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9 Older Movies That'll Inspire You to Cook Tonight

If you love both eating and entertainment, you might be the type of person who has an opinion on Tom Colicchio’s decision to cut that last cook on Top Chef. Being a foodie doesn’t give you a professional chef’s experience, but watching their magic onscreen can inspire even the most inexperienced cooks among us to pick…Read more...
Tags: Kitchen, Cooking, Films, Disney, Netflix, Foodie, Bradley Cooper, Food And Drink, Johnny Depp, Lifehacks, Jon Favreau, Helen Mirren, Juliette Binoche, Julia Child, Adam Jones, Hassan


9 Movies That'll Inspire You to Cook Tonight

If you love both eating and entertainment, you might be the type of person who has an opinion on Tom Colicchio’s decision to cut that last cook on Top Chef. Being a foodie doesn’t give you a professional chef’s experience, but watching their magic onscreen can inspire even the most inexperienced cooks among us to pick…Read more...
Tags: Kitchen, Cooking, Films, Disney, Netflix, Foodie, Bradley Cooper, Food And Drink, Johnny Depp, Lifehacks, Jon Favreau, Helen Mirren, Juliette Binoche, Julia Child, Adam Jones, Hassan


Coronavirus Update 2-22-2021: Get ready for the glut of Covid whistleblower tag-along claims

The headline reads, "Ex-Manager Sues Ample Hills in Lawsuit Alleging Harassment and Unsafe COVID-19 Protocols" (emphasis mine).Here's the lede:Bryce Mottram, a former general manager at one of quirky ice cream purveyor Ample Hills' scoop shops, has filed a lawsuit in New York Eastern District Court alleging that he was fired from the company in retaliation for speaking up about instances of sexual harassment and unsafe COVID-19 workplace protocols at the company.I firmly believe that for the n...
Tags: Law, Hassan, OSHA, Jon Hyman, Pixabay, Ample Hills, Coronavirus, Bryce Mottram, New York Eastern District Court


Coronavirus Update 2-12-2021: Get ready for the glut of Covid whistleblower tag-along claims

The headline reads, "Ex-Manager Sues Ample Hills in Lawsuit Alleging Harassment and Unsafe COVID-19 Protocols" (emphasis mine).Here's the lede:Bryce Mottram, a former general manager at one of quirky ice cream purveyor Ample Hills' scoop shops, has filed a lawsuit in New York Eastern District Court alleging that he was fired from the company in retaliation for speaking up about instances of sexual harassment and unsafe COVID-19 workplace protocols at the company.I firmly believe that for the n...
Tags: Law, Hassan, OSHA, Jon Hyman, Pixabay, Ample Hills, Bryce Mottram, New York Eastern District Court


YC-backed Djamo is building a financial super app for consumers in Francophone Africa

Djamo , a financial super app for consumers in Francophone Africa, is the first startup from Ivory Coast to get backing from Y Combinator. While there has been a huge profusion of financial services that have emerged in recent years in Africa, Djamo’s mission is to try to plug one specific and a very underserved gap in Francophone Africa. In the region, less than 25% of adults have bank accounts as the focus for banks remains the top 10-20% wealthiest customers. The rest, which is a of a...
Tags: Nigeria, Africa, Tech, South Africa, West Africa, World Bank, Ivory Coast, Naspers, Cto, Yc, MTN, Saharan Africa, Hassan, Bamba, Amazon Alibaba, Bourgi


Mono, a startup that wants to build Plaid for Africa, gets backing from Y Combinator

Prakhar Singh and ex-Paystack employee Abdul Hassan have known each other for seven years, building different tech products individually and collectively along the way. Before joining Paystack in 2018, Hassan co-founded OyaPay, a payments startup the year before. After leaving the Stripe-owned company in 2019, he launched a data startup called Voyance where Singh, who had already exited one of his products — Transferpay.ng , an offline payments startup — was a software engineer. ...
Tags: Google, India, Nigeria, Africa, Tech, Kenya, Ghana, Cto, Mono, Hassan, Singh, Paystack, TechCrunch Today, Indicina, Prakhar Singh, Abdul Hassan


Citi sticks with Justin Thomas and Twitter asks users to flag misinformation: 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.  'Party in the U.S.A. '  Good morning! Remember last week when we reported that brands were delaying their Super Bowl announcements for after the week of Joe Biden’s inauguration? Well, here they come. On Monday, Michelob Ultra premiered its Super Bowl spot featuring top a...
Tags: Hbo, Hollywood, Wikipedia, Advertising, Nbc News, NFL, America, Bloomberg, Joe Biden, Hawaii, Budweiser, Nbcuniversal, Reddit, National Football League, Warner Bros, Serena Williams


