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A disaster bingo card for the 2020 "Funpocalypse"

My pal Hugh D'Andrade mocked up this "2020 Funpocalypse" bingo card in response to humorous social media posts he was seeing by artist Isabel Samaras. With each disaster, she's been joking, "OK, who had {insert terrible thing} on their 2020 Bingo card?" What is it missing? Oh, other terrible 2020 stuff like "police murder of African Americans; UFOs; Mitch McConnell; bee colony collapse; evictions; and the plague," Hugh writes. Sadly, it seems we all "win" this game of bingo. P.S. Isabe...
Tags: Post, News, 2020, Mitch McConnell, Hugh, Bingo, Dumpster Fire, Disaster Bingo, Funpocalypse, We all win, Hugh D Andrade, Isabel Samaras


Their father's death spurred them to create 'Friday minute' -- 60 seconds each week to mourn those lost to Covid-19

Every Friday, Carolyn Freyer-Jones encourages her family and friends to participate in #thefridayminute to honor her father Hugh and others who have died from the coronavirus pandemic.
Tags: Cnn, Hugh, Carolyn Freyer Jones


Adobe just launched new data tracking tools to help companies send customers personalized ads, emails, and recommendations (ADBE)

Adobe's Experience Cloud business makes online customer experiences tools for marketing, advertising, commerce, and analytics.  One of those tools, the Adobe Experience Platform, connects customer data across its own tools and external ones too. On Wednesday, Adobe announced new features to improve how it collects and shares customer data.  The updates are meant to make it easier to collect customer data and use it to personalize marketing and advertising messages, said Ronell Hugh, a marketin...
Tags: Post, New York, Adobe, North Korea, Trends, Hugh, Shantanu Narayen, Ronell Hugh


Erica & Hugh’s Relaxed Urban Wedding At Noisy Ritual

Erica & Hugh The streets of Melbourne are always hard to beat when it comes to a wedding, and for Erica and Hugh, they made the most of the most of the back streets of Brunswick, by choosing urban winery Noisy Ritual as the venue for their big day. And this? This, as evidenced by the images caught by Kyra Boyer was a day filled with love. Filled with stories, a laid back vibe and so much bright and beautiful colour, it was, as the newlyweds say “Relaxed, fun,& simple” adding  “we weren’t committ...
Tags: Wedding, Melbourne, Australia - Victoria, Bride, Brunswick, Erica, Hugh, Inspired Weddings, Kyra Boyer, Erica Hugh


Netflix CEO Reed Hastings says he's sticking around until 2030 (NFLX)

Hello and welcome to Trending, Business Insider's weekly look at the world of tech. I'm Alexei Oreskovic, Business Insider's West Coast Bureau Chief and Global Tech Editor. If you want to get Trending in your email inbox every Wednesday, just click here. This week: What's one more decade when you're Reed Hastings? "To be totally clear, I'm in for a decade." So said newly appointed Netflix co-CEO Reed Hastings during the company's quarterly earnings call on Thursday. Hastings will now share ...
Tags: Google, Amazon, Elon Musk, Hollywood, Microsoft, China, India, Satya Nadella, Trends, Tesla, Earth, Netflix, Dubai, Un, Ibm, Caa


Netflix CEO Reed Hastings is sticking around until 2030 (NFLX)

Hello and welcome to Trending, Business Insider's weekly look at the world of tech. I'm Alexei Oreskovic, Business Insider's West Coast Bureau Chief and Global Tech Editor. If you want to get Trending in your email inbox every Wednesday, just click here. This week: What's one more decade when you're Reed Hastings? "To be totally clear, I'm in for a decade." So said newly appointed Netflix co-CEO Reed Hastings during the company's quarterly earnings call on Thursday. Hastings will now share ...
Tags: Google, Amazon, Hollywood, Microsoft, China, India, Satya Nadella, Trends, Tesla, Earth, Netflix, Dubai, Un, Ibm, Caa, Mars


