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25 Passive Income Ideas

Do you have a job? If so, then you’re working for someone else. Passive income is the holy grail of financial freedom. It’s what sets people up for retirement without worry or stress. And it doesn’t require a lot of effort to start earning most of the time, either. This article explores 25 ideas that can help you create passive income streams with your spare time and money. Heck, maybe you’ll make enough to quit your job! If so, that’s awesome. What is a Passive Income? Passive income is defi...
Tags: Amazon, Facebook, Instagram, Youtube, Ebay, Sales, Startup, Ibm, Georgia Tech, Bankrate, Klaus, AbbVie Inc, Turo, Internet Security Systems Inc, Amazon Etsy, Oberlo


The 5 best kids' mattresses in 2021

Prices are accurate at the time of publication.When you buy through our links, Insider may earn an affiliate commission. Learn more. Nest Because children are lighter than adults, buying a kid's mattress is a bit different. Mattresses for kids don't need to be expensive, but some can be safer and more comfortable. The Nest Bedding Puffin is our top pick because of its support and ventilation. Find out more about how Insider Reviews tests and reviews home products. Choosing a kid's...
Tags: Reviews, Kids, California, US, Trends, Walmart, Best, Features, Bedroom, Nest, Costco, Santa Monica California, Puffin, Energex, Klaus, Wirecutter


Final Sing 2 Trailer: Sorry, Parents, You'll Be Watching This One A Lot

Universal Pictures/Illumination Entertainment has released the final trailer for the upcoming film "Sing 2." The musical gang of animals is back and this time they're bringing U2's Bono with them. The cast includes Matthew McConaughey, Reese Witherspoon, Scarlett Johansson, Taron Egerton, Tori Kelly, Nick Kroll, Bobby Cannavale, Halsey, Pharrell Williams, Letitia Wright, Eric André, Chelsea Peretti, and of course, Bono. The film is written and directed by Garth Jennings, returning from the first...
Tags: Movies, News, Bono, Trailers, Portia, Klaus, Buster Moon, Garth Jennings, Joby Talbot, Johnny Taron Egerton, Clay Calloway, Rosita Reese Witherspoon, Universal Pictures Illumination Entertainment, Billie Eilish Elton John Halsey, Klaus Kickenklober Adam Buxton


German workplace safety video dry of humor and wet with blood

Some people say that Germans have no sense of humor, but this public safety video about the unsafe workplace adventures of Forklift Driver Klaus perfectly illustrates a bone-dry and blood-wet form of comedy fit for our age. [via reddit, where it has been tagged NSFW]
Tags: Video, News, Safety, Germany, Psa, Klaus


The 14 Best Christmas Movies Ranked

Every viewer's definition of what makes a great "holiday classic" is different. Some film fans prefer their holiday fare to be earnest and heartfelt, while others enjoy seeing a darker take on the winter season expressed in thrillers, subversive comedies, and horror films. A great Christmas movie does more than just take place during the final days of December; it should comment on the holiday itself and tie the celebrations into the storyline. Some Christmas movies are worth revisiting througho...
Tags: Hollywood, London, Movies, Macaulay Culkin, New York City, Ben Affleck, Robin Hood, Tim Burton, Gotham, Netflix, Muppets, Stanley Kubrick, Charles Dickens, Michael Caine, Brian, Richard Curtis


Umbrella Academy Fan Theories That Could Change The Game In Season 3

Love 'em or leave 'em, fan theories run rampant for twisty, nonlinear, time-wimey series like Netflix's adaptation of "The Umbrella Academy." With the team disrupting the past and returning to an apocalypse-free 2019 at the end of Season 2, anything and everything is on the table for what's changed, what to expect, and how the Umbrella Academy will fit into this new timeline.Fan theories abound, but aside from who survived to the new timeline, who didn't, and who the heck those Sparrows are, the...
Tags: Google, Television, Movies, Netflix, Dallas, Luther, Jfk, Kennedy, Grace, Patch, Pogo, Don, Patrick, Ben, Harlan, Hazel


