmaker Sam Raimi and star Bruce Campbell aboard the project See also: In one line, 'The Walking Dead' made the viewers deeply dislike one character The 10-episode series, dubbed Ash Vs. Evil Dead, will see Campbell reprise his role as monster hunter Ash, who in the original 1981 film was at the center of the tale about teenagers who unleash a great evil while on vacation "When a Deadite plague threatens to destroy all of mankind, Ash is finally forced to face his demons — personal and literal. Destiny, it turns out, has no plans to release the unlikely hero from its 'Evil' grip," reads a description provided by the network Read more... More about Television, Starz, Entertainment, and Tv
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Kim Kardashian's mobile game has raked in $43 million so far - http://mashable.com/2014...
Kim Kardashian's mobile game has raked in $43 million so far
Kim Kardashian's mobile game has made $43 million so far since launching in late June, proving once again that life is not fair. Kim Kardashian: Hollywood, a freemium game in the style of Candy Crush Saga, has earned more for Glu Mobile than all the company's other apps combined, the company disclosed in its third-quarter earnings report. See also: We Played 'Kim Kardashian: Hollywood' So You Don't Have To Image: Glu Though $43.4 million is well short of the $200 million Glu predicted the game would net by the end of the year, it's still a nice payday for the already-rich celeb. Kardashian's net worth has been estimated to be around $65 million Read more... More about Mobile, Games, Apps, Kim Kardashian, and Business
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Amy Schumer takes down sexist censorship policies - http://mashable.com/2014...
Amy Schumer takes down sexist censorship policies
Amy Schumer: comedian, writer, actress, activist Schumer revealed her successful fight for the right to say the word "pussy" — without being censored — on her Comedy Central show during an Inside Amy Schumer Paley Center panel on Saturday as part of the New York Comedy Festival, Vulture reports. See also: Sketch comedy experts analyze Justin Bieber's Vines Schumer and the show's executive producers Jessi Klein and Dan Powell explained that Comedy Central's previous standards smacked of gender inequality. "Pussy" was not allowed, but "dick" was, as long as as the context wasn't sexual — a fact that did not go unnoticed by a show that frequently satirizes gender politics Read more... More about Television, Comedian, Tv, Watercooler, and Conversations
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Ebola danger over for Maine nurse, who plans fight for health worker rights - http://mashable.com/2014...
Ebola danger over for Maine nurse, who plans fight for health worker rights
A Maine nurse who battled politicians over her quarantine after she returned from treating Ebola patients in West Africa said she will continue speaking out on behalf of public health workers. See also: The 5-step process for making an Ebola vaccine Monday marks 21 days since Kaci Hickox's last exposure to an Ebola patient, a 10-year old girl who suffered seizures before dying alone without family. On Tuesday, Hickox will no longer require daily monitoring for Ebola symptoms, and said she looks forward to stepping out her front door "like normal people." Hickox's case drew national attention after she fought back against local authorities who demanded that she remain in her home for 21 days despite showing no symptoms of Ebola Read more... More about Ebola and Kaci Hickox
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George W. Bush just won't give up on this whole painting business - http://mashable.com/2014...
George W. Bush just won't give up on this whole painting business
George W. Bush is not messing around with this painting thing. It has been eight months since the No. 43 unveiled his portrait collection of various world leaders, including Russian President Vladimir Putin and Afghan President Hamid Karzai (as though you could forget). Now, he has painted a subject a bit closer to home: his father, George H.W. Bush See also: The American Painter George W. Bush Unveils His Masterpieces Bush appeared on the Today Show on Monday to discuss his forthcoming book 41: A Portrait of My Father. He followed the promo by unveiling another portrait of his father — one crafted with oil paints. It features the father and son next to one another against a shadowy blue backdrop Read more... More about Politics, George Bush, Watercooler, Pics, and The Today Show
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'Homeland' coming back for another season on Showtime - http://mashable.com/2014...
'Homeland' coming back for another season on Showtime
Homeland may be testing our ability to suspend disbelief these days, but it's still damn good TV. And the latter fact has prompted Showtime to cue up yet another season of the Claire Danes hit The network today announced the show will return for a 12-episode fifth season, set to debut in 2015 See also: Homeland Episode 7: Carrie sees a ghost More surprisingly, they also ordered a second season of The Affair, which although critically acclaimed, debuted to a soft 500,000 viewers. That number, however, rose to 2.5 million after three days of DVR playback were accounted for. And now, according to the network, the drama — a stark exploration of the emotional and psychological effects of an extramarital affair — is averaging 3.9 million viewers across platforms per week Read more... More about Television, Showtime, Entertainment, Tv, and Homeland
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APEC fashion at its finest: which world leader wore it best? - http://mashable.com/2014...
