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TV Bits: ‘Queer as Folk’ Remake, ‘Friends’ Reunion, ‘Powerpuff Girls,’ ‘Hunters’ Season 2, and More

In this edition of TV Bits: Peacock orders Queer as Folk series reboot Friends reunion special for HBO Max finally sets production date The CW’s Powerpuff Girls live-action series finds its Mojo Jojo Jennifer Jason Leigh joins Hunters season 2 MacGyver canceled at CBS after 5 seasons And more. Peacock announced that it gave a straight to series order for a Queer as Folk remake from UCP, a division of Universal Studio Group, and Stephen Dunn (Closet Monster). Dunn, who directed an episode ...
Tags: Apple, Amazon, Television, Movies, Friends, Stanford, White House, Julia Roberts, Fox, Showtime, New Orleans, Starz, Cbs, Brian, Air, Hitler


The Mosquito Coast Trailer Starring Justin Theroux and Melissa George

The Mosquito Coast trailer starring Justin Theroux and Melissa George Apple TV+ has released the official trailer for their upcoming series adaptation of The Mosquito Coast, based on author Paul Theroux’s best-selling novel of the same name. The seven-episode adaptation is set to premiere its first two episodes on Friday, April 30 followed by new episodes every Friday on Apple TV+. Check out The Mosquito Coast trailer in the player below! The video features Justin Theroux’s Allie Fox as h...
Tags: Apple, Video, TV, Movies, Mexico, US, Justin Theroux, Rupert Wyatt, TV News, Natalie Portman, Paul Theroux, PAUL, Golden Globe, Cross, Freemantle, Theroux


Isuzu Officially Teases BS6 D-Max V-Cross; Launching Soon

While the pickup truck culture never flourished over here, the Isuzu D-Max...
Tags: Autos, Cross, Isuzu


Religion events in the San Fernando Valley area, March 27-April 3

  Passover Seder plate with symbolic foods and a plate of matzos. Passover begins at sundown March 27 and ends at sundown April 4. (Photo by Mikael Haggstrom/Creative Commons CCO 1.0 Universal Public Domain Dedication)   Here is a sampling of upcoming services and events that are in-person/online, in the San Fernando Valley area.   Dayenu – Virtual Seder 2021: Modern Tribe and What Jew Wanna Eat present an online casual Seder lead by Amy Kritzer, 4 p.m. March 27. Free. Download in advance t...
Tags: Google Chrome, Facebook, Youtube, Religion, Los Angeles, Sport, Soccer, United States, Vatican, Jesus, Pope, John, Local News, Easter, Matthew, Corinthians


God Is with Us in Our Callings

Then Jesus came with them to a place called Gethsemane, and he told the disciples, “Sit here while I go over there and pray.” Taking along Peter and the two sons of Zebedee, he began to be sorrowful and troubled. He said to them, “I am deeply grieved to the point of death. Remain here and stay awake with me.” Going a little farther, he fell facedown and prayed, “My Father, if it is possible, let this cup pass from me. Yet not as I will, but as you will.” Matthew 26:36-39 (CSB) If you are overwh...
Tags: Inspiration, Jesus, Matthew, Peter, Cross, Jesus Himself, Zebedee, CSB, Gethsemane, Sunday Scripture, Mary Carver, Lenten Season, Journey to the Cross


Religion events in the San Fernando Valley area, March 20-27

  St. Innocent Orthodox Church on Lindley Avenue in Tarzana. (Google Earth)   Here is a sampling of upcoming services and events that are online, and some in-person, in the San Fernando Valley area.   St. Innocent Orthodox Church: The Rev. Yousuf Rassam leads the Great Vespers service, 5:30 p.m. March 20 (watch on Facebook www.facebook.com/StInnocentTarzana). The Divine Liturgy with procession of icons is outdoors and open to the public, 9:30 a.m. March 21. 5657 Lindley Ave., Tarzana. 818-8...
Tags: Facebook, Hollywood, Supreme Court, Youtube, Religion, Los Angeles, Sport, Soccer, Vatican, Catholic Church, Jesus, John, Jordan, Local News, Matthew, Johnson Johnson


