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Woman survives after SUV plunges off cliff

(CNN)  An Oregon woman who disappeared a week ago was found alive at the bottom of an oceanside cliff in Big Sur, California, where she survived in the wreckage of her SUV by using her radiator hose to siphon water from a nearby creek, authorities said Saturday.Angela Hernandez, 22, of Portland, injured her shoulder but was able to walk and talk, said John Thornburg, public information officer for the sheriff's office in Monterey County, California.Photos posted on Facebook showed Hernandez...
Tags: Facebook, Oregon, Cnn, Portland, Local News, Monterey County, Angela, Hernandez, San Mateo County, Half Moon Bay, Thornburg, KGO, John Thornburg, Big Sur California, Angela Hernandez, San Mateo Sheriff s Office


Racially abused German woman blocked by Facebook for Austria post

A black German woman described hostility from Austrians for wearing a traditional dirndl.
Tags: Facebook, News, Austria


Muslim Candidates Running In Record Numbers Despite Rising Islamophobia

SPRINGFIELD, Mass. (AP) — A liberal woman of color with zero name recognition and little funding takes down a powerful, long serving congressman from her own political party. When Tahirah Amatul-Wadud heard about Alexandria Ocasio-Cortez’s stunning upset over U.S. Rep. Joe Crowley in New York’s Democratic primary last month, the first-time candidate saw parallels with her own longshot campaign for Congress in western Massachusetts. The 44-year-old Muslim, African-American civil rights lawyer, wh...
Tags: Facebook, New York, Texas, News, Minnesota, Obama, Congress, California, Senate, Massachusetts, Indiana, Gop, Arizona, San Diego, Muslim, Michigan


The ChurchMag Facebook Group

Did you know that we have a ChurchMag Facebook Group? Because we do. If you aren’t a part of the group then maybe this post will help you to know if you want to join or not. These are some of the things that you will get to be a part of if you join us. Be In-The-Know The ChurchMag FB Group members are in-the-know about upcoming ChurchMag events, along with things exclusive to the Group.   Movie Discussion Threads We have respectful Spoiler Threads for people dying to talk about the newe...
Tags: Facebook, Social Media, Seo, Web, Jeremy, Facebook Group, FB Group, ChurchMag Facebook Group, ChurchMag FB Group


Nimble Today Page Puts All Your Small Business Info in One Place

Most small business owners rely on tech tools to help become more organized, efficient, productive and successful. But often tools touted as “saviors” for small businesses are merely smaller, less useful versions of enterprise-level solutions. Nimble Today Page That’s what makes Nimble, a social sales and marketing CRM expressly designed for small businesses, so useful. Last month, the company introduced a “Today Page,” a customizable dashboard that consolidates the data small business owners...
Tags: Facebook, Sales, Ferrara, Jon Ferrara, G Suite


We drove the $65,000 Audi S5 Coupe to see if it's the next great German GT car — here's the verdict

The second generation Audi A5 Coupe is all new for 2018. The A5 shares a platform with the highly touted A4 sedan. Business Insider had a chance to test out a sportier version of the A5 Coupe called the S5. We were impressed by the S5's powerful turbocharged V6 engine. The 2018 A5 starts at $42,800 while our S5 Coupe test car cost $64,750. In late 2016, Audi dropped off a brand new 2017 A4 sedan for Business Insider to check out. After just a week behind the wheel, it became apparent that th...
Tags: Facebook, US, Trends, Mlb, Bmw, Honda, Audi, Business Insider, Don, Atlanta Georgia, VW Group, Mercedes AMG, Acura NSX, Bentley Bentayga, INGOLSTADT Germany, Audi S5


We tried Tesla's, Cadillac's, and Mercedes' semi-autonomous driving systems — and the winner is clear

We've tried Tesla Autopilot, Cadillac Super Cruise, and Mercedes Drive Pilot. Each has its own pros and cons. Super Cruise is, in our view, worth the extra cost. These are early days for self-driving cars. True, we've seen some efforts at near full-autonomy in some experimental cases. Waymo has been at it for years, Uber rolled out its own system in Pittsburgh in 2016, and more recently General Motors' Cruise division showcased its technology for the media, with plans to commercialize a ride...
Tags: Facebook, US, Trends, Tesla, Gm, Mercedes, Pittsburgh, Cadillac, Northern California, Waymo, Super Cruise, Lidar Tesla, Tesla Autopilot Cadillac Super Cruise, Mercedes Drive Pilot Each, General Motors Cruise, Tesla Cadillac


