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Years ago I had lunch at Au Pied de Cochon, a restaurant celebrating pork and open since 1947 and 24 hours a day. It has been visited by many French celebrities and political figures and is famous for its onion soup. The interior is fabulous. One of the gorgeous lamps there. Pigs decorating the bar. My friend had steak tartare, raw minced beef, to which you add all sort of things along with the egg yolk, such as worcestershire sauce, mustard, etc. I had the famous onion...
Tags: Travel, Photos, Paris, Interior, Au Pied de Cochon, Onion Soup, Saint Eustache Church, Crepes Suzette, Pied de Couchon restaurarnt, Steak Tartare


Jeff Bezos shares video of Oliver Daemen, the 18-year-old who will fly with him and become the youngest person to go to space

Oliver Daemen, 18, will fly to space with billionaire Jeff Bezos on Tuesday. Jeff Bezos/Instagram Jeff Bezos shared a video to Instagram on Sunday sharing more information about 18-year-old Oliver Daemen. Daemen will join Bezos on Blue Origin's New Shepard on Tuesday when it flys to the edge of space. Daemen will be the youngest person to ever fly to space and says he feels a "responsibility" to get young people interested in space. See more stories on Insider's business page. Amaz...
Tags: Space, News, Instagram, Trends, Jeff Bezos, Blue Origin, Space Race, Mark, Bezos, New Shepard, Wally, Amazon and Blue Origin, Tech Insider, Rocketship, Daemen, Wally Funk


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Social media has hooked young investors on finance, but a growing number are taking more and more risks. 'Finfluencers' and money experts say it's time for some caution.

Young investors can make mistakes that can end up costing them Tom Werner/Getty Images There has been an increase of financial education and advice content on social media apps, enticing young investors. Recent research shows that young investors are following riskier, more short-term strategies to make profits. 'Finfluencers' and money experts alike urge have urged young investors to be cautious. Sign up here for our daily newsletter, 10 Things Before the Opening Bell. The rise of...
Tags: Instagram, Trends, Barclays, Dunlap, Jobson, Tom Werner Getty, TikTok Instagram, TikTok Reddit, Sophie Kiderlin, Tori Dunlap, Myron Jobson


Just 12 people are responsible for the majority of COVID-19 conspiracy theories online, study finds. JFK's anti-vaxxer nephew is one of the 'disinformation dozen.'

The disinformation dozen, which includes Robert F. Kennedy Jr, are twelve anti-vaxxers who play leading roles in spreading digital misinformation about COVID-19 vaccines. Getty Images 12 people are responsible for the majority of COVID-19 disinformation shared online, according to a new study. The CCDH found that 65% of anti-vaccine posts on Facebook and Twitter could be attributed to the "disinformation dozen." The disinformation dozen includes a bodybuilder, a wellness blogger, and JFK&...
Tags: Facebook, Twitter, Science, Technology, News, Instagram, Trends, News UK, Conspiracy Theorists, Jfk, Misinformation, Facebook Instagram Twitter, Robert F Kennedy Jr, Anti-vaxxers, Kelly Brogan, Coronavirus


Fired Covid-19 Data Manager is Now Running for Congress

Florida's fired Department of Health data manager Rebekah Jones lost access to her 400,000 followers on Twitter last month — which she'd been using to criticize Florida governor Ron DeSantis for downplaying the severity of the state's Covid-19 crisis. Then Jones announced she'd be running for Congress. "This also means, under Desantis' recently signed social media law, I get to fine Twitter $250K per day until my account is restored starting July 1." Orlando Weekly reports: After a media frenz...
Tags: Twitter, Florida, Instagram, Congress, America, Tech, Jones, Department Of Health, Slashdot, Ron DeSantis, Daniel Ellsberg, DeSantis, U S White House, Orlando Weekly, COVID, Rebekah Jones


Facebook rejects Joe Biden's claim it's 'killing people' with misinformation, saying vaccine hesitancy among its users has dropped by 50%

President Joe Biden, left, and Facebook CEO Mark Zuckerberg. Reuters/Alan Freed; Tom Williams/CQ Roll Call Joe Biden said vaccine misinformation on platforms like Facebook is "killing people." Facebook responded by saying vaccine hesitancy among its users has fallen 50% since April 2020. Facebook said Biden is trying to blame it for missing his goal of 60% vaccination by July 4. See more stories on Insider's business page. Facebook is firing back at Joe Biden for claiming the social me...
Tags: Facebook, Politics, News, Instagram, US, Trends, Social Media, Tech, Joe Biden, Vaccine, Biden, University Of Maryland, Carnegie Mellon University, Kennedy, Rosen, Tom Williams



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