Watched at Home: Top Streaming Films for the Week of March 6

Watched at Home: Top Streaming Films for the Week of March 6 Hey there, fellow couch potatoes! This week’s DEG’s Watched at Home Top 20 List included four new releases, namely Girl in the Basement (No. 4), Fatale (No. 6), Promising Young Woman (No. 12) and Silk Road (No. 15), but it was The Croods: A New Age who claimed the top spot once more; and, in all seriousness, aren’t likely to relent for a while. There simply aren’t that many family features to enjoy, so, with Spring Break coming up,...
Tags: Movies, Harry Potter, Streaming, Greenland, Yellowstone, Tenet, Cross, ComingSoon, Movie News, Blu Ray Digital, Fatale, Watched At Home, Film Coll


The 10 Physical Skills Every Man Should Master

With our archives now 3,500+ articles deep, we’ve decided to republish a classic piece each Friday to help our newer readers discover some of the best, evergreen gems from the past. This article was originally published in May 2017 You probably started crawling when you were about nine months old, and walking at a year. You likely got running around a year later, and learned how to jump not long after that. In the months and years that followed, you got the hang of many other physical movement...
Tags: Featured, Fitness, Life, Sports, Farmers, Crossfit, Tulsa, Cross, Health & Sports, Traverse, Ted Slampyak, MovNat, Practice Challenge, Aaron Baulch, Foot Hand Crawl, Ways to Practice Challenge


Porsche unveils two new electric bikes alongside the Taycan Gran Turismo

Porsche is taking its electrification ambitions to two wheels. The German automaker unveiled two electric bikes Thursday, alongside the global debut of the Porsche Taycan Cross Turismo, the latest variant to its EV flagship. Both electric bikes are said to be inspired by the Taycan, Porsche’s first electric vehicle that kicked off its broader EV ambitions. While the underlying inspiration and foundation are the same— both have have full-suspension carbon frames — each bike has a slightly differe...
Tags: Transportation, Tech, Fox, Porsche, Electric Bikes, Shimano, Cross, Magura, eBikes, Taycan, Taycan Gran Turismo, Shimano Magura, Dieburg Germany, Porsche eBike Cross, Shimano Magura MT Trail


Where Did the Metal Scream Come From? And How Do Metal Vocalists Avoid Destroying Their Vocal Cords?

Do metal singers take vocal lessons? Surely not the greats of old! Did Bruce Dickinson, Rob Halford, and Ozzy Osbourne take lessons? Or did they dive into the debauchery headfirst, screaming? Iron Maiden’s Dickinson has been rumored to have received opera training. This is not true. Instead, he stole his vocal technique from his “dentist ex-girlfriend,” he says. “As an ex-pupil of the very prestigious Cheltenham Ladies’ College, she’d had quite extensive singing lessons, and she kept a n...
Tags: Google, Music, College, Ozzy Osbourne, Pbs, Black Sabbath, Judas Priest, Jack Daniels, Zakk Wylde, Facebook Twitter, Dickinson, Ozzy, Cross, Josh Jones, Sharon, Osbourne


Let’s Not Linger in the Past

Not that I have already reached the goal or am already perfect, but I make every effort to take hold of it because I also have been taken hold of by Christ Jesus. Brothers and sisters, I do not consider myself to have taken hold of it. But one thing I do: Forgetting what is behind and reaching forward to what is ahead, I pursue as my goal the prize promised by God’s heavenly call in Christ Jesus. Philippians 3:12-14 (CSB) Well, it’s nearly spring. January has come and gone. Nobody has asked abou...
Tags: Inspiration, Lent, Jesus, Christ, Let, Jeremiah, Cross, CSB, Sunday Scripture, Mary Carver, Christ Jesus Brothers, Journey to the Cross, Mary Carver Join


