Anthony Levandowski makes an unlikely prophet. Dressed Silicon Valley-casual in jeans and flanked by a PR rep rather than cloaked acolytes, the engineer known for self-driving cars—and triggering a notorious lawsuit—could be unveiling his latest startup instead of laying the foundations for a new religion. 3,035 more words
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Pics of One of Dr. Broady's Sessions at the 2017 Southeast TESOL Convention in Alabama: Digital Backchanneling and Exit Slips at Work
What a great crowd and experience. I used backchanneling during the session and acquired great data for my post-session analysis of the impact of my session on the participants. 7 more words
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On June 9 of last year, a private investigator visited Neal Harmon in his Provo, Utah office with unwelcome news: Disney, the second-largest media company in the world, was suing his company.
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Not long ago, everyone saw Hollywood and Silicon Valley as opposites. Hollywood was cool, artistic, and uniquely adept at entertaining viewers.
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When Anna Scanlon logged onto the video streaming site YouNow last Halloween, her stomach sank. Vegan Cheetah, a popular vlogger within the online vegan community, had uploaded a four-hour video in which he accused Scanlon of flashing him her genitals against his consent and propositioning sex via Skype.
After her sought-after, five-letter Instagram handle was stolen by an Iranian hacker, professor Negar Mottahedeh opened up the door to her former homeland, striking up an unlikely friendship with the thief to learn more about a man struggling to earn a living in an economy compromised by 35 years of U.S.-led sanctions. 248 more words