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10 things in tech you need to know today

Good morning! This is the tech news you need to know this Monday. Hackers were able to gain access to people's Microsoft emails accounts by abusing a weakness in the help portal. Microsoft told TechCrunch the hackers could not read users' emails, but Motherboard reports otherwise. Facebook's activist shareholders are making another dramatic bid to oust Mark Zuckerberg and abolish the firm's share structure. Investors will vote on two proposals to overhaul Facebook's governance at the social ne...
Tags: Apple, Amazon, Facebook, Lyft, Mark Zuckerberg, UK, Instagram, Microsoft, China, Toronto, San Francisco, Trends, Britain, Ford, New York Times, Muslim


Spatial.ai’s Geosocial Datasets Capture a Community’s Personality

Even with all that we’ve learned since 2016 about weak protections on consumer data privacy in the United States, people still love social media and reveal a ton of personal information in the course of all that posting, sharing, and liking.The insights gleaned from the wealth of social media data are fueling a number of new companies that use them to help their clients with decision-making. One such company is Cincinnati-based Spatial.ai, a startup that did a 2016 stint in the Techstars Detroi...
Tags: Startups, Facebook, Twitter, Instagram, Whole Foods, Entrepreneurship, Trends, Social Media, Tech, Data, Artificial Intelligence, Software, United States, Ford, Innovation, Mobility


Week 11: Ryan Mountain and Desert Springs Healing

There’s one thing I know you can expect from your travels. You’ll soon arrive to a destination called “I’ve had Enough.” All roads in lead to the town square called a Melting Pot of Disasters and you’ll be sitting at the fountain crying and frantically searching for the highway back out to the simple life. One where you wake up each morning pretty much knowing what will happen. You can walk into your kitchen and prepare your breakfast exactly as you want it, you’ll be ready to walk out the door...
Tags: Travel, Utah, Usa, Instagram, California, La, US, Netflix, Ford, San Diego, Las Vegas, Nevada, Disneyland, Orange County, Vegas, Family Travel


2018 Golden Dukes Winners Announced!

TPM is pleased to announce the winners of the 12th Annual Golden Dukes Awards, which honor the public figures who managed the most corruption, made the craziest comments, and carried out the most craven deeds, all in the spirit of former Rep. Randy “Duke” Cunningham, the father of the modern political scandal. Our fantastic and witty judges — Jason Linkins, Susie Bright, Erin Ryan, Krang Nelson and Simon Maloy — sifted through all 35 nominees in 7 categories to choose the winners. You can cli...
Tags: Google, Hbo, News, Instagram, Mississippi, Supreme Court, Congress, Washington, White House, Virginia, Russia, Alabama, America, San Francisco, Fox, Gop


What a Mechanical Shark Can Teach Us About Leadership and Innovation

O NE RECENT EVENING, exhausted after a long day of work, I collapsed into bed and turned on the television. On screen was the classic scene from “Jaws,” where actress Susan Backlinie is stalked by the unseen aquatic predator and then pulled underneath the dark water. The scene is famous for the way it terrified audiences without ever showing the titular shark. But this wasn’t the film itself. It was a documentary on the making of the movie, all about the lengths that then 27-year-old wunderkind...
Tags: Facebook, Leadership, Instagram, Mit, Ford, Alfred Hitchcock, Spielberg, Steven Spielberg, Henry Ford, Thomas Edison, Bruce, Friendster, Niño, Susan Backlinie, David Niño, Gordon MIT Engineering Leadership Program


Which SUV...Er, Sorry, FFM Would You Choose?

The new Lumix—er, Panasonic—er, Lumix by Panasonic—S1Rfull-frame mirrorless. It's not actually out yet. Everyone in America must buy an SUV now. It's a new law that was passed some while back when I wasn't looking. SUVs or pickup trucks—they're what Amurricans drive now. It isn't actually a law. But I'm starting to feel like I'm being pushed into it. It's almost like there's an unspoken pressure to conform. I mean, is it still okay to drive a little sedan? Can I drive a little sedan and still ...
Tags: Photography, America, New, Cameras, Ford, Sony, Panasonic, Nikon, Subaru, Lumix, Michael Johnston, Peter Turnley, Mike, Michael C Johnston, Amazon US, Foveon