Deconstructed to be Reconstructed

Dear friends, we are God’s children now, and what we will be has not yet been revealed. We know that when he appears, we will be like him because we will see him as he is. And everyone who has this hope in him purifies himself just as he is pure. 1 John 3:2-3 (CSB) A few weeks ago, I noticed a house in our neighborhood that was falling apart. More than a cracked driveway or peeling paint, this was major disintegration at a rapid rate. And I was super annoyed to see it. As I drove by that first d...
Tags: Inspiration, Lent, Christ, Cross, CSB, Mary Carver, Lenten Season, in)courage Library, Journey to the Cross


Remembering God’s Creativity in Creation

Lord, our Lord, how magnificent is your name throughout the earth! You have covered the heavens with your majesty. From the mouths of infants and nursing babies, you have established a stronghold on account of your adversaries in order to silence the enemy and the avenger. When I observe your heavens, the work of your fingers, the moon and the stars, which you set in place, what is a human being that you remember him, a son of man that you look after him? You made him l...
Tags: Colorado, Inspiration, Lent, Nature, Jesus, God, Christ, Cross, CSB, Sunday Scripture, Mary Carver, Journey to the Cross, Mary Carver Join


The Mosquito Coast Teaser: Justin Theroux Leads Apple TV+ Adaptation

The Mosquito Coast Teaser: Justin Theroux leads Apple TV+ adaptation A little over a year since the series adaptation was first announced, Apple TV+ has unveiled the first and premiere date for the Justin Theroux-starring iteration of The Mosquito Coast, based on the novel of the same name penned by his uncle Paul Theroux. The teaser can be viewed in the player below! RELATED: Mythic Quest Season 2 Teaser: All This Play is a Lot of Work if ( ! ezoic_test() )...
Tags: Apple, Hbo, TV, Movies, Mexico, US, Apple TV, Justin Theroux, Rupert Wyatt, TV News, Streaming, Teaser, Paul Theroux, PAUL, Golden Globe, Cross


Best Practices for Keeping Your Database Clean

Washing your car can be rewarding. Scrubbing your kitchen is satisfying. Organizing your home office facilitates productivity. And cleaning your bedroom can help you relax or, even, sleep better. And know what else can help you sleep better at night? Maintaining a squeaky-clean database. What exactly constitutes a clean database? It’s one free of outdated, incorrect or just plain junk data. It also involves consolidating datasets to create a more efficient system. But, against all best efforts, ...
Tags: Utah, Business, Technology, Gartner, Ibm, Smith, Derek Smith, Right Now, Cross, Maria Garcia Robert Smith, White Box Technologies


India’s Fintech Future: What Lies Ahead

After analyzing the financial statement (FY20) of 10 fintech companies, including mine I have come to the following conclusion about Indian fintech customers in this thread: 1. Retail Subscriptions based services has not picked up in India for serious domains like financials 2. Indian consumers love free service and won’t mind if you make indirect earnings from them by pushing advertisements and third party products. 3. Difficult to charge customer for advisory as very few people would val...
Tags: Business, India, US, Cross, Digital India, EOD


Fetch’s latest warehouse robot is designed to replace forklifts

San Jose-based robotics company Fetch unveiled its latest robot this morning. The PalletTransport1500 is an autonomous bot designed specifically to replace forklift uses in warehouses. The systems, which are designed to pick up and delivery pallets, are capable of sporting payloads of up to 2,504 pounds. The device joins a number of different robotic forklift solutions from various companies, including Toyota. Though Amazon’s own Kiva Systems-produced robots are likely still the best-known palle...
Tags: TC, Tech, San Jose, Robotics, Fetch, Honeywell, AMR, Cross, OSHA, Fetch Robotics, Kiva Systems, Intelligrated, Toyota Though Amazon


