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How One Woman Makes Almost $1 Million A Year On Etsy

I'm not sure where to start with the ridiculousness of this article and honestly the embarrassment that Carey, the author, must feel after not doing any fact checking. How about checking Alexa NUNN not Gill and seeing if that is Alicia's sister? No. Why the F#)# would you LIE about something so easy to discredit you. Also, "some of the items aren't handmade"? How about nearly every single item she is selling. 30 minutes of hitting her sites and adding her "threebirdnest" as a friend on Instagram and looking at the comments would let you know. She buys pretty much all of the items wholesale locally and from China and MAYBE upon arrival adds a