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We don’t talk about Israel in my family so I have to talk about it here

Everyone in my family holds a different view about the Israeli/Palestinian conflict. I used to track my site traffic like Google was my fortune teller. The top three countries for my audience were always US, UK, and Australia. The next few countries changed a lot, but often Israel was number four. My family is so used to fighting about the Israelis that we even fought about the reason for my large Israeli readership. How do I feel about the Palestinians? I fall on the far end of horrified by ...
Tags: Google, Instagram, Australia, Israel, US, Careers, Diversity, New York Times, Gaza, Middle East, Al Jazeera, Biden, Economist, Copley Square, Isreal, US UK


Trump Spawned a New Group of Mega-Donors Who Now Hold Sway Over the GOP’s Future

This story first appeared at ProPublica on May 6. ProPublica is a Pulitzer Prize-winning investigative newsroom. Sign up for The Big Story newsletter to receive stories like this one in your inbox. Wesley Barnett was just as surprised as anyone to learn from news reports that the Jan. 6 Trump rally that turned into a violent assault on the U.S. Capitol was funded by Julia Jenkins Fancelli, an heiress to the fortune of the popular Publix supermarket chain. But Barnett had extra cause for be...
Tags: Facebook, Florida, New York, News, Instagram, California, Washington Post, Montana, Washington, White House, China, Russia, Alabama, America, Spain, European Union


Anti-Cheating Technology Challenged at Dartmouth Medical School (slashdot)

Dartmouth college switched to remote tests when the coronavirus ended in-person exams — then accused 17 medical students of cheating, reports the New York Times: At the heart of the accusations is Dartmouth's use of the Canvas system to retroactively track student activity during remote exams without their knowledge. In the process, the medical school may have overstepped by using certain online activity data to try to pinpoint cheating, leading to some erroneous accusations, according to indep...
Tags: News, Instagram, New York Times, Dartmouth, Times, Electronic Frontier Foundation, Dartmouth Medical School, EditorDavid, Cooper Quintin, New York Times Dartmouth


Anti-Cheating Technology Challenged at Dartmouth Medical School

Dartmouth college switched to remote tests when the coronavirus ended in-person exams — then accused 17 medical students of cheating, reports the New York Times: At the heart of the accusations is Dartmouth's use of the Canvas system to retroactively track student activity during remote exams without their knowledge. In the process, the medical school may have overstepped by using certain online activity data to try to pinpoint cheating, leading to some erroneous accusations, according to indep...
Tags: Instagram, Tech, New York Times, Dartmouth, Times, Electronic Frontier Foundation, Dartmouth Medical School, Cooper Quintin, New York Times Dartmouth, Dartmouth Read


Conversations on LinkedIn nearly doubled since January, and it could be a sign that wealthy Americans are ready to pursue their dream jobs following a pandemic slump

Dan Wang, Associate Professor of Business Management at Columbia Business School Columbia Business School Satya Nadella recently said LinkedIn saw "record engagement" as content shared increased 29%. A Columbia Business School expert said this may mean professionals are considering a job switch. A rise in LinkedIn activity says less about the economy, and more about the shift in US priorities. See more stories on Insider's business page. If you're a burned out professional day-drea...
Tags: Instagram, Satya Nadella, US, America, Trends, Linkedin, New York Times, Wang, Nadella, LinkedIn Microsoft, Columbia Business School, Kevin Roose, DAN WANG, Allana Akhtar, Columbia Business School Columbia Business School


Some TikTok influencers say the reality of living rent-free at content mansions wasn't the Hollywood dream they anticipated

"They would literally treat us like a dollar sign," Not A Content House member Sabrina Quesada said in the video. Screenshot / YouTube / JustAHouse 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 startup promised influencers the Hollywood dream and mansion living. But some insiders say it turned into a nightmare.TikTok i...
Tags: Hbo, Hollywood, Media, Instagram, Youtube, Ben Affleck, Advertising, US, Los Angeles, Newsletter, Trends, ROI, New York Times, Dreamworks, Dc, Zappos


"Alex Lugger, 32, a boat marketer in Springfield, Mo., said that she self identifies as a bit cheugy.... 'We were basic in our 20s and now we’re cheugy in our 30s'...."

