Ars Technica
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Mashable
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Guys, I'm scared. Imagine being a teen, being home alone, minding your own business, fooling around on Musical.ly , watching back the video you just made and noticing something...odd. SEE ALSO: Snake emerging from woman's car mid-drive is the stuff of nightmares In this video posted on Youtube by user MrBunnyfingers , it looks as though this girl is not as alone as she thought: Did you catch it? Watch again closely. What do you see in the background in the first second of the video, in the right corner of the screen, above the girl's left shoulder? MrBunnyfingers/youtube ' data-credit-provider="custom type" data-caption="OMG" title="OMG" src="http://i.amz.mshcdn.com/jcjgaqCsQNXVFdagxM3RnLNcj1M=/fit-in/575x4096/https%3A%2F%2Fblueprint-api-production.s3.amazonaws.com%2Fuploads%2Fcard%2Fimage%2F350841%2F737e5ce0-e17f-4a8a-92f6-026ddc8fed4a.png" alt="OMG" data-fragment="m!4903" data-image="http://i.
BoingBoing
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I'm a fan. I think 4 screen replacements would have cost me $400, these were around $30 all in. They've also saved us having the Phones actually worked on and potentially destroyed! Mark once told me it was easy to replace my own screen. I ended up needing a whole new phone when I was done. OMOTON Tempered Glass Screen Protectors via Amazon
Petrolicious
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BBC News 24
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I still to this day don't know what that means. It was really something in his own mind that he believed in. Partly you are exploring your relationship to him, but in terms of your own relationship with the culture you grew up in in London and then in the dance world in the West, but also very regularly visiting Bangladesh.
BBC One London
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The keeper makes the right decision to help out his defenders. Running towards your own goal with a delivery like that, it usually causes own goals. Good decision by Gerken to come out and punch. Is Lawrence hobbling? That would be a real blow.
Channel4 News
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Given the alternative to the deal could be no deal at all that strikes some Labour MPs as a puny gain. In his statement to the Commons just after the Theresa May speech , David Davis said he thought that there was plenty of wriggle room in the constraints on Britain to negotiate trade deals while it is still in the EU customs union and (it's long been argued) effectively prohibited from doing so. Mr Davis told the Commons that (under the Duty of Sincere Cooperation) the UK could get trade talks primed and virtually ready to sign the moment Brexit happened as long as the UK doesn't tread on EU feet, jeopardising their own interests. It sounds a bit as though the UK will be testing how far they can push this. Theresa May had come to the very location for the April 1988 speech that Margaret Thatcher gave extolling the virtues of the Single Market, evangelising for the business access it would bring, the smashing of trade barriers.
BBC One London
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This will have felt good to Farman, the goalkeeper. Didn't have the best game at Portman Road and he will have needed that for his conference. He had a horrible moment against man's reeled in the 2006 FA Cup when he conceded in the own goal.
Plymouth Herald
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A Plymouth mum who used to be confined to her house because of mental health problems is using her own experience and passion to help others.Debbie Seldon has pursued her lifelong dream to set up an art studio, and its purpose is to help those with mental health issues and learning difficulties.But 10 years ago, life for Debbie was extremely different.I was very poorly with agoraphobia I couldn't go outside of my house and sometimes I couldn't leave my bedroom, said the...
Voice Of America
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The Somali militant group al-Shabab has purportedly executed a Ugandan soldier who had been held captive since September, 2015, according to a video released by the group. The video posted by the group purports to show the soldier being executed with two gunshots to the head. Before the execution, the group apparently forced the soldier to make a statement saying that Ugandan soldiers came to Somalia “just for the money”. The soldier then urges other Ugandan soldiers to stay in their own country and not to deploy to Somalia. “It’s possible to get a salary even back in Uganda,” he says in the video. Al-Shabab identifies the soldier as Masassa M.Y. He was captured following an al-Shabab raid on a Ugandan-run military base in the town of Jannaale, 120 kilometers south of Mogadishu, on September 1, 2015. Nineteen Ugandan soldiers were killed in the attack, according to officials.