The (digital) road from competitive programming to Google SRE

Welcome to the latest edition of “My Path to Google,” where we talk to Googlers, interns and alumni about how they got to Google, what their roles are like and even some tips on how to prepare for interviews.Today’s post is all about Mohamed Yosri Ahmed, a Site Reliability Engineer at our Munich office. Yosri’s passion for coding competitions led him to Google -- and now he supports young programmers as a mentor in Google’s own series of coding competitions!So first off, what is “competitive pro...
Tags: Google, France, Munich, Portugal, Googlers, Cairo Egypt, Baku Azerbaijan, Cross, Ain Shams University, Site Reliability Engineering SRE, Life at Google, My Path to Google, Daphne Karpel, Student Programs, Google SRE, Mohamed Yosri Ahmed


Austin360 On The Record: Tribute to Cody Canada & Cross Canadian Ragweed, more

Austin360 On The Record is a weekly roundup of new, recent and upcoming releases by local and Austin-associated recording artists.          [Author: Austin 360]
Tags: Religion, Austin, Cross, Cody Canada, Austin 360


‘The Sister’ Trailer: How Far Would You Go to Keep a Secret?

In The Sister, a spooky-looking new series from Hulu, Nathan (Russell Tovey) is haunted by an incident that lead to the death of a young woman. He knows the details of the death – and he knows where the body is buried. And to make things even more complicated, he’s married to the dead woman’s sister – who remains completely unaware of Nathan’s involvement. It’s a surefire recipe for disaster, and as The Sister trailer below shows, it leads to some harrowing consequences. The Sister Trailer ...
Tags: UK, Television, Movies, America, Thriller, Bob, Hulu, Baghdad, Russell Tovey, Nathan, Cross, Neil Cross, Bertie Carvel, TV Trailer, The Sister, Hulu Nathan Russell Tovey


A Black man spent 10 days in jail after he was misidentified by facial recognition, a new lawsuit says

London's King's Cross station was revealed to have trialed some facial-recognition technology. TOLGA AKMEN/AFP/Getty Images A Black man is suing a New Jersey police department after he says he was misidentified by facial-recognition software and wrongly spent 10 days in jail. The man, Nijeer Parks, said he had "never been" to the site of a shoplifting incident but was arrested after contacting the police to clear his name. About a year after the incident, New Jersey's attorney gene...
Tags: Technology, London, Crime, Trends, Racism, Williams, New Jersey, Michigan, Detroit, Facial Recognition, Racial Profiling, Parks, Shinola, Hampton Inn, Woodbridge, Gurbir Grewal


A Black man spent 10 days in jail after he was misidentified by facial recognition, a new lawsuit claims

London's King's Cross station was revealed to have trialled some facial recognition technology. TOLGA AKMEN/AFP/Getty Images A Black man is suing his local police department after wrongly spending 10 days in jail – claiming he was misidentified by facial recognition software.  New Jersey resident Nijeer Parks said he had 'never been' to the site of a shoplifting incident, but was arrested after contacting police to clear his name.  State attorney general Gurbir Grewal said the city...
Tags: Technology, London, Crime, Trends, Racism, Williams, New Jersey, Michigan, Detroit, Facial Recognition, Racial Profiling, Parks, Shinola, Hampton Inn, Woodbridge, Gurbir Grewal


2H 2020 Quick Links, Part 2 (Section 230)

* Griffin v. Google, 2020 WL 6781624 (S.D. Ga. Nov. 18, 2020). “Plaintiff only alleges these Defendants failed to screen to make sure their users were legal entities without providing any other basis for liability….Aside from some very limited exceptions, which are not applicable here, internet companies, including social media companies, are generally immune from suit for content posted on their platforms by third parties under the Communications Decency Act. 47 U.S.C. § 230; Almeida v. Amazon...
Tags: Google, Facebook, Law, Congress, Court, Bird, Yelp, Griffin, Usc, Almeida, Barrett, Facebook Inc, LLC, Cross, Amazon com Inc, Yelp Inc