"Cheugy is just the latest in a long line of niche identifiers that have gained traction on the internet, where people relentlessly categorize highly specific archetypes in starter pack memes and videos. It’s no coincidence that cheugy gained traction on TikTok, a platform that has functioned as an escape from Instagram’s once dominant aesthetic, which is the pinnacle of cheugy.... [W]hat is and isn’t cheugy is highly subjective and changing quickly. 'It’s really easy to identify cheugy things o...
Tags: Fashion, Instagram, Law, New York Times, Slang, Springfield MO, Ann Althouse, Alex Lugger


10 Things in Politics: The Instagram account behind DC's best gossip

Good morning, and May the Fourth be with you. Welcome back to 10 Things in Politics, your weekday look at the biggest stories in DC and beyond. Sign up here to receive this newsletter.Send tips to [email protected] or tweet me at @BrentGriffiths.Here's what we're talking about:A very DC diversion is this anonymous Instagram accountBill and Melinda Gates are ending their 27-year marriageRep. Liz Cheney is in hot water with some fellow Republicans, againOne thing to look out for today...
Tags: Facebook, Instagram, Supreme Court, Microsoft, Obama, California, US, Newsletter, Trends, Joe Biden, Cnn, Fbi, Ronald Reagan, House, New York Times, Bill Gates


See photos of the bird that researchers scientifically deemed the 'most Instagrammable'

Tawny Frogmouth (Podargus strigoides) seen roosting on low fallen tree. Photo by Joshua Prieto/SOPA Images/LightRocket via Getty Images Two German scientists set out to answer a simple question: What makes a good bird photo? They examined thousands of Instagram photos and users' "like" behavior to find the champion. In the end, a nocturnal fowl native to Australia and Southeast Asia came out on top. See more stories on Insider's business page. They say beauty is in the eye of the ...
Tags: Instagram, Australia, Germany, Southeast Asia, Trends, Chicago, New York Times, The Times, Snyder, Brookfield Zoo, University Hospital Jena, Gosford Australia, Tim Snyder, Erin Snodgrass, Joshua Prieto, Katja Thömmes


Jason Little discusses The Vagina, his NSFW webcomic

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Tags: Google, Amazon, Facebook, Twitter, Comics, Comedy, New York, Instagram, Interview, Nudity, Molly, France, Censorship, New York City, US, Webcomics


Jason Little discusses The Vagina, his NSWF webcomic

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Tags: Google, Amazon, Facebook, Twitter, Comics, Comedy, New York, Instagram, Interview, Nudity, Molly, France, Censorship, New York City, US, Webcomics


Tim Cook told Mark Zuckerberg that Facebook should delete all data it collected after the Cambridge Analytica scandal, and he was 'stunned' by the suggestion, report says

Tim Cook, the CEO of Apple, left, and Mark Zuckerberg, the CEO of Facebook, right. Nick Wass/Associated Press/Apple Apple's Tim Cook and Facebook's Mark Zuckerberg had an unpleasant meeting in 2019, The NYT reported. They discussed Facebook's user privacy after the Cambridge Analytica scandal. Zuckerberg was said to be "stunned" by Cook's proposal to delete any data Facebook had collected. Visit the Business section of Insider for more stories. In 2019, amid a flock of bill...
Tags: Iphone, Apple, Ios, Google, Facebook, Mark Zuckerberg, Cook, Instagram, Privacy, Trends, Social Media, Data, Whatsapp, Idaho, New York Times, Tim Cook


Tim Cook reportedly told Mark Zuckerberg that Facebook should delete all data it collected after the Cambridge Analytica scandal, and he was 'stunned' by the suggestion

Apple CEO Tim Cook, left, and Facebook CEO Mark Zuckerberg, right. Nick Wass/Associated Press/Apple Apple CEO Tim Cook and Facebook CEO Mark Zuckerberg reportedly had an unpleasant meeting in 2019. They discussed Facebook's user privacy after the Cambridge Analytica scandal, the NYT reported. Zuckerberg was said to be "stunned" by Cook's proposed solution to delete any data Facebook had collected. Visit the Business section of Insider for more stories. In 2019, amidst a flock of bi...
Tags: Iphone, Apple, Ios, Google, Facebook, Mark Zuckerberg, Cook, Instagram, Privacy, Trends, Social Media, Data, Whatsapp, Idaho, New York Times, Tim Cook