Elon Musk lays out his plan for '100 layers' of Boring Company tunnels beneath the streets of Los Angeles (TSLA)

Elon Musk discussed his plan for hundreds of layers of tunnels in LA to ease traffic congestion on a Recode podcast published Friday.  Musk bemoaned the tremendous costs to bore tunnels currently.  If the construction can be made cheaper, Musk said, he could bore hundreds of layers of tunnels.  Among Elon Musk's sprawling business ventures, The Boring Company might be the most secretive. The tunneling company is currently working on a project to ease traffic in Los Angeles, connecting — but M...
Tags: Apple, Elon Musk, Instagram, La, Los Angeles, Trends, Tesla, Chicago, Ford, Hyperloop, Musk, Kara Swisher, Dodgers Stadium, Boring Company, Los Angeles TSLA


Don't Overbuy When You Buy a Car (OT)

I read a letter in Automobile magazine by a guy who said he had owned sixty cars in his life. Really? Whew. How do you do that? I'm 61, and I've owned a grand total of seven (five new, two used). Using the formula [(current age) – (age at which you were licensed to drive)] ÷ (number of cars you've owned), that's an average of 6.43 years per car for me. My current car is a 2014 model bought new at the end of 2014 for a big discount—2015 was days away and it was probably the only manual transmissi...
Tags: Photography, Vw, Ford, Fiat, Bmw, Nikon, Honda, New England, Corvette, Pininfarina, Michael Johnston, Summilux, Don, Mike, Mazda, Mercedes Benz


Don't Overbuy When You Buy a Car (OT)

I read a letter in Automobile magazine by a guy who said he had owned sixty cars in his life. Really? Whew. How do you do that? I'm 61, and I've owned a grand total of seven (five new, two used). Using the formula [(current age) – (age at which you were licensed to drive)] ÷ (number of cars you've owned), that's an average of 6.43 years per car for me. My current car is a 2014 model bought new at the end of 2014 for a big discount—2015 was days away and it was probably the only manual transmissi...
Tags: Photography, Vw, Ford, Fiat, Bmw, Nikon, Honda, New England, Corvette, Pininfarina, Michael Johnston, Summilux, Don, Mike, Mazda, Mercedes Benz


James Franco threw me to the ground, Busy Phillips writes in memoir

Busy Phillips and James Franco are seen in a 1999 episode of “Freaks and Geeks.” Phillips writes in an upcoming memoir that Franco shoved her to the ground after they filmed a scene on the short-lived NBC comedy. (File photo) HOLLYWOOD — Actress Busy Philipps writes in an upcoming memoir, “This Will Only Hurt a Little,” that James Franco physically assaulted her on the set of their cult comedy “Freaks and Geeks,” in which they portrayed a tumultuous high school couple, it was reported Tuesday....
Tags: Celebrities, News, Instagram, Nbc, Supreme Court, La, Sport, Things To Do, Soccer, Ford, Franco, James Franco, Lebron James, Lapd, Andy Cohen, Compton


Open Mike: Why Are Crossovers So Popular? (OT)

Ever wonder why so many people are buying SUVs and crossovers these days? I've long thought that there are two reasons. First, height. It's nice to be up high; you can see the road better (and see over, or through, all the other tall vehicles). And second, conformity. We buy whatever everybody else is buying. This second reason actually makes some sense, because whatever vehicle is mainstream at any given time gets the most R&D money and engineering and manufacturing expertise poured into it. Wa...
Tags: Photography, Ford, Honda, Jalopnik, Mayo Clinic, Off-topic Posts, Open Mike, Michael Johnston, Don, Michael C Johnston, Amazon US, Mike Open Mike, Amazon Canada, Amazon UKAmazon Germany, Keith Knudsen Ford, Detroit Free Press Seat


Dear Ivanka: Women Are Pleading With Her To Get A Fair Trial For Kavanaugh’s Accuser

"Why suffer through the annihilation if it's not going to matter?" Christine Blasey Ford told The Washington Post after coming forward as the woman who Supreme Court nominee Brett Kavanaugh allegedly assaulted when they were both in high school. This is the question countless people are addressing on Twitter and Instagram using the hashtag #DearIvanka.Earlier this week, news broke that Ivanka Trump, a self-proclaimed feminist and champion of women’s rights, had advised her father to drop Kavana...
Tags: Fashion, Music, Instagram, Supreme Court, White House, Cnn, Fbi, Ford, The Washington Post, Ivanka, Ivanka Trump, Kavanaugh, Brett Kavanaugh, Christine Blasey Ford


