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At the Radiator Houseplant Café...

  ... you can talk all night. But do try to talk about something other than the Trump resistance and the plan to spoil Biden's honeymoon with a big old impeachment trial. Surely, there are other topics! Did you leave the house today? What's something you've been cooking that's easy to cook? When's the last time you wept? Look at for the first time. When's the last time you did something for the first time?  [Author: [email protected] (Ann Althouse)]
Tags: Photography, Law, Plants, Biden, Trump, Ann Althouse


Issa Hood Twin! NBA YoungBoy’s 6th Baby Mama Yaya Mayweather Gives Birth to His 7th Child Less Than 2 Months After 5th Baby Mama Gave Birth to 6th Child

Another day another child of rapper NBA YoungBoy entering the world … and this time, he’s the father of another set of “hood twins.” Floyd Mayweather’s daughter Iyanna (aka Yaya) took to social media Saturday (Jan. 8) to announce to the world that she’d given birth to her baby with NBA YoungBoy. The 20-year-old made the announcement via her Instagram stories with a photo of the baby boy’s foot and Queen Naija’s “Mama Hand” playing in the background. Yaya hasn’t revealed the child’s name or any d...
Tags: Celebs, Instagram, Hip Hop, Nba, Pop Culture, Jazz, Floyd Mayweather, Floyd, Yaya, Naija, Youngboy, Hollywood Unlocked, Iyanna, Yaya Mayweather, Kodi Capri, Melissia Rene Brim


Squelched by Twitter, Trump seeks new online megaphone

By FRANK BAJAK BOSTON (AP) — One Twitter wag joked about lights flickering on and off at the White House being Donald Trump signaling to his followers in Morse code after Twitter and Facebook squelched the president for inciting rebellion. Though deprived of his big online megaphones, Trump does have alternative options of much smaller reach, led by the far right-friendly Parler — even if Google removed it from its app store Friday and Apple threatened the same. Trump may launch his own platform...
Tags: Apple, Health, Google, Facebook, Twitter, Business, Technology, Media, Instagram, Congress, Youtube, Washington, White House, China, Germany, Boston


This Week in Apps: Social apps react to riots, Parler gets booted, FTC threatens regulation

Welcome back to This Week in Apps, the weekly TechCrunch series that recaps the latest in mobile OS news, mobile applications and the overall app economy. The app industry is as hot as ever, with  204 billion downloads and $120 billion in global consumer spend in 2019. Consumer spend also hit a record $112 billion across iOS and Android alone. Not including third-party Chinese app stores, iOS and Android users 130 billion apps in 2020. Due to COVID-19, time spent in apps 25% year-over-year ...
Tags: Apple, Google, TC, Mobile, Facebook, Apps, Mark Zuckerberg, Instagram, Microsoft, China, US, Tech, Developers, Bbc, Beijing, Epic


The entrepreneurship revolution is coming to college sports

Erin Long; Yusuke Yamaguma; Pro Image Photography; Skye Gould/Insider The NCAA is expected to vote by January 31 to give student-athletes the right to monetize their name, image, and likeness for the first time in the association's history. The rule change opens up a massive multi-sided market that includes the student-athletes, sports agencies, brands, and other third-party businesses. Analysts say that depending on factors such as reach, sport, location, and gender, student-athletes can...
Tags: Instagram, Trends, Roger Federer, Ncaa, University of Florida, Lebron James, Gainesville, Clapper, Mark Stenberg, Erin Long, Yusuke Yamaguma, Leah Clapper, The National Collegiate Athletic Association NCAA


The deplatforming of President Trump

After years of placid admonishments, the tech world came out in force against President Trump this past week following the violent assault of the U.S. Capitol building in Washington D.C. on Wednesday. From Twitter to PayPal, more than a dozen companies have placed unprecedented restrictions or outright banned the current occupant of the White House from using their services, and in some cases, some of his associates and supporters as well. The news was voluminous and continuous for the past f...
Tags: Apple, Google, Social, TC, Facebook, Mark Zuckerberg, Twitter, Elon Musk, Media, Instagram, Minneapolis, Obama, Youtube, Washington, Government, White House


The deplatforming of a president

After years of placid admonishments, the tech world came out in force against President Trump this past week following the violent assault of the U.S. Capitol building in Washington D.C. on Wednesday. From Twitter to PayPal, more than a dozen companies have placed unprecedented restrictions or outright banned the current occupant of the White House from using their services, and in some cases, some of his associates and supporters as well. The news was voluminous and continuous for the past f...
Tags: Apple, Google, Social, TC, Facebook, Mark Zuckerberg, Twitter, Elon Musk, Media, Instagram, Minneapolis, Obama, Youtube, Washington, Government, White House


Michelle Keegan's very relatable health confession revealed

Just eight days into the new year, on the 8 January Michelle Keegan took to Instagram to...
Tags: Instagram, Michelle Keegan


Ouigo: Winter Eggs

OUIGO and Rosapark launch a campaign that might just go unnoticed Still rapidly expanding seven years after its creation, OUIGO offers high-speed low-cost train travel around France. From January to the end of March 2021, OUIGO is spoiling us with brand-new ski and mountain destinations at tiny prices! Leaving from stations in suburban Paris and heading to the Alps (Grenoble, Albertville, Moûtiers, Aime-la-Plagne, Bour...
Tags: Facebook, Instagram, France, Advertising, Paris, Facebook Instagram and Twitter, Rosapark, Ouigo


Twitter and Facebook both banned Trump from their platforms. Here's why that doesn't violate the First Amendment - or any other laws

Activist Mike Merrigan holds a piñata shaped like the Twitter logo with hair to look like U.S. President Donald Trump during a protest outside of Twitter headquarters on May 28, 2020 in San Francisco, California. Justin Sullivan/Getty Images Twitter suspended President Donald Trump's personal account permanently on Friday, a day after Facebook banned him indefinitely, in the wake of pro-Trump rioters storming the US Capitol. Trump quickly tried to use the official presidential Twitter acco...
Tags: Apple, Google, Facebook, Twitter, Politics, News, Media, Instagram, Law, Congress, Youtube, Advertising, Trends, Social Media, Analysis, Federal Communications Commission



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