Most Buzzed Designs of June 2018

Below you’ll find the most popular designs we’ve tracked over the last 30 days – an overview of designs you shouldn’t have missed in June 2018.Funny enough, this is the camera concept that had the photography world buzzing when numerous sources believed this was truly the next Canon G7X Mark III.From the clever minds at Metafora Design Team, this is their interpretation of what a home brewing system might look like if Dyson created one.Technically classified as a trike (a contraction of the word...
Tags: Apple, Deals, Facebook, Design, Technology, San Francisco, Automotive, Dyson, Best Of, Canon, Stockholm, Product Design, Best of 2018, BB Network, Ethec Electric Motorcycle, Metafora Design Team


Game Company Receives Complaints About Bad Example Set By '%FEMALENAME' (slashdot)

ArenaNet narrative designer Jessica Price was fired last week after she accused a Twitter user of "mansplaining", and adding later "Don't expect me to pretend to like you here." (Her employer characterized this as "attacks on the community.") So what happened in the week that followed? An anonymous reader writes: A Reddit user indicated he'd been speaking satirically when he posted that "We can probably fire anyone on the GW2 dev team as long we make a big enough stink," and expressed surprise ...
Tags: Facebook, Twitter, News, Nasa, Reddit, Don, Kotaku, Wu, Brianna Wu, Arkane Studios, EditorDavid, Jessica Price


Facebook told to give parents access to the private messages of their dead daughter

Germany's high court ruled last week that Facebook data and messages can be inherited much like physical diaries or letters. The landmark ruling comes as a result of a case in which a mother was denied access to her dead daughter's Facebook messages. Facebook said it "respectfully disagrees" with the ruling. Germany's Federal Court of Justice last week ruled in favour of two parents who have been trying to gain access to their dead daughter's Facebook messages for more than five years. The d...
Tags: Apple, Facebook, UK, Germany, Trends, National Suicide Prevention Lifeline, Federal Court of Justice


Undo gets $14M to scale to meet the software accountability challenge

Undo, a long time player in the debugging tools space, offering its program execution capture and replay technology to help others diagnose software failures, has closed a $14 million Series B round led by Cambridge Innovation Capital, the Cambridge, UK-based builder of tech and healthcare companies. The 2005 founded startup — initially bootstrapped (out of founder Greg Law’s garden shed) — has come a long way, and now has more than 30 paying customers for what it describes as its “record, rewin...
Tags: Fundings & Exits, Facebook, Europe, UK, Developer, California, US, Tech, Cambridge, Java, Skype, Kazaa, Cambridge UK, Jaan Tallinn, UNDO, Cambridge Angels


How to Maximize Your Instagram Advertising Efforts Using Video

This is a guest post by Akvile DeFazio, President of AKvertise, Inc. You already know that content creation is a great strategy for promoting your company and increasing sales, but video content specifically has risen to the top of the heap over the last few years. As attention spans get shorter and shorter, consumers are seeking video content above all else, and it receives 10-30% more views than other materials like visual graphics and written text. According to a recent Hubspot survey, cons...
Tags: Facebook, Instagram, US, Sem, Facebook Ads, Facebook Instagram Twitter Pinterest, Instagram Stories, Akvile, Akvile DeFazio, IGTV Instagram, AKvertise Inc, Instagram Click, IGTV Instagram TV Calling


Libya says 8 migrants suffocated inside shipping container

BENGHAZI, Libya (AP) — Libya says at least eight people, mainly children, died of suffocation inside a shipping container crammed with migrants in the western coastal city of Zuwara. The city’s security authorities said on Facebook on Monday that the deceased — six children, a woman and a young man — were among around 100 […]
Tags: Facebook, News, Libya, Benghazi Libya, Zuwara, Nation & World


How to sing better 3: breath control, vocal range and singing in tune

I get asked questions like these a lot: “How can I be a good singer?” or “How can I sing better?”Of course, it depends on what you mean by ‘good’ and ‘better’. In this series of four posts I’ll outline a few things that might help.I’ve drawn together 40 posts of mine on improving your singing voice, and have collected them into a four post series called How to sing better.In the first post of the series, I looked at the very beginning of your journey: getting started and not making excuses.In th...
Tags: Facebook, Music, Singing, Pitching, Singers, Breathing, Singing Voice, Vocal Range, Learning To Sing, Chris Rowbury, Tuning, Out Of Tune, Breath Control


