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How “deaf, Jewish, genderqueer, transmasculine person of color” Chella Man is changing the world

Speaking to Huffington Post in March, Man said, "I rarely saw sign language authentically represented on screen growing up, so this incredible opportunity has made my heart soar."
Tags: Lifestyle, Pride, Huffington Post, Ad Friendly, Queerty, Pride 50, Chella Man

Get More Traffic Now: 5 Secrets of the Most Popular Blogs via @

Want a popular blog? Here's what you can learn from successful blogs like Huffington Post, Lifehacker, and TMZ.The post Get More Traffic Now: 5 Secrets of the Most Popular Blogs via @ appeared first on Search Engine Journal.
Tags: Seo, Content Marketing, Huffington Post

The history of how Uber went from the most feared startup in the world to its massive IPO

Uber went public this month on the New York Stock Exchange in a much-watched IPO. Since it was founded in 2009, Uber has transformed the ride-hailing industry and grown to become the most valuable companies in the world. See the highs and lows of Uber in its journey from small San Francisco startup, through its extremely tumultous 2017, through to its 2019 IPO. Visit for more stories. Ten years ago, a company called UberCab made a splash in San Francisco by le...
Tags: Google, Lyft, Uber, South Korea, Eric Holder, Washington Post, France, China, Ipo, India, Softbank, New York City, Africa, US, San Francisco, Trends

These 33 adorable photos of Grumpy Cat's life and rise prove why she stole our hearts and raked in millions for her owner

Grumpy Cat, the famed Instagram star with a permanent frown, died this week at age seven. The cat first went viral in 2012, and brought in millions for her owners through public appearances and endorsement deals. Here's how Grumpy Cat rose to notoriety and brought happiness to many with her memorable miserable demeanor. Visit Business Insider's homepage for more stories. The beloved internet sensation Grumpy Cat died this week at the age of 7, his owners announced on Instagram. In a Friday m...
Tags: Mark Zuckerberg, Hollywood, Texas, Instagram, Youtube, New York City, Barack Obama, Trends, Cnn, Mtv, New York Times, Arizona, Reddit, Aubrey Plaza, Grumpy Cat, Silicon Valley

Grumpy Cat has died at the age of 7. Here's how her owner created a viral sensation out of her miserable-looking pet and made millions in the process.

Beloved internet-famous pet Grumpy Cat has died at the age of 7 after "complications from a recent urinary tract infection that unfortunately became too much for her to overcome." Grumpy Cat had a form of dwarfism that yielded a perpetual frown. She rose to prominence after a photo of her was posted to Reddit. Since then, Grumpy Cat's owner, Tabatha Bundesen, has raked in millions because of her internet-famous pet. Visit Business Insider's homepage for more stories. On September 22, 2012, T...
Tags: Instagram, Buzzfeed, Trends, Reddit, Grumpy Cat, Huffington Post, Cnbc, Pokey, Tabatha, Alyson Shontell, Bundesen, Tabatha Bundesen, Grumpy Cat Limited, Reddit Bundesen

Grumpy Cat has died at the age of 7. Here's how her owner created a viral sensation out of her miserable-looking pet as a 29-year-old waitress and made millions in the process.

Beloved internet-famous pet Grumpy Cat has died at the age of 7 after "complications from a recent urinary tract infection that unfortunately became too much for her to overcome." Grumpy Cat had a form of dwarfism that yielded a perpetual frown. She rose to prominence after a photo of her was posted to Reddit. Since then, Grumpy Cat's owner, Tabatha Bundesen, has raked in millions because of her internet-famous pet. Visit Business Insider's homepage for more stories. On September 22, 2012, T...
Tags: Instagram, Buzzfeed, Trends, Reddit, Grumpy Cat, Huffington Post, Cnbc, Pokey, Tabatha, Alyson Shontell, Bundesen, Tabatha Bundesen, Grumpy Cat Limited, Reddit Bundesen

Swiss Äscher restaurant reopening

The iconic Äscher mountain restaurant is open for business again, after a new team has taken over management of the property. Originally built as a guesthouse in 1884, Äscher has become one of Switzerland’s most widely recognized restaurants as it appears to be clinging to the side of a cliff above the mountain village of Wasserauen. The previous owners left at the end of last season, saying that the building’s old infrastructure was unable to handle the large number of tourists coming to the...
Tags: Travel, Switzerland, Huffington Post, All, Ascher Restaurant, Ascher restaurant in Switzerland, Cliff Hanging Restaurant, Swiss restaurant, Wasserauen, Seealpsee

How startups can use Amazon’s SEO best practices to dominate new shopping verticals