Burnout hits ad agencies

Hello and welcome to Insider Advertising for April 19. I'm senior advertising reporter Lauren Johnson, and here's what's going on:Ad agency burnout.Netflix cancellations.Top social brands.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. Advertising professionals say the pandemic has led to increased workloads that are c...
Tags: Facebook, New York, Media, Instagram, Youtube, Advertising, Newsletter, Trends, Netflix, New York Times, Burnout, Publicis, WPP, London England, Shein, Newsletters


Ex-Navy SEAL and ultramarathoner David Goggins is the toughest man on the planet. His latest challenge: persuading the world to suffer on purpose.

Brandon Rogers/US Navy; @davidgoggins/Twitter; Marianne Ayala/Insider Everywhere Devin Featherstone goes, David Goggins follows. It starts in the morning when Featherstone opens his eyes and catches Goggins' thousand-yard stare from the book jacket of "Can't Hurt Me," Goggins' memoir, on his nightstand.Throughout the day, Featherstone, 36, a firefighter and an avid runner in Calgary, Alberta, ingests YouTube videos and podcast clips of the former Navy SEAL and ultramarathone...
Tags: Motivation, Utah, Leadership, Instagram, Maryland, Microsoft, Navy, Youtube, New York City, Trends, Strategy, Social Media, Tony Robbins, Cisco, Hawaii, New York Times


Ex-Navy SEAL and ultramarathoner David Goggins is the toughest man on the planet. His latest challenge: convincing the world to suffer on purpose.

Brandon Rogers/US Navy; @davidgoggins/Twitter; Marianne Ayala/Insider Everywhere Devin Featherstone goes, David Goggins follows. It starts in the morning when Featherstone opens his eyes and catches Goggins' thousand-yard stare from the book jacket of "Can't Hurt Me," Goggins' memoir, on his nightstand.Throughout the day, Featherstone, 36, a firefighter and an avid runner in Calgary, Alberta, ingests YouTube videos and podcast clips of the former Navy SEAL and ultramarathone...
Tags: Motivation, Utah, Leadership, Instagram, Maryland, Microsoft, Navy, Youtube, New York City, Trends, Strategy, Social Media, Tony Robbins, Cisco, Hawaii, New York Times


Ex-Navy SEAL and ultramarathoner David Goggins is the toughest man on the planet. He wants you to love suffering as much as he does.

Brandon Rogers/US Navy; @davidgoggins/Twitter; Marianne Ayala/Insider Everywhere Devin Featherstone goes, David Goggins follows. It starts in the morning when Featherstone opens his eyes and catches Goggins' thousand-yard stare from the book jacket of "Can't Hurt Me," Goggins' memoir, on his nightstand.Throughout the day, Featherstone, 36, a firefighter and an avid runner in Calgary, Alberta, ingests YouTube videos and podcast clips of the former Navy SEAL and ultramarathone...
Tags: Motivation, Utah, Leadership, Instagram, Maryland, Microsoft, Navy, Youtube, New York City, Trends, Strategy, Social Media, Tony Robbins, Cisco, Hawaii, New York Times


Tesla used wild horses to lure candidates out to its Nevada factory, but animal advocates say its presence there actually harms the animals

Wild mustangs run unwittingly into hidden corrals/Bureau of Land Management traps during a gather east of Fallon, Nev. Essdras M Suarez/The Boston Globe via Getty Images Tesla is touting wild horses as a perk of working at its Gigafactory in Nevada. But Tesla's presence, along with increased development in the area, may be harming the horses and their habitat. There are nearly 50,000 wild horses in the state. See more stories on Insider's business page. Elon Musk's push to o...
Tags: Elon Musk, Instagram, Washington Post, Trends, Tesla, New York Times, The Times, Nevada, Musk, Gigafactory, Bureau of Land Management, University of Nevada, Tahoe Reno Industrial Center, Wild Horses, Twitter Elon Musk, Melina Mara


Facebook says it has removed the account of Capitol attack suspect Noah Green, and is in contact with law enforcement as they conduct their investigation

