What if there were a color that could drive (some) people mad?

Nope.— Kathy Griffin (@kathygriffin) July 12, 2021 It's some kind of litmus test, so take the test:  What is your reaction to this Ivanka family photo? Why are they doing that? Why? Why! What does it mean? That color?!! It's nuts! How lovely for them to dress up, coordinated like that, embodying family harmony. Absurd, stylish clowns, tweaking the uptight lefties, with just — a color! Sometimes pure color comes to the fore and overshadows celebrity,...
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Jordan's Government Used Secretly Recorded Clubhouse Audio To Spread Disinformation

In a new report released last week by The Stanford Internet Observatory, researchers analyzed a Jordanian disinformation network that pushed pro-monarchy and pro-military narratives on Facebook, Twitter, and TikTok. The campaign, which Facebook said in a separate report had links to the Jordanian military, also republished audio that had been secretly recorded on Clubhouse. Rest of World reports: Researchers said this is the first time they have identified a disinformation operation that relied ...
Tags: Facebook, Instagram, Tech, Jordan, Facebook Twitter, King Abdullah II, Hamzah, Stanford Internet Observatory, Shelby Grossman, Prince Hamzah, Clubhouse Rest of World, Internet Observatory, Jordan Open Source Association

How the Best in the World Reverse Engineer Success

REVERSE ENGINEERING is systematically taking things apart to discover how and why they work. It is routinely done in tech—Steve Jobs and Bill Gates copied and improved on Xerox Palo Alto Research Center’s Alto computer to bring us the Macintosh and windows—but it is also done in with the best speeches, art, movies, music, and literature to discover what makes them so successful. Just as both “Jobs and Gates reaped enormous benefit from studying the works of their contemporaries, extracting cruc...
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Sunrise sequence: 5:32, 5:34:25, 5:34:40, 5:37:13, 5:37:52.

   [Author: [email protected] (Ann Althouse)]
Tags: Photography, Law, Sunrise, Lake Mendota, Ann Althouse

Jennifer Lopez 'likes' throwback photo of a buff Ben Affleck

It seems Instagram’s algorithm has introduced J.Lo to a Bennifer fan account.
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‘Black Adam’ Behind-the-Scenes Image Gives Us a Closer Look at Dwayne Johnson’s Costume

Dwayne Johnson has been attached to play the DC Comics antihero Black Adam since 2007, and it’s clear this is a role he’s devoted an awful lot of time to getting right. Now that the film is finally in production, the costume department is working hard to make sure the character has a distinct look, and Johnson has shared a new photo that teases the fruits of their labor. Black Adam’s Costume Johnson took to Instagram to share this photo, which he says “gives you a tactile sense of the abso...
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Facebook employees are reportedly begging the company to do more about racist comments attacking English soccer players after the team lost the Euro Cup final

Bukayo Saka on July 11, 2021. LAURENCE GRIFFITHS/POOL/AFP via Getty Images Employees are frustrated with Facebook as racist comments fill Black soccer players' accounts. Employees said the company needs to act faster and "can't be seen as complicit in this." One employee said they've reported so many comments that they are now disabled from doing so. See more stories on Insider's business page. Facebook employees are begging the company to take more aggressive action agains...
Tags: Facebook, England, News, Instagram, Mac, Sports, Trends, Social Media, Racism, Employees, Donald Trump, Rashford, Marcus Rashford, Tech Insider, Saka, Content Moderation

Victoria Beckham's unreal glitter knee-high boots have Instagram obsessed

Victoria Beckham likes to keep her legion of Instagram fans up to date with her new drops...
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Why LA band Arms Akimbo is turning its new album into a TV show

In a rough cut of the video for “It Takes,” the first song from the upcoming album by L.A.-born band Arms Akimbo, the three band members are fishing alongside a river when a young woman comes by and catches the eye of one of the musicians just before she catches the first fish. The video is less than a minute long, so people only get to hear a small portion of the song and may be left wondering what will happen next with the blossoming love story and what about that song? Stay tuned for the next...
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Top 10 Facebook Marketing Tips That Work

Nowadays, the younger generation is increasingly opting for other digital or social marketing platforms such as Instagram or Snapchat. But amongst all the other newly formed social platforms, Facebook continues to stand as an efficient advertising tool dominating the online marketing industry. The traffic on Facebook is the highest among all social media sites. It keeps on increasing by 16% every year. Currently, almost 2 billion users login into Facebook daily. Businesses must establish a stron...
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Stop Trading Time for Money