APEC fashion at its finest: which world leader wore it best?
Observers of the 2014 Asia-Pacific Economic Cooperation (APEC) Economic Leaders' Meeting wouldn't be blamed for thinking they stumbled on an elite Star Trek convention The elaborate outfits that President Obama and other heads of state taking part in the meeting wore are certainly head turners — but they're not the first to walk that catwalk In what has become an annual tradition, APEC leaders spent Monday evening decked out in matching outfits for a photo op as part of the event, which this year is held in Beijing. See also: Watch Australian Politicians Cut Awkwardly Into Movies and TV Shows Read more... More about Fashion, China, Obama, Us World, and World
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Google Genomics is a cloud service just for DNA data - http://mashable.com/2014...
Google Genomics is a cloud service just for DNA data
Google is approaching hospitals and universities with a new pitch: Have genomes? Store them with us. The search giant's first product for the DNA age is Google Genomics, a cloud computing service that it launched last March but which went mostly unnoticed amid a barrage of high profile R&D announcements from Google, like one late last month about a far-fetched plan to battle cancer with nanoparticles. SEE ALSO: Can Google Use Nanoparticles to Search for Cancer? Google Genomics could prove more significant than any of these moonshots. Connecting and comparing genomes by the thousands, and soon by the millions, is what's going to propel medical discoveries for the next decade. The question of who will store the data is already a point of growing competition between Amazon, Google, IBM and Microsoft. Read more... More about Cloud Storage, Genome, Tech, Apps Software, and Us
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9 reasons to consider a veteran for your company's next hire - http://mashable.com/2014...
9 reasons to consider a veteran for your company's next hire
This question originally appeared on Quora. What are the advantages of hiring someone who has been in the U.S. military — specifically, hiring them for a non-military job? Answer below by Jon Davis, Sergeant in the U.S.M.C. and amateur military historian. I am going to speak as a Marine and a former hiring manager. I was once a Sergeant in the United States Marine Corps with two Iraq tours and have worked in retail, real estate, the tech startup and education sectors. In that time, I've hired more than enough people to know that it's one of the hardest decisions you have to regularly make When reviewing resumes, we often rely on generalizations to give us the best guess of who will add value to a company's culture. The problem with many hiring managers is that they have no idea what it means when they see a veteran's resume: The qualities to expect, the flaws they'll have, their overall value and what makes them different from other candidates. Read more... More about Veterans, Job...
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This adorable tiny kitten is the world's worst roommate - http://mashable.com/2014...
This adorable tiny kitten is the world's worst roommate
Don't be fooled by his sweet, innocent face — behind that cute façade is pure, 100% evil. While this tiny kitten might make your heart melt at the very sight of him, he'll probably just ruin your stuff, slack off on chores and steal your girlfriend. If you really need a roommate, try Craigslist or something. Hallelujah for Nick Jonas' live gospel choir remix of 'Jealous' Grover and Kid President share the secret to a happy Monday Kids have no idea how to load a camera with film Aussie builds street-legal Batmobile and uses it to help the world Read more... More about Viral Videos, Videos, Cats, Cute Animals, and Watercooler
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Arctic invasion: Unusual cold sweeping U.S. is here to stay - http://mashable.com/2014...
Arctic invasion: Unusual cold sweeping U.S. is here to stay
The Arctic invasion has begun. A cold front pushing Arctic air southward out of Canada on Monday is pushing through the Front Range of Colorado, where temperatures were in free fall, from the mid-60s Fahrenheit this morning, to the mid-20s Fahrenheit by the afternoon. The temperature in Denver fell by 38 degrees in just four hours. In the Dakotas through the Upper Great Lakes, several inches to a foot or more of snow is falling, as the first of what will likely be many rounds of unusually cold air pours into the U.S. See also: Alaska storm becomes strongest in Bering Sea history Air temperatures in places from Minneapolis to Texas are likely to be between 15 and 25 degrees Fahrenheit below average for this time of the year by midweek. However, during the most intense spillovers of Arctic air, departures from average could increase to closer to 40 degrees below average, especially in Idaho, Montana, Wyoming and Colorado, where some of the coldest temperatures are expected Read more......
