Sierra Canyon 5-star guard Amari Bailey commits to UCLA

Sierra Canyon junior guard Amari Bailey announced his verbal commitment to UCLA via Instagram Wednesday evening. Bailey is the No. 1-rated combo guard in the country and the No. 3-ranked overall high school prospect for the 2022 class, regardless of position, according to Sierra Canyon 5-star guard Amari Bailey commits to UCLA. Only a junior. — Tarek Fattal (@Tarek_Fattal) February 18, 2021 The 6-foot-4 guard played in 33 of Sierra Canyon’s 34 games ...
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How reporter Rob Price got an inside look into Gaia and its world of conspiracy theories and alternative media

Samantha Lee/Business Insider Rob Price is an investigative reporter at Insider. Rob Price Insider is taking you behind the scenes of our best stories with our new series, The Inside Story. This week, Insider's Grace O'Connell-Joshua spoke with tech correspondent Rob Price about his recent investigation into Gaia, a streaming business with a wild catalog of conspiracy theories, new-age mysticism, and yoga. You can read Price's full story here. Insider correspondent Rob Price is k...
Tags: Facebook, Mark Zuckerberg, New York, Instagram, India, Trends, Netflix, Investigative journalism, Streaming, Conspiracy Theories, Gaïa, Rob Price, Tech Insider, Inside Story, Connell Joshua, Samantha Lee Business Insider Rob Price

What are the green and orange dots on an iPhone? How to tell when apps are using your mic or camera

Your iPhone will let you know when an app is using your microphone or camera. Crystal Cox/Business Insider The green or orange dots on your iPhone signal when an app is using the camera or microphone, respectively. These colored dots were added in iOS 14, and are meant to help you track how apps are accessing your device. Visit Insider's Tech Reference library for more stories. If you're an iPhone user, you may have noticed that an orange dot and a green dot now occasionally appear in the ...
Tags: Iphone, Apple, Security, Instagram, Privacy, Iphone Apps, Trends, Facetime, Microphone, Iphone Camera, Control Center, Tech Insider, Crystal Cox, Voice Memo, Meira Gebel, BI-freelancer

Lady Gaga’s Chromatica Oreos: The Story Behind the Cookie Collaboration

Lady Gaga’s latest hit isn’t a song but a sweet treat. The pop sing- er’s branded Oreos — inspired by her album, “Chromatica” — have become a viral sensation, with fans posting on Twitter and Instagram about snagging packages of the green-and-pink cookies. “It’s been incredible and beat our wildest expectations,” Oreo senior director Justin […]
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HBO Max Reportedly Developing Constantine Series

HBO Max reportedly developing Constantine series After word originally began swirling last summer that a solo film was in the works at Warner Bros., Variety has brought word that the studio may be heading in a different direction as HBO Max is developing a new Constantine series. RELATED: Peter Stormare Teases Potential Constantine Sequel in Development if ( ! ezoic_test() ) { PB = PB || {}; PB.gptStandAlone = PB.gptStandAlone || {}; ...
Tags: Comics, Hbo, TV, Movies, Instagram, Dc Comics, TV News, Streaming, Batman, Dc, Bill, Warner Bros, Keanu Reeves, Michael Keaton, Ezra Miller, Reeves

Portland-based ‘Broken & Coastal’ magazine releases 6th issue

Sample spreads from Broken & Coastal Volume 06. Christopher San Agustin(Photo: Christopher San Agustin) Whether he’s organizing unsanctioned bike races in local parks or putting together his passion project — a “boutique” magazine named Broken & Coastal — Portlander Christopher San Agustin seems to be in a state of perma-stoke. San Agustin, an art director by day, just launched his sixth issue and is extra-stoked this time around. Broken & Coastal has grown in page count, size and influ...
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How Supreme went from a small skateboarding store to a billion-dollar streetwear company