Eli Schwartz Contributor Share on Twitter Eli Schwartz is the former Director of Growth at SurveyMonkey where he led the SEO strategy. Eli has been a columnist on the Huffington Post, the Y Combinator blog, Search Engine Land, Search Engine Journal and numerous other publications. Amazon dominates the top ranking positions of Google for tens of thousands of ecommerce queries, but there are plenty of products in newer shoppin...
Tags: Iphone, Google, Amazon, Startups, TC, Ecommerce, Column, Advertising Tech, Google Search, Seo, Tech, Image Search, Search Engine, Target, Huffington Post, Growth

Alabama senate passes bill to ban abortion even in rape and incest cases

The Alabama senate has passed a bill which, if the governor signs it into law, will ban abortion in almost all cases, including rape and incest. Abortions would become a felony offense, and doctors who perform an abortion face a minimum sentence of 10 years in prison. The bill still needs to be signed by governor Kay Ivey, who is a Republican. Under the cynically-titled Human Life Protection Act, “The only exception in the legislation is in cases where the life of the pregnant woman is at risk...
Tags: Post, Politics, News, Supreme Court, Senate, Alabama, Abortion, Health Care, Women's Health, Republican, Sharia law, Einstein, Huffington Post, Cecile Richards, Nina Golgowski, Jay Williams

Would You Go Back to 1889 and Take Out Baby Hitler? Time-Travel Expert James Gleick Answers the Philosophical Question

The vast majority of us have no inclination to kill anyone, much less a small child. But what if we had the chance to kill baby Adolf Hitler, preventing the Holocaust and indeed the Second World War? That hypothetical question has endured for a variety of reasons, touching as it does on the concepts of genocide and infant murder in forms even more highly charged than usual. It also presents, in the words of Time Travel: A History author James Gleick, "two problems at once. There's a scie...
Tags: Google, Facebook, Florida, College, History, United States, New York Times, Jeb Bush, Stephen Hawking, Sci Fi, Charles Darwin, Hitler, Vox, Seoul, Adolf Hitler, Huffington Post

What's In Kosher Recipe Influencer Chanie Apfelbaum's Cart?

Why is May 2019 different from all other months? It’s Jewish American Heritage month for one, a period that feels especially important to mark given the rising insecurity coursing through Jewish American life. Because visibility is more important than ever before, Refinery29 brings you our celebration of Jewish American culture. L’chaim!Chanie Apfelbaum, known on Instagram as @busyinbrooklyn (which over 58,000 people follow to see what delicacies she’s cooking and what her family is up to), was...
Tags: Fashion, Music, Brooklyn, Heritage, Meredith Vieira, Costco, Huffington Post, Koko, Crown Heights, Huy Fong, Gochujang, Apfelbaum, Chanie Apfelbaum, Sonny Joes

Conan O'Brien explains why he settled the joke theft lawsuit that's been plaguing him for years

Several years ago Twitter funnyman Alex Kaseberg accused Conan O'Brien of stealing several jokes from him and filed a lawsuit. The case was about to go to trial, but O'Brien decided to settle instead. He explained why in a funny essay in Variety. The entire thing is worth reading but here's an excerpt: The fact of the matter is that with over 321 million monthly users on Twitter, and seemingly 60% of them budding comedy writers, the creation of the same jokes based on the day’s news is reaching...
Tags: Post, News, Kendall Jenner, Huffington Post, Cnbc, Conan O Brien, Pepsi, Brien, William Barr, Alex Kaseberg, Caroline Moss, Funny Business, Melissa Radzimiski

Morning Docket: 05.08.19

* Feeling cute, might not allow Mueller to testify, idk: According to White House press secretary Sarah Huckabee Sanders, President Donald Trump’s “feeling on the matter” is that special counsel Robert Mueller shouldn’t be permitted to testify before the House. [Huffington Post] * As it turns out, according to recently revealed tax transcripts for the years 1985 to 1994, Trump was in some deep financial doo-doo. His lawyer, Charles J. Harder of Gawker takedown fame, says the tax documentation i...
Tags: Law, White House, House, New York Times, Donald Trump, Huffington Post, Law Schools, Courthouse News Service, Tax Law, Trump, House Judiciary Committee, Mueller, National Law Journal, Robert Mueller, Shreveport Louisiana, Southern University

How Brands Can Join The Conversation Via GIF’s

We live in an age of visual communication. Every day, people use billions of emoji on social platforms and in messaging apps. Every now and then some enterprising marketer livens up my email inbox with an emoji subject line. And in the past few years, I’ve had friends and colleagues reply to text messages or workplace group chat using animated GIFs. This is a growing trend that should interest every brand marketer. Why? Think about your everyday experience. “We have gotten acclimated to seein...
Tags: Google, Microsoft, Converse, Brand Marketing, Gif, Neil Patrick Harris, Pepsico, Huffington Post, Giphy, Branding, Chung, Clare Fallon, Naomi Baron, Brand Research Brand Strategy Brand Licensing, Alex Chung, Brandweek