Passion and curiosity drive the artist towards a craft that usually isn’t the most lucrative. Early on, we jump on any opportunity to make money. But quickly, reality sets in. Bills, taxes, medical costs, equipment- it adds up fast, and we realize that we going to have to charge more. So how do we scale a creative business? In this episode I take a question from Fritz, a photographer working hourly, about how to do just that. To get you thinking before the show: What part of the business do you ...
Tags: Photography, Podcast, Nike, Career Development, Growth, Fritz, chasejarvisLIVE, How To Scale A Business, Multiple Revenue Streams

Magnum’s great escape: confinement and liberation – in pictures

It’s been 16 months since the pandemic grounded the world. These images from Magnum’s July square print sale explore themes of being shut in – and getting away from it allSigned or estate-stamped museum-quality 6”x6” prints by Magnum Photos photographers are available here, for one week only, for $100 each Continue reading...
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How to share iPhone photos with Android devices

Photo sharing between iOS and Android can get a little tricky. We show you various techniques to share a single or group of photos between platforms.
Tags: Iphone, Apple, Ios, Android, Mobile, Photography, Trends, How-to

We Are Social’s Monday Mashup #545

Instagram declares it’s no longer a photo-sharing app In a recent post, Head of Instagram Adam Mosseri declared that the platform is “no longer a photo-sharing app”; instead, it will be focusing its efforts on improving the user experience around entertainment and video. Mosseri also detailed some of the new features and experiments that Instagram has been working on – including outlining its four key areas of focus going forwards: Creators, Video, Shopping and Messaging. ...
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Black Adam Set Photo Reveals Glimpse at the Anti-Hero’s Iconic Suit

BEGIN SLIDESHOW During the final week of production for Warner Bros. Pictures’ Black Adam, lead star Dwayne Johnson took to Instagram to share a brand new behind-the-scenes photo from the Atlanta set of the highly-anticipated DC film. The new Black Adam set photo, which you can check out below, provides us our first glimpse at Johnson in the anti-hero’s iconic black suit. The blockbuster actor went on to describe his suit as “not your typical DC or Marvel padded muscle suit,” emphasizing th...
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UK agonises after racial abuse of England football stars

London (AFP) – Political leaders and footballing chiefs in Britain expressed disgust on Monday at racial abuse targeting England stars, including three black players who missed penalties in the Euro 2020 final against Italy. But as Facebook vowed yet again to look into abuse on its Instagram platform, Prime Minister Boris Johnson himself came under stinging criticism for earlier refusing to condemn fans who had booed English players’ campaign against racism.  England manager Gareth Southgate sa...
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Yes, this celebrity-fave face peel is as good as they say it is. For a change.

I’ve been recommending Aloisia Beauty’s Korean-inspired clean beauty products since they first launched. (Like, here for example!) The brand was co-created by a longtime colleague and to be honest, I’ve been so impressed by every product I’ve tried so far.Then, a thing happened: Kate Hudson posted to Instagram about their GLOW Exfoliating Soft Peel being a “new […]
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Patricia Heaton celebrates three years sober in 'freedom from alcohol' Instagram post

Patricia Heaton told followers she was celebrating three years sober from alcohol in a post on Instagram.        [Author: USA TODAY]
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This morning at 5:12 and 5:28.

 What happened after 5:28 was interesting too, but I'll save that for later. Oh, the suspense! You can imagine, given the structure of the clouds at the point where the sun will emerged. I wanted to put the first 2 photos up early because I'm going through my email, and I see this question from Portly Pirate: "Have you ever mentioned which season is your favorite for sunrises? Do you even have a favorite?"If I clicked my "sunrise" tag and scrolled and scrolled, I might be able to form an opi...
Tags: Photography, Law, Aging, Time, Clouds, Sunrise, Seasons, Don, Lake Mendota, Ann Althouse

Wildlife in the frame: photography sale aims to raise $1m for Africa’s parks

Five photographers share the story behind their shot, as images go on sale to support conservation charityMore than 150 wildlife photographers are taking part in a sale of wildlife prints to raise money for African Parks, a South Africa-based conservation NGO. In 2020, the first Prints for Wildlife sale raised $660,200 (£479,000), with more than 6,500 prints sold within 30 days.This year, the initiative, founded by two photographers, Pie Aerts from the Netherlands and Austrian Marion Payr, is ai...
Tags: Photography, Africa, World news, Wildlife, Netherlands, Global development, African Parks a South Africa, Pie Aerts, Marion Payr

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