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Cardi B & Offset Reunite, Lick Tongues on the Grammy Awards Red Carpet (PHOTOS)

Good news for Offset: It looks like he definitely got his wife Cardi B back. Things were looking seriously shaky for the Migos rapper after his public plea at the Rolling Loud festival to take him back fell flat.Bad news for all of us: We apparently have to suffer through Cardi and Offset’s awkward reunion tour as they get reacquainted to being a couple again in public.Here are some photos of them licking each other’s tongues and doing the absolute damn most:Seriously though, Cardi’s wild, offbe...
Tags: Celebs, Hip Hop, Pop Culture, Jazz, Pda, Grammys, Celebrity Couples, Trending, Cardi B, Red Carpet, Marie Kondo, Cardi, Get A Room, Offset, Grammys 2019, Doing The Most


Do as they say, not as they do: employees accuse Planned Parenthood of pregnancy discrimination

According to a scathing report by The New York Times, employees nationwide are accusing Planned Parenthood of engaging in rampant pregnancy discrimination. Some examples: The organization allegedly prohibited a pregnant medical assistant suffering, from high blood pressure, from taking breaks recommended by her nurse. Managers are accused of refusing to hire pregnant job candidates, and of pushing new moms out of their jobs after they gave birth. What lessons can employers learn from these stori...
Tags: Law, New York Times, Pda, Ada, EEOC, Jon Hyman, Heather Mount


Sorting the spin from the facts: how big can the surveilling city that Sidewalk Labs plans for Toronto get?

Cory published a writeup of my research showing Google offshoot Sidewalk Labs’ plan to build a surveilling city in Toronto involves a much, much larger chunk of land than publicly disclosed (in fact about 2,600 acres of prime Toronto waterfront!). It flushed out a response from the high-priced US PR firm Berlin Rosen, apparently acting on behalf of Sidewalk Labs: Hi there – I am reaching out about the above mentioned article. The image that accompanies the article is a picture of designa...
Tags: Google, Post, Corruption, News, US, Toronto, America, Canada, Pda, North America, Smart Cities, University of Toronto, Dan Doctoroff, Sidewalk Labs, Alphabet, Justin Trudeau


A legendary gadget brand is making a comeback with a smaller smartphone to go with your regular one — the Palm phone hits stores today

Palm, best known as the pioneering manufacturer of the first mainstream personal digital assistant (PDA) in the early '00s, is making a comeback with a new phone.  The new phone is about the size of a credit card and is supposed to work in tandem with your existing regular-sized smartphone. The phone hits Verizon stores on November 2 and sells for $350. The idea is that you take the small phone with you, and leave your regular one at home, thus helping you spend less time on your smartphone.  ...
Tags: Google, Amazon, Verizon, Trends, Nba, Kate Spade, Pda, Palm, Golden State Warriors, Steph Curry, Stephen Curry, Tcl


A legendary gadget brand is making a comeback with a plan to fight app addiction by making a smaller smartphone to go with your regular one

Palm, best known as the pioneering manufacturer of the first mainstream personal digital assistant (PDA) in the early '00s, is making a comeback with a new phone.  The new phone is about the size of a credit card and is supposed to work in tandem with your existing regular-sized smartphone. The idea is that you take the small phone with you, and leave your regular one at home, thus helping you spend less time on your smartphone.  The phone goes on sale in November for $350. Steph Curry of the ...
Tags: Google, Verizon, Trends, Nba, Kate Spade, Pda, Palm, Golden State Warriors, Steph Curry, Stephen Curry, Tcl


Is the world ready for the return of the PDA?

I want to live in the Gemini’s universe. It’s one where the promise of on-demand hardware has been fulfilled. Where crowfunding, rapid prototyping, scalable manufacturing all of those good things have improved our lives by giving us the devices we both want and need. It’s the utopian dream of 2011, fully realized. In the Gemini universe, the PDA never went away. It simply adapted. All of those irritated anti-touch typers had nothing to complain about. Sure, the iPhone still moved a billion u...
Tags: Travel, Reviews, Apple, Mobile, London, Hardware, Nokia, Pda, Gemini, Psion, Planet Computers


10 Ways to Use Index Cards in Your Homeschool

Index cards are  low-tech but super handy teaching tools. The cards are  small (3×5, 4×6, 5×8) and easy to carry around in your purse or pocket. Homeschool Index Card Uses 1. Bible Study Outlines Make key notes for a Bible book, chapter, story or Bible character. Download free printable Bible study cards here.  2. Timelines ... The post 10 Ways to Use Index Cards in Your Homeschool appeared first on Heart of Wisdom Homeschool Blog.
Tags: Blogging, Teaching, Pda, Homeschool, Timelines, Index Cards, Homeschool Helps


Planet Computers Gemini hands-on review

Tech with a nostalgic spin is in, and the Planet Computers Gemini wants to bring the PDA kicking and screaming into 2018. Retaining the classic miniature computer design, it has Android and up-to-date specs; but can it cut it in the modern smartphone world? The post Planet Computers Gemini hands-on review appeared first on Digital Trends.
Tags: Android, Mobile, Trends, Pda, Gemini, Android Army, Planet Computers, Mwc2018


Gay teens ordered to stop hugging because ‘there are children present’

The lifeguard allegedly demanded the couple to be more "composed."
Tags: Life, Lifestyle, Italy, Homophobia, Pda, Ad Friendly, Queerty


Amber Rose & Val Chmerkovskiy Keep The PDA Going With Another Steamy Smooch!