Apache Cassandra at 10: Making a community believe in NoSQL

A decade of technical promise and open-source fall-outs Ten years ago this month, when Lehman Brothers was still just about in business and the term NoSQL wasn't even widely known, let alone an irritant, Facebook engineers open-sourced a distributed database system named Cassandra.…
Tags: Facebook, Software, Lehman Brothers, Cassandra, Apache Cassandra


The Big Quiet in New York City

  Hey New York, On Weds July 18th The Big Quiet is partnering with the American Museum of Natural History for a mass meditation and sound experience under the Blue Whale in the Milstein Hall of Ocean Life. Live practitioners will collaborate alongside museum scientists to bring the sounds of the deep sea into the meditation, followed by a series of performances featuring special guest musicians, a baby grand piano, acoustic violi...
Tags: Facebook, New York, New York City, Meditation, Museum, American Museum of Natural History, Astrology, Bq, Rotunda, Central Park West, Mellowness, Milstein Hall of Ocean Life Live, Kombrewcha, Museum Team BQ PS, Medi Club


How to Watch the Trump-Putin Press Conference in Helsinki, No Cable Required

U.S. president Donald Trump and Russian president Vladimir Putin are scheduled to have a press conference today at 9:50am ET, 6:50am PT, 4:50pm Moscow time. And if you’re looking for a way to watch a livestream of the Helsinki press conference without a TV, Gizmodo has got you covered.Read more...
Tags: Ios, Facebook, Science, Vladimir Putin, Washington Post, Youtube, Cbs News, Apple TV, Moscow, Roku, Livestream, Fire TV, Gizmodo, Donald Trump, Helsinki, Cordcutters


Facebook hires Google’s head of chip development Shahriar Rabii

Facebook announced that it has hired Google's head of chip development Shahriar Rabii to be the vice president and its head of silicon. With this announcement, the company once again hinted that it is serious about building its own semiconductors, joining Apple Inc.  Shahriar Rabii previously helped Google in the development of chips for the company’s devices, including the Pixel smartphone’s custom Visual Core chip, according to his LinkedIn profile. According to the people familiar with the...
Tags: Google, Facebook, News, Blogging, Qualcomm, Andrew Bosworth, Intel Apple, Rabii, Shahriar Rabii, Apple Inc Shahriar Rabii


10 things in tech you need to know today (TSLA)

Good morning! This is the tech news you need to know this Monday. 1. Elon Musk launched a baseless attack on Vern Unsworth, one of the British divers involved in the rescue of the Thai soccer team. Unsworth had criticised Musk's mini-submarine as a "PR stunt." 2. Google cofounder Larry Page has backed a 'flying car' startup called BlackFly. Canadian startup Opener came out of stealth to unveil its flying vehicle BlackFly on Thursday. 3. Chinese beauty app Meitu has hundreds of millions of users...
Tags: Google, Facebook, Europe, Elon Musk, UK, Microsoft, Obama, US, Samsung, Trends, Bbc, Larry Page, Katy Perry, House, House Of Representatives, Republican


New Book Paints Different Picture of Workplace Behavior At Google and Facebook

Longtime Slashdot reader theodp writes: In Valley of Genius: The Uncensored History of Silicon Valley (As Told by the Hackers, Founders, and Freaks Who Made It Boom), Adam Fisher paints quite a different picture of life at now-workforce behavior preachers Google and Facebook, revealing that the tech giants' formative days were filled with the kind of antics that run afoul of HR protocols. Google was not a normal place, begins an excerpt in Vanity Fair that includes some juicy quotes attributed t...
Tags: Google, Facebook, Tech, Silicon Valley, Sheryl Sandberg, Valley, Ayers, Sergey, Charlie Ayers, Adam Fisher, Google Sandberg


With Google Hotel Ads New Integrations Paid Advertisement now Perform at a Significantly Stronger Conversion Rate

new integrations are the most exciting advances Google did to Help Hotels perform at a significantly stronger conversion rate with a paid advertisement. The modern traveler today has more access to research, booking, and platform options than ever. Hotels have been looking for new innovative and alternative solutions that allow them to; Drive more effective direct booking globally, across all devices To be present whenever and wherever customers are looking for a Hotel Implementation on all ...
Tags: Google, Facebook, Hotels, Social Media, Seo, Hotel, Google Maps, Conversion Rate, Travelers, Google Hotel Ads, Social Media Community, Morch, Founders Media Click Here, Social Media Mastery for Hotels, Facebook Group Hospitality Gone Social Click Here, Social Media Mastery for Hotel


Policing Police Drones, Inheriting Facebook Messages, and Unexplained Sounds: Best Gizmodo Stories of the Week