Direct Line Group acquires London-based insurance app Brolly

Brolly, the U.K. digital insurance app, has been acquired by incumbent Direct Line Group. The terms of the acquisition aren’t being disclosed, while the transaction is expected to formally close during the third quarter of 2020. Originally founded by former Aviva underwriter and product manager Phoebe Hugh and former Skype and Microsoft engineering manager Mykhailo Loginov, after the pair met at company builder Entrepreneur First, Brolly launched as a personal insurance concierge. The app let yo...
Tags: TC, UK, London, Microsoft, Tech, Aviva, Group, Skype, Hugh, Brolly, Direct Line Group, Phoebe Hugh, Mykhailo Loginov, Entrepreneur First Brolly, Brolly Contents


Grow beautiful plants in tight spaces using aeroponics

Whether your interest in growing plants centers on food, beauty, or fragrance, you can bring all of them into your life by using water as your growing medium. At the outset, I must express appreciation to Patti Hugh of Huntington Beach for emailing me about her Tower Garden. It introduces a whole new avenue for growing plants.  Those whose only area for growing is a sunny patio or balcony can still grow crops and have plenty of space to sit and admire them as the base of the tower only covers a ...
Tags: Gardening, China, Sport, Thailand, Things To Do, Soccer, United States, Lotus, Huntington Beach, Hugh, David Gardner, Home + Garden, Joshua Siskin, Tower Garden, Joshua Siskin Tip, Sunland Water Gardens


No Tony Awards Show? Make Your Own With These Great Moments

Miranda’s rap. Rylance’s poems. Jackman’s pelvis. And a brassy reunion for Bea Arthur and Angela Lansbury. Now set your clock for “Turkey Lurkey Time.”
Tags: Music, News, Dancing, Theater, Angela Lansbury, Miranda, Jones, Michael, Melody, Bea Arthur, Radcliffe, Promises, Mark, Scott, Daniel, HARRIS


4 Ways to Build Your Email List with Instagram Marketing

Email is one of the oldest yet the most effective ways for small businesses to communicate with customers. In fact, the number of email users is predicted to reach 4.3 billion in 2023. Thus, it can be a great idea to start building your email list today. Do you use Instagram for growing your small business? You can make the most out of Instagram for your small business and use this platform to build your email list. Here are three main reasons why Instagram is the right place to collect emails: ...
Tags: Business, Instagram, Sales & Marketing, Right Now, Instagram Marketing, Twitter Instagram, Hugh, Instagram Stories, Hugh Beaulac, Newsletters Ebooks Online, Antonio Salaverry Shutterstock


Archaeologists may have found William Wallace’s hidden fortress (ars technica)

Enlarge / The 1995 film Braveheart, starring Mel Gibson as the medieval Scottish knight Sir William Wallace, turns 25 this month. Archaeologists think they may have located the hidden fort he used during his battles against the English. (credit: Paramount Pictures) William Wallace, the Scottish knight who emerged as a military leader during the First War of Scottish Independence in the late 13th century, has become a household name thanks to Mel Gibson's blockbuster film Braveheart, which cele...
Tags: News, Scotland, Mel Gibson, Paramount Pictures, Matt Ritchie, Jennifer Ouellette, Wallace, Hugh, Stirling Bridge, William Wallace, Land Scotland FLS, Greystock, Moreland Now Forestry Journal


Broadway Brainteasers: Hugh Jackman Word Search!

