This morning's sunrise, at around 6 a.m.

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"People sometimes send us pieces that were deliberately made to be bad, and you can usually see right through that. It's fake bad art, and it shows."

Said Louise Sacco, the permanent acting interim director of the Museum of Bad Art, quoted in "Treasures from the Museum of Bad Art" (CBS). The article is from 2015. Some readers will know why I'm thinking about it today.Click through and scroll to see what sort of badness is museum-worthy. It must be "sincere and original, and something went wrong in a way that's interesting." I laughed a lot looking at these pictures — hardest at "President Kennedy Eating Ice Cream": It's obvious what went wro...
Tags: Art, Photography, Law, Museums, Ice Cream, Cbs, Jfk, Biden, Kennedy, Smiling, Cezanne, Ann Althouse, Louise Sacco, Museum of Bad Art

Jennifer Lopez sends fans wild in neon string bikini

Jennifer Lopez is well and truly living her best life! Taking to Instagram on Friday, the...
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LeadershipNow 140: July 2021 Compilation

Here are a selection of tweets from July 2021 that you don't want to miss: How To Lead When Your Team is Smarter Than You by @PhilCooke Baseball’s Work-Life Lessons from @JohnBaldoni Success Demands Unity of Purpose by @artpetty How Values Change Everything by @leadingincontxt Linda Fisher Thornton Letter to a friend who may start a new investment platform by @GrahamDuncanNYC Leadership is taking responsibility for something that needs attending to. It is stewardship. It is not a position....
Tags: Facebook, Leadership, Instagram, US, Beijing, Nick Saban, John Boyd, LeadershipNow 140, Judson Brewer, Nick Morgan, Chris Brady, Leadercast, James Albright, Linda Fisher Thornton Letter, Jerry Hurley, Trap of Caring Too Much

From Oslo pram guy to the teenage vacuum expert: inside the obsessive world of niche online reviewers

Wade can tell you the best pram for a tall parent; Matthew knows which cleaner has superior suction power. But how do you become a respected reviewer on the wild west of the internet?Once a month, every month, more than 8,000 strangers pay James Hoffmann a total of £16,263 so he can go out and buy coffee machines. Hoffmann, 41, from London, is an author, business owner, coffee connoisseur and, above all, a YouTuber: more than 900,000 people subscribe to his channel, on which he discusses everyth...
Tags: Google, Facebook, Technology, London, Money, Instagram, Youtube, Social Media, Life and style, Consumer affairs, Digital Media, Consumer Rights, Consumer magazines, Matthew, Oslo, Wade

Kinsley Ray 5K Walk 2021

Set 1 of 1 courtesy of Kristine Guaraldo
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YouTube star Albert Dyrlund dies after falling 656 feet from a mountain while recording a video

Albert Dyrlund. Albert Dyrlund/YouTube Albert Dyrlund, an influencer who was popular on YouTube and Instagram, died after a fall. Newsweek reported that the 22-year-old was filming a video in the Italian Alps when he fell. Dyrlund was known for regularly sharing music videos and comedy sketches on social media. See more stories on Insider's business page. Albert Dyrlund, a YouTuber from Denmark, reportedly died after falling 656 feet while filming a video in the Italian Alps. Newsw...
Tags: Hong Kong, News, Instagram, Youtube, China, International, Trends, Social Media, Daily Mail, Italy, The Sun, Denmark, Albert, Newsweek, RAI, Val Gardena Italy

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