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Royal baby 2019 due date: The Duchess of Sussex’s pregnancy updates, predicted gender and latest news

The Duchess of Sussex once described motherhood as being on her “bucket list”,  the Duke of Sussex frequently confessed he would love to have children, and the rest is royally romantic history.  The newlyweds, who married in Windsor last May, are just weeks away from welcoming their first child, who will be seventh in line to the throne. As the nation waits for the Queen and Duke of Edinburgh's eighth great grandchild to arrive, please enjoy everything we know about royal baby Sussex so far,...


Jewel Changi Airport review – An architectural marvel at the world’s best airport

In March 2019 Singapore Changi was crowned the best airport in the world for the seventh year in a row. That was just before Jewel Changi Airport opened. After previewing this architectural marvel I can’t see how any other airport is going to take this title in the foreseeable future. Jewel Changi is a mixed use development that sits inside the U-shape of the terminal buildings, making use of this previously underutilised space. Singapore have become masters of making use of limited space, ...
Tags: Travel, Asia, UK, Instagram, Southeast Asia, Singapore, Hawaii, Dubai, Starbucks, Michelin, Mars, Bangkok, Gardens, Jewel, Changi, Middle Eastern


Facebook is discontinuing P2P payments in Messenger in the UK and France on June 15

Facebook is pulling away from its ambitions to provide peer-to-peer money transfers via Messenger in Europe. Today, the company announced that it would be discontinuing the service — which let individuals send money to each other — in the two countries in the region where it had rolled it out, the UK and France on June 15 of this year. It appears that for now, the service will remain active in the US, where Facebook holds a number of money transmitter licenses. It’s not shutting down payments...
Tags: Social, Facebook, Ecommerce, Messenger, Europe, UK, Instagram, France, US, Tech, Paypal, Payments, Remittance, Western Union, P2p Payments, Messenger in Europe Today


Prince Harry, Meghan and unborn 'Baby Sussex' thank Instagram fans for charity donations

When the Duke and Duchess founded their own Instagram account to communicate directly with their public, it was assumed they were beginning a new era as inspirational royal influencers. Few, however, could have predicted how quickly their unborn child would join them to make his or her mark on the world. The SussexRoyal Instagram page has posted a message on behalf of “Baby Sussex”, thanking fans for the many charity donations they have made in honour of the future seventh-in-line to the throne....
Tags: Hong Kong, UK, London, News, Instagram, US, Los Angeles, South Africa, United Kingdom, Italy, Buckingham Palace, Prince Harry, Harry, Oprah Winfrey, Duke, Uae


Royal baby 2019: The Duchess of Sussex's due date, potential names, gender and latest news

The Duchess of Sussex once described motherhood as being on her “bucket list”,  the Duke of Sussex frequently confessed he would love to have children, and the rest is royally romantic history.  The newlyweds, who married in Windsor last May, are just weeks away from welcoming their first child. As the nation waits for the Queen and Duke of Edinburgh's eighth grandchild to arrive, please enjoy everything we know about royal baby Sussex so far, and how the Duchess plans to give birth. When is...
Tags: UK, New York, London, News, Instagram, Wales, New York City, US, America, Los Angeles, Kanye West, NHS, Paddington, Cambridge, Diana, Cbs


Facebook urged to disable 'like' feature for child users

Proposed rules for child safety on social media include limits on data collectionFacebook and other social media firms should alert children if their parent or carer is monitoring their online activity, under proposed guidelines to improve child internet safety in the UK.Turning off the “like” function, and limiting data collection and geolocation tools on popular platforms, such as Instagram and Facebook, are among a 16-point list of recommendations for age-appropriate design released by the In...
Tags: Facebook, UK, Technology, Media, Instagram, Social Networking, Children, Social Media, Society, UK News, Snapchat, Digital Media, Internet Safety, Information Commissioner 's Office Continue


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


Lomachenko vs Crolla live streaming: Watch boxing online

Lomachenko vs Crolla live streaming info If you want to watch the Lomachenko vs Crolla fight online, these are the live streaming instructions. Event: Lomachenko vs Crolla Date: April 12, 2019 Time: 4.30 am (UK time) 30-day money-back guarantee: Use ExpressVPN to live stream Lomachenko vs Crolla Lomachenko vs Crolla: Live streaming If you’ve landed on this page it’s obviously because you want to watch the Lomachenko vs Crolla fight. This event is being broadcasted on ESPN+. ESPN+ gives all ne...
Tags: UK, Instagram, Sport, Soccer, Manchester, Vpn, Espn, Las Vegas, Crolla, Anthony Crolla, ESPN ESPN, Vasyl Lomachenko, Lomachenko, Crolla Lomachenko, ESPN Start, Crolla Vasly Lomachenko


