If you’re a cable cord cutter who wants to stream the 2020 Democratic debate on your phone, mobile device, or smart TV, you’re in luck—CNN will once again lift the paywall on its digital channels, meaning you can live-stream the debate without authentication from a pay-TV provider. I’ve rounded up the easiest ways to watch below: … [Read more...] about How to watch the 2020 Democratic debate live on CNN for free without cable
So the reality is, Steyer played by the rules and qualified, and sure he spent at least $47 million to get there, but he qualified by the rules nonetheless. Of course, that didn’t stop countless commentators on social media from asking the question in so many words: Why was Tom Steyer there? … [Read more...] about Democratic debate leaves a crucial question unanswered: Why was Tom Steyer even there?
“Consumers today want a lot of variety,” says Amaya Weddle, MindBody VP of research & product marketing, noting a broad shift in the market where wellness is now packaged along with fitness. “Gyms always look for new revenue streams and recognize that by offering recovery workshops or partnering with other local studios in their area, they can just create more engagement with their consumers.” … [Read more...] about The gym of the future will be virtual, gamified, and totally immersive
Good luck expecting those key issues to be discussed at tonight’s Democratic presidential primary debate in Des Moines, Iowa. The problem? Yang didn’t make the debate stage for the last debate held before the electorate starts to vote. In fact, while the Democratic field started as the most diverse in history, none of the nonwhite candidates have made it for this debate. This means the Asian and Pacific Islander candidates (Yang and Tulsi Gabbard), the black candidates (Senators Kamala Harris and Cory Booker and former governor Deval Patrick), and the lone Latinx candidate (former Obama cabinet member Julian Castro) will not be there to speak to these issues that will have a direct impact on workers within their communities. … [Read more...] about Let’s hope these key tech issues aren’t ignored on tonight’s less-diverse debate stage
Overall, no candidate should be thrilled with how people are feeling about politics these days. Sprout Social’s data showed that 57% of the general Twitter chatter around Tuesday’s debate was negative, while only 21% was positive and 22% was unrated. Based on my own (unscientific) review of debate-related headlines over the past two days, I’d say those numbers probably add up. … [Read more...] about Math-obsessed Andrew Yang should be thrilled with these Twitter hashtag numbers