Day: June 6, 2023

The Fleeting Utopia: Navigating The Euphoria Of New Digital Communities

Joining a new digital community can be an exhilarating and empowering experience. This has been observed on numerous occasions when people join new platforms such as Nostr, BlueSky, Farcaster,, Tribel, and many others, as well as older social media platforms such as blogs, Usenet, LiveJournal, Xanga, AOL, Flickr, Facebook, Instagram, and TikTok. Initially, these

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Daily Deal: Little Wonder Solo Stereo Multi Connect Bluetooth Speaker

This Solo Stereo Multi Connect Bluetooth Speaker may look small, but it produces as clear and powerful a sound as any other speaker. It comes in various colors that are great for any setting and décor. Connect this speaker to your smartphone or tablet via Bluetooth and enjoy your favorite music. It has a built-in

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Welcome To Twitter, Linda Yaccarino, No One Wants To Advertise On Your Terrible Platform Any More

On Monday of this week, new CEO Linda Yaccarino officially became CEO of Twitter. Of course, basically no one believes that she’s actually the CEO. Everyone knows that Elon Musk, who in the past has mocked the “CEO” title anyway, is still in charge. He still owns the company and is executive chairman, meaning that

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Terrifying ‘Insidious: The Red Door’ trailer will scare the crap out of you

A man lies in a CT scan in the film

MRI scans are unsettling enough without the trailer for Insidious: The Red Door.

Blumhouse has dropped its second trailer for the fifth and final instalment of Leigh Whannell’s Insidious series, with original stars Patrick Wilson and Rose Byrne returning for one last round of horrendous jump scares. And this time, Wilson is directing.

Set 10 years after the first film’s horrifying events, the story meets up with the Lamberts, who are still plagued by the terrorising spirits of The Further. Josh (Wilson) and Renai’s (Byrne) son Dalton (Ty Simpkins) is a grown up now, but hasn’t yet outrun what sent him into a coma all those years ago.

If you love a good scare, this one’s for you.

Insidious: The Red Door is in cinemas from July 7.

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New Mac Studio guide: What you need to know about the M2 Max & Ultra Mac Studio


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Imply Data gives Apache Druid schema auto-discover capability
Startup Imply Data Inc., which is promoting the use of the open-source Apache Druid real-time analytical database, today announced the third milestone in Project Shapeshift, its campaign to build a comprehensive toolset for developers to use in building applications on top of Druid. Imply is a multicloud data platform for real-time data ingestion and visualization

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