Jaap & Klaus to Flee to Their European Homelands, Terminating Tenuous Tenures at NY Phil & LA MOCA

Perhaps “good riddance” would be an appropriate bicoastal response to the slaps in the face that culture-lovers in New
Tags: Art, Ajblogs, Klaus, NY Phil, Jaap, LA MOCA


The Top 10 Wes Anderson Characters Ranked

If you spend much time on Twitter, you've probably noticed an excited flurry of attention (not to mention a requisite meme or two) related to the Cannes film festival premiere of Wes Anderson's latest film, "The French Dispatch." Trailers and early reviews put it squarely in the director's formalist wheelhouse, complete with meticulously-crafted sets, dry humor and a sharp, colorful acting ensemble. Many members of the all-star cast come from Anderson's stable of tried-and-true creative partners...
Tags: New York, Movies, Adidas, Fox, Wes Anderson, David Bowie, Bill Murray, Sharp, Dennis Hopper, George Clooney, Edward Norton, Owen Wilson, Grand Budapest Hotel, Ralph Fiennes, Suzy, Sam


14 Family Horror Films That Were Too Scary For Kids

Ask anyone about the memorable movies of their childhood, and chances are there will be at least one that has left some long-lasting trauma. We all remember those films that we watched at a tender and vulnerable age that scarred us for life. In some cases, it's because we watched "grown up" movies when we were too young; more often than not, though, it's because we watched a PG film that ended up containing something horrific, terrifying, or heinous that gave us nightmares for weeks. Whether it'...
Tags: London, Movies, Geena Davis, Tim Burton, Roald Dahl, Disney, Netflix, House, Bill Murray, Santa Claus, Jim Carrey, Little Mermaid, Frankenweenie, Vigo, Steve Buscemi, Kyle Maclachlan


Slow-moving Tropical Storm Nicholas soaks the Gulf Coast

By Juan A. Lozano | Associated Press SURFSIDE BEACH, Texas — Tropical Storm Nicholas slowed to a crawl over southeastern Texas and southwestern Louisiana Tuesday after blowing ashore as a hurricane, knocking out power to a half-million homes and businesses and dumping more than a foot of rain along the same area swamped by Hurricane Harvey in 2017. Nicholas could potentially stall over storm-battered Louisiana and bring life-threatening floods across the Deep South over the coming days, forecast...
Tags: New York, Texas, News, Mississippi, Climate Change, Washington, Environment, Alabama, Sport, Ap, Atlantic, Soccer, New Orleans, Miami, Associated Press, Connor


Best kids' mattresses in 2021

Table of Contents: Masthead Sticky Because children are lighter than adults, buying a kid's mattress is a bit different. Mattresses for kids don't need to be expensive, but some can be safer and more comfortable. The Nest BKB is our top pick because of its support and ventilation. Choosing a kid's mattress is different from choosing one for an adult. Because children weigh less, they're less likely to suffer from aches and pains as a result of a mattress that's too firm or t...
Tags: Reviews, Home, Kids, California, US, Trends, Best, Features, Buying Guide, Nest, Costco, Bedding, Santa Monica California, Energex, Klaus, Wirecutter


The Umbrella Academy Gets an Appropriately Nerdy Tribute Song

It’s time for a midweek dance party—don’t forget your umbrella! A group of nerdcore rap artists have teamed up to pay Netflix’s The Umbrella Academy its musical due, highlighting some of the biggest moments of the series (so far) while getting us amped up for season three. Read more...
Tags: Music, Science, Netflix, Umbrella, Luther, Songs, Ben, Allison, Beefy, Klaus, Schaffer, Vanya, Tom Hopper, Reginald, Elliot Page, Superlatives


How did Atlanta become a top breeding ground for billion-dollar startups in the Southeast?