Today, we're bringing you a Hugh Jackman-themed word search Find the names of some of Hugh's biggest shows and roles, musical and otherwise [Author: Stephi Wild]
Tags: Theatre, Hugh Jackman, Hugh, Stephi Wild


Scriptnotes, Episode 448: Based on a True Story, Transcript

The original post for this episode can be found here. John August: Hello and welcome. My name is John August. Craig Mazin: My name is Craig Mazin. John: And this is Episode 448 of Scriptnotes, a podcast about screenwriting and things that are interesting to screenwriters. One of our favorite recurring segments on the show is How Would This Be a Movie, where we take a look at stories in the news and discuss how to turn them into features. Today we’re going to take a look at the outcome of that...
Tags: Twitter, Hbo, Vince Gilligan, Hayden Christensen, New York, Hollywood, Texas, Colorado, France, La, US, Toronto, Los Angeles, United States, New York Times, Hugh Jackman


Marvellous Margot and hilarious Hugh: James King's Week in Movies

If you’re feeling exhausted by lockdown then this week’s movie choices should...
Tags: James King, Margot, Hugh


Google's name game gets the Trump treatment

Hi everyone, welcome back to Trending, Business Insider Prime's weekly newsletter of the latest tech industry developments. I'm Alexei Oreskovic, Business Insider's West Coast bureau chief and global tech editor.  You can get Trending in your inbox every week by clicking here. This week: A Google by any other name... When Donald Trump declared one month ago that Google was building a website to screen Americans for the coronavirus, he took a lot of flak for overstating what appeared to be a ...
Tags: Apple, Google, Amazon, Post, Microsoft, California, Softbank, US, Trends, Austin, Ibm, West Coast, Donald Trump, Webvan, Alphabet, Eugene Kim


Here’s How Those Hot Jigsaw Puzzles Are Made

The coronavirus has sent businesses racing as demand surges past levels seen at Christmas.
Tags: News, Puzzles, Ellen, Great Britain, Stewart, Patrick, Hugh, DeGeneres, Jackman, Coronavirus (2019-nCoV


A Wall Street trading bonanza, how to benefit from the stimulus bill, and Silicon Valley steps up

Hello! I want to start this newsletter with an extract from an internal memo Citadel founder and hedge fund billionaire Ken Griffin recently sent to staff. Here goes:  In recent months, we have all been impacted by the coronavirus pandemic. We are in an unprecedented moment of global distress as the entire world faces this common invisible threat. And when the chaos settles, we will be measured by the character we exhibit in our work and in our communities. In the blink of an eye, we now find o...
Tags: Google, Amazon, Facebook, Mark Zuckerberg, UK, New York, Senate, China, US, Trends, Bank Of America, Warren Buffett, Silicon Valley, Rob, Goldman Sachs, Alex


5 Things We Loved About ‘Star Trek: Picard’ Season 1 (And 3 Things We Hated)

The first season of Star Trek: Picard was as frustratingly mixed as any first Trek season. As thrilling as it was to see Jean-Luc Picard return, its great ideas and story elements are tantalising moments amid a show that’s merely pretty good. The central story is solid. It’s the best-shot Star Trek show to date, shying away from shiny sci-fi precision in favour of earthy tones and messy spills of light. The inevitable moments of fan service mostly serve the story. And while its structure and t...
Tags: Movies, Deanna Troi, Star-Trek, Features, Normandy, Michelle Hurd, Patrick Stewart, Cbs All Access, Gene Roddenberry, Stewart, Ryan, Jean Luc Picard, Skywalker, Federation, Hugh, Picard


How we met: 'I think gay men are often able to negotiate an open marriage'

Dan Butler, 29, a radio journalist, and his husband, Hugh O’Connor, 31, a theatre production designer, are also in a relationship with Charles Davis, 28, another theatre production designer Dan remembers one evening, sitting on the sofa and talking to his husband, Hugh, about Charles. “It was the most amazing experience because we were really falling in love with this person,” he says. “And we could talk about it with each other, like: ‘Isn’t it amazing about him that he does this thing?’ I reme...
Tags: Relationships, Life and style, Sydney, Charles, Charles Davis, Carl Sagan, Dan, Hugh, Dan Butler, Hugh O'Connor


Michael Chabon is afraid he didn’t make ‘Star Trek: Picard’ obviously gay enough. Really.