Telegram Feature Exposes Your Precise Address To Hackers

Telegram has no plans to fix a vulnerability that makes it easy for hackers to find your precise location. The problem stems from a feature called People Nearby, which is disabled by default, but allows users who are geographically close to you to connect. Ars Technica reports: Independent researcher Ahmed Hassan, however, has shown how the feature can be abused to divulge exactly where you are. Using readily available software and a rooted Android device, he's able to spoof the location his dev...
Tags: Tech, Ars Technica, Telegram, Hassan, Ahmed Hassan, People Nearby


How Iran is pursuing a high-risk/high-reward strategy to gain an edge in talks with Biden

Iranian Revolutionary Guard members arrive for a ceremony for the 40th anniversary of the Islamic Revolution, in Tehran, February 11, 2019. (AP Photo/Vahid Salemi) An uptick in Iranian nuclear and naval activity since December 31 risks provoking a response in the region, including from the US. The activity is part of an effort by Iran to increase the cost of maintaining sanctions to the US and its allies and ensure the Biden administration prioritizes negotiations with Tehran upon taking o...
Tags: South Korea, Saudi Arabia, Iraq, Defense, Israel, US, Trends, Joe Biden, Iran, Syria, Cnn, West, United States, Middle East, United Arab Emirates, Hassan Rouhani


Watch Dogs Legion review – fight fascism in a futuristic London

PC, PlayStation 4, Xbox One, PlayStation 5 (forthcoming), Xbox Series X/S (forthcoming); UbisoftThis ambitious, imperfect and unashamedly weird game attempts to simulate an entire populationVideo games have become extraordinarily adept at simulating geography, from Assassin’s Creed’s detailed, architecturally accurate takes on ancient Egypt or 18th-century Paris to Microsoft Flight Simulator’s virtual simulacrum of the Earth’s surface. But they are still no good at simulating people, and their c...
Tags: Games, London, Microsoft, Xbox One, Earth, Culture, Egypt, Paris, Playstation 4, Camden, Ubisoft, Creed, Hassan, Assassin, Nine Elms, PlayStation 5


Political phrases in Polish

We are approaching USA Presidential election…Even though it does not take place in Poland, but here, in USA, let’s get familiar with political phrase that might be useful for us. Image by mohamed Hassan from Pixabay Republicans – Republikanie Democrats – Demokraci Republican Party – Partia Republikańska Democratic Party – Partia Demokratyczna Candidates – Kandydat (singular), kandydaci (plural) Campaign – Kampania President – Prezydent Election – Wybory Election Day – Dzień wyborów Ballot – Ka...
Tags: Politics, Usa, Culture, Linguistics, Poland, Countries, Nie, Hassan, Karta, Pete Linforth, Zaangażowanie, Ludzie nie


Before attack, a Pakistani teen sought better life in France

Ali Hassan was only 15 when he left Pakistan to be smuggled to Europe, following the path of his older brother and many other young men from his home country dreaming of a better life. Before the Sept. 25 attack, he proclaimed in a video he was seeking vengeance after the French satirical newspaper Charlie Hebdo published caricatures of Islam’s Prophet Muhammad. Little is known about Hassan’s time in France.
Tags: Europe, News, France, Pakistan, Islam, Charlie Hebdo, Hassan, Ali Hassan, Muhammad Little


How to build a diverse and inclusive workforce as a small business

Shayanne Gal/Business Insider Hiring diverse talent can help your business better innovate. Luis Alvarez/Getty Images Smaller businesses are better poised to create diverse and inclusive teams than big corporations — as long as they start early. Finding top talent for your company requires diversifying your network before you start hiring and expanding the scope of what you're looking for in candidates. You can also make your hiring strategy more inclusive by standardizing the...
Tags: Small Business, Entrepreneurship, Trends, Strategy, Management, Recruiting, Johnson, Hiring, Nordic, Hutchinson, Morales, Hassan, University of Colorado Boulder, Stephanie Russell Kraft, Diversity and Inclusion, Diversity and Flexibility Alliance


The Free State Can Keep a Good Governor

The Free State Can Keep a Good Governor. IMG iStock ID: 884214472 New Hampshire – -(AmmoLand.com)- While New Hampshire currently has two Senators who are disappointing in terms of defending our Second Amendment rights, this is not the case when it comes to that state’s governor. Only this governor could very well make the jump to the Senate. Governors of New Hampshire serve two-year terms. In essence, that is a constant state-wide run, and whoever holds that office can easily switch to a Sena...
Tags: Guns, Obama, Senate, White House, Reagan, Hillary Clinton, New Hampshire, Wuhan, Harold, Larry Hogan, National Rifle Association, Hassan, Maggie Hassan, Jeanne Shaheen, Sununu, Shaheen