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Brock Osweiler sums up life as a backup NFL quarterback in 1 Vine - http://mashable.com/2014...
Brock Osweiler sums up life as a backup NFL quarterback in 1 Vine
Life as a backup quarterback in the NFL is hard Landing a roster spot in the NFL means instant recognition as one of the top athletes in the world — unless that roster spot is as a backup quarterback. If you're relegated to backup passer duties, you'll probably spend most of your time in the NFL as a placeholder, trying to keep warm on the sidelines and secretly praying for a blowout (either on the scoreboard or in the starting QB’s knee). See also: Helmet Cam Captures Spectacular View of Broncos-Patriots Game Watch the sheer joy and subsequent heartbreak that Denver Broncos passer Brock Osweiler experiences in this Vine: Read more... More about Nfl, Vine, Watercooler, and Sports
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Photos from the 2nd annual Mashies ceremony - http://mashable.com/2014...
Photos from the 2nd annual Mashies ceremony
Our second annual Mashies ceremony, held on Nov. 4 at Gotham Hall, was a huge success. We celebrated the best and brightest in digital communications, alongside the most groundbreaking leaders in marketing, advertising and social media. The evening kicked off with a VIP bash and cocktail hour, where guests ate, drank and mingled with digital marketers from around the countryComedians Jake Hurwitz and Amir Blumenfeld hosted the ceremony, which included lots of laughs, guest presenters and a “native advertising”-inspired drinking game. Take a look at the gallery below for some of the night’s highlights. You can also check out all of our winners and follow the conversation as it unfolded on social media. Read more... More about Business, Advertising, Marketing, Media, and Mashies
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Neil deGrasse Tyson was a fan of 'Interstellar,' kind of - http://mashable.com/2014...
Neil deGrasse Tyson was a fan of 'Interstellar,' kind of
Interstellar grossed more than $50 million at the box office during opening weekend, but a space odyssey isn't a true hit until you get the Neil deGrasse Tyson stamp of approval The astrophysicist and sometimes movie critic shared his take on Interstellar on Twitter on Sunday. Save for a few nitpicking moments, he praised the science behind the Christopher Nolan film — though the plot was a different story See also: Why scientists are in a love-hate relationship with 'Interstellar' The Cosmos host even appeared on CBS to discuss the science behind the plot, claiming that while the film is definitely science fiction, the movie managed to interpret and understand the concepts well Read more... More about Twitter, Films, Space, Film, and Watercooler
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CNN pulls out of Russia, citing new media laws - http://mashable.com/2014...
CNN pulls out of Russia, citing new media laws
American news giant CNN will cease broadcasting on cable networks in Russia at the end of the year, Turner International told Mashable in an emailed statement on Monday. A Turner spokesperson said the decision was made following the passage of new media laws in Russia. See also: Vladimir Putin's Distorted Reality “Turner International is assessing its distribution options for CNN in Russia in light of recent changes in Russian media legislation," the statement said. "We are bringing our existing distribution relationships to an end while we do that. We hope to re-enter the market in due course, and will notify our partners of any update about resuming these services. The CNN Moscow bureau operation remains unaffected.” Read more... More about Television, Russia, Us World, World, and Putin
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U.N. votes to protect six threatened shark species - http://mashable.com/2014...
U.N. votes to protect six threatened shark species
It's raining sharks — in a good way. On Nov. 9, the United Nations' Convention on Migratory Species wrapped up a week-long meeting in Quito, Ecuador, by voting to list six shark species as threatened, obligating member nations to work together to protect the predators in danger from overfishing, finning and other perils. The U.N. treaty organization also agreed to list the reef manta, nine devil rays and five sawfishes. SEE ALSO: Say what?! Science says 25 percent of sharks and rays face extinction "Today's unprecedented actions more than triple the number of shark and ray species slated for enhanced conservation initiatives," Sonja Fordham president of the nonprofit Shark Advocates International, said in a statement. Read more... More about Un, Us World, World, and Shark
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Instagram finally lets you edit photo captions - http://mashable.com/2014...