Chabon on set with Executive Producer Akiva Goldsman What’s a classy, Pulitzer Prize-winning author like Micahel Chabon doing in the Star Trek toybox? Chabon burst onto the literary scene with his debut novel The Mysteries of Pittsburgh in 1988, which made him a best-selling author and–in an even more extraordinary twist for an author–a celebrity. He followed up with other hit novels like Wonder Boys and The Amazing Adventures of Kavalier and Klay, the latter of which won him the coveted Puli...
Tags: Feature, Hollywood, Entertainment, Lifestyle, Star Trek, Cbs, Battlestar Galactica, Michael Chabon, Patrick Stewart, Whoopi Goldberg, Pittsburgh, Ad Friendly, Queerty, Michelle, Jonathan, Kirk


Coronavirus takes toll on mourners at funerals, changes industry practices

In the midst of dread, the death of a family member is as painful as ever but even more complicated. Janet Noble-Mocias of Chino buried her mother Friday morning at Rose Hills in Whittier with a tiny gathering of family members, the size limited by social distancing edicts. Told they could have only 10 mourners in the Sky Rose Chapel and 10 at the gravesite, the family tried to stretch that number by staggering their approaches and staying long distances apart. “It’s not a good time to be depart...
Tags: Hollywood, News, Sport, Soccer, Long Beach, Shirley, Pasadena, North Carolina, Southern California, Chino, Whittier, Hugh, Cerritos, San Fernando Valley, Balderas, Tillman


‘Star Trek’s Jonathan Del Arco on the fate of Hugh Borg, life as an out-actor & showbiz peril

Jonathan Del Arco Jonathan Del Arco has an unassuming quality about him. Dressed in jeans and a grey button-down, raven-headed and youthful beyond his 54 years, he greets us with a firm handshake before rushing off to the bathroom. When he rejoins us at the table of a stylish Burbank coffee shop, he smiles with anticipation. The rest of the patrons seem oblivious to his presence, which baffles us. As an actor with a resume spanning more than 30 years, Del Arco has appeared in Broadway theatre...
Tags: Feature, New York, Hollywood, Entertainment, Obama, La, Lifestyle, America, Barack Obama, Star Trek, Rupert Everett, Hillary Clinton, Broadway, Cbs, HRC, Biden


Flora of the Silk Road

Having walked the Hindu Kush with Eric Newby I decided to stay put and travel the Silk Road with Colin Thubron. Firstly can I say that 'walk' and 'short' are the ultimate and intentional irony in Eric Newby's A Short Walk in the Hindu Kush (which means Indian Killer apparently) because Eric and Hugh climb, scramble, limp, hobble and generally stagger their way around and I was quite relieved to be sitting in an armchair. It was a short hop for me to hit the Silk Road, something that has always...
Tags: Silk Road, Books, China, 2020, New Zealand, Christchurch, Eric Newby, Colin Thubron, HILARY, Central Asia, Eric, Christopher, Hugh, Southern Alps, Hindu Kush, Xian


How to get More Email Signups with Instagram Marketing

With over 3.5 billion social media users worldwide, it’s no doubt that the popularity of social media platforms is on the rise. More and more people use these platforms to keep in touch with friends and family, find out more about new products, and connect with brands. However, email marketing is still the most preferred way to receive updates from brands. According to Hubspot’s Ultimate List of Email Marketing Stats, 99% of people check their email every day and 73% of customers want busines...
Tags: Instagram, Seo, HubSpot, Forbes, Instagram Marketing, Hugh, Instagram Stories, Louboutina, Hugh Beaulac, Tailwindapp, Conclusion Today Instagram


Tonight in L.A.: Chastity Belt, the Lone Bellow, Moses Sumney, Stonefield, the Glorious Sons, David August, Hether, Pachyman, Danny Vee, Roy Juno, Caifanes, Caspian, Ali Gatie, the Adicts

L.A. concerts for Wednesday: ► Seattle quartet Chastity Belt, touring in support of their fourth album (a self-titled affair), headline the Lodge Room, with Total Heat and Hugh F supporting. ► The Lone Bellow, whose new album “Half Moon Light” came out last week, do the first of two nights at the Troubadour, with Bellsaint opening. Thursday’s show is sold out, but tickets remain for tonight. ► Moses Sumney begins his residency at the Bootleg Theater. [Details here.] ► Australian rockers Stonefie...
Tags: Music, Seattle, Preview, Valentine, Glass House, Moses Sumney, Hugh, Davey, Chad Watson, Los Globos, Lobero, Caspian, Gigi Masin, Bridget St John, Zebulon, Caifanes


How do storms and hurricanes get their names?