Royal baby 2019: The Duchess of Sussex's due date, latest news on names and gender predictions

The Duchess of Sussex once described motherhood as being on her “bucket list”,  the Duke of Sussex frequently confessed he would love to have children, and the rest is royally romantic history.  The newlyweds, who married in Windsor last May, are just weeks away from welcoming their first child. As the nation waits for the Queen and Duke of Edinburgh's eighth grandchild to arrive, please enjoy everything we know about royal baby Sussex so far, and how the Duchess plans to give birth. When is...
Tags: UK, New York, London, News, Instagram, Wales, New York City, US, America, Los Angeles, Kanye West, NHS, Paddington, Cambridge, Diana, Cbs


Conspiracy theory: ‘Drake curse’ spreads from Arsenal to Sergio Aguero vs Tottenham

The ‘Drake curse’ conspiracy theory It’s one of the most viral and well-known conspiracy theories on social media. Drake, the Canadian rapper, is toxic when it comes to sportstars. Drake is a huge sports fan, who often appears on social media with athletes. For years conspiracy theorists have touted the claim that there’s a ‘Drake curse’. Put simply, if you’re a sportsman and you appear in a picture with Drake, bad things (i.e. defeats) follow. Even Drake knows about the ‘Drake curse’ – he’s pr...
Tags: UK, Instagram, Germany, Sport, Soccer, Premier League, Spurs, Tottenham, Arsenal, Everton, Bayern Munich, Harry Kane, Sergio Aguero, Drake, Borussia Dortmund, Messi


Lush Cosmetics UK Shuts Down Instagram Account and Possibly Other Social Media

Lush Cosmetics UK announced they are they are closing their Instagram account and maybe other social media accounts as well. According to them they are tired of “fighting” with algorithms and and they don’t want to “pay” to appear in feeds so, they are going to switch things up and bid a fond farewell to some of their social media outlets. Lush UK has a very, very long and rich history in being very one on one with their customers and fans. Their forum has always been a popular gathering plac...
Tags: Google, Facebook, UK, Instagram, US, Walmart, Beauty, Lush, Facebook Twitter, Media Team, Musings of the Day, Lush USA, Lushies, Instagram Like, Mark Constantine Aunitie Pamela, Hilary Lush


RIP for a Reader

Allow me today, if you will, a reminiscence. The other day when I wrote that April Fool's post, I hadn't been intending to write one. I just felt the content for that day had been a little sparse (I mean, how exciting is it to read that all the Print Sale prints have shipped, unless you're getting one?), so I bashed it out. It was one of those posts that takes only two or three hours from conception to completion. Sometimes coming up with a blog post is like pulling teeth. Other times words flow...
Tags: Google, Facebook, Photography, UK, London, Kenya, Reflections, Tamron, Ontario, Michael Johnston, Martin, Mike, Michael C Johnston, Bryce, Zuiko, Xander


4 Top Affiliate Marketing Tips, How to Create Successful Social Media Campaigns, How to Write a Business-Winning Proposal and Other Things Entrepreneurs Need to Know

19 Things Small Business Owners Need to Know By Rieva Lesonsky   1—Private Sector Small Business Employment Increases By now you’ve all seen the jobs report. But what about small businesses and their contributions? According to the ADP Small Business Job Report in March very small businesses (1-19 employees lost) 9,000 jobs, small businesses with 20-49 employees gained 14,000 jobs, for a net gain of 6,000 small business jobs. Take a look at the infographic from ADP below for more stats.   2—...
Tags: Amazon, Facebook, Business, UK, Instagram, Australia, Youtube, Mexico, France, Germany, India, Ukraine, Star, Canada, Bureau of Labor Statistics, United States


Online safety: 'The urgency is huge'

Ian Russell's daughter, Molly, took her own life in 2017. Ian believes Instagram is partly to blame for her death.
Tags: UK, News, Instagram, Molly, Ian, Ian Russell


UK sets out safety-focused plan to regulate Internet firms

The UK government has laid out proposals to regulate online and social media platforms, setting out the substance of its long-awaited White Paper on online harms today — and kicking off a public consultation. The Online Harms White Paper is a joint proposal from the Department for Digital, Culture, Media and Sport (DCMS) and Home Office. It follows the government announcement of a policy intent last May, and a string of domestic calls for greater regulation of the Internet as politicians hav...
Tags: Apple, Google, Security, Social, Facebook, Mark Zuckerberg, Europe, UK, Instagram, Privacy, Internet, Social Media, Tech, Search Engines, Policy, House Of Lords