India’s Times Internet isn’t ceding ground to US rivals Facebook and Google

The aggressive push by Silicon Valley companies and Chinese firms to win India, one of the last great growth markets, has decimated many local businesses in recent years. With each passing day, Amazon is closing in on Walmart-owned Flipkart’s lead on the e-commerce space. Uber is fighting with Ola for the tentpole position of the ride-hailing market; and Google and Facebook dominate the ads business, to name a few. But a handful of companies in India have not only survived the growing competitio...
Tags: Google, Amazon, Android, Facebook, Uber, Asia, Media, Instagram, India, US, Social Media, Tech, Walmart, Whatsapp, Colombia, Tencent

Morning Docket: 04.30.19

* Rod Rosenstein is heading to the job market. I'm available to consult if Rod needs some résumé polishing tips. [National Law Journal] * Legal employment numbers are up! That's... not actually great news. [] * If you were trying to draw up the most glaring gender bias suit, you'd probably pass on "female general counsel asked to serve the men cake" as too far-fetched and yet here we are. [Law360] * If you're looking for more insight into the Am Law 100 numbers, the folks you brought t...
Tags: Privacy, Law, California, Chicago, Discrimination, Donald Trump, Huffington Post, Law Schools, Biglaw, Trump, Rod, Seventh Circuit, Morning Docket, Rod Rosenstein, Am Law 100

Spotify Bans Entire 'Blood on the Dance Floor' Catalog

Electro-pop group Blood on the Dance Floor had their entire catalog pulled from Spotify, over alleged violations of the streaming service’s content policy. Blood on the Dance floor is under fire after MetalSucks and Huffington Post detailed allegations against frontman Dahvie Vanity (real name Jesus David Torres) from 21 women, who say they were forced to perform sexual acts by Torres, including several women who were minors at the time. The allegations date back to 2007 before Torres for...
Tags: Spotify, Music, Daniel Ek, Huffington Post, R Kelly, Bruce Houghton, Torres, MetalSucks, Jesus David Torres, Dahvie Vanity

4 Surprising Ways Outbound Links Impact Your Site’s Rankings

By Gaurav Sharma There is a lot of high-quality content on the internet. You likely link to relevant web pages when you write an article. But have you ever wondered how these outbound links can impact the rankings of your website? Of course, you already know that a better link profile can boost your search engine rankings. But you may be surprised to learn that outbound links can also help drive traffic to your site. In this post, you will learn about some of the ways in which outbou...
Tags: Twitter, Business, Technology, Instagram, Linkedin, Google Analytics, Huffington Post, Right Now, Digital Marketing Agency, Gaurav Sharma, Attrock, Facebook Outbound

Transparent Truth of FinTech Services in Digital Era

By Helen Cartright Technology is the driving force in the world today. Technology drives every aspect of our lives including our finances and the financial world in general. Technology is used by small midcap and large financial companies and startup and established companies. Fintech has automated financial systems and as a result, made the financial world secure and financial systems faster and more efficient. At first, fintech was used only by companies and large institutions. Today fintech i...
Tags: Business, Money, Fintech, Huffington Post, Right Now, Insurtech, Helen Cartwright, Digital Marketing and Technology, Transparent Truth of FinTech Services, Helen Cartright Technology, Innovative Financial Services, Internet Banking Fintech, Fintech Tools Fintech, FinTech Services

You're Not The Only One Who Feels Guilty About Eating At Chick-Fil-A

“Do I have to use my name? I feel like I’ll get dragged through the mud.”That was one of the responses I received when I put out the call on Facebook to see if anyone in my circle of friends and familiars wanted to talk about their love of fast food companies like Chick-fil-A and In-N-Out despite their problematic conservative beliefs. A handful of people I knew, or friends-of-friends stepped forward, tentatively, before ultimately declining to be interviewed or ghosting.Their reluctance to pub...
Tags: Amazon, Facebook, Twitter, Fashion, Music, New York, California, America, Atlanta, Austin, Paris, Harvey Weinstein, Manhattan, San Jose, Republican Party, West Coast

Morning Docket: 04.11.19

* Game of Thrones bar prep? How does the Rule Against Perpetuities consider reanimated corpses? [] * Labor Department flags Biglaw for diversity failings. That's not the announcement most expected to hear from this administration, but we'll take it. [American Lawyer] * Julian Assange got kicked out of the Ecuadorian embassy and is now in custody. It seems as though Robert Mueller might have wanted to keep his investigation open a couple more weeks. [Huffington Post] * Speaking of the M...
Tags: UK, Texas, Law, Cbs News, Diversity, Julian Assange, Amal Clooney, Huffington Post, Biglaw, Mueller, Department of Labor, Labor Department, Greg Craig, Robert Mueller, In-House Counsel, Morning Docket