Platforms for Guest Blogging and Why You Should have Collaborative Content

There are multiple trends for blogging online. Most of these are for increasing the number of visitors or viewers of a website. It could be through video marketing, email marketing, SEO, and many more. One trend that does not go out of style is guest blogging. Any blogger, especially those that just built up a new page, should invite a few guest posters on their page to invite more readers into the blog. Or, the blogger could also do guest blogging on other sites to gain back readers onto their ...
Tags: Advertising, Guest Blog, Don, Hassan, Blog Tips, Guest Blogging, Guest Posting, Huffington Post Huffington Post


'We pick your food': migrant workers speak out from Spain's 'Plastic Sea'

In Almería’s vast farms, migrants pick fruit destined for UK supermarkets. But these ‘essential workers’ live in shantytowns and lack PPE as Covid cases soarPhotographs and drone footage by Ofelia de Pablo and Javier ZuritaIt is the end of another day for Hassan, a migrant worker from Morocco who has spent the past 12 hours under a sweltering late summer sun harvesting vegetables in one of the vast greenhouses of Almería, southern Spain.The vegetables he has dug from the red dirt are destined fo...
Tags: Europe, Business, UK, Spain, World news, Aldi, Supermarkets, Migration, Food & drink industry, Morocco, Hassan, Tesco Sainsbury, Almeria, Asda Lidl, Europe UK, Coronavirus outbreak


Lawmakers Ask For Drug-trafficking Information On Dark Web

CONCORD, N.H. (AP) — U.S. Sen. Maggie Hassan of New Hampshire is asking the U.S. attorney general’s office and the FBI for a progress report on illegal drug trafficking, particularly of fentanyl and other opioids, on a hidden part of the internet known as the dark web. Hassan was joined by fellow Democrat U.S. Sen. Dianne Feinstein, of California, and Republican U.S. Sen. John Cornyn, of Texas, in a letter Tuesday asking for information regarding the work of the Joint Criminal Opioid Darknet Enf...
Tags: California, California News, Fbi, New Hampshire, Dark Web, Justice Department, Concord, N H AP, Hassan, Jeff Sessions, Opioids, Sen Maggie Hassan, U S Sen Dianne Feinstein, Republican U S Sen John Cornyn of Texas


How Putin's favorite mercenaries are using secretive operations to tip the balance in Africa

An improvised explosive device found in Tripoli, Libya, a weapon that US Africa Command says was introduced to the country by Wagner Group. US Africa Command Russia has expanded its engagement with Africa, seeking their support and access to their resources. A key part of that outreach has been through a shadowy private military contractor known as the Wagner Group, which is supporting Russian-backed forces across the continent. Visit Business Insider's homepage for more stories. In 2014, ...
Tags: Isis, Putin, Vladimir Putin, China, Russia, Africa, US, International, Trends, Qatar, Turkey, Syria, Ukraine, Ied, Afghanistan, Taliban


What DeJoy Did — And Did Not — Clear Up About His Policies’ Impact On Vote-By-Mail

In highly-anticipated Senate testimony Friday, embattled Postmaster General Louis DeJoy was able to assuage some of election experts’ worst fears about how new changes at the U.S. Postal Service could hinder vote-by-mail this November. But he dismissed other concerns that have swept the country in recent weeks, leaving a still-murky picture of whether his agency was prepared for a pandemic election, even as some questions central to the USPS’ ability to deliver ballots on time were cleared up. ...
Tags: News, Washington Post, Senate, US Postal Service, Usps, Manchester, Postal Service, Trump, Tierney Sneed, U S Postal Service, Senate Committee on Homeland Security, Hassan, Kyrsten Sinema, Sen Maggie Hassan D NH, The Postal Service, DeJoy


The Israel-U.A.E. Deal and the Beirut Blast Both Box in Iran

With Arab neighbors more worried about Iran than Israel, is Tehran losing the battle for influence in the region?
Tags: News, France, Israel, Iran, Tehran, Beirut, Lebanon, Hezbollah, International Relations, Arab, Netanyahu, Benjamin, Rouhani, Hassan, Zarif, Macron


Lebanon government resigns amid explosion fallout

Lebanon's government resigned during a cabinet meeting on Monday to discuss early elections following last week's catastrophic explosion in Beirut, the country's health minister has said. "The whole government resigned," Hamad Hassan told reporters at the end of the meeting. Prime Minister Hassan Diab was expected to travel to the presidential palace to "hand over the resignation in the name of all the ministers," Mr Hassan said. Pressure has mounted on the government to step down am...
Tags: News, International Monetary Fund, Beirut, Lebanon, Hassan, Hassan Diab, Ghazi Wazni, Hamad Hassan, Nassif Hitti