Over the past five years, the Southeastern region, led by Atlanta, has gone from being “one of the best kept secrets” in tech, to a vibrant ecosystem teeming with a herd of the billion dollar tech businesses that are referred to in the investment world as “unicorns” (thanks to their supposed rarity). In those five years venture capital investments surged to $2.1 billion in the region, with $1 billion invested in the last year alone, according to Lisa Calhoun, a partner with the Atlanta based inv...
Tags: Apple, Google, Amazon, Startups, TC, Facebook, New York, California, Virginia, US, Los Angeles, San Francisco, Tech, Atlanta, Georgia, United States


‘Sulwe’: A New Netflix Animated Musical Based on Lupita Nyong’o’s Best-Selling Book

Netflix is turning Lupita Nyong’o‘s best-selling book Sulwe into an animated musical film. Published in 2019, the children’s book follows a young girl with “skin the color of midnight” who is visited by a shooting star and embarks on a magical journey to learn about the nature of true beauty. Netflix announced that its next animated musical feature will be Sulwe, based on Oscar winner Lupita Nyong’o’s #1 New York Times bestselling book of the same name. Nyong’o will produce the film, which d...
Tags: Adaptation, Animation, Musical, Netflix, Lupita Nyong'o, Sulwe


‘The Witch Boy’: Netflix’s Newest Animated Feature is a Musical With Music by Haim

Netflix has got some grade-A talent for its next animated film. Musical trio Haim will be providing the music for The Witch Boy, an animated musical based on the bestselling graphic novel of the same title by Molly Knox Ostertag. The film will be directed by Oscar-nominated filmmaker Minkyu Lee in his feature directorial debut. An animated musical with music by Haim? Sign us up. Netflix’s latest animated feature The Witch Boy, sounds like it’s most exciting original animated film yet, with t...
Tags: Movies, Disney, Netflix, Animation, Oscar, Paul Thomas Anderson, Glen Keane, Musical, Haim, Anderson, Ryan Harris, Lee, Adam, Ralph, Klaus, Willoughbys


The Latest: Scores test positive in China’s Hebei province

By The Associated Press BEIJING — Chinese health authorities say scores more people have tested positive for coronavirus in Hebei province bordering on the capital Beijing. The outbreak focused on the Hebei cities of Shijiazhuang and Xingtai is one of China’s most serious in recent months and comes amid measures to curb the further spread during next month’s Lunar New Year holiday. Authorities have called on citizens not to travel, ordered schools closed a week early and conducted testing on a m...
Tags: Health, Business, Japan, UK, England, London, Congress, California, Washington, China, Germany, Angela Merkel, Russia, India, Israel, Uncategorized


The Latest: Japanese Health Ministry finds new virus variant

By The Associated Press TOKYO — The Japanese Health Ministry has found a coronavirus variant in people arriving from Brazil that’s different from the ones in Britain and South Africa. The variant was found in airport tests on a man in his 40s, a woman in her 30s and two teens, the ministry said Sunday. Japan was working with other nations, the WHO and other medical experts to analyze the new version of the virus, and it was still unclear whether available vaccines would work. The man who tested ...
Tags: Health, Business, Japan, UK, England, London, California, Mexico, China, Germany, Angela Merkel, Russia, India, Israel, Uncategorized, Sport


The Latest: Virus infections top 90 million confirmed cases

By The Associated Press BALTIMORE — Coronavirus infections have now surpassed 90 million confirmed cases around the world, as more countries braced for wider spread of more virulent strains of a disease that has now killed nearly 2 million worldwide. The number of infections worldwide has doubled in just 10 weeks, according to a tally by John Hopkins University on Sunday. COVID-19 infections had hit 45 million as recently as late October. As of Sunday afternoon, John Hopkins counted 90,005,787 i...
Tags: Health, Business, Japan, UK, England, London, California, China, Germany, Angela Merkel, Russia, India, Israel, Uncategorized, Sport, European Union


