About that neckace.

I went out running this morning to catch the dawn...   ... and as I was running, I was thinking about the post I'd just put up at 6:23. (The photograph was taken at 6:45.) The post talked about a WaPo columnist who had pasted together a ramshackle argument that rested absurdly heavily on a couple things Trump's nominee for ambassador to Germany had said about how women look — that Hillary Clinton was "starting to look like Madeleine Albright" and that Rachel Maddow ought to "take a breath and p...
Tags: Jewelry, Photography, Isis, Rachel Maddow, Law, Germany, Looks, Hillary Clinton, Homosexuality, Sunrise, Jesus, Msnbc, Jesus Christ, Trump, Dylan, Maddow

Teacher Gets Off Photographing Nude Male Student

Saitama’s Prefectural Board of Education has disciplined a male teacher after it was discovered he took nude photos of a former male student in “honor of their graduation”, choosing to take away one month of his salary as opposed to issuing a disciplinary dismissal. Taking place back in March 2019, the 42-year-old male teacher invited […]
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At the Sunrise Café...

  ... you can talk about whatever you want. [Author: [email protected] (Ann Althouse)]
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New Perseverance panorama lets you zoom in to see amazing detail

NASA's Mars rover has just delivered a remarkable 142-image panorama that lets you zoom in to see the red planet, and the rover itself, in amazing detail.
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The communist who raised me: photographer Ruth Maddison interrogates her father's Asio file

Wire taps and surveillance were everyday facts of life for Sam Goldbloom and his family. Now, his daughter reimagines that period of their lives in a major survey exhibitionFrom an early age, Ruth Maddison knew her father, Sam Goldbloom, was being watched. “He used to tell us not to worry about the men sitting in the car in front of the house … we were aware the clicks on the phone meant ‘they’ were listening too,” the award-winning Melbourne-born photographer says.“They” were the Australian Sec...
Tags: Photography, Australia news, Surveillance, Culture, Art and design, Australian politics, Espionage, Melbourne, Canberra, Australian intelligence agencies, ASIO, Security Intelligence Organisation, Goldbloom, Ruth Maddison, Sam Goldbloom, World Peace Council

Douglas Elliman launches agent influencer-assisted ad campaign

The brokerage is launching a new ad campaign starting on Wednesday with the help of its celebrity agents, including Fredrik Eklund, The Altman Brothers and Tracy Tutor.
Tags: Florida, Texas, Instagram, Colorado, California, Massachusetts, Marketing, Radio, Brooklyn, Luxury, Connecticut, Queens, Manhattan, Agent, Vaccine, Hulu

The hat is back...

 ... and a new head too. A tiny head... but a head nonetheless:  Yesterday, the head and hat were gone. Two days ago, the full-sized head was there, with the hat, and the overall effect was much more sprightly and exuberant, with the cane flung upward as if dancing like Fred Astaire. Today, with the warmer weather, the snow is sagging, and the snowman, bent over, seems to be using the cane like an old man who needs a cane. [Author: [email protected] (Ann Althouse)]
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Instagram Marks Women’s History Month With Video Series TogetHER

Instagram unveiled video series TogetHER Wednesday with the aim of sharing the stories of women entrepreneurs with Women's History Month coming up in March. TogetHER was created, developed and produced by, an "international collective of creative intelligence," and and Instagram worked together to find and cast subjects. The videos will appear on @instagramforbusiness...
Tags: Instagram, Advertising, Diversity, Social Pro Daily, Equity and Inclusion, Instagram Marks Women

Millennials are snapping up homes before they even see them, and it's the latest way they're bringing house hunting online

dardespot/Getty Images Millennials are buying houses without seeing them in person first, reported The NYT. It's socially distanced, a fast way to make a bid, and second nature for a tech-savvy generation. They're also snapping up homes on Instagram and finalizing loans and mortgages online. Visit the Business section of Insider for more stories. Some millennials are finally making the leap into homeownership - and many are doing so without first seeing houses in person.These first-time h...
Tags: New York Post, Instagram, Trends, House, New York Times, Zillow, Redfin, Shayne Benowitz, Finkelstein, Kamin, Hillary Hoffower, Better Mortgage, Debra Kamin, Sarah Pierce, Benowitz, Clever Real Estate

11 of the best bathroom makeovers on Instagram

Instagram is the place to go for the most epic before and after home renovation photos, and...
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Jay Blades shares adorable childhood snap as he celebrates his birthday

Jay Blades celebrated his 51st birthday at the weekend and took to Instagram to share an...
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How to Make Money with YouTube Affiliate Marketing

If you’re ready to dive into the world of affiliate marketing, there are a few ways to do it. Many people choose to start a blog, while others go with a social media platform like Instagram or TikTok. Among all of the options, YouTube reigns as one of the best platforms of affiliate marketing. According to Hootsuite, YouTube has a massive built-in audience of 2 billion monthly active users, and it’s not slowing down. The popular video platform gives affiliate marketers all of the tools to effect...
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Protect Yourself From Facebook and Instagram Ad Scams

Shopping on social media has come with more risks as the pandemic grinds along. Since last year, scams from online purchases make up nearly half of all complaints in the Better Business Bureau’s Scam Tracker, with many of those complaints pointing a finger at shady ads on Instagram and Facebook. Here’s how you can…Read more...
Tags: Facebook, Instagram, Fraud, Software, Lifehacks, Better Business Bureau, Operating Systems, Mobile Software, Facebook Here, Confidence Tricks, Video Software, Technology Internet

The artist behind the iconic Strawberry Shortcake and Care Bears on creating from home, how she comes up with new characters, and her love of social media

Muriel Fahrion. Muriel Fahrion Muriel Fahrion of Outta Thin Air Studio helped develop iconic characters Strawberry Shortcake and Care Bears. She resides in Tulsa, where she's been creating characters for the current climate. She's also capitalized on social media to drive sales and connect with followers. Visit Insider's homepage for more stories. Muriel Fahrion, owner of Outta Thin Air Studio, was working at greeting cards company American Greetings in Cleveland more than 40 years ago whe...
Tags: Facebook, Instagram, Trends, Archer, Oklahoma, Cleveland, Massacre, Olivia, Tulsa Oklahoma, Tulsa, Greenwood, Strawberry Shortcake, American Greetings, Care Bears, Muriel Fahrion, Tulsa Race Massacre

We tried Instagram's favorite olive oil, and this is what we thought

Known for its ultra-gorgeous colorful bottles, Brightland specializes in unique olive oils, but do they taste good? We found out.
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Looking up: the sky in lockdown – in pictures

Photographer Martin Godwin has been focusing on the sky for inspiration in the third lockdown‘The sky, it’s something that we all share. We all live our lives under the sky, we all breath the same air. And whatever the weather – it can affect all of our moods’ Continue reading...
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Art, unlocked: Italy's museums quietly reopen – in pictures

After Italy’s government loosened Covid-19 restrictions in much of the country – including Lazio, the region that contains Rome and Vatican City – newly reopened museums are offering local visitors the opportunity to enjoy artworks undisturbed by the usual crowds of international tourists Continue reading...
Tags: Art, Europe, Photography, World news, Rome, Italy, Vatican City, Lazio, Coronavirus

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