Five Reputation Management Tools to Use

Nowadays there’s a lot of personal information publicly available on the web. We all have an “online persona” which is directly related to the way people see and judge us as individuals. Unfortunately managing your online reputation is everything but an easy task. There are many social media channels where people can spread unbiased opinions about others, tag inappropriate photos, and otherwise mess with your reputation. As a blogger, your name stands for the quality and authenticity of your pos...
Tags: Google, Branding, Hassan, Social Mention, Business Life, Google Alerts Google, Knowem Knowem, Twitter Facebook FriendFeed YouTube Digg Google, Knowem


12 dead as Philippine troops battle militants in south

Philippine troops clashed with Muslim guerrillas allied with the Islamic State group in the country’s south, leaving two soldiers and about 10 militants dead, military officials said Thursday. An army infantry force raided a remote camp belonging to the Dawlah Islamiyah on Wednesday near Datu Salibo town in Maguindanao province, sparking an exchange of fire. Gunmen in nearby areas reinforced the militants under army fire in the marshland, prolonging the battle and preventing government forces fr...
Tags: News, Islamic State, Muslim, Hassan, Maguindanao, Dawlah Islamiyah, Datu Salibo, Lt Col Dingdong Atilano


Joe Biden’s Vice-Presidential Pick: Who’s in the Running?

Here are 13 women who have been under consideration by Mr. Biden, and why each might be chosen — and might not be.
Tags: News, Joe Biden, Warren, Biden, Bottoms, Rice, Amy, Elizabeth, HARRIS, Duckworth, Baldwin, Val, Abrams, Hassan, Margaret, Klobuchar


When China Met Iran

A growing partnership between America’s main Middle East adversary and Asia’s rising superpower bears careful watching in Washington.
Tags: Asia, News, China, Russia, Israel, America, Iran, United States, Xi Jinping, Middle East, National Security Council, Rouhani, Hassan, Southern States (US, Washington (DC, Caucasus (Russia


Joe Biden's V.P. Pick: Who's in the Running

Here are 12 women who have been under consideration by Mr. Biden, and why each might be chosen — and might not be.
Tags: News, Joe Biden, Warren, Biden, Bottoms, Rice, Amy, Elizabeth, HARRIS, Duckworth, Baldwin, Val, Abrams, Hassan, Margaret, Klobuchar


Kamala Harris, Elizabeth Warren and More: Who’s in the Running to be Biden’s V.P.?

Here are 12 women who have been under consideration by Mr. Biden, and why each might be chosen — and might not be.
Tags: News, Warren, Biden, Bottoms, Rice, Amy, Elizabeth, HARRIS, Duckworth, Baldwin, Val, Abrams, Hassan, Margaret, Klobuchar, Gretchen


Who’s in the Running to Be Joe Biden’s Vice President?

Here are 12 women who are under serious consideration by Mr. Biden, and why each might be chosen — and might not be.
Tags: News, Joe Biden, Warren, Biden, Bottoms, Rice, Amy, Elizabeth, HARRIS, Duckworth, Baldwin, Val, Abrams, Hassan, Margaret, Klobuchar


Мягкий знак “Ь” (soft sign) or the Charlie Chaplin of the Russian alphabet

What can the 30th letter of the Russian alphabet have in common with the icon of the silent film industry? Let’s find out together. Many beginner Russian learners find the soft sign (мя́гкий знак) to be one of the most intriguing letters of the Russian alphabet because it doesn’t have its own phonetic meaning but used to the soften the preceding consonant. Frankly, native Russian speakers are equally impressed with how much ruckus this “silent” letter can make. In this blog, I’ll focus on мя́гки...
Tags: Language, Grammar, Linguistics, Charlie Chaplin, Chaplin, Hassan, Russian for beginners, Max Linder, Russian grammar, Russian alphabet, Pixabay My, Annalise Batista, Lara Larina


Black church’s Zoom call inspires some to go from ‘not racist’ to anti-racist

In a time of pandemic, everything is looks and feels different, even coming together to have a conversation about race relations. New Hope Presbyterian Church, a black congregation in Orange, hosted a “virtual vigil” via Zoom on Tuesday night, June 9, to discuss the death of George Floyd, the 46-year-old man who died beneath the knee of a Minneapolis police officer during an arrest, which has spurred nationwide protests. The Rev. Chineta Goodjoin, the church’s pastor, her face lit by the glow of...
Tags: Hollywood, News, Minneapolis, Virginia, Church, America, Sport, Soccer, California Highway Patrol, Orange, Race Relations, South Carolina, Don, Brown, Watts, Floyd