Huge, advertising-based, general-purpose social networks aren’t the high-growth cash cows they once were, as Facebook’s recent “growth” numbers would suggest. Many consumers, it turns out, would rather spend their time watching short-form videos than sharing memes and hitting “like” buttons. And new restrictions on user tracking have made it harder for mass-market social networks to target ads. advertisement advertisement The founders of a new social network called Niche believe the next generation of social networks might cater to online communities formed around more specific interests, such as hobbies or creator businesses . So, on the Niche app, which became available in the App Store Tuesday, you would find groups formed around rock climbing or around people who enjoy collecting Star Wars memorabilia. Eventually, Niche will host groups based on many different things, including music artists and business events. advertisement … [Read more...] about These Facebook and Tinder vets are building a Web3 social network called Niche
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Share to Twitter Share to Linkedin It’s a shame what Bill Maher has been saying about the obesity epidemic. Back in 2019, Maher literally asked people to “fat shame” others more on his HBO show “Real Time with Bill Maher,” as I covered for Forbes . Now, in the latest episode of his show, Maher complained that America has “gone from fat acceptance to fat celebration.” Maher claimed as well that “There’s a disturbing trend going on in America these days with rewriting science to fit ideology or just to fit what you want reality to be,” as you can see in the following tweet from Maher and the accompanying video: Just to be clear, Maher is not a scientist. During this segment, he also didn’t present any real scientific studies or have any, you know, real live scientists present. So, hmmm, was he in fact presenting actual science or was he rather rewriting science to fit his ideology or just to fit what he wants reality to be? Well, let’s take a look at … [Read more...] about Bill Maher Claims ‘Fat Celebration’ Is Happening In U.S., Oversimplifies Obesity Epidemic
PELOSI’S JAN 6 PRIMETIME SPECTACULAR BEGINS THIS WEEK… FORMER ABC NEWS PRESIDENT JOINS CAMPAIGN… AXIOS : Scoop: Jan. 6 committee’s secret adviser The House’s Jan. 6 committee has turned to a renowned former network news executive to hone a mountain of explosive material into a captivating multimedia presentation for a prime-time hearing Thursday. James Goldston — former president of ABC News, and a master documentary storyteller who ran “Good Morning America” and “Nightline” — has joined the committee as an unannounced adviser, Axios has learned. […] I’m told Goldston is busily producing Thursday’s 8 p.m. ET hearing as if it were a blockbuster investigative special. MORE … NETWORKS PLAN TO INTERRUPT PROGRAMMING TO TAKE IT LIVE… At least two of the broadcast networks will interrupt evening programming for live coverage anchored by ABC’s David Muir and CBS’ Norah O’Donnell. NBC will announce plans soon. MORE… DEM CONGRESSMAN WANTS JAN 6 COMMITTEE TO PUSH … [Read more...] about Editor Daily Rundown: Pelosi’s Jan 6 Primetime Spectacular Kicks Off This Week
Share to Twitter Share to Linkedin Ghana has just had four firsts when it comes to Marburg virus disease (MVD) with none of them being good firsts. The first first came in late June when the country had its first ever reported case of MVD. That was soon followed by Ghana’s first ever reported death from the viral illness along with its first ever outbreak of MVD. And now Ghana has had its first ever child dying from MVD. That’s clearly four firsts too many. The child was one year and two months of age and unfortunately died three days after being admitted to the hospital on July 17, according to the following announcement from the Ghana Health Service: The child’s death brought the current death toll from the MVD outbreak in Ghana to three, including the child, the child’s father who was 26 years old, and another unrelated man who was 51 years old. There’s been a fourth case of MVD, a 24-year-old woman who was the wife of the 26-year-old man and … [Read more...] about First Child Death From Marburg Virus In Ghana, Brings Outbreak Death Toll To 3
Share to Twitter Share to Linkedin A U.K. boy who’s been the focus of an international legal battle has died hours after his life support was switched off. The parents of Archie Battersbee, 12, who suffered severe brain injuries in April, have been trying to keep him on life support for weeks, taking the case as far as the United Nations and the European Court of Human Rights. But doctors, and courts, argued Battersbee was “ brain stem dead ” and that further efforts to keep him alive were “futile.” He died just after midday on Saturday, almost exactly four months after he was found unconscious at home. His parents, Peter Battersbee and Hollie Dance, believe he may have been taking part in a social media challenge at the time. He has been in the care of the Royal London Hospital in Whitechapel ever since. The tragic case has gripped the nation, with each legal appeal covered widely in the media. Assisted by the Christian Legal Centre, his … [Read more...] about Archie Battersbee: U.K. Boy At The Center Of Life Support Battle Dies
