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Mehaffey reveals mental struggles after social media criticism: "It’s been a tough couple of months"

Olivia Mehaffey en route to victory in the Woodbrook Scratch Cup with a new course record score 66 last August. Photo: Cashman Photography Arizona State’s Olivia Mehaffey shot a career-best, 10-under 62 on Sunday to put weeks of struggles behind her and answer the social media trolls who have been abusing her again, not for her appearance this time b...
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What is a digital footprint? How to protect yourself online, and keep your data from being used against you

It's important to know what kind of traces, or digital footprint, your online activities leave behind. Yagi Studio/Getty Images Your digital footprint refers to all the personal data and information available about you online. Your active digital footprint includes your emails, social media posts, and other messages with your name attached. Your passive digital footprint is information you unintentionally leave behind, like your IP address. Visit Insider's Tech Reference library f...
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Apply For A Free Sample Of Degree Dry Spray Antiperspirant

ChickAdvisor has a new sampling opportunity that you can apply for by clicking the link below. Answer a few questions by completing the short quiz, and you will soon find out if you qualify to receive and test a sample of Degree Women Black + White Dry Spray Antiperspirant. If you do qualify for the free sample you will be notified by ChickAdvisor via email in the next little while, and you will then receive the sample by mail in 2-3 weeks. Just as a note, one of the questions asks if you agree...
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In 19 months of chasing the sunrise, today's was the #1 best.

I gave you some unretouched photos earlier today — here — but let me give you a few more. These are modestly tweaked in Apple's Photos — basically just moving the "Light" slider a bit to the left. The lake has been melting and cracking up, and wind/waves are driving shards of ice to pile up on the shore. This is 7:02, the earliest shot, which makes me wish I'd gotten out 10 minutes earlier.   What a broiler! This was the scene at 7:04, with the shoreline ice looking cobalt blue.  7:05, fram...
Tags: Apple, Photography, Law, Sunrise, Lake Mendota, Ann Althouse


WATCH: Tiffany Haddish Cries After Finding Out She Won a Grammy

Tiffany Haddish became very emotional after she found out she’d won a Grammy … and it all happened while she was live on set filming an episode of Kids Say the Darndest Things. Via HuffPo: The comedian shared an emotional video on Twitter late on Sunday, just hours after she was awarded the Grammy for Best Comedy Album for her work on “Black Mitzvah.” In the video, Haddish is filming “Kids Say the Darndest Things with Tiffany Haddish” and hears in her earpiece from a producer that she’s won the ...
Tags: Videos, TV, Celebs, Instagram, Entertainment, Pop Culture, Jazz, Whoopi Goldberg, Grammys, Ava, United States of America, Lauren, Kids Say The Darndest Things, Tiffany Haddish, Haddish, Grammys 2021


‘The Batman’ Finally Wraps Filming and Director Matt Reeves Celebrates With an Image From the Set

The Caped Crusader’s COVID-troubled production has finally wrapped. The Batman director Matt Reeves announced the end of production following more than a full year of filming in the U.K. amid COVID-19 shutdowns and delays. The filmmaker marked the end of filming with an Instagram photo of his last day on set. Reeves announced that The Batman has officially wrapped filming as of March 13, snapping a pic from his last day on set and posting it on his Instagram and Twitter. “#LastDay,” the film...
Tags: Hbo, London, Movies, Instagram, Gotham, Robert-Pattinson, Andy Serkis, Colin Farrell, Batman, Warner Bros, Warner Brothers, Peter Sarsgaard, Jeffrey Wright, Alfred, Paul Dano, Reeves


Alexei Navalny moved to ‘concentration camp’ known for strict control

Kremlin critic reveals on Instagram he has arrived in penal colony north-east of Moscow and has a ‘freshly shaven head’The Kremlin critic Alexei Navalny is being held in a prison camp in the Vladimir region of Russia north-east of Moscow known for its strict control of inmates, a message posted on the opposition politician’s Instagram account confirmed on Monday.Navalny’s precise location had been unknown after his legal team said last week that he had been moved from the nearby Kolchugino jail ...
Tags: Europe, Instagram, Vladimir Putin, Russia, World news, Moscow, Kremlin, Alexei Navalny, Vladimir, Navalny, Kolchugino


Facebook announced a new plan to help users make COVID-19 vaccine appointments

Nick Wass/Associated Press Facebook partnered with Boston Children's Hospital to help users find nearby COVID-19 vaccine sites. The tech firm will also label all COVID-19 vaccine posts with World Health Organization information. "The data shows the vaccines are safe and they work," Mark Zuckerberg said in a Facebook post. See more stories on Insider's business page. Facebook announced a plan on Monday morning to help get people on the platform vaccinated.Facebook partnered with Bo...
Tags: Health, Facebook, Mark Zuckerberg, Science, News, Instagram, US, Trends, Joe Biden, Whatsapp, Argentina, World Health Organization, Anthony Fauci, Centers For Disease Control And Prevention, Zuckerberg, Boston Children s Hospital


We Are Social’s Monday Mashup #531

Instagram Lite launchesFacebook has its eyes on emerging markets, having released Instagram Lite after three years of planning. So what’s the buzz about? Instagram Lite is a version of the original app that is less data and storage intensive, taking up just 2MB on your phone, compared to the usual 30MB. It has the same editing, sharing and viewing functions as the full app, but in order to avoid a storage surge, the app leaves out many graphics. There is no advertising, you can’t create Reels, a...
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Matt Reeves Shares Set Photo as The Batman Wraps Filming