The Best Work I Saw at the LACP Exposure Portfolio Review

  Almost everything I write is available for free on the internet. There are a few exceptions, though. I’ve written essays for two of Alejandro Cartagena’s recent books, the companions: “Santa Barbara Return Jobs to US,” and “Santa Barbara Shame on US.” These are limited-edition, fine art books in which the photography was obviously the main draw. The only people who read those pieces bought the book, and then also took the time to read the insert. (Meaning, not everyone who bought the book. Let...
Tags: Photography, Hollywood, California, La, Massachusetts, US, America, Chicago, Ford, Venice, New Mexico, Pasadena, Cal State Fullerton, Bay Area, Dennis, Albuquerque


Erorrs (Blog Note)

It's a good thing I'm a blogger. Yesterday I made a stupid mistake and wrote that the upcoming Sigma 56mm ƒ/1.4 will be available in both Micro 4/3 and Fuji X mount. That was wrong—that was supposed to be Micro 4/3 and Sony E mount. Mostly invisibly to you, I've made this exact error before—I have a sort of brain glitch that makes me confuse those two lensmounts more often than a person of average intelligence such as moi ordinarily would. I'm pretty interested in the way my brain works, and I t...
Tags: Photography, Ford, Sony, Fuji, Blog Notes, Michael Johnston, Don, Mazda, Michael C Johnston, Amazon US, Oliver Sacks, Amazon Canada, David E Davis, David E, Amazon UKAmazon Germany


Conan O’Brien Finds the Funny Side of Brand Integration

Prime-time comedy/talk shows were founded (and funded) with the overt promotion of brands, and Conan O’Brien is certainly one late-night host who embraces the additional ad revenue that sponsorship brings—which will become even more important after he moves to a half-hour format next year. Turner-owned TBS recently announced that O’Brien’s show Conan, which currently airs hourlong episodes from Monday through Thursday, will move to a half-hour in 2019 to better engage with younger fans and evol...
Tags: Instagram, Nbc, Advertising, Samsung, Los Angeles, Ford, Conan, San Diego, Kelley Blue Book, Tbs, Turner, Mattel, Conan O Brien, Brien, DirecTV, O'Brien


Lyft’s app code reveals unlaunched bike or scooter feature

Lyft hasn’t acquired a bike-sharing startup or gotten a scooter permit yet, but it’s already preparing its app for them with a feature codenamed “last mile”. Code and screenshots dug out of Lyft’s Android app reveal a way to search a map for last mile vehicles, and scan a QR code or enter a pin to unlock them. These materials come to TechCrunch from Jane Manchun Wong, who’s recently established herself as a prolific app code investigator. Her work has led to TechCrunch scoops on Instagram vid...
Tags: Startups, Transportation, Mobile, Facebook, Lyft, Apps, Texas, Instagram, Tech, Austin, Bikes, Ford, Baltimore, Scooter, Santa Monica California, Lucy Nicholson


7 Of The Cheesiest Photo Filters Old And New

I suspect we are all guilty of it at some stage during our photographic journeys. We spend thousands on the latest and greatest in photographic tech. We buy the best glass we can afford and then we apply a cheesy filter, either on the lens or in post-production. Let’s be honest though, while maybe not the height of photographic excellence, playing around with cheesy filters can be fun. Today we are going to take a, hopefully wry look at some the cheesiest filters from Cokin to Instagram, from pa...
Tags: Photography, Ford, Mars, Mel Gibson, Lightroom, Northern Europe, Lens, David Baker, Sean McGrath, Cool Photos & Photographers, Shaun Dunmall, Cokin, Justin Baeder, Lance Shields


With Aid of Facebook Ads, Wantable Carves Out Niche in Online Fashion

When it comes to advertising on the Web, Google remains king. But second-place Facebook has rapidly been narrowing the gap. From 2012 to 2017, Facebook’s (NASDAQ: FB) ad revenues increased 833 percent, to $39.9 billion, according to Statista.com. That’s compared with a 118 percent growth rate in Google’s (NASDAQ: GOOGL) online ad sales over the same period. Lots of companies that sell direct-to-consumer products advertise on both Google and Facebook. One example is Wantable, a venture cap...
Tags: Google, Deals, Startups, Facebook, Fashion, Instagram, Milwaukee, Advertising, Marketing, Trends, E-commerce, Vc, Ford, Retail, Wisconsin, Ads


