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Tabloid Tuesday Reads

Good Morning!

I’ve had a bout of a really bad stomach flu and I’m just beginning to get some energy back, so I’m not going to post anything that takes any analysis.   2,204 more words

Morning Reads

Magic Leap Secures $542M Led By Google For "Lightweight Wearable" Tech That Merges Physical And Digital Worlds

It’s rare that a company can stay relatively secretive while raising a huge amount of funding, but Florida’s Magic Leap has managed that. The startup, led by CEO Rony Abovitz, announced today the close of its $542 million Series B, featuring investors led by Google, Inc., and including KPCB, Andreessen Horowitz, Obvious Ventures, Qualcomm and Legendary Entertainment. 885 more words

TC

#Gaming And #Journalism: #Gamergate In 60 Seconds #spel

Wonder what the #Gamergate is all about? Check out the video below exploring it in 60 seconds.

If you want to, check out the 15/10 update video on the matter.

Gaming

HeForShe - Movie & Series Edition

Hey my loves,

here is a list of movies which deal with feminism and gender equality we thought you might enjoy! Just click on the title and you can read the official IMDB site. 916 more words

The Dawn Of Inspiration

What mainstream media can learn from the past

He’s talking about American media where the contagion is astonishing. Australia really is spared the worst of it although we are obviously not unaffected (seen Q&A lately?). 15 more words

Media

A ray of hope shines through the ebola cloud

The people of Dallas have been living under a dark cloud of fear over the people infected there with ebola. Because government experts have continually changed what constituted a risk of contracting the disease, they truly never knew if going about their daily activities would expose them to ebola. 375 more words

Musings

The Block Glasshouse: Can a person bring a claim for disappointment?

The Block is a reality television series in which couples renovate apartments from a diabolical state to sartorial glory.  The properties are then sold at auction.   1,607 more words

Litigation