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Social Networks You Thought Were Dead

What happened to all those great social networks that came before. Were they relegated to the dustbin of history, never to be seen or heard from again, or did they morph into something else? Their fate may leave a clue to the ultimate destiny of the current social networks. It...
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Thrive Global

Dan Ashburn of Titan Network: “Focus on conversion first, traffic second”

Focus on conversion first, traffic second. The mistake most sellers make, including experienced sellers, is they’re always asking the question, “How do I get more traffic?” The algorithm is conversion-driven. If you get conversion right, traffic follows automatically; you’re going to win PPC clicks because your performance history is better. That’s going to generate more sales velocity, which will rank the products higher organically.
ECONOMY
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HeraldNet

Comment: One legacy of 9/11? How conspiracies spread online

It’s been 20 years since the attacks on the twin towers, the Pentagon and the crash of United 93 in a field in Shanksville, Pa., and in some ways the most important legacy of 9/11 can be boiled down to one maddening question: What is the truth?. In our pandemic...
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Detroit News

Review: 'Queenpins' turns coupon scam into muddled comedy

The quirky couponing comedy "Queenpins" begins with a scene of Connie Kaminski (a perky Kristen Bell) getting arrested in her bedroom in the middle of the night. It's one of those freeze-frame needle-scratch moments where Connie, in voiceover, says something to the effect of, "yep, that's me! But how did we get here? Let's start from the beginning..." which is a device that has been so overused that it's become parody fodder. But here it's not meant as parody, or if it is, it's not signaled as such.
TV & VIDEOS
ncadvertiser.com

A key legacy of 9/11? The way conspiracies spread online.

It's been 20 years since the attacks on the twin towers, the Pentagon and the crash of United 93 in a field in Shanksville, Pa., and in some ways the most important legacy of 9/11 can be boiled down to one maddening question: What is the truth?. In our pandemic...
POLITICS
theatermania

Theater Critic and Web Pioneer Andy Propst Dies at 56

Theater critic, biographer, and web pioneer Andy Propst died on September 6. He was 56. Propst is best known as the founder of AmericanTheaterWeb.com, an early online home for America's not-for-profit theaters, and the first serious attempt to provide a comprehensive listing of theaters and theatrical events on the Internet.
MUSIC
stateofpress.com

Destiny 2’s hot new fashion is a trypophobia horrorshow

If you feel squicked out looking at a lotus pod or dread seeing a boat covered in barnacles, then congrats, you’re experiencing the maybe-real sensation of trypophobia. It’s one of the phobias coined on the Internet, a fear or unease seeing dense clusters of holes. Perhaps you encountered this with ye olde Photoshopped image of a breast with lotus pod holes. Now I’m excited for more people to discover the horror through the new Iron Banner armour sets added to Destiny 2 this week.
VIDEO GAMES
Smart Business Network

Disruptive markets: Inherent value and dangers

I always get a kick out of reading about a high-growth, world-changing, paradigm-shifting new thing that is widely praised while being labeled “disruptive.” I had a lot of experience with that adjective in my childhood, and I turned out OK, just as most disruptive markets do. It’s easy to be...
MARKETS
flightaware.com

Collins Aerospace to acquire FlightAware

Collins Aerospace has signed a definitive agreement to acquire privately-held FlightAware, a leading digital aviation company providing global flight tracking solutions, predictive technology, analytics, and decision-making tools. (www.collinsaerospace.com) More... Sort type: [Top] [Newest]. Daniel Baker 2 days ago 45. The team that built FlightAware is deeply proud of what we’ve accomplished so far and is...
AEROSPACE & DEFENSE
cvbj.biz

Hotmail.com and its origin on the internet at all is free

Year 1996. In Spain, the internet is something that sounds esoteric. An exclusive technology for a few at exorbitant prices. However, that year two illustrious seekers made in Spain were born, Olé! and Ozú. In the United States, where the network of networks was born, the great ones of the internet are AOL, online service provider, search engine Yahoo!, the portal to make your own page Geocities, which will end up being bought by Yahoo! or the browser portal Netscape. That is precisely the most popular browser on the market. Although the previous year saw the light of the first version of Internet explorer. Also in 1996, Google take your first steps. But at that time there are more important search engines like High view, Webcrawler or Infoseek. And soon, Hotmail.com, Hotmail’s webmail, would arrive.
INTERNET
ComicBook

Twilight Stars Kristen Stewart and Rami Malek Reunite

The Twilight franchise still holds a dear place in fans' hearts, especially after its five-film saga brought a number of stars and up-and-comers into its fold. The films ended up featuring some surprising combinations of actors, many of whom have since gone on to have notable careers — and it looks like two of those stars just reunited. Kristen Stewart, who starred as Bella Swan across the entire Twilight franchise, and Rami Malek, who portrayed Benjamin in The Twilight Saga: Breaking Dawn — Part 2, were both seen attending the birthday party of Thor: Love and Thunder director Taika Waititi. While it doesn't look like the pair were photographed together, they did both show up in a series of photos posted to Instagram by Waititi's girlfriend, musician and actress Rita Ora.
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