World meteorological agencies decide when a storm gets a name and what to call itIn Europe storms are named as a joint enterprise between the UK’s Met Office, Ireland’s Met Éireann and the Royal Netherlands Meteorological Institute (KNMI). The list is set in advance, runs in alphabetical order and usually alternates between names associated with male and female gender. In 2020, Ellen, Francis, Gerda and Hugh are to follow Storm Ciara and Storm Dennis in turn.According to the Met Office, the deci...
Tags: Europe, UK, UK News, World news, US news, Met Office, US weather, UK Weather, Extreme Weather, Hugh, Met Office Ireland, Royal Netherlands Meteorological Institute KNMI, Ellen Francis Gerda


Thank Goodness for TV Superheroes

Superhero movies have become the easiest way to make a blockbuster. The Marvel Cinematic Universe and the DC Extended Universe have 31 released films between them, with at least a dozen more on the way. This glut of superhero cinema has burned out even some of the most tried-and-true comic book fans. While DC’s universe occasionally has a more adult edge, the MCU has bombarded viewers with family-friendly, epic storytelling for over a decade. Comic book fans wanting a more mature look into w...
Tags: Featured Stories Sidebar, Comic Book/Superhero, Features


History of Alphabetical Order.

Joe Moran writes for the Guardian about a new book by Judith Flanders, A Place For Everything: The Curious History of Alphabetical Order, which sounds like an interesting read: One of the many fascinations of Judith Flanders’s book is that it reveals what a weird, unlikely creation the alphabet is. Writing has been invented independently at least three times in different parts of the world. The alphabet was invented only once – over 3,000 years ago, in Egypt’s Western desert, along a road used b...
Tags: Europe, Uncategorized, Egypt, Middle East, Linguistics, Flanders, Alexandria, Samuel Taylor Coleridge, Hugh, Pisa, Joe Moran, Judith Flanders, Peter Lombard, Aristotle Even, Durham Cathedral Library, John Balbi


‘Star Wars Resistance’ Sets the Stage for the Series Finale With “Rebuilding the Resistance”

I’ve written before that I found it concerning that there is so little time now to flesh left out the major conflicts of Star Wars Resistance. Which is why “Rebuilding the Resistance,” which can be considered a penultimate chapter before the two-parter series finale, pulls off an impressive feat as it picks up on the slack of more underwhelming developments of the past season. Right off the bat, this episode sets off the fissure in the status quo. Kaz (Christopher Sean) is perplexed by ...
Tags: Television, Movies, NG, Features, Resistance, Academy, Tam, New Republic, Corbett, Hugh, Yeager, Hightower, Kaz, Star-Wars, Donald Faison, Sam Witwer


Mandatory Streamers: Jean-Luc Picard is Back!

BEGIN SLIDESHOW Mandatory Streamers: Jean-Luc Picard is back! Welcome to Mandatory Streamers, our column covering the best new streaming content coming your way every week! For the week of January 20, Sir Patrick Stewart reprises his role as Jean-Luc Picard in CBS All Access’ Star Trek: Picard series, focusing on the next chapter of the iconic character’s life. Check out the best shows debuting and returning online this week as well as the latest renewal announcements below and be sure to...
Tags: Apple, Videos, UK, TV, Movies, Comedy Central, Deanna Troi, Netflix, Queens, Italy, TV News, Streaming, Cbs, Wu Tang, Annie, Patrick Stewart