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Link About It: Medusa's Depictions Through History

Link About It: Medusa's Depictions Through History

Medusa—a monster, a gorgon, a dangerous woman—with her snake hair, is an instantly recognizable subject throughout history. In art, fashion and pop culture, she has been portrayed in countless ways,
Reese Witherspoon’s Hello Sunshine teams with Amazon’s Audible on audiobooks and originals

Reese Witherspoon’s Hello Sunshine teams with Amazon’s Audible on audiobooks and originals

Reese Witherspoon’s media empire, Hello Sunshine, has teamed up with Audible to work on an audiobook project. The collaboration will initially see the launch of a showcase of Audible audiobooks as

Real Vision, a media platform for finance and business, raises $10 million

Real Vision is entering the crowded business and financial new space with a bang. The company, which recently raised a $10 million Series B after a $5 million A round, is working on a number of new
Amazon is selling facial recognition technology to U.S. law enforcement

Amazon is selling facial recognition technology to U.S. law enforcement

Amazon is selling Rekognition, its facial recognition platform, to law enforcement agencies, an ACLU report revealed.
Mark Zuckerberg dodges question from European Parliament on Facebook ‘shadow profiles’

Mark Zuckerberg dodges question from European Parliament on Facebook ‘shadow profiles’

Today, Facebook CEO Mark Zuckerberg met with members of the European Parliament for approximately an hour and a half. The meeting, originally set to take place in private, was livestreamed after some
So Who Is Barstool's PFT Commenter?

So Who Is Barstool's PFT Commenter?

Every so often, some publication or other—often a fancy one—will run a fawning profile of PFT Commenter, the sports satirist who works for Barstool Sports and co-created the wildly popular comedy

Lesley Stahl Shares Anecdote Explaining Why Trump Keeps Attacking the Press

President Donald Trump’s relentless attacks against the media gained some strategic context on Monday when CBS News’ Lesley Stahl shared a revealing conversation she had with Trump shortly before his
Five things we learned from Mark Zuckerberg's European parliament appearance

Five things we learned from Mark Zuckerberg's European parliament appearance

The format didn’t let MEPs question the Facebook boss too deeply – but there were worries over its monopoly1. The European Parliament’s chosen format was a terrible way to elicit answers from one of
Complaints that Zuckerberg 'avoided questions' at European parliament

Complaints that Zuckerberg 'avoided questions' at European parliament

Facebook founder spends 30 minutes giving answers to 60 minutes of MEPs’ questionsMark Zuckerberg’s meeting at the European parliament ended in acrimony amid a chorus of complaints that the Facebook
EPA security forcibly removed a reporter from a public event on toxic chemicals

EPA security forcibly removed a reporter from a public event on toxic chemicals

“She said she was not hurt, but she was actually physically touched,” one source told VICE News.
Otago University seizes and destroys copies of student magazine depicting menstruation

Otago University seizes and destroys copies of student magazine depicting menstruation

Editor accuses university of ‘censorship’ after staff removes all copies of Critic magazine from campus Staff from New Zealand’s oldest university have conducted a night-time raid to seize and destroy
Lesley Stahl: Trump told me he attacks the media so that people won’t believe us when we report bad news about him

Lesley Stahl: Trump told me he attacks the media so that people won’t believe us when we report bad news about him

Gaslight. The post Lesley Stahl: Trump told me he attacks the media so that people won’t believe us when we report bad news about him appeared first on Hot Air.
Yelp to revive antitrust complaint against Google over search results

Yelp to revive antitrust complaint against Google over search results

(Reuters) — Yelp said on Tuesday it has renewed a European antitrust complaint against Alphabet’s Google, seeking to gain traction on a longstanding accusation that the search giant unfairly promotes

Here’s how the media protects white people who racially profile black people

The presumption of innocence is supposed to protect those accused of a crime, in law and in the press. In corporate media, that rule also seems to apply to white people who report people of color to
Gracenote taps machine learning to classify individual song styles

Gracenote taps machine learning to classify individual song styles

Media metadata company Gracenote is embracing machine learning and audio analysis as it focuses on helping music-streaming providers identify music styles on a track-by-track basis. Genre
Tempow raises $4 million to let you stream on multiple Bluetooth speakers at once

Tempow raises $4 million to let you stream on multiple Bluetooth speakers at once

Tempow, a company that’s developing a new protocol to improve Bluetooth, announced it has raised $4 million in a series A round of funding led by Balderton Capital, with participation from C4
Pandora rolls out ‘personalized playlists’ to all Premium subscribers

Pandora rolls out ‘personalized playlists’ to all Premium subscribers

Pandora is taking a leaf out of Spotify’s book today with the launch of personalized playlists for its Premium subscribers. The music-streaming company first announced this feature back in March and

∞ How I became The Fresh Prince of Bel-Air

[VIDEO] If the headline rings any bells at all, spend a few minutes watching this well edited and entertaining video (embedded in main Loop post) of Will Smith talking through all his trials and

Russia’s Campaign to Help Trump Win Was Just the Start

Former FBI special agent Clint Watts was tracking Islamic State terrorists and their propaganda on Twitter in 2014 when he first encountered a different kind of troll. These accounts weren’t trying to