Texas lawmakers want Death Penalty for women who get abortions

Texas House Bill 896 would criminalize all abortions and define the procedure as homicide, which is punishable by death in Texas. Lawmakers in Texas have proposed legislation that bans abortion in any and all stages of pregnancy, even when caused by acts of rape or incest, and would modify Texas state penal code to allow both women and abortion providers to be charged with murder for abortion. The bill also defines an embryo as “a living human child” beginning at “the moment of fertilization...
Tags: Health, Post, Politics, Texas, News, Washington Post, Gop, Abortion, Health Care, Women's Health, Bill, Huffington Post, Lone Star State, Roe, Alanna Vagianos, Texas House

Morning Docket: 04.09.19

* We might be seeing Trump's tax returns soon... because New York has its own income tax system and doesn't answer to him. States' rights conservatives are surely rejoicing. [New York Law Journal] * Gordon Caplan looking at 8-14 months if the judge follows the Guidelines, with prosecutors recommending the lower end. [American Lawyer] * Allison Mack's crazy sex cult charges end in a guilty plea. [Huffington Post] * Good career advice everyone can take from Kirstjen Nielsen's unceremonious firi...
Tags: New York, Law, Government, Antitrust, Department Of Justice, Donald Trump, Doj, Huffington Post, Cvs, Courthouse News Service, Trump, Aetna, Department of Labor, New York Law Journal, Morning Docket, Bloomberg Law

Online university degree provider 2U acquires Trilogy for $750M to expand into tech bootcamps and training

As more universities turn to offering online degrees to expand their student bodies by way of cyberspace, one of the pioneers in enabling that trend has made an acquisition to expand into new territory around skills training and continuing education. 2U, which helps build online degree programs for a number of top universities, is paying $750 million to acquire Trilogy Education, which creates online and in-person “boot camps” — continuing education programs — in collaboration with universities ...
Tags: Fundings & Exits, Enterprise, Education, Tech, Bank Of America, M&a, Princeton, Edtech, Huffington Post, Christopher, Google Microsoft, PitchBook, Online Degrees, 2u, Dan Sommer, Trilogy Education

8 Relentless Financial Factors Hindering Growth & Profits of Business

By Helen Cartright One of the reasons so many small businesses fails the first year of operation is because their owners don’t know what it takes to make their business run and grow. Their notion is that their work ethic alone will bring them money, freedom and control of their business. They fail to understand that financial factors mentioned below are not worth paying attention to if their business is single-handedly run. They are wrong! 1. Not Creating A Financial Blueprint Financial bluep...
Tags: Business, Money, Huffington Post, Right Now, Helen Cartwright, Digital Marketing and Technology, Helen Cartright, Financial Blueprint Financial, Entrepreneur com Finance

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

CBS says Bianna Golodryga leaving morning show, network

NEW YORK (AP) — CBS News says that Bianna Golodryga, one of the four hosts on “CBS This Morning,” is leaving the show and the network. CBS on Wednesday confirmed a Huffington Post report about Golodryga’s exit. She was told on Monday that CBS News President Susan Zirinsky had different ideas for the show, and […]
Tags: New York, Television, News, Entertainment, Cbs News, Ap, Nation, Cbs, Huffington Post, Bianna Golodryga, Susan Zirinsky, Golodryga

Getting Back to Work When You’ve Been Depressed

“I’m still too depressed to find a job,” says one young man. “I lost my car when I was so depressed so how can I even look?” From a young woman: “I don’t have the energy for a full-time job and I don’t feel ready to be around people.” And from a middle-aged guy: “Who wants a 50 year old who’s been in the hospital?” After months of treatment for acute depression, these people are feeling better. They are taking better care of themselves. Their sleep is good. Their medications are working...
Tags: Psychology, Work, Work Life Balance, Depression, Huffington Post, Depression Treatment, Motivation And Inspiration, Industrial And Workplace, Mike Robbins, Idowu Koyenikan

Facebook says this white nationalist video doesn’t break its new white nationalism ban. Huh?

Just as pretty much everyone predicted, one week after Facebook made a big deal of banning white nationalist and white separatist content on its platform.... Facebook now says a viral video on its site which is obviously and explicitly white supremacist and toxic does not break Facebook's new policy. It's explicitly white supremacist content. No, this does not make any sense. Welcome to 2019. “HuffPost showed the company a racist, fear-mongering video by Faith Goldy. Not a problem, a spokespe...
Tags: Facebook, Post, News, Instagram, Nazis, Racism, Huffington Post, Racists, White Supremacy, HuffPost, Andy Campbell, White Nationalism, Faith Goldy, Facebook Says White Nationalist