We here at Gizmodo had a lot of questions this week, and we did our best to give you some answers because you’re probably wondering some of the same things. For instance, if you’ve ever asked yourself who is regulating police drones to keep them from being abused, the answer is, “Pretty much nobody is right now, but…Read more...
Tags: Facebook, Elon Musk, Politics, Science, Fcc, Drones, Facebook Messenger, Gizmodo, Cosmic Rays, The Handmaids Tale, Best Of Gizmodo, Sound Mysteries


Broadway Entrepreneur Uses Business Live Streaming to Help Others

Use business live streaming to share successes and failures and become part of a growing trend. Audiences want to see live streams where businesses reveal major mistakes and solutions. As humorist Sam Levenson said, “You must learn from the mistakes of others. You can’t possibly live long enough to make them all yourself.” As always, don’t be trendy for the sake of being trendy. Common business wisdom is to tie every decision to a larger goal — or a call-to-action no matter how small. Small Bus...
Tags: Facebook, New York, Jay Leno, Interviews, Sales, Broadway, Cbs, North America, Andrew Lloyd Webber, Facebook Live, Hsn, Joy Mangano, Ken, Crain, Davenport, Town Hall


Broadway Entrepreneur Uses Business Live Steaming to Help Others

  Use business live streaming to share successes and failures and become part of a growing trend. Audiences want to see live streams where businesses reveal major mistakes and solutions. As humorist Sam Levenson said, “You must learn from the mistakes of others. You can’t possibly live long enough to make them all yourself.” As always, don’t be trendy for the sake of being trendy. Common business wisdom is to tie every decision to a larger goal — or a call-to-action no matter how small. Small B...
Tags: Facebook, New York, Jay Leno, Interviews, Sales, Broadway, Cbs, North America, Andrew Lloyd Webber, Facebook Live, Hsn, Joy Mangano, Ken, Crain, Davenport, Town Hall


Digital Ads Are Starting To Feel Psychic

It seems like everyone these days has had a paranoiac moment where a website advertises something to you that you recently purchased or was gifted without a digital trail. According to a new website called New Organs, which collects first-hand accounts of these moments, "the feeling of being listened to is among the most common experiences, along with seeing the same ads on different websites, and being tracked via geo-location," reports The Outline. The website was created by Tega Brain and Sam...
Tags: Facebook, Tech, Brooklyn, Lavigne, Sam Lavigne


How To Remove Reviews From Facebook: Business Page Tips

The question of how to remove reviews from Facebook is one that pops up quite a bit. Think about it, you’re a small business owner, and the reputation of your company is your livelihood. But it should come as no surprise that as an entrepreneur you can’t please everybody. The truth is, your product may not be right for everybody, and that’s okay. However, people on the internet hold no punches. When they’re upset about something, they let everyone know. And in the age of social media, this means...
Tags: Google, Facebook, Branding, Orm, Facebook With, Facebook Everyone, No Facebook, Market Force Research


Facebook taking heat over its approach to Infowars; here's what you need to know

Facebook has taken some heat for its policies on misinformation, which allow for Infowars, a far-right site that has touted conspiracy theories in the past.            [Author: USA TODAY]
Tags: Facebook, Usa, News, Usa Today, Infowars


Germany agrees to take share of 450 migrants awaiting fate on ships off Italy

Germany has agreed to take 50 of 450 migrants rescued from an overcrowded boat in the Mediterranean following a plea from Italy for EU states to share responsibility. Sunday's show of goodwill came after France and Malta had already agreed to take 50 migrants each in response to letters sent to the governments of the 27 other EU members by Giuseppe Conte, the Italian prime minister, asking them to share responsibility with Rome. It also came as Horst Seehofer, the German interior minister,...
Tags: Facebook, Europe, News, France, Germany, Angela Merkel, Eu, Rome, Czech Republic, Austria, Italy, Eritrea, Libya, Brussels, Bavaria, Mediterranean


Facebook Makes Moves On Instagram's Users

Facebook is trying to get Instagram users to visit its site more often by further entwining the two services. According to Instagram user Spencer Chen, the Instagram app prompted him to check out a friend's new photo on Facebook. "Chen grabbed a screenshot and posted the notification on the internet, calling it a cry for attention by the older social network," reports Bloomberg. From the report: Instagram says what Chen experienced was a product test with a small contingent of users. Still, Inst...
Tags: Facebook, Instagram, Tech, Bloomberg, Greenfield, Chen, Spencer Chen, Snap Inc, Ken Sena, Facebook Chen, Wells Fargo Securities Instagram