The Latest: Africa tops 3 million confirmed virus cases

By The Associated Press JOHANNESBURG — Africa passed the milestone of 3 million confirmed cases COVID-19 Sunday, including more than 72,000 deaths, according to the Africa Centers for Disease Control and Prevention. South Africa accounts for more than 30% of the continent’s total with more than 1.2 million reported cases, including 32,824 deaths. The high proportion of cases in South Africa could be because the country carries out more tests than many other African countries. South Africa is bat...
Tags: Health, Business, Japan, UK, England, London, California, China, Germany, Angela Merkel, Africa, Israel, Uncategorized, Los Angeles, Sport, European Union


Pandemic and forthcoming stimulus funds could bring climate targets in sight -- or not

The lockdowns that resulted from the COVID-19 pandemic have reduced greenhouse gas emissions. However, in the recovery phase, emissions could rise to levels above those projected before the pandemic. It all depends on how the stimulus money that governments inject into their economies is spent. A team of scientists, led by Dr. Yuli Shan and Professor Klaus Hubacek, University of Groningen, has quantified how different recovery scenarios may affect global emissions and climate change.
Tags: Science, Klaus, Yuli Shan, Hubacek University of Groningen


8 Holiday Movies You've Totally Been Sleeping On

We all have our holiday staples, the movies we turn to time and time again. But before you break out Elf for the 42nd time, spend another week trying to convince people Die Hard is a holiday movie, or press your luck with NBC’s version of The Grinch musical (although I wouldn’t), maybe give some of these special…Read more...
Tags: Nbc, Holidays, Christmas, Netflix, Streaming, Lifehacks, Black Mirror, Klaus, Arthur Christmas, Black Christmas, Watch It Nerds, Jingle Jangle A Christmas Journey, 12 Dates of Christmas, Io9 Features, The Knight Before Christmas, The Mistle Tones


All the Holiday Programming to Get You in the Christmas Spirit

(TNS)—With parents at their wits’ ends and kids crawling the walls, this is not exactly the white Christmas we’ve been dreaming of. But not to worry. There’s still time to get Aunt Clara’s teapot in the mail, and television has some treats to awake that Christmas spirit. Lifetime is elbowing the Hallmark Channel and UpTV, with a whole month of feel-good Christmas movies. Jacky Lai stars in “A Sugar & Spice Holiday,” arriving Sunday [Dec. 13]. Lai, a Canadian whose mother is Vietnamese and father...
Tags: Apple, Europe, New York, Hollywood, Television, News, Nbc, Holidays, California, Christmas, Disney, Netflix, Radio, Donald Sutherland, Carrie Underwood, Kansas


The Quarantine Stream: ‘Klaus’ Should Be An Annual Christmas Staple for Your Whole Family

(Welcome to The Quarantine Stream, a new series where the /Film team shares what they’ve been watching while social distancing during the COVID-19 pandemic.) The Series: Klaus Where You Can Stream It: Netflix The Pitch: When Jesper (Jason Schwartzman) distinguishes himself as the postal academy’s worst student, he is stationed on a frozen island above the Arctic Circle, where the feuding locals hardly exchange words, let alone letters. Jesper is about to give up when he finds an ally in local...
Tags: Movies, Netflix, Animation, Santa Claus, Tim Allen, Arctic Circle, Klaus, J K Simmons, Santa Clause, Netflix/Streaming Video, Family Films, Sergio Pablos, Featured Stories Sidebar, Jesper, Smeerensburg, Jesper Jason Schwartzman


Our People: The Business of Influence

In the first of the new ‘Our People’ series, Head of Influencer Marketing for We Are Social Paris Marine Montironi shares how she came to work in influencer marketing, what challenges and excites her about her role, and her advice to anyone considering a career working with influencers. What does it mean to be Head of Influence at We Are Social Paris? Leading the influencer marketing department here in Paris is a really diverse job. I’m in charge of the larger vision when it comes to influencer ...
Tags: New York City, Social Media, Seo, Netflix, Paris, Ubisoft, Influencer Marketing, Casey Neistat, Influencers, NPC, Klaus, KPI, Lake Annecy, Google Pixel, Life at We Are Social, We Are Social


