Do You Really Need Ankle Weights?

Ankle weights have tunneled through a wormhole from the 1980s to the present moment, appearing in countless TikToks and Instagram posts. Do they really help tone your legs? Are they worth buying at all? Here’s what you need to know. Read more...
Tags: Instagram, Lifehacks, Bodybuilding, Ankle, Strength Training, Physical Exercise, Sprained Ankle, Bodyweight Exercise, Dumbbell, Anaerobic Exercise, Leg Raise, Weighted Clothing

‘Chappelle’s Show’ Returning to Netflix Today; “I Got My Name Back,” Chappelle Says

Chappelle’s Show is coming back to Netflix today. In November of last year, comedian Dave Chappelle called on his fans to boycott his own show because he never got paid when the show began streaming on various platforms. Now, months after the Emmy-nominated series was pulled from Netflix and HBO Max, fans will see Chappelle’s Show returning to Netflix by the end of the day because executives addressed the issue and paid the comedian what he felt he was owed. From what I can gather, the paymen...
Tags: Hbo, Comedy, Movies, Instagram, Comedy Central, Netflix, Ted Sarandos, Dave-Chappelle, Chappelle, CBS Viacom, Netflix Today, Chappelle's Show, Chris McCarthy

Costco launched a new $10 bottle of rosé in its latest effort to tap into the explosive rosé wine market

Hollis Johnson/Business Insider Costco launched a new $10 bottle of rosé in collaboration with winemaker Charles Smith. Costco is known for its popular and inexpensive wines, and its other type of rosé flies off shelves. The rosé market has been surging in recent years, spurred by French producers and social media. Visit the Business section of Insider for more stories. Costco is tapping into the skyrocketing rosé market with a new $10 bottle of rosé made in partnership with award-winning...
Tags: Instagram, US, Trends, Retail, Wine, Nielsen, Smith, Costco, Rose Wine, Rose, Kirkland Signature, Charles Smith, Ryan Lee, Provence France, Alpana Singh, Avery Hartmans

In the News: How will the Biden Administration Affect You as an Employer?

With just under a month under its belt, the Biden administration is implementing policies that will affect your small business. Becoming aware of how these policies will affect you is one way to avoid some of the pitfalls that might come your way. In this week’s roundup, What Workplace Changes Can Employers Expect Under the Biden Administration? one of the articles that looks at the coming changes. According to David Barron, a labor and employment attorney with the national firm of Cozen O’Conn...
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Slow-Mo Footage of an Old Movie Camera Reveals Why Film Strips Had All Those Holes

The pandemic has limited The Slow Mo Guys’ ability to film grand experiments with their high-speed cameras. But while safely staying home, they’ve found other fascinating things to shoot, including an old 16-millimeter movie camera that when torn apart finally reveals why film is punched full of holes.Read more...
Tags: Photography, Science, Film Industry, Camera, Filmmaking, Shutter, High Speed Camera, Motion blur, Entertainment Culture, Science Of Photography, Focal Plane Shutter, Movie Cameras, 16 Mm Film, Rotary Disc Shutter

The US jobs market is a mess. It won't heal unless the government stays out of the way of people building new businesses.

FILE - In this June 4, 2020 file photo, a pedestrian wearing a mask walks past a reader board advertising a job opening for a remodeling company, in Seattle. U.S. companies added nearly 2.4 million jobs in June, according to a private survey, a large gain that still leaves the job market far below its pre-pandemic levels. The payroll company ADP said that small businesses reported the largest gain, adding 937,000 jobs. Construction firms and restaurants and hotels also posted big increases in ...
Tags: Instagram, US, Colin Kaepernick, America, Trends, Margaret Thatcher, Seattle, ADP, SPAC, Joe Ricketts, Rich Karlgaard, Ameritrade, AP Photo Elaine Thompson File Associated Press, Apple FedEx Microsoft

The best 360-degree camera apps for Android and iOS

A 360-degree photo lets you observe a scene from a single point of view. We show you the best 360-degree camera apps for iOS and Android.
Tags: Iphone, Apple, Ios, Android, Mobile, Photography, Trends, Best Of, 360 Cam, 360 Photo, 360-degree Panorama, Camera360, Tier 4

Why choosing an influencer to promote a product is more difficult than it seems: this is how Cocunat, a Spanish cosmetics brand with more than 300,000 followers on Instagram, does it

This is an automated machine translation of an article published by Business Insider in a different language. Machine translations can generate errors or inaccuracies; we will continue the work to improve these translations. You can find the original version here.Network marketing is very important for branding and product awareness, especially now, in times of pandemic. Since March, ecommerce has increased by 36% in Spain, the third fastest growing market in the world, according to an eMarketer...
Tags: Europe, Usa, Instagram, Trends, Spain, Werner, BI International, auto-translation Spanish, International Licensed Content, Jeevan Ravindran, Marta Pachón Díaz, Sara Werner, Cocunat, Werner Customers, Marta Pombo

Land's end: multiple exposures of the wild Cornish coast

A series of photographs created by photojournalist Jonny Weeks during coronavirus lockdown 3.0. ‘I live on a rugged stretch of coastline that gets battered by the Atlantic Ocean during winter. I wanted to capture the raw elements – waves, weather and landscape – in a way that was simple yet confounding’ Continue reading...
Tags: Photography, UK News, Cornwall, Atlantic Ocean, Jonny, Cornish, Coronavirus

Perfect snow, empty slopes: a closed ski resort in Scotland – in pictures

Scotland’s ski resorts have their best snow in years but must remain closed due to coronavirus. Murdo MacLeod took a look around the frozen and empty Glencoe Mountain Continue reading...
Tags: Photography, Scotland, UK News, Skiing, Murdo MacLeod, Glencoe Mountain Continue

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