Supreme was once a small skateboarding store in New York City. Now, it's a billion-dollar company well known for its presence in the fashion industry. The retail value of Supreme's clothing isn't that outlandish, but once the items sell out, they begin to increase in value.  Supreme under-produces to the demand, creating a huge resale market and exclusivity associated with the brand.  Visit the Business section of Insider for more stories. Following is a transcript of the video.Shopper 1: Sup...
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YC-backed Taste brings multicourse fine dining into your home

Jeff Chen has a pithy pitch for his new startup Taste: “We made the Instagram of nice food.” In other words, just as Instagram made it easy for regular smartphone users to look like talented photographers, Taste makes it easy for customers to prepare impressive meals at home. That’s because the real preparation is being done by fine-dining restaurants — Chen told me there are 16 Michelin-starred and Michelin-rated restaurants currently on the platform — whose food doesn’t translate easily to a d...
Tags: Google, Food, Startups, TC, Ecommerce, Y Combinator, Instagram, New York City, Tech, Netflix, Lexus, Michelin, Yc, Chen, Jeff Chen, Peloton

Seeking nominations for the top PR agents for YouTube, TikTok, and Instagram stars in 2021

Kevin Mazur/Getty Images Insider is launching our second annual list of the top PR agents for social-media stars.  We want to hear from you about who the top PR pros in the influencer industry are. Please submit your nominations by February 26 and email [email protected] with any questions. Visit the Business section of Insider for more stories. The biggest social-media stars often have an entire team behind them made up of managers, agents, and PR pros. While managers and agents are h...
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Facebook has launched another crackdown on anti-vax misinformation. Experts say it doesn't go far enough.

In December, Facebook vowed to remove posts making false claims about COVID-19 vaccines. Samantha Lee/Business Insider Facebook updated its policies on what it counts as vaccine misinformation this week. It removed the Instagram account of prominent anti-vaxxer Robert F. Kennedy Jr.  Imran Ahmed, CEO of the Center for Countering Digital Hate, said the removal doesn't go far enough. Visit the Business section of Insider for more stories. Facebook announced this week it was expanding its rul...
Tags: Facebook, Instagram, Microsoft, California, Trends, Bill Gates, Vaccines, Kennedy, Ahmed, Misinformation, Robert F. Kennedy Jr, RFK Jr, Tech Insider, Samantha Lee, Anti-vaxx, Isobel Asher Hamilton

John Malkovich as eerie identical twins: Sandro Miller's best photograph

‘I wanted to pay homage to work that made my knees buckle. John looked nothing like Diane Arbus’s twins. But on set his spirit left and theirs came in’Ten years ago, I was diagnosed with stage 4 throat cancer. The prognosis wasn’t 100% positive and there were days when I’d lay in bed wondering if I’d ever be able to shoot again. I’m self-taught, and I started thinking about the images that had changed the way I thought about photography – work by Irving Penn, Richard Avedon and Diane Arbus, work...
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The Ultimate Guide to the Dark Academia Aesthetic (+ Outfit Ideas)

Add a little darkness to your wardrobe.
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YouTube will begin testing its answer to TikTok in the US starting next month

Noam Galai/Getty Images YouTube will begin testing Shorts in the US next month. The TikTok-rivaling feature lets users snap and upload videos of 15 seconds or less. Google has been beta testing the feature in India, where TikTok is currently banned. Visit the Business section of Insider for more stories. YouTube says it will begin testing Shorts, its TikTok-rivaling feature for shorter-length videos, in the US next month.The company announced on Wednesday that a beta of Shorts will appear...
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With Hasselblad in tow, OnePlus must learn from Huawei and Leica’s success

A rumor suggests OnePlus is working with camera maker Hasselblad on the OnePlus 9 Pro. If it's true, the pair need to learn from Huawei and Leica's success.
Tags: Android, Mobile, Photography, Opinion, Trends, Huawei, Oneplus, Hasselblad, Leica, Oneplus 9 Pro

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