Netflix Plans to Release Six Animated Movies Every Year

Netflix has become an unexpected hub for animated television, and now the streaming giant is looking to become the premiere place for animated feature films as well. Following the success of its first two animated films Klaus and The Willoughbys, with the former getting nominated for an Oscar, Netflix is gearing up to release six original animated feature films a year. That’s triple the amount of major animation studios like Pixar or Disney, which often release two films a year. Netflix co-C...
Tags: Movies, Disney, Netflix, Animation, Richard Linklater, Pixar, Ted Sarandos, Toro, Klaus, Wendell, Henry Selick, Business and Industry News, Willoughbys, Nora Twomey, Oscar Netflix


British engineer Salters becomes new HPD president as Klaus retires

Honda Performance Development has announced British engineer David Salters will become its new president with Ted Klaus set to retire after 30 years with Honda
Tags: Sport, Indycar, Klaus, Salters, Ted Klaus, Autosport, Honda Performance Development, David Salters


‘Over the Moon’ Trailer: Netflix’s Animated Musical, Directed by a Disney Legend, Reimagines a Chinese Legend

Inspired by the Chinese tale of the Moon Goddess, Over the Moon reimagines a Chinese legend with the help of a Disney legend. Disney Legend and Oscar winner Glean Keane directs Over the Moon, Netflix’s first animated musical film, animated by DreamWorks’ Pearl Studios and featuring an all-Asian cast including Cathy Ang, Phillipa Soo, Ken Jeong, John Cho, and Sandra Oh. Watch the final Over the Moon trailer below. Over the Moon Trailer Netflix has released the final trailer for Over the ...
Tags: Movies, Fantasy, Disney, Netflix, Animation, Moon, Oscar, Glen Keane, Movie Trailers, Pixar, Sandra, Rapunzel, Keane, Klaus, Steven Price, KPOP


Netflix Doesn’t Want to Buy More Movie Theaters, Says It Wants to “Beat Disney in Family Animation”

Don’t expect Netflix to make any further forays into owning movie theaters. The streaming giant already owns the Paris Theatre in New York City and the Egyptian in Hollywood, but according to a new interview with the company’s co-CEO, Reed Hastings, additional Netflix movie theaters probably aren’t in the cards. Something Netflix does want, however, is to “beat Disney in family animation.” Speaking with The Hollywood Reporter to support his new book, No Rules Rules: Netflix and the Culture of...
Tags: Amazon, Hollywood, Movies, New York City, Disney, Netflix, Animation, Exhibition, Paramount, Reed Hastings, Hastings, Don, Toro, Guillermo, Klaus, Family Films


Exploring ‘The Umbrella Academy Season 2’ Through Every Classic Horror Movie It References

Like its debut season, The Umbrella Academy ’s second season is oozing with historical, sociopolitical, and pop culture references, and nods to Gerard Way ’s comic book source material. However, in the beginning of season 2, in each of the scenes during which the seven gifted children of The Academy travel back to the 1960s, a Hammer Film Production B horror flick, except for The Sergeant was a Lady , plays at the Avon Theater in Dallas, Texas, setting the tone for the rest of the seaso...
Tags: Movies, Horror, Tim Burton, Christopher Lee, Peter Cushing, America, Features, Commission, Dallas, Carmichael, John, Jfk, Black Lives Matter, Academy, Stephen, Hammer


Berlin’s Art Scene: Are Reports of Its Death Exaggerated?

The news that three top collectors were leaving the city set off a string of negative headlines and prompted soul-searching from artists and administrators.
Tags: Art, News, Berlin, Flick, Thomas, Olbricht, Julia, Sprüth Magers, Klaus, Berghain, Berlin (Germany, Lederer, Stoschek, Friedrich Christian