Race, misinformation, and voter depression

From the Workshop on  “News and Information Disorder in the 2020 US Presidential Election.”  Guy-Uriel E. Charles and Mandy Boltax Since the 2016 election, scholars have focused a lot of attention on the intentional deployment of misinformation to influence electoral politics. The growing body of research on “information disorder” emphasizes our evolving social media landscape, which is an increasingly dominant environment for news that is driven by artificial intelligence, online behavior t...
Tags: Obama, US, Barack Obama, Gop, Hillary Clinton, Mitt Romney, Michigan, Ira, Republican, Donald Trump, Senate Intelligence Committee, Black, Knight Foundation, Branding, Clinton, Guest Blogger


The emerging science of content labeling: “Soft” interventions and hard public problems

From the Workshop on  “News and Information Disorder in the 2020 US Presidential Election.”  John P. Wihbey We are all content labelers — and potentially, the labeled — now. Indeed, we might think of 2020 as the dawn of information about information, the moral use of metadata in the market of speech. Given this extraordinary turn toward labeling on social media, I want to focus here on a particular research agenda that explores a set of interrelated questions. They revolve around the tri...
Tags: Facebook, Twitter, Supreme Court, US, Donald Trump, Knight Foundation, Branding, Guest Blogger, Twitter Facebook, Cross, Cass Sunstein, Richard Thaler, Oliver Wendell Holmes, John P Wihbey, Election Integrity Partnership, Northeastern University Ethics Institute


The 2020 election integrity partnership

From the Workshop on  “News and Information Disorder in the 2020 US Presidential Election.”  Jevin West “They gave Trump voters sharpies and now their votes are being invalidated! WTF!” An unverified user posted this tweet shortly after the Arizona polls closed. Within a few hours, the tweet and others like it went viral. The official (verified) Pima County account tweeted a response to Sharpiegate, stating that felt-tipped pens could be used to vote; they would not invalidate a ballot...
Tags: Twitter, Washington, Stanford, US, Arizona, West Coast, Knight Foundation, Branding, Guest Blogger, Trump, University of Washington, CIP, Pima County, Cross, Jevin West, Information School


Former champions Cross and Lewis suffer shock World Championship losses

Former champions Rob Cross and Adrian Lewis both suffer surprise second-round defeats at the PDC World Championship.
Tags: News, Lewis, Cross, Rob Cross, Adrian Lewis


Disinformation gets physical: The internet of things as an emerging terrain

From the Workshop on  “News and Information Disorder in the 2020 US Presidential Election.”  Laura DeNardis I can live, and live abundantly, as a digital human being who has never been on Facebook or Instagram. But I can’t live, work, or socialize without the underlying systems of technical architecture and governance that keep the internet operational and connect the cyber-physical w orld around me. The institutions that operate this infrastructure include cloud computing providers, in...
Tags: Facebook, China, Berlin, US, United States, Iot, Google Maps, Squarespace, Knight Foundation, Branding, American University, Guest Blogger, Cross, Yale Information Society Project, COVID, Laura DeNardis


How Does Mobile App Development Help Your Business?

Asking for the importance of mobile app development in any business is similar to asking for the requirement of emails when we had a system for sending letters. It is not about communication, but the convenience that the mobile applications are providing in terms of customer engagement and increased accessibility is way ahead. Mobile App Development is one of the best inventions of the human being as it makes the customer access easier and exciting towards any business. Before moving forward, le...
Tags: Business, Technology, United States, Mobile App Development, Digital Marketing, Right Now, Cross, Digital Marketing Executive, Developer Tools Customers, Chandrasekhar Sah, Webkul Software Pvt Ltd


Joseph Cross to Direct Movie Adaptation of Louise Candlish’s Novel ‘The Other Passenger’ (EXCLUSIVE)

Louise Candlish’s best-selling novel “The Other Passenger” is getting the feature film treatment. Actor-turned-director Joseph Cross has nabbed film rights and plans to direct the movie adaptation. Cross will also produce the film through his company, Moving Image Productions, alongside Lucas Evans. No actors are attached yet. Candlish’s book, which is a hit in the […]
Tags: News, Cross, Joseph Cross, Louise Candlish, Candlish, The Other Passenger, Moving Image Productions, Lucas Evans