Digital Trends
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BoingBoing
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The Band’s Robbie Robertson has worked on and off at the Village since the 1970s, and Studio Ed is home to Grammy-winning producer and engineer Ed Cherney. At their service are a few dozen engineers and gofers, many of them young musicians Greenberg has hired through a relationship with the Berklee College of Music. On the third floor, in a former musical instrument storage space once occupied by, among others, Jimmy Jam and Terry Lewis, pop songwriter Noel Zancanella is meeting with a few would-be collaborators. When Danny Elfman rented the space, he renamed it Muerte Surgical Instruments. Zancanella, whose homey suite feels like a secret clubhouse, started as a Village coffee boy under Greenberg. He rose to assistant engineer, struck out on his own and has since co-written or co-produced hits for Taylor Swift, OneRepublic and Maroon 5. After his success, Zancanella debated building a home studio at his place in Venice.
The Hill
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OPINION | This isn't about fairness, this is about the consequences of losing.
Breitbart News
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BBC News 24
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The choice is emerging here. Do we want to be taken down a path that we didn't vote for and which is against our interests, or do we want to take control of our own future? And I think that is a choice Scotland has the right to make. To wave the white flag across the Cliffs of Dover, as Theresa May has done, is damaging to Britain's future and is a theft of democracy.
Adweek
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Media decoupled from the creative function more than a generation ago, and I think its unlikely that the current and coming crops of media leaders are interested in playing second fiddle to creative . They manage their own business affairs and have built their own client connections, both in procurement and in the marketing department. So today, who really needs whom? So, what do I think the answer is? I think its time to redefine what the role of media is for a business. In a post-digital world, the CMO s most important relationship is with the CIO. After all, thats the intersection of understanding the consumer, and, more importantly, grasping marketings impact on the performance of the business. The CMO is driven by business performance, and the connection between action and impact is now provable. Media today doesnt simply deliver eyeballs; it also generates huge volumes of data about the consumer, the market and performance.
SPACE.com
an hour
The late Gene Cernan had a lot to be nostalgic about, but his thoughts were by no means trapped in the past.
Channel 4
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The astronaut Gene Cernan has died aged 82. He was the last person to step foot on the moon. Following his lunar explorations, the American spaceman said he knew he no longer belonged solely to the Earth but will forever more belong to the universe. Here he is, in his own words, for a film he made about his life called "The Last Man on the Moon.
BBC News 24
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But some views here may surprise you. Rosa hopes a wall would help stop illegal immigrants. We have our own problems here in America, so... You know, to add more of them coming over here, I think.
Channel 4
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One of the issues is the nearer the presidency he got the quieter he would become but it has been the reverse? You don't know him that well, he is incapable of being quiet. I've had dinner with him, and he sort of entertaining in his own way.
The Economic Times
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"The Tata Sons Board meeting held on January 12, 2017 and the appointment of N Chandrasekaran as chairman of Tata Sons have been done as per the company's Articles of Association and relevant laws," a Tata Sons spokesperson told ET.Sources close to Mistry said that he was not comfortable attending the board meet since the Tatas had violated undertakings given by them in court. "At this stage, we do not wish to discuss next steps in terms of legal strategy," people close to Mistry said. Article 118 of the Articles of Association of Tata Sons, passed under a special resolution following a Tata Sons EGM on December 6, 2012, lays out the terms for the appointment of the chairman. It says: "For the purpose of selecting a new Chairman of the board of directors and so long as the Tata Trusts own and hold in the aggregate at least 40% of the paid up Ordinary Share Capital of the Company for the time being, a Selection Committee shall be constituted in accordance with the provisions of this Article to recommend the appointment of a person as the Chairman of the Board of Directors and the Board may appoint so recommended as the Chairman of the Board of Directors, subject to Article 121 which requires the affirmative vote of all Directors appointed pursuant to Article 104B.
Channel 4
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After the break, here in New York, the views of the city about one of its own, Donald J Trump and those of the editor of Vanity Fair, Graydon Carter. Welcome back to Manhattan.
Sky News
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Theresa May made it clear the Parliament gets a say. Should it be a deciding role? Of course, because people like me wanted to bring back powers to make laws in our own Parliament. She could have to years of negotiations in Parliament throat at? You look at the Labour candidate in Stoke.
Sky News
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Pretty clear on the customs union. We are going to leave the common tariff and have our own schedule. All right. I am really pleased. You make it sound, this is the list, send it to Brussels, they will stamp it and that is great.