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The word ‘amid’ is having a moment during the coronavirus coverage
Time to break out a thesaurus. The post The word ‘amid’ is having a moment during the coronavirus coverage appeared first on The Daily Dot.
Trump Is Melting Down, Imagines Journalists Trying Infect Him With Coronavirus
Guys, we are getting perilously close to Howard Hughes level of paranoia and germaphobia. Towards the end of his life, Hughes spent most of his time laying in bed in darkened hotel rooms, he wore
Journalist Makes Huge Math Blunder
You're not doing it right. Not at all.
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Silicon Valley VC 7BC Capital expands in Europe, recruits first venture partner
Silicon Valley VC 7BC Venture Capital has decided to make an incursion into Europe, recruiting its first venture partner in the UK. Monty Munford was previously a freelance journalist, conference
Google finally brings its security key feature to iPhones
More than half a year after Google said Android phones could be used as a security key, the feature is coming to iPhones. Google said it’ll bring the feature to iPhones in an effort to give at-risk
Finding the right reporter to cover your startup
Pitch the wrong reporter or publication, and your story won’t see the light of day. Before you start seeking press, you’ll need to look for reporters who have reach, respect and expertise when you
US Postal Service to Issue a Gwen Ifill Black Heritage Forever Stamp
The U.S. Postal Service will host a stamp dedication ceremony to launch the release of the Gwen Ifill black heritage stamp on Jan. 30. The ceremony will honor the late journalist with the 43rd stamp
Atlanta newspaper hits back at Eastwood's misogynistic portrayal of journalist in 'Richard Jewell'
Clint Eastwood’s latest film, Richard Jewell, focuses on the media circus that developed following the 1996 Atlanta Olympic Games bombing. According to reports, the movie focuses on two characters:
Gift Guide: Essential security and privacy gifts to help protect your friends and family
There’s no such thing as perfect privacy or security, but there’s a lot you can do to lock down your online life. And the holiday season is a great time to encourage others to do the same. Some people
Riots Break Out In Haiti Following Mysterious Murder of Journalist Amid Anti-Government Protests
All hell is breaking loose in Haiti. Again.Read more...
Ukrainian Journalist Calls Rudy Giuliani's Bluff After Smear: 'I Express My Readiness To Testify'
A Ukrainian journalist said on Sunday that he would be willing to testify to Congress against President Donald Trump's attorney, Rudy Giuliani. After Giuliani unleashed a bizarre rant on CNN accusing
Join The New Stack for Pancake & Podcast with Q&A at TC Sessions: Enterprise
Popular enterprise news and research site The New Stack is coming to TechCrunch Sessions: Enterprise on September 5 for a special Pancake & Podcast session with live Q&A, featuring, you
TV anchor Vikram Chandra bets on AI-powered short videos to fix India’s broken news scene
People watching videos online in India is expected to double by 2020.
Microsoft and the second SoftBank Vision Fund as another play for corporate cloud dominance
It looks like the return of SoftBank’s Vision Fund may be less reliant on murder money and more reliant on Microsoft’s money-making machine for its backing. The rumored involvement of Microsoft in
'You're not a journalist, you're a punk!' — former Trump aide confronts reporter at White House social media summit
Former White House aide Sebastian Gorka angrily confronted a reporter after the social media summit with President Donald Trump, and it was caught on video. Gorka, who is known for his belligerent
More brutal video of Portland Antifa event shows masked thugs with crowbars, bloodied victims, total anarchy
Since the assault and robbery of journalist Andy Ngo in Portland went national over the weekend, many more photos and videos from the Antifa protest that took place in the streets of the city have
Key Vision Fund investors are reportedly lukewarm on a second fund
SoftBank shook up the venture capital world with its unprecedented $100 billion Vision Fund, and the speculation continues around its follow-up. The fund hasn’t quite closed $100 billion — it is
National security journalism just became a national security threat
Six years ago, British intelligence officers walked into the offices of The Guardian newspaper in London and demanded its staff destroy computers they believed stored highly classified documents
This Journalist Visited The Cat Village In Taiwan And Shared Some Pawsome Stories And Photos
Journalist and activist Kirsten Han (@kixes) shines a light on a small village near Taipei that's known for having hundreds of cats roaming the streets. OK, we are all ready to go! Submitted by:
WikiLeaks’ Assange charged under the Espionage Act in a ‘major test case’ for press freedom
Julian Assange, founder of whistleblowing site WikiLeaks, has been charged with more than a dozen additional charges by U.S. federal prosecutors, including under the controversial Espionage Act — a