BEGIN SLIDESHOW Matt Reeves announces The Batman has wrapped filming After more than a full year of producing in the United Kingdom, The Batman has wrapped filming. The long-gestating production was mainly to the COVID-19 situation, which had a profound impact upon the movie’s set. The last hindrance occurred back on Sept. 3, 2020, when someone involved with the filming tested positive. Although the producers kept the name of that person quiet, several reports indicated The Batman star Ro...
Tags: Movies, Instagram, Robert Pattinson, Batman, Warner Bros, Reeves, Pattinson, Matt Reeves, ComingSoon, Movie News, Dc Films, Terry McGinnis, United Kingdom The Batman


Instagram: How to Use the Women in STEM Stickers in Stories

To mark Pi Day March 14, Instagram released a set of Women in STEM (science, technology, engineering and mathematics) stickers that users can place on their Instagram Stories posts. Even though Pi Day has passed, these stickers are still available to use. Our guide will show you how to use the Women in STEM Stickers...
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Facebook To Label, Add Information To Posts on Covid-19 Vaccine

Facebook, trying to counteract the spread of false information about vaccines, is planning to label posts about Covid-19 shots with a link to information from medical authorities including the World Health Organization. From a report: On Facebook-owned Instagram, which already has information labels on some posts, the wording will become clearer on messages from users seeking to discourage people from getting shots. For example, the company plans to say on some posts that "Covid-19 vaccines go t...
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Netflix’s Live-Action Cowboy Bebop Series Wraps Production!

Netflix’s live-action Cowboy Bebop series wraps production! Netflix’s live-action series adaptation of the iconic anime Cowboy Bebop has certainly seen its fair share of speed bumps in making its way from development through production but fans can look forward to seeing their favorite space cowboy soon as star Danielle Pineda has taken to Instagram to reveal that filming has officially concluded on the series! RELATED: CS Recommends: Cowboy Bebop, Plus Movies, Merch & More!   ...
Tags: TV, Movies, Instagram, Netflix, New Zealand, TV News, Streaming, Ed, John Cho, Julia, Javier Grillo Marxuach, ComingSoon, Shinichiro Watanabe, Cowboy Bebop, Spike Spiegel, TV Premiere


Kremlin Critic Navalny's Instagram Account Confirms He Is Being Held in a Prison Camp in Vladimir Region

MOSCOW (Reuters) - Kremlin critic Alexei Navalny's Instagram account confirmed on Monday that the jailed opposition politician is being held in a...
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Top 5 Mobile App Marketing Trends in 2021 Every Marketer Should Be Aware Of

With 3.2 billion smartphone users worldwide, it’s no surprise that the mobile app industry is a multi-billion one. 21% of Millennials open an app at least 50 times a day. An average smartphone user accesses ten apps per day and 30 each month. No wonder the mobile app industry is expected to generate over $935 billion in revenue by 2023. Building an app isn’t enough to thrive in this highly competitive industry. You have to focus on mobile app marketing as well. This step helps you reach out to y...
Tags: Google Play Store, Facebook, Business, Instagram, Wikipedia, Sales & Marketing, United Kingdom, Sony, Right Now, Julia, Julia Rogers, IAP, MyAssignmenthelp


The sky over Lake Mendota at 7:02 this morning — straight out of the iPhone, no color or light adjustments.

 All I did was level the horizon slightly. I was going to take this morning off from my usual sunrise run, but I could see the color developing very intensely and darted out at the last minute. Sunrise wasn't until 7:10, and by 7:10 the color was quite faded, into a sunrise that I'd have judged to be in the middling range of the sunrises I've seen since beginning my sunrise run series in September 2019. I got to my vantage point and got these pictures at 7:02, so you see it's crucial to get ...
Tags: Photography, Law, Sunrise, Lake Mendota, Ann Althouse


Costa Brava goes for Insta success with five-star prize

Tge par-three 11th at PGA Catalunya’s Stadium Course To mark the launch of the new Instagram account, golfers can win a fabulous trip to play at the Costa Brava’s most famous venue, Followers of the new @costabravagolf account could win two rounds at the world-renowned PGA Catalunya – which has previously hosted the European Tour Qualifying School Fin...
Tags: Travel, Instagram, Spain, Sport, Barcelona, Tourism, Golf, Mediterranean, Costa Brava, Girona, PGA Catalunya, Park Hotel San Jorge Flights


Dame Joan Collins shares heartbreaking family news

Dame Joan Collins took to Instagram on Sunday to share some very sad family news with her...
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Facebook to label all COVID-19 vaccine posts with pointer to official info

Facebook will soon label all posts discussing the coronavirus vaccination with a pointer to official information about COVID-19, it said today. It also revealed it has implemented some new “temporary” measures aimed at limiting the spread of vaccine misinformation/combating vaccine hesitancy — saying it’s reducing the distribution of content from users that have violated its policies on COVID-19 and vaccine misinformation; or “that have repeatedly shared content debunked as False or Altered by o...
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Facebook Studies the Spread of 'Vaccine Hesitancy', Finds Small Group Has Big Influence

The Washington Post reports: Facebook is conducting a vast behind-the-scenes study of doubts expressed by U.S. users about vaccines, a major project that attempts to probe and teach software to identify the medical attitudes of millions of Americans, according to documents obtained by The Washington Post. The research is a large-scale attempt to understand the spread of ideas that contribute to vaccine hesitancy, or the act of delaying or refusing a vaccination despite its availability, on soci...
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James Jordan shares heartbreaking Mother's Day post just 24 hours after father's death

James Jordan took to Instagram on Sunday to honour the most important women in his life...
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