Aided By Facebook Ads, Wantable Carves Out Niche in Online Fashion

When it comes to advertising on the Web, Google remains king. But second-place Facebook has rapidly been narrowing the gap. From 2012 to 2017, Facebook’s (NASDAQ: FB) ad revenues increased 833 percent, to $39.9 billion, according to Statista.com. That’s compared with a 118 percent growth rate in Google’s (NASDAQ: GOOGL) online ad sales over the same period. Lots of companies that sell direct-to-consumer products advertise on both Google and Facebook. One example is Wantable, a venture cap...
Tags: Google, Deals, Startups, Facebook, Fashion, Instagram, Milwaukee, Advertising, Marketing, Trends, E-commerce, Vc, Ford, Retail, Wisconsin, Ads




‘You don’t think you have a monopoly?’ Read Sen. Graham’s delightful grilling of Zuckerberg

Today’s testimony by Mark Zuckerberg in front of a Senate joint committee was often boring or redundant with previous statements. But there was an exchange near the two-hour mark that was pleasantly refreshing: Senator Lindsey Graham (R-SC) doggedly pursuing a common-sense answer from Zuckerberg on the question of whether it had any real competition. Graham doesn’t let Zuckerberg employ his spin on the admittedly complex question of what Facebook’s competitors are. Demanding a simpler answer ...
Tags: Social, Startups, Facebook, Mark Zuckerberg, Instagram, Government, Senate, Ford, Graham, South Carolina, Zuckerberg, Lindsey Graham, MMM, Sen Graham, Zuckerberg Testimony, Mmhm Zuckerberg


Brand News: 10 Things You Need to Know for Friday April 6th

Starbucks tests voice ordering with Samsung‘s Bixby in Korea as Samsung, Real Madrid and Twitter partner on video. Amazon‘s Alexa may take on banks with voice-enabled peer-to-peer payments as mobile P2P is poised to become the norm. Apple protests EPA fuel efficiency rollback, unlike automakers. Facebook COO Sheryl Sandberg confirms a few brands have “paused” campaigns as she continues media “apology tour” and Facebook and Instagram earn MRC ad accreditation. Netflix may get into out of home ad...
Tags: Apple, Amazon, Facebook, Hong Kong, Instagram, Australia, Advertising, Samsung, Nike, Netflix, Ireland, Manchester City, Ford, Korea, Nba, Marriott


2018 Chevrolet Camaro SS 1LE vs. 2018 Ford Mustang GT Performance Pack

It’s like déjà vu all over again, again. Yes, dear Motor Trend readers, it’s that special time of year when we trot out the latest pony cars from Detroit and figure out which one is best. For now. Because yes, we’ll do it again. Soon, too. We’ve been doing this particular head-to-head challenge for 50 years, and you loyal readers have never felt compelled to tell us to stop. The occasion for this particular comparison test is Ford’s launch of the bigly refreshed 2018 Mustang. For the purposes of...
Tags: Europe, Instagram, Porsche, Ford, Chevy, Michelin, Bmw, Audi, Nissan, Detroit, Le Mans, Mustang, Car Comparison Tests, Car Performance, Ford Performance, Brembo


Board Question #90781: I've been using these as a few of my go-to ...

Q: Dear 100 Hour Board,I've been using these as a few of my go-to "random get-to-know-you/icebreaker questions", so I was curious what some of my favorite writers would have to say about them!1. What's the most interesting article you've read recently?2. What's the last thing you shared on social media? (retweet, reblog, whatever)3. What song is currently stuck in your head? (or just the latest one if you don't have anything stuck in your head right now, you lucky soul)4. Tell me the best stupid...
Tags: Facebook, Florida, Taylor Swift, Instagram, Colorado, Wikipedia, Department Of Defense, Ireland, Ford, New York Times, Santa, Disneyland, Donald Trump, Charlottesville, John Williams, Sears


