Day: January 10, 2023

Afroman Turns Security Footage Of Bullshit Raid Of His Home Into Viral Rap Video Hit

Rap artist Afroman’s biggest hit is “Because I Got High,” a track that details how his best intentions were undone by his weed intake. So, one might reasonably suspect marijuana might be found at his residence. But there’s very little that’s reasonable about what happened to Afroman four months ago. Earlier this year, he became

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iOS 16.3 beta slightly changes how ‘Call with Hold’ for Emergency SOS works

Apple on Tuesday released the second beta of iOS 16.3 to developers, which brings some minor tweaks to the iPhone and iPad operating system. Notably, one of these changes impacts how the Emergency SOS feature works – more specifically, the update changes the behavior of the “Call with Hold” option. Read on as we detail what changes with iOS 16.3 beta 2.


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Galaxy S23 Reservations Go Live as Samsung Confirms Unpacked Event

Samsung In December, a Samsung executive said the next “Galaxy Unpacked” event would be in February. As promised, today Samsung officially confirmed its big Galaxy S23 launch event begins on February 1st, 2023, in San Francisco. More importantly, those that know they’ll want the new phone can reserve the Galaxy S23 starting January 10th at Samsung’s

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Ethical Design for Growth Marketing in Digital Commerce

Growth marketing is the philosophy of taking into consideration the best of design, marketing, technology, product principles, and data to build a product/ service for the customers. Ethical design is designing a website built on the values that the brand stands for that could cover aspects like fairness, honesty, and inclusivity. When the two meet, it sets the stage for how customers develop trust towards brands.

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Second school district sues TikTok, Instagram, YouTube and others over youth mental health crisis

The Kent School District in Washington state has joined Seattle Public Schools in filing suit against TikTok, YouTube, Facebook, Snapchat, Instagram, and their parent companies, seeking compensation to address the youth mental health crisis that both districts allege has been caused by the social media companies. Kent, a 25,000-student district located south of Seattle, filed its own complaint Monday in U.S. District Court in Seattle, nearly identical to the one filed Friday by Seattle Public Schools, working with the same law firm, Keller Rohrback. The districts allege that the companies have violated the state’s public nuisance laws with algorithms that prey… Read More

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