Dreams dreamed, now the trick is to make it all happen — black nebula carrots and all.

FROM THE EMAIL: Sarah from VA writes: Is it OK to try and do a cafe-type post via e-mail? Well, I'm going to try! I'm excited for your garden! I'm weirdly interested in the fact that you're planting wheat and barley. Are they going to be primarily ornamental grasses or are you actually planning on harvesting? Does Meade have grand plans for baking a loaf of bread Little-Red-Hen-style?  I spent hours and hours this week putting in some raised beds in our yard. You'd think my kids had no toy...
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The NBA's return-to-work plan

Hello and welcome to Insider Advertising for April 16. I'm senior advertising reporter Lauren Johnson, and here's what's going on:The NBA's return-to-work plan.ABC News' new president Kim Godwin.TikTok micro and nano influencers.If this email was forwarded to you, sign up here for your daily insider's guide to advertising and media.Tips, comments, suggestions? Drop me a line at [email protected] or on Twitter at @LaurenJohnson. Russell Westbrook #4 of the Washingto...
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Leading Thoughts for April 15, 2021

IDEAS shared have the power to expand perspectives, change thinking, and move lives. Here are two ideas for the curious mind to engage with: I. Yale sociologist and physician Nicholas Christakis reflects on what we are likely to see as we move beyond the COVID-19 pandemic period: “If history is a guide, it seems likely that consumption will come back with a vengeance. Periods of plague-driven austerity have often been followed by periods of liberal spending. If the Roaring Twenties following ...
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Sights and sounds from Japan’s most dystopian train station

Earlier this year I added an audio track to some photos of a wonderfully atmospheric old drinking alleyway. It was an experiment that definitely gave the images something extra, so having made a few recordings in Niigata’s unique Tsutsuishi station several years ago, I decided to re-edit the photos I’d taken, narrow down the selection and post them below with sounds that are arguably as distinctive as the station itself. First built in 1912, it was originally above ground, but that all changed...
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56 thoughtful gift ideas for your wife, from a perfume discovery set to a personalized photo collage

If you buy through our links, we may earn money from affiliate partners. Learn more. AUrate A thoughtful gift for your wife is key, whether it's for a birthday, anniversary, or just because. We rounded up 56 great gift ideas for her, from unique and personalized gifts to romantic gifts. Looking for more gift ideas? Check out all of Insider Reviews' gift guides here. Putting extra care into picking out a thoughtful gift for your wife is a great way to make her feel special and s...
Tags: Reviews, Apple, Amazon, Facebook, Europe, Nordstrom, Gift Guide, Japan, London, Instagram, Shopping, Disney, Trends, Gifts, Aclu, Patagonia

A Beautiful Day

Yesterday, early in April, I was getting ready to go out when it suddenly got dark. I looked out the window and it was raining and then it hailed. A few minutes later it actually started snowing! There wasn’t much here but places north of Paris and the rest of Europe got a lot. That’s Spring for you. A spot of sun along the Seine. It was a beautiful but cold day after the snow the day before. Y ou can’t expect to kiss someone in public and not get your photo taken. The nice Sq...
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Instagram apologizes after algorithm promotes harmful diet content to people with eating disorders

Instagram has apologized for a “mistake” that led its algorithm to promote harmful diet content to people with eating disorders. The social network had been automatically recommending terms including “appetite suppressant,” which campaigners feared could lead vulnerable people to relapse. Facebook, which owns Instagram, told the BBC that the suggestions were triggered by a new search functionality: As part of this new feature, when you tap on the search bar, we’ll suggest topics you may want to ...
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Advocates say kids’ Instagram product would ‘put young users at great risk’

Children’s health advocates urged Mark Zuckerberg to abandon the plan citing the negative effects of social media on children An international coalition of children’s health advocates has called on Facebook to abandon its plans to build an Instagram product for kids, citing harm to teens from excessive use of social media.The campaign comes after Buzzfeed broke the news in March that Facebook seeks to build an Instagram product for people under the age of 13. The company currently requires users...
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Consumer groups and child development experts petition Facebook to drop ‘Instagram for kids’ plan

A coalition of 35 consumer advocacy groups along with 64 experts in child development have co-signed a letter to Facebook asking the company to reconsider its plans to launch a version of Instagram for children under the age of 13, which Facebook has confirmed to be in development. In the letter, the groups and experts argue that social media is linked with several risk factors for younger children and adolescents, related to both their physical health and overall well-being. The letter was writ...
Tags: Social, Facebook, Apps, Mark Zuckerberg, Instagram, Tech, Ftc, Zuckerberg, Democratic, Congressional, U S Federal Trade Commission, Commercial Free Childhood, Tiktok

World Press Photo 2021 winners – in pictures

We take a look at some of the winning images from the 64th annual photo contest. The overall winner is an image of an embrace given to a resident of a care home in São Paulo by Mads Nissen Continue reading...
Tags: Photography, Media, UK News, World news, Culture, News photography, Art and design, Sao Paulo, World Press Photo Contest, Mads Nissen

Instagram: How to Restore a Recently Deleted Post

Did you know that Instagram gives users a limited amount of time to restore the posts they've deleted? When users delete a regular post or a Stories post from their Archive, they'll have up to 30 days to restore the post before it's permanently deleted. If users delete a Stories post within the first 24...
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Facebook to test new business discovery features in U.S. News Feed

Facebook announced this morning it will begin testing a new experience for discovering businesses in its News Feed in the U.S. When live, users to tap on topics they’re interested in underneath posts and ads in their News Feed in order to explore related content from businesses. The change comes at a time when Facebook has been arguing how Apple’s App Tracking Transparency update will impact its — a claim many have dismissed as misleading, but nevertheless led some about the impacts to their...
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Peloton Seemingly Rolling Back GymKit Support

Peloton appears to be rolling back its support for Apple GymKit on the Bike+, which was one of the first consumer-oriented machines to feature the option of Apple Watch integration, according to Connect The Watts. Peloton was among the first companies to support GymKit on its home fitness machines, allowing users to easily and directly pair their Apple Watch with their bike. This meant that users could see heart rate information from the Apple Watch on the machine and feed workout metrics int...
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Thursday sunrise.

