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September 30

‘How to break arm at home’ Russians top Google search as Putin announces that he will deploy citizens to fight Ukraine – The Tribune India

Chandigarh, October 1 “How to break an arm at home” on Wednesday became the top Google search in Russia soon after Russian President Vladimir Putin announced that he will deploy citizens to fight Ukraine. As per New York Post, after the announcement, the Russians also bought one-way plane tickets out of the country. President Putin and military officials said 3,00,000 reservists would immedia...
September 30

Misdiagnosis is a common form of medical error

Misdiagnosis is a common form of medical error. In fact, nearly 20 percent of patients say they have been misdiagnosed at some point in their lives. Misdiagnosis can take a variety of forms, including misinterpreted lab results, a doctor’s failure to prescribe the correct treatment, a doctor treating a patient for the wrong disease, and more. If you think you’ve been the victim o...
September 30

Five Reasons Why American Cities Will Be The Engine Of The U.S. Bitcoin Economy – Bitcoin Magazine

This is an opinion editorial by Frank Nuessle, previously a T.V. executive, university professor and publishing entrepreneur. “A good community insures itself by trust, by good faith and good will, by mutual help. A good community, in other words, is a good local economy.” — Wendell Berry, Work of Local Culture As the Canadian entrepreneur Jeff Booth has opined – Bitcoin is the “bridge to t...
Five Reasons Why American Cities Will Be The Engine Of The U.S. Bitcoin Economy – Bitcoin Magazine
September 30

FaceCheck.ID New Face Search Engine Anyone Can Use to Run an Online Background Check – Benzinga

Sentient Labs launches a face search engine FaceCheck.ID. The site lets users search the internet using a photo of a face. The web portal is designed to be used by the general public to check anyone’s internet footprint. By visiting FaceCheck.ID and making a face search, anyone can quickly check their potential date’s photo against millions of photos of swindlers, criminals, and suspects who ...
September 30

FaceCheck.ID New Face Search Engine Anyone Can Use to Run an Online Background Check – Digital Journal

Sentient Labs launches a face search engine FaceCheck.ID. The site lets users search the internet using a photo of a face. The web portal is designed to be used by the general public to check anyone’s internet footprint. By visiting FaceCheck.ID and making a face search, anyone can quickly check their potential date’s photo against millions of photos of swindlers, criminals, and suspects who ...
FaceCheck.ID New Face Search Engine Anyone Can Use to Run an Online Background Check – Digital Journal
September 30

Google appears to have disabled Google Translate in parts of China – TechCrunch

Update September 30, 2022, 6:48 PM ET: A Google spokesperson told TechCrunch via email that the company has discontinued Google Translate in mainland China “due to low usage.” Perhaps there were ulterior motives, but it’s likely there’s some truth to the statement — in China, Google services usage is a sliver of that of homegrown tech giants like Baidu and Alibaba. The original story follows...
Google appears to have disabled Google Translate in parts of China – TechCrunch
September 30

Twitter Tests New Tweet View Count Display to Better Highlight Content Reach

Not entirely sure about this. Today, Twitter has launched a public test of a new ‘Views’ count on some users’ tweetswhich displays the total number of times that each of your tweets was seen in the app. As you can see in this example, posted by @chimponseyin the expanded tweet activity display, some users are now also seeing a ‘Views’ listing, alongside ‘Retweets’ and ‘Likes’. The count...
Twitter Tests New Tweet View Count Display to Better Highlight Content Reach
September 30

Governor Abbott Mobilizes Additional State Resources To Support Florida’s Hurricane Ian Response – Office of the Texas Governor

Governor Greg Abbott today directed the Texas Division of Emergency Management (TDEM) to mobilize additional state resources to Florida to assist their response and recovery efforts following Hurricane Ian. “The State of Texas stands ready to continue assisting Florida as it recovers from the devastating impacts of Hurricane Ian,” said Governor Abbott. “Texans are no stranger to emergency hur...
September 30

A Look at the Top Costume Themes and Trends for Halloween 2022

Halloween is almost here (10/31), and if you’re planning a themed campaign to tie into the event, it’s worth noting the top Halloween trends of the year, to ensure that you’re up on any notable, and potentially brand -relevant, shifts. Here’s a look at some of the current key trends of note, based on early Halloween engagement activity. First off, Pinterest has provided some insight into ...
A Look at the Top Costume Themes and Trends for Halloween 2022
September 30

Elon Musk’s Text Messages Provide Insight into How his Twitter Takeover Plan Took Shape

Seriously, not a week goes by without a little more drama sprinkled into the Twitter/Elon Musk takeover conflict. With the court trial now set for October 17th, we’re currently in the ‘discovery’ phase, which is the period in which both legal teams provide their items of evidence for reference in the hearing. And lucky for us, in this instance, it’s all public, which has this week given u...
Elon Musk’s Text Messages Provide Insight into How his Twitter Takeover Plan Took Shape