Stonewall at 50: stories from a gay rights revolution

In June 1969, in the violent wake of a police raid on a New York bar, Stonewall was born – a defining moment remembered here by those who protestedThe Stonewall riots started in the early hours of 28 June 1969 during a police raid at the Stonewall Inn, Greenwich Village, a favourite haunt of gay and lesbian New Yorkers. As customers were hauled out in handcuffs, the crowd outside erupted into fury. That night’s rioting was followed by days of further violent demonstrations in the neighbourhood. ...
Tags: Books, Photography, UK, New York, Protest, Culture, Art and design, LGBT rights, New York Public Library, Stonewall, Baumann, Art and design books, Diana Davies, Stonewall Inn Greenwich Village, Resistance Stonewall, Jason Baumann


How To Make Smart Music Marketing Happen

In this final of a five part series on how to effectively allocate money in the correct places in order to benefit your music career, we hear from multiple industry experts on which creative marketing techniques can help artists can do to stay competitive in an increasingly challenging industry.   ___________________________ Guest post from AWAL This is the fifth and final piece in our five-part Decoded series in which we break down (1) a mental framework to help spend money in the ...
Tags: Google, Facebook, Music, UK, Taylor Swift, Instagram, Rihanna, Ariana Grande, Drake, Detroit, DSP, Gardner, CPM, LANG, Facebook Newsfeed, Koehler


Why Leaders Need to Think More Like Professional Gamblers

ONE OF the unfortunate side effects of living in an age of accelerating technology is having to deal with increased uncertainty. When faced with uncertainty, how should leaders react? Should they make a big bet, hedge their position, or just wait and see? We tend to see situations in one of two ways: either events are certain and can, therefore, be managed by planning, investment, and reliable budgets; or they are uncertain, and we cannot manage them. You can, however, embrace uncertainty by ad...
Tags: Facebook, UK, London, Leadership, Instagram, Bank Of America, Korea, Problem Solving, Alan Turing, Kenya, University of Oxford, Midtjylland, Walsh, Benham, Bayes, Thomas Bayes


Big spring beach clean: UK charity organises plastic clear-up

Over the next week, Surfers Against Sewage is mobilising more than 30,000 volunteers to clear the plastic flotsam and jetsam from the UK coastline Continue reading...
Tags: Travel, Photography, UK, Environment, UK News, Art and design, Travel Photography, Plastic bags, Green travel, Beach Holidays, United Kingdom Holidays, Plastics, Surfers Against Sewage


The Gentle Art of Tramping ~ Stephen Graham

'The adventure is not the getting there, it is the on-the-way. It is not the expected; it is the surprise; not the fulfilment of prophecy but the providence of something better than prophesied.' Sometimes a book arrives and I can barely contain the excitement, and even though I had read The Gentle Art of Tramping by Stephen Graham in a proof copy I was still delighted when this arrived... A brown paper package tied up with string á la Sound of Music, to reveal... The book and some Ken...
Tags: Europe, Books, UK, Instagram, Russia, Jerusalem, Barcelona, Liverpool, Manchester, New Zealand, Cambridge, Romania, Edinburgh, Vancouver, Mediterranean, Genoa


Prince Harry and Meghan took my Instagram name

Kevin Keiley he feels "flattered" but also "annoyed" at the way his Instagram handle @sussexroyal was taken away.
Tags: UK, News, Instagram, Harry, Meghan, Kevin Keiley


Facebook is partnering with a big UK newspaper to publish sponsored articles downplaying 'technofears' and praising the company (FB)

Facebook is paying The Daily Telegraph to run a series of positive sponsored stories about it. The British newspaper is running dozens of stories that defend Facebook on controversial subjects like terrorism, hate speech, and cyber-bullying. It shows how Facebook is attempting to sidestep the often-critical media by buying positive coverage of itself. A spokesperson said it is part of a UK marketing campaign to drive "awareness" of Facebook's investments "that have a positive impact on people’...
Tags: Facebook, UK, London, Instagram, US, Trends, Atlantic, Silicon Valley, Andreessen Horowitz, Daily Telegraph, Huffington Post, Christchurch, Signal, Business Insider, Northern Europe, Hatch


What’s the ‘deal’ with Social Shopping?

Our Junior Editor in Sydney, Lauren Mathieson recently shared this piece examining the evolution of social shopping. As the original article focused on the Australian market, the version below has been updated with data relevant to the UK. The challenge If you work in marketing, you’ll understand the necessity (and difficulty) of proving ROI to your stakeholders. For those in social media marketing, this can become a minefield of vanity metrics, dark social, and trackability. As the social media...
Tags: Facebook, UK, Pinterest, Instagram, Social Media, Seo, E-commerce, Lego, Sydney, Retail, Levi, Social Commerce, Thought Leadership, Instagram Facebook, Social Shopping, Lauren Mathieson