6:27 6:29: [Author: [email protected] (Ann Althouse)]
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Follow Us on Instagram

In case you didn’t hear we’ve begun more conversations on Instagram – come join us @sexymarriageradio Hop over and follow us to join in the Stories and Conversations. We also will regularly be posting tips and ideas to spice up your marriage, or address common issues we all face in relationships. Here are some of […] The post Follow Us on Instagram appeared first on Sexy Marriage Radio.
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Peloton Seemingly Rolling Back GymKit Support [Updated]

Peloton appears to be rolling back its support for Apple GymKit on the Bike+, which was one of the first consumer-oriented machines to feature the option of Apple Watch integration, according to Connect The Watts. Peloton was among the first companies to support GymKit on its home fitness machines, allowing users to easily and directly pair their Apple Watch with their bike. This meant that users could see heart rate information from the Apple Watch on the machine and feed workout metrics int...
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A new platform is helping influencers create their own product lines

Ronak Trivedi. Hi, this is Amanda Perelli and welcome back to Insider Influencers, our weekly rundown on the business of influencers, creators, and social-media platforms. Sign up for the newsletter here.In this week's edition:A new startup is helping influencers create and sell productsThe exact media kit a TikTok influencer house uses to land brand dealsHow TikTok is shaping beauty and skincare brand trendsA look inside the influencer council of fintech giant KlarnaAnd more includ...
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Pearpop raises from The Chainsmokers, Alexis Ohanian, Amy Schumer, Kevin Hart, Mark Cuban, Marshmello, and Snoop Dogg

Pearpop, the marketplace for social collaborations between the teeming hordes of musicians, craftspeople, chefs, clowns, diarists, dancers, artists, actors, acrobats, aspiring celebrities and actual celebrities, has raised $16 million in funding that includes what seems like half of Hollywood, along with Alexis Ohanian’s Seven Seven Six venture firm and Bessemer Venture Partners. The funding was actually split between a $6 million seed funding round co-led by Ashton Kutcher and Guy Oseary’s Soun...
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Ariana Grande Cloud Video Review

This bottle was next to impossible to photograph and I also had to wait for a day that had perfect clouds in the sky! Ariana Grande Cloud. I love it. I can’t wear it every day but I do want …... Visit to read the rest of this article.
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Instagram apologises for promoting weight-loss content to users with eating disorders

Social media platform says it was a ‘mistake’ and that harmful terms have been removed in an updateInstagram has apologised for a “mistake” that meant it promoted weight-loss content to users with eating disorders.A new feature on the social network provides users with suggested search terms based on their interests, with default prompts including terms such as “yard work”, “home decor” or “sunsets”. But some people with eating disorders found the app was prompting them to search for terms like ...
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DJI Air 2S enters pro territory with its one-inch camera sensor and 5.4K video

Now positioned as a flagship drone, the DJI Air 2S, which features a one-inch camera sensor, offers better quality from the start
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DJI Air 2S Review: Superb results without the work

Get the best results the first time around. That's exactly what the DJI Air 2S delivers with its new camera.
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12 Best Ecommerce Platforms and Software for Your Online Store

Besides having a brick-and-mortar shop, going online to offer your products and services comes with lots of opportunities for your business. An eCommerce platform is a software application that helps businesses sell products and services online. Ecommerce platforms also help businesses manage their websites, marketing, sales, and other various operations. The first obvious perk is the ability of your business to reach a larger customer base and access markets outside your proximity. Besides boo...
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Peter Andre sparks major fan reaction with hair transformation: photo

Peter Andre has gone for the chop! The father-of-four took to Instagram this week to reveal...
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Ivanka Trump's Instagram account was flooded with angry comments after she posted photos of herself getting a COVID-19 vaccine

Ivanka Trump. Alex Wong/Getty Images Ivanka Trump shared photos of herself getting a COVID-19 vaccine, encouraging others to do so. But she was met with angry comments from people saying they wouldn't and that she made a mistake. See more stories on Insider's business page. Ivanka Trump shared photos of herself getting a coronavirus vaccine on her Instagram and Twitter accounts, but was flooded with comments from people who were angry with her for getting the shot.Trump encouraged ...
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Best Prime Day Drone Deals 2021: What to expect

Prime Day is nearing and we're checking out what to expect from the Prime Day drone sales that should happen soon.
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10 things in tech you need to know today

Andrew Harnik/AP Good morning and welcome to 10 Things in Tech. If this was forwarded to you, sign up here.Let's get started.1. Facebook could face a fine in the billions for its leak of 533 million people's data. The social-media company is under investigation in the EU for its massive data leak, and is being threatened with a fine of up to 4% of its $86 billion global revenue. ICYMI: Here's how to check if your information was breached. 2. Oracle billionaire Larry Ellison ...
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