Instagram finally lets you edit photo captions
You can finally go back fix all the typos in your Instagram captions. The company rolled out an update Monday that adds the ability to change photo captions after they're posted and adds new recommendations to the app's Explore menu See also: 8 Famous Photographers Worth Following on Instagram In what had long been frustrating for victims of autocorrect everywhere, the app didn't allow users to tweak captions after a photo or video posted, forcing users to post corrections as a comment or delete and re-upload the post entirely. "This has been one of the top requests that we’ve heard from the community, and we’re excited to finally bring it to you today," Instagram wrote in a blog post Read more... More about Facebook, Social Media, Tech, Instagram, and Apps Software
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Margot Robbie may play the Joker's girlfriend, Harley Quinn, in 'Suicide Squad' - http://mashable.com/2014...
Margot Robbie may play the Joker's girlfriend, Harley Quinn, in 'Suicide Squad'
LOS ANGELES — If the rumors hold, The Suicide Squad is quickly shaping up to be a who's-who of young Hollywood, the latest being reports that Margot Robbie is up for the role of Harley Quinn — sure to be a controversial character no matter how she's portrayed. Collider.com first reported Monday that Robbie, long rumored to be a part of the franchise, would take on the role of the Joker's girlfriend and sidekick, a supervillain in her own right who suffers innumerable abuses at the hands of her sadistic beau. Warner Bros. had no comment on the report. SEE ALSO: Harry Potter Spinoffs, DC Superhero and 'Lego' Movies Coming From WB Read more... More about Comics, Movies, Warner Bros, Entertainment, and Film
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Chinese hackers suspected in major U.S. Postal Service breach - http://mashable.com/2014...
Chinese hackers suspected in major U.S. Postal Service breach
The U.S. Postal Service has been hacked, and the likely culprits are Chinese hackers. The USPS discovered a "cyber security intrusion" that may have compromised the personal data of its more than 800,000 employees, it said on Monday. But the agency downplayed the incident, calling it "limited in scope." See also: 5 Biggest Computer Viruses of All Time The hackers "potentially" gained access to USPS employees' personal data such as names, dates of birth, social security numbers and addresses, the agency stated Employees weren't the only ones affected. Hackers also compromised the personal data of customers who contacted the Postal Service Customer Care Center via telephone or email between Jan. 1, 2014, and Aug. 16, 2014; this data includes names, addresses, telephone numbers, email addresses and other information, USPS added. Read more... More about Hackers, Data Breach, Us World, Us, and World
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Early bird Media Summit ticket sales ending soon - http://mashable.com/2014...
Early bird Media Summit ticket sales ending soon
The clock is ticking for your chance to score early bird tickets to the Media Summit, an event that will analyze the latest trends in digital media and storytelling, and how to apply these trends to media companies and brands At the Media Summit, you can expect conversations about data and algorithms, global social media campaigns, mobile strategy, media companies of the future, new formats of creativity and much more. We'll focus on how emerging technology is enhancing storytelling, and how to tell a more compelling brand story. Whether you represent a brand seeking to engage your audience on new digital mediums, or an entrepreneur trying to express the human experience through technology, the Media Summit is a great place for inspiration. Read more... More about Media Summit
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Hallelujah for Nick Jonas' live gospel choir remix of 'Jealous' - http://mashable.com/2014...
Hallelujah for Nick Jonas' live gospel choir remix of 'Jealous'
Nick Jonas giveth the world some spiritual healing with his soulful remix of "Jealous." The 22-year-old Jonas brother roped in a gospel choir to enhance the hit with sweet harmonies that will get you snapping, clapping, head-bopping, swaying and smiling to start off this glorious week See also: Taylor Swift cries, screams, stabs in crazy 'Blank Space' music video "Jealous" is the second single from Jonas' self-titled sophomore album, which was released Monday. Grover and Kid President share the secret to a happy Monday Kids have no idea how to load a camera with film Aussie builds street-legal Batmobile and uses it to help the world Laughing owl will brighten the darkest of days Read more... More about Viral Videos, Music, Entertainment, Celebrities, and Nick Jonas
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Security agents can make airports safer just by talking to passengers - http://mashable.com/2014...
Security agents can make airports safer just by talking to passengers
A new method of screening airplane passengers for signs they may be dangerous is 20 times more successful at catching deceptive passengers than the screening method traditionally used in the United States and other countries, a new study suggests. The new method is based on asking passengers open-ended, conversational questions, whereas traditional screening methods focus on observing people's body language. In the study, which was funded in part by the British government, 204 mock airplane passengers — including acting students and undercover police detectives — were given cover stories, and asked to attempt to deceive security agents in real airport screenings in Europe. As an extra incentive, the mock passengers were given money if they successfully avoided detection by the security agents. Read more... More about Security, Airplane, Us World, Us, and World
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