Despite being a strong student in high school, Sydney Dodini struggled during her freshman year at Brigham Young University. She kept showing up late to lectures and found it difficult to focus during class. When she flew home in the spring, she asked her father, Aaron Dodini, a psychologist who specializes in ADHD testing, to give her a QbTest, an FDA-cleared ADHD diagnostic screening tool that can be done online. advertisement advertisement ADHD, or attention deficit/hyperactivity disorder, is one of the more common neurobehavioral disorders usually first diagnosed in childhood and which can continue into adulthood. Symptoms fall into three categories: inattention, manifesting in difficulty sustaining focus, staying on task, and staying organized; hyperactivity, including excessive fidgeting, extreme restlessness, even talking too much; and impulsivity, including difficulty with self-control, delaying gratification, and considering long-term … [Read more...] about An ADHD diagnosis can be expensive and inaccurate. This company’s test addresses both problems
Calling all Patriots! We want to hear from YOU to help shape our coverage. Our Patriots are the most loyal readers of the Daily Caller, and we want to make sure we’re getting feedback about what we can do better, and what stories you’d like to see us cover. The Biden administration is planning to revoke Title 42, a Trump-era policy put in place to slow the spread of COVID-19 and enable the United States to quickly deport illegal migrants crossing the border. Critics say the move will lead to another surge in migrants. If so, how should the federal government respond? Let us know in the form below. Don’t forget. Patriots gather at The Daily Caller Patriots War Room to participate in thoughtful discussion. Also, you can always reach out to us directly through: [email protected] com . Take advantage of your subscription . This is your chance to become part of the conversation and help us shape all of our future coverage. Make sure to check out the rest of our … [Read more...] about Calling All Patriots: How Should The Biden Admin Handle The Next Surge Of Illegal Migrants?
Calling all Patriots! We want to hear from YOU to help shape our coverage. Our Patriots are the most loyal readers of the Daily Caller, and we want to make sure we’re getting feedback about what we can do better, and what stories you’d like to see us cover. National Review senior writer Dan McLaughlin wrote Monday that President Joe Biden “could put a stop to the public walkbacks” from White House aides by “immediately by firing one or more people for publicly contradicting him.” “In fact, Biden has been remarkably averse to firing anyone,” McLaughlin went on to say. “It was once common practice in D.C. to make underlings walk the plank as a way of not only deflecting blame, but also showing that the president was serious about holding people accountable if they failed the voters.” Patriots, are there any White House officials Biden should fire? Let us know in the form below. Don’t forget. Patriots gather at The Daily Caller Patriots War Room to participate in … [Read more...] about Calling All Patriots: Whom Do You Think Biden Should Fire?
BIDEN INVOKES EMERGENCY WAR POWERS TO BUILD SOLAR PANELS… NY POST: Biden draws heat for invoking Defense Production Act to boost solar panels President Biden drew criticism Monday after invoking the Defense Production Act to potentially expedite the production of solar panels — with journalists and Republicans questioning the rationale for using special wartime powers. Renewable energy advocates, meanwhile, cheered the White House announcement that Biden would invoke the act “to accelerate domestic production of clean energy technologies, including solar panel parts.” […] The Biden administration did not specify a national-defense reason for using the act to boost solar panels. When Biden was vice president, the Obama administration aggressively pushed for solar energy production — sparking the Solyndra scandal when a politically-connected firm went bankrupt after getting $535 million in federal loan guarantees. KOREAN WAR-ERA LAW WIELDS POWER OVER AMERICAN … [Read more...] about Editor Daily Rundown: Biden Invokes Emergency War Powers To Build Solar Panels
Aceron in “Scorpio Nights 3” For Gold Aceron, having a romantic relationship shouldn’t be a hindrance to his plan of becoming an accomplished artist, especially since the young actor has recently taken the “sexy route” by appearing in the third remake of the erotic thriller series “Scorpio Nights.” Gold said he would encourage his girlfriend to watch Law Fajardo’s “Scorpio Nights 3,” which features Christine Bermas as his leading lady. “I would tell her, ‘You have to be ready to see projects like this because this is what I do for a living.’ The problem is, I don’t have a girlfriend anymore,” he told Inquirer Entertainment during a recent virtual media gathering. “Just the same, this person who I will eventually choose to become my life partner should understand and fully accept the kind of work that I do. I don’t think this should be difficult, especially when we put importance on communication. Lahat nadaraan sa mabuting usapan,” Gold pointed out. He admitted that his love … [Read more...] about ‘Going extreme’: The different emotions Gold Aceron struggled with in his love scene for ‘Scorpio Nights 3’