US Capitol police officers near a car that crashed into a barrier. Scott J. Applewhite/AP Facebook confirmed to Insider that it removed the account of Capitol attack suspect, Noah Green. The suspected attacker has also been described as a Nation of Islam devotee. He reportedly posted content on Facebook about the "end times," as well as his personal struggles. See more stories on Insider's business page. Facebook has confirmed that it pulled the account of Noah Green, a suspect in ...
Tags: Facebook, Politics, Instagram, Nbc News, Trends, Tech, Green, New York Times, The New York Times, Capitol Police, Capitol, Southern Poverty Law Center, Louis Farrakhan, Nation of Islam, Christopher Newport University, US Capitol


Facebook says it has removed the account of the Capitol attack suspect, and is in contact with law enforcement as they conduct their investigation

US Capitol police officers near a car that crashed into a barrier. Scott J. Applewhite/AP Facebook confirmed to Insider that it removed the account of Capitol attack suspect. The suspected attacker has also been described as a Nation of Islam devotee. He reportedly posted content on Facebook about the "end times," as well as his personal struggles. See more stories on Insider's business page. Facebook has confirmed that it removed the account of Noah Green, who multiple outlets iden...
Tags: Facebook, Politics, Instagram, Nbc News, Trends, Tech, Green, New York Times, The New York Times, Capitol Police, Capitol, Southern Poverty Law Center, Louis Farrakhan, Nation of Islam, Christopher Newport University, US Capitol


29 thoughtful cookbook gifts for any occasion

If you buy through our links, we may earn money from affiliate partners. Learn more. Amazon; Gilbert Espinoza/Insider To me, there's no better gift to give or receive than a great cookbook. A cookbook with beautiful photos, thoughtful narratives, and foolproof recipes can feed the imagination, transport your giftee to another city or country, and inspire them to get creative in the kitchen. There are cookbooks out there to suit every type of cook, whether novice or expert, and feed a...
Tags: Reviews, Apple, Amazon, Kitchen, Cooking, Gift Guide, London, Instagram, France, White House, China, New York City, Jerusalem, America, Trends, Turkey


First Look: Leadership Books for April 2021

Here's a look at some of the best leadership books to be released in April 2021. Don't miss out on other great new and future releases not listed here. Rethinking Competitive Advantage: New Rules for the Digital Age by Ram Charan The old ways of creating competitive advantage for your business—such as building moats to ward off competitors—have become dangerous. Giants like Amazon and Alibaba are creating vast new market spaces through a deft combination of tools like machine learning and busin...
Tags: Amazon, Facebook, Books, Leadership, Instagram, New York Times, Alibaba, Don, Ripley, Jon Acuff, Julia Galef, Amanda Ripley, Greg McKeown, Fidelity Investments Walmart, Jon Acuff Overthinking, Soundtracks Acuff


Facebook’s Clubhouse rival looks a lot like Clubhouse right now

Facebook is building a Clubhouse rival, The New York Times reported in February. But what that product will look like or how it will work have been questions that have remained unanswered. However, new screenshots of a Facebook audio product, still under development, show what appears to be a live audio broadcast experience that’s more of an extension of Facebook’s existing Messenger Rooms, rather than a standalone app experience. Facebook confirmed with TechCrunch the images are indeed examples...
Tags: Social, Facebook, Apps, Mark Zuckerberg, Messenger, Instagram, Audio, Social Media, Tech, Snapchat, New York Times, Clubhouse, Zuckerberg, Social Software, Facebook Android, Facebook Group


What You Need to Know About Section 230, and the Potential Changes on the Horizon

For more insights on Section 230 of the Communications Decency Act, PRsay reached out to Capitol Hill veteran India McKinney, director of federal affairs at the Electronic Frontier Foundation, a nonprofit digital rights group based in San Francisco. The following interview was edited for length and clarity. What do people misunderstand about Section 230, and why? It gets treated as blanket immunity, that platforms can do whatever they want and you can’t ever hold them accountable, and that’s jus...
Tags: Google, Facebook, Instagram, Congress, San Francisco, Pr, New York Times, House Of Representatives, Capitol Hill, Litigation, Ron Wyden, Electronic Frontier Foundation, Thought Leadership, McKinney, Chris Cox, PRSA


