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March 23, 2019

Fox News Reporter Quotes Tweet from QAnon-Related Account On Air

As part of a Fox News piece on President Donald Trump’s “free speech” on college campuses executive order, Fox and Friends First reporter Carly Shimkus quoted a tweet from a popular QAnon Twitter account that shares information about the far-right conspiracy theory.
March 23, 2019

Netflix is experimenting with totally different episode orders for its new anthology present

When it comes to watching television, viewers typically watch everything in the same order — the show will either have a certain broadcast order, or its story will be such that watching it out of order would turn it into nonsense. With its new anthology series Love, Death + Robots, Netflix tried something new: testing out different episode orders to see which performed the best.
March 23, 2019

‘Best friends’ Kitty and Leila arrived on the shelter in the identical service. Now they’re in search of a brand new residence collectively.

A cat and dog sharing the same pet carrier were surrendered last week to MSPCA-Angell‘s Boston shelter. Now, the “best friends” are looking for a new home together.
March 23, 2019

Crunchyroll raises month-to-month subscription value for the primary time because it launched in 2006

Crunchyroll, a leading anime subscription service, is raising its monthly subscription cost to $7.99, up from $6.95. The price hike is the first time Crunchyroll has raised the price of its basic, most widely purchased plan since the service first launched in 2006. The changes go into effect for new users on May 1st, 2019, while existing users get a three-month grace period. The news, first reported by TechCrunch, has since been confirmed by an email Crunchyroll has sent to subscribers.
March 23, 2019

MillerCoors sues Anheuser-Busch over corn syrup advertisements

MILWAUKEE (AP) — A fight between beer giants escalated Thursday after MillerCoors filed a lawsuit against Anheuser-Busch that accused its rival of trying to “frighten” consumers into switching to Bud Light with “misleading” Super Bowl ads.
March 23, 2019

It seems Tom Brady is getting higher at snowboarding

Tom Brady, as has been thoroughly chronicled by now, is a self-made football superstar. He didn’t enter the NFL as a highly-touted draft pick, and has regularly won over rivals through his work ethic.
March 23, 2019

GoFundMe pledges to take away anti-vax campaigns

GoFundMe is removing anti-vaxxers from its platform, according to an exclusive report by The Daily Beast. The company is currently conducting a review for anti-vax campaigns on the platform and will ban any fundraisers found to be promoting bad science.
March 23, 2019

'RuPaul's Drag Race' Season 11 Spoilers: Rachel Maddow Gives the Queens Breaking News Treatment in Episode 4 Sneak Peek

The anxiety is mounting for many of the queens on Season 11 of RuPaul’s Drag Race, and the tension is only going to continue to build on the upcoming episode.
March 22, 2019

Logan Paul’s satirical flat Earth doc will get to the guts of YouTube’s suggestion situation

Logan Paul’s 50-minute satirical documentary exploring flat earth conspiracy theories demonstrates how someone open to an idea can become indoctrinated into believing something that isn’t real. Paul’s video is entirely facetious, but the underlying parallels between his journey into flat earth conspiracy theories and the way conspiracies spread on YouTube isn’t.
March 22, 2019

Electronic well being information can’t exchange a physician who is aware of you

The introduction of electronic health records (EHRs) was accompanied by a great deal of fanfare. Such systems, which replace old paper-based charts in doctor’s offices and hospitals, were designed to make patient data more accurate, safer and more accessible. It was also claimed that they would make it easier for doctors and other health professionals to monitor medical care and ensure that guidelines were followed. The federal government was so keen on EHRs that it provided financial incentives to doctors and hospitals to adopt them, totaling US$25 billion by 2016.