10 things in tech you need to know today

Good morning! This is the tech news you need to know this Monday. Facebook CEO Mark Zuckerberg urged in a newspaper op-ed for more regulation over the internet. He said Facebook has run into problems in four main areas: harmful content, election integrity, privacy, and data portability. Jeff Bezos' chief security consultant has said the Saudi government hacked the Amazon chief's phone and accessed his private information. Gavin de Becker wrote in a column published Saturday that he could concl...
Tags: Amazon, Facebook, Mark Zuckerberg, Twitter, Europe, UK, Instagram, Trends, Jeff Bezos, Christchurch, Alexa, Trump, Catalina, Bezos, Tim Sweeney, Facebook COO Sheryl Sandberg


Selfies From The Past: Celebrating A Birmingham Community’s Selfies From 40 Years Ago

Derek Bishton/Brian Homer/John Reardon/Handsworth Self Portrait Project A 1979 photography project asked passers-by to take snaps of themselves using a makeshift studio built on a street in a multicultural Birmingham suburb. A new exhibition of the Handsworth Self Portrait images showcases how people interacted with the idea of the ‘selfie’ 40 years ago. Running on weekends from August to October... Source
Tags: Photography, UK, Design, Selfies, Community, Birmingham, Retro, Project, Street, 1970s, Birmingham Community, Derek Bishton Brian Homer John Reardon Handsworth


10 things in tech you need to know today

Good morning! This is the tech news you need to know this Friday. Leaked emails reveal Facebook's intense internal discussion over Alex Jones' "anti-Semitic" post on Instagram. Business Insider obtained a lengthy Facebook email chain in which executives discuss Alex Jones' future on Instagram and removing an inflammatory post. UK officials massively bolstered the US campaign against Huawei, finding its equipment has "major defects". The UK's criticism comes as Huawei fights allegations that Ch...
Tags: Google, Verizon, Facebook, UK, Instagram, Microsoft, China, US, Trends, Eu, Army, Hud, Huawei, US Army, Alexa, Communist Party


Facebook’s handling of Alex Jones is a microcosm of its content policy problem

A revealing cluster of emails leaked to Business Insider offers a glimpse at how Facebook decides what content is objectionable in high profile cases. In this instance, a group of executives at Facebook went hands on in determining if an Alex Jones Instagram post violated the platform’s terms of service or not. As Business Insider reports, 20 Facebook and Instagram executives hashed it out over the Jones post, which depicted a mural known as “False Profits” by the artist Mear One. Facebook be...
Tags: Social, TC, Facebook, UK, Instagram, US, Tech, Conspiracy Theories, Jones, East London, Jeremy Corbyn, Alex Jones, As Business Insider, Content Moderation, Alex Jones Instagram, Mear One Facebook


10 things in tech you need to know today

Good morning! This is the tech news you need to know this Thursday. Facebook banned white nationalism and white separatism from its platform. Facebook Counterterrorism Policy Director Brian Fishman told Motherboard that white nationalist and white separatist speech will now be treated the same was as white supremacist content. Lyft raised its IPO price range ahead of its expected IPO this week. The ride-hailing company is expected to price its IPO officially on Thursday night and is expected t...
Tags: Google, Facebook, Elon Musk, UK, Instagram, North Korea, Ipo, US, Trends, Tesla, Ibm, Silicon Valley, Motherboard, Donald Trump, Lightspeed Venture Partners, Sundar Pichai


Leaked emails reveal Facebook's intense internal discussion over Alex Jones' 'anti-Semitic' post on Instagram

Business Insider has obtained a lengthy Facebook email chain in which executives discuss Alex Jones' future on Instagram and removing an inflammatory post. It follows BI reporting the Infowars conspiracy theorist's post after it whipped up anti-Semitic hate among his 320,000 Instagram followers. His post has since been deleted. The leaked emails offer a window on the intense internal discussions and disagreements Facebook executives have over harmful content, and concern over how its actions w...
Tags: Facebook, UK, London, Instagram, US, Trends, Ireland, Jones, Jeremy Corbyn, Alex Jones, Corbyn, Weaver, David Icke, Watch Google, Infowars, Jones Infowars


Make Yourself at Home at The Palm Beach Casino

Phil Nunn is the Club Director of The Palm Beach Casino and he shares his views and knowledge in an interview by Peter White. The Palm Beach Casino is a stunning place with a distinctive style that creates a sophisticated atmosphere. After undergoing some renovations, The Palm Beach Casino from London lives up to its name, by offering the entertainment of the famous Palm Beach in Florida. The Career So Far Phil Nunn has been at The Palm Beach Casino for two and a half years, starting from 2016...
Tags: Travel, Facebook, Florida, UK, England, London, Instagram, Britain, Hotel, Belgium, Mayfair, Ladbrokes, Barnett, Casino, Chesterfield, Barnet



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