Amber Rose and Val Chmerkovskiy are SO in love! After putting on the PDA at the New York Knicks game on Monday, these two are keeping it going with their own kiss cam... aka Twitter! Related: Val Isn't Here For "Ignorant & Vile" Trolls Following Kissing Pic! The model and SlutWalk founder shared a sweet pic of them locking lips (above) to social media early Wednesday, captioning it: "NYC nights with my @iamValC" Sigh. Young love! Could they look any happier together? While the duo have only bee...
Tags: Celebs, Pda, New York Knicks, Val Chmerkovskiy


1st Touch Launches iAppoint Scheduling For Social Landlords

1st Touch (www.1sttouch.com), the UK’s leading system innovator for the social housing sector, has announced the launch of iAppoint. The all-new self-service module will help social landlords to streamline customer appointment scheduling by speeding up and enhancing the processes involved. In addition, as online services cost only a fraction of call centre responses, the potential...
Tags: Social, Mobile, Europe, UK, Landlord, Housing, Seo, Maintenance, App, Customer, Scheduling, Device, Tablet, Pda, Document, Handheld


11 side effects I had as a traveler in Nicaragua

Photo: Francesco Volpi 1. Baseball will never be the same for me. Sitting on the red dirt, munching on freshly-fried plantains that I bought for less than a peso, drinking a beer out of the cooler I brought and watching a game of baseball get delayed by the cows that are crossing the outfield… none of that ever got old. What does get old now that I’m back home is paying $10 for a beer, $8 for a hotdog, and never seeing any cattle on the baseball field. 2. Privacy has become negotiable. It w...
Tags: Intimacy, Canada, Baseball, Nicaragua, Toilet, Pda, Bargain, Bargaining, Bed Time, All, Nica


9 things I learned by falling in love with a Spaniard

Photo: Eleazar 1. Getting used to serious PDA. I was used to hearing “Ew, get a room,” every time a boyfriend kissed me in public. It came as a shock to me when my Spanish man held my hand, stopping every hundred feet while walking by the University of Barcelona to sensually whisper my name and kiss me. At first, I felt the kind of awkwardness where you don’t really know how to respond or what to do with your hands, but by the time we reached Casa Milà (about 52 kisses later, to be precise...
Tags: US, Spain, Barcelona, Spice Girls, Pda, All, Pablo Neruda, Suga, Barri Gòtic, Sarrià, Gavà, Tibidabo, Eleazar, University of Barcelona, La Rambla, Baby Bash


Smooching in front of your kids may have health benefits

by Jennifer Borget posted in Mom Stories When my husband or I want a smooch in the kitchen or living room when the kids are nearby, we’ll go for it. But we know we’re asking for some company. Anything longer than a quick hug is a signal for the kids to come and get in... Read more » Want to get the full story? Click on the headline above. And thanks for reading the BabyCenter Blog.
Tags: Health, Family, Kids, Marriage, Parenting, Relationships, Development, Kissing, Pda, Baby, Motherhood, Dads, Mom, Preschooler, Jennifer Borget


Facebook IQ Examines the Tender Side of Technology

Does technology drive people further apart or pull them closer together? The latter is true, according to a recent study by Facebook IQ. The social network’s research arm surveyed users in Nigeria, South Korea, the U.K. and the U.S. and consulted with experts and influencers to help determine how technology helps people “create new and different expressions of love.” Facebook IQ arrived at four basic findings. ODA is the new PDA: Online displays of affection are the new public displays of affec...
Tags: Facebook, Apps, Messenger, South Korea, Instagram, Nigeria, Advertising, Marketing, Analysis, U.K., Millennials, Applications, Wifi, Dating Apps, Online Dating, Pda


11 Ways To Tell Your Boyfriend Wants To Dump You But Hasn’t Got The B**ls To Do It

Men can be cowards when it comes to calling time on a relationship. There’a no nice way of saying it, when it boils down to a face-to-face conversation about the future, men would rather run down the street naked than be up front about their feelings and often employ the tactic of being such an a***hole that you end up doing it for them. I get it. Dumping someone is always going to be hard – it’s awkward and, of course, risks crying girls which men, on the whole, freak out at. So, if you have ...
Tags: Facebook, Barcelona, Online Dating, Pda, Glenn Close, Glenn, Stringfellows


Italian Stereotypes – True or False

  Every culture is associated with stereotypes, and while they can have some truth to them, many of them are exaggerated or generalized. This is being written by someone who is constantly stereotyped as a guido (thanks a lot Jersey Shore). So let me clear up some of these Italian stereotypes for you: Italians only eat pasta Pasta is sacred. You cannot take pasta away from an Italian meal otherwise it won’t be complete. We do not *only* eat pasta, but it is a staple for us, it is often eaten ...
Tags: Coffee, Romance, America, Rome, Pasta, Culture, Language, Italy, Vacations, Starbucks, Mafia, Pda, American, Vespa, Stereotypes, Sicily


Survey: Americans Like Gays But Hate When Gays Act Gay

If the stock photo above makes you uncomfortable, survey says: you are not alone. It's the top answer on the board.Read more...
Tags: Homophobia, Gays, Pda