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Watch this breathtaking drone video of a volcanic eruption

Aerial filmmaker Stefan Forster has created an extraordinary piece of work that captures the breathtaking beauty of a volcanic eruption.
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YouTube Is Once Again the Most Popular Social Media Platform

According to a new report, YouTube has dethroned Facebook to become the most popular social media platform. Engadget reports: According to the report, YouTube and Facebook are the most widely used platforms. But of the two, only YouTube is still growing, increasing its share of users from 73 percent of adults in 2019, to 81 percent in 2021. Facebook's numbers, meanwhile, remained unchanged from 2019 at 69 percent. "Facebook's growth has leveled off over the last five years, but it remains one of...
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How to clear cache, history, and cookies on iPhone for Safari and iOS apps, to free up space and improve speed

You can clear your iPhone cache for Safari and other apps, or offload apps to increase storage space. Narisara Nami/Getty Images You can clear cache, history, and cookies on your iPhone for Safari to improve speed and performance. You can also clear cache for iPhone apps by offloading or deleting them to free up space. When you clear cache, you may lose some saved data from Safari or iPhone apps, like passwords and files. Visit Insider's Tech Reference library for more stories. Appl...
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So, You Wanna Be a Backcountry Skier?

So, you want to be a backcountry skier or snowboarder? Great choice. No more chairlift rides or moguls for you because there’s a whole world of incredible, untracked mountains out there to explore. But the backcountry isn’t all powder and sunshine. There’s also breakable crust, bushwhacking, and of course, avalanche hazard. Put simply, the backcountry is a wicked learning environment, and it’s not for the unprepared. This isn’t a checklist for your first tour or a gear guide that will fully equ...
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Survey: How Students Attitudes About Arts Education Are Changing In The COVID Era

Student responses show that their biggest concerns are the high cost of tuition for remote classes and the changes to their social lives on campus. But students interested in the arts say they have embraced the difficulties of virtual arts learning by pivoting to digital showcases, as well as platforms like Instagram and TikTok. – American Theatre
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Smallest Businesses Seeing Slower Sales Since Pandemic

Small businesses with ten employees or less are seeing slower sales since pre-pandemic times. This was the finding of a report by Skynova, online invoicing specialists for small businesses. Skynova surveyed more than 1,000 professionals to find out how digital changes have impacted their business and employees during the health crisis. Proficiency in Technology and Shifting Operations Online The survey found that 37% of small businesses are most likely to have worse sales compared to before C...
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‘Hill killerz’ trend has managed to make climbing hills fun

Maria Schur is adding something new to climbing: smiles.(Photo: Madi Carlson) “Historically, I’ve hated hills. But what are you going to do? Ride around every single hill?”— Maria Schur When it comes to bicycling, Portlander Maria Schur has morphed from hill hater to hill lover. And now, her personal journey has led her to spread that love to others. Maria is Portland’s hill-climbing ambassador. A sloped street sommelier whose infectious love of riding bikes and building community has...
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Canada: Protecting Your Instagram Account: 4 Ways To Keep Your Page Open For Business - Miller Thomson LLP

Social media platforms like Instagram are an excellent tool for running an online business. However, conducting your business through Instagram raises a serious risk: account deactivation.
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Big tech can't keep our kids safe, so the platforms need to at least make it easier for parents to protect their children online

Junior, 7, recovering from COVID-19, plays games on his father's phone on April 25, 2020 in Stamford, Connecticut. John Moore/Getty Images Social media platforms don't adequately prioritize online safety for kids - but we've been asking the wrong things of them. Children face real dangers online, including issues like bullying, sexual predators, and more. Big Tech needs to partner with parents to give them greater control over their children's online worlds. Brian Bason is ...
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Mark Zuckerberg's Details Leaked in Facebook Data Breach

Facebook CEO Mark Zuckerberg's own personal information was among the details of 533 million Facebook users that leaked in a data breach, it has emerged. Facebook has now confirmed that the leaked data was obtained not by a hack, but by scraping the platform prior to September 2019. The company now says that an exploit was found in its contact importer, but the "specific issue that allowed them to scrape this data in 2019 no longer exists." Facebook has not clarified exactly what personal in...
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A cartoon before first communion: Susan Kandel’s best photograph

‘Left to her own devices, she’d be in a T-shirt and out in the dirt. But she’s been told to be good, stand still and not mess up her dress’This photo was easy because this is my niece, who’s getting ready for her first communion. Her normal state was to be very active, never stationary for more than a minute. Left to her own devices, she’d be wearing a T-shirt and probably out there in the dirt. What I see in this picture is that she’s been told to be good, stand still and not mess up her dress....
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Social Media Organic Reach 2021: Who Actually Sees Your Content

How much value do you currently place on your organic content strategy? What was once the sole focus of social media marketing has nearly become an afterthought as businesses allocate more and more of their budgets into social media advertising. And who can blame them when the networks have forced everyone into a “pay-to-play” world and regularly adjust their algorithms to downplay organic reach. Within the following post, we’re breaking down insights and best practices based on our recent...
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Why and How to benefit from Instagram Stories

Instagram is the largest social network today, and the communication power it offers businesses is unique. It is one of the best tools you can find to build brand awareness and grow your engagement with your public, which is what consumers expect companies to do today. Here is why you should use Instagram stories, and how to do so. Using Instagram Story Templates How many other ways do you have to reach a market of 500 million people? That is the number of worldwide users Instagram gathe...
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Jessica Simpson's luscious lips send fans wild in sweet new family photo

Jessica Simpson posted an adorable family photo on Instagram over the weekend and her...
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Managing Guest Relations and Upholding Corporate Digital Responsibility In The Hospitality Industry | By Binu Mathews

Technology is evolving at a record pace, and these emerging digital technologies are now reshaping traditional business practices. As digital technologies and related data become increasingly prevalent, it is natural that ethical concerns regarding the usage of these technologies arise, especially in situations where the ordinary citizen's private information is involved. The hospitality industry, in particular, engages in data capturing and data storing on a mass scale. Moreover, digita...
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Navalny says he's continuing hunger strike despite a high temperature and bad cough

Jailed Russian opposition leader Alexey Navalny is continuing his hunger strike despite having a high temperature and a bad cough, according to a post shared by his team on his official Instagram account.
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The horror safari: why was Francis Bacon so triggered by dead elephants?

When the great painter died, 200 macabre photographs of elephant carcasses were found in his studio. They were by Peter Beard – and they propelled the artist into the heart of darknessIf you look into the eyes of a portrait, especially a self-portrait, by Rembrandt, you seem to see a “soul”. Such religious ideas and readings have shaped the story of art from its very beginnings and continue to seduce us today. But Francis Bacon was the first artist to paint people as animals. His subjects are re...
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