Best Cars, Trucks, and SUVs We Drove in 2017

We’ve traveled the world and tested well over 220 cars to bring you the very best automotive reviews around. In 2017, we were blessed to have the best access to cars all over the price spectrum, from one of the smallest cars offered today to some of the quickest and luxurious, too. Now that 2017 is coming to an end, we’re reflecting on some of the very best cars and trucks we drove this year. Enjoy, and check out the best cars we drove in 2016 right here. 2016 Ferrari 488 GTB Sure, it’s M...
Tags: Instagram, Tesla, Porsche, Ferrari, Ford, Lexus, Wisconsin, Finland, Steve McQueen, Honda, Grand Canyon, Lidar, Death Valley, Car Lists, Amg, Maserati


Hoffarth on the media: Fox Deportes’ Nichols fills important role in 2017 Serie Mundial

Let’s assume Rolando Nichols isn’t going to be mistaken for Joe Buck. And then take what happened outside of Minute Maid Park in Houston before Friday’s Game 3 of the World Series between the Dodgers and Astros as reinforcement of that assumption. Nichols, the Fox Deportes play-by-play man was about to head into the park to start his broadcasting day with game analyst Carlos Alvarez when a fan approached them asking for free tickets. Not because the guy recognized them as broadcasters. He thoug...
Tags: Instagram, Nbc, Mexico, Angels, Sports, Sport, Cnn, Rome, Fox, Soccer, Ford, Mexico City, Arizona, Mlb, Fox News, Nielsen


My Cycling is All “Fasted” Recently, and I Don’t Know Why (But I’m Not Complaining)

It's not been a good year for me so far, having been beset by all manner of colds, injuries, and other things that have made a big dent in my fitness. As I mentioned earlier in “ The Silliness of Japanese Medicine-Dosage Rules ” a couple of weeks ago, I topped things off with a horrible cold that put me out of commission for the better part of two weeks. The third course of antibiotics seemed to have finally done the trick, and now I'm looking to reclaim my life. When in good form...
Tags: Photography, Japan, General, Wikipedia, ISO, Cycling, Ford, Google Earth, Kyoto, Strava, Temples And Shrines, Kiyomizu Temple, KOM, Lake Biwa, Otsu, Otsu City Shiga


The Daily Edit – Jesse Burke: Wild&Precious

Jesse Burke/ Wild & Precious Heidi: You were named by Time Magazine as one of the of top instagram photographers to follow, when did you start your Instagram practice? Jesse: Social media in my photography practice started back with the advent of Instagram in 2010. I had initially decided that I was going to use my Instagram account as a way of sharing personal photos only with my friends and family. Very quickly, my clients got ...
Tags: Photography, Instagram, US, Maine, Ford, Time Magazine, Honda, Rhode Island, Canon, New England, The Daily Edit, Jesse, RISD, Jesse Burke, John Lubbock, Jesse Burke Wild Precious Heidi


Instagram Stories has emerged as a clear favorite for marketers over Snapchat (FB, SNAP)

Marketers seem to have settled on Instagram Stories as a clear favorite, prefering it over Snapchat. Instagram’s pure scale, evident in its reach, targeting and retargeting capabilities, has made it an attractive bet for brands. Half of the businesses on Instagram produced a story in the last month, according to the platform, and its average usage has also jumped to 32 minutes per day for those under 25, and 24 minutes per day for those 25 and over. Still, executives are not ruling out Sna...
Tags: Facebook, Instagram, Trends, Snapchat, Ford, Marriott, Evan Spiegel, Cannes, Neustar, Facebook Instagram, SVP, Snapchat Instagram, RPA, Mike Dossett, Dossett, Instagram Stories


Meet Zuck's shadow: After photographing Bush and Obama, this guy now chronicles the life of Facebook's CEO (FB)

George W. Bush, Barack Obama, Mark Zuckerberg. While only two of these three men have been president of the United States, all three have something in common: they've spent a lot of time with Charles Ommanney. For the past year,  Ommanney has been the personal photographer for  Facebook's CEO, following and documenting the life of the world's sixth richest man nearly everywhere he travels. That includes the trips to roughly 30 US states that Zuckerberg is making this year, as part of a personal...
Tags: Facebook, Mark Zuckerberg, Texas, Instagram, Mississippi, Obama, Washington, White House, Virginia, Iraq, US, America, Barack Obama, Trends, Joe Biden, Afghanistan



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