56 unique gifts to give your best friend - all under $100

If you buy through our links, we may earn money from affiliate partners. Learn more. Outdoor Voices Whether it's your friend's birthday or you simply want to thank them, they deserve the best.We rounded up 56 gifts, each under $100, that your special friend will treasure. Still looking for gift ideas? Check out all Insider Reviews gift guides here.Friends are the ones you rely upon, confide in, and plague with everything from menu choices to whether or not you should move across ...
Tags: Reviews, Amazon, Nordstrom, Gift Guide, Instagram, US, Trends, Walmart, Features, Mit, Gifts, New York Times, Broad City, Abbi Jacobson, Kate Middleton, Ralph Lauren


"There were a few people who knew about those pictures, but I didn’t show them publicly at all. I didn’t bother promoting myself."

"Even now, I don’t promote myself. I do photography because I love it. Money isn’t going to make a better picture for me and it is not going to make me happier. I wasn’t working for the work to be shown or seen, I was working for the pleasure of doing the work itself. I guess the reason I didn’t show my work is I was always busy going onto the next thing." From "Interview: Aaron Rose’s Coney Island" (Popular Photography, 2014).What did you like about shooting at Coney Island? The gutsiness. To b...
Tags: Photography, Law, Kodak, Fat, New York Times, Leica, Coney Island, Rose, Soho, Aaron, Ann Althouse, Seen And Unseen, Aaron Rose, Eli Lilly Company, Rebecca Hackemann, High School of Performing Arts


The Seven Tests of A CEO

WHAT are the critical challenges that can make or break a leader? In The CEO Test by the always insightful Adam Bryant and by the former Amgen president and CEO Kevin Sharer, they present seven tests that really all leaders face in one form or another. They call it the CEO test because the intensity and consequences of these challenges grow as you move into higher levels of leadership. As a result, these challenges are brought into their sharpest relief and thereby provide the richest lesson fo...
Tags: Facebook, Leadership, Instagram, Time, Disney, New York Times, Amgen, Bryant, Robert Johnson, Black Entertainment Television, Bruce Gordon, Bob Iger, Adam Bryant, Sharer, Arthur Sulzberger, Kevin Sharer


Dispo is the buzzy, invite-only photo app that's being called both the 'new Instagram' and the 'anti-Instagram'

Dispo offers users a more authentic approach to taking photos. JGI/Jamie Grill/Getty Images Dispo, the new invite-only photo-taking app is becoming increasingly popular. According to Axios, the app has been valued at $200 million.  The app's creator, David Dobrik, wants users to have a more authentic experience when taking photos Visit the Business section of Insider for more stories. For the last 10 years, Instagram has dominated the photo app scene, but now its potential rival has arrive...
Tags: Google, Photos, Apps, Instagram, Trends, Social Media, Tech, New York Times, Cnbc, Tech Insider, Dispo, David Dobrik, Weekend BI UK, Zahra Tayeb, Jamie Grill Getty Images Dispo, Terry O Neal


Influencers react to an Instagram test that removed public 'like' counts

Instagram. Photothek/Getty Images 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:Influencers and marketers react to a test by Instagram that removed public "like" counts - for a dayHow influencers are using a new tool to text message their fans and drive salesInstagram takes on Clubhouse with new livestreaming featuresAnd more i...
Tags: Media, Instagram, Youtube, Advertising, Newsletter, Trends, New York Times, Sydney, Hughson, Influencers, Nash, Instagram Instagram, Community College, Francois, Tech Insider, Jason Nash


Behind the scenes of The New York Times’ ‘Truth’ campaign: Tuesday Wake-Up Call

Welcome to Ad Age’s Wake-Up Call, our daily roundup of advertising, marketing, media and digital news. If you're reading this online or in a forwarded email, here's the link to sign up for our Wake-Up Call newsletters.  Worth another look Sometimes, even the paper of record needs to make a case for itself. In 2017, The New York Times was mulling how to address rampant misinformation coming from a new presidential administration while also boosting subscrip...
Tags: Amazon, Instagram, Congress, Washington Post, Advertising, Elizabeth Warren, Alabama, Bloomberg, New York Times, Sharp, Seth Rogen, Starbucks, The New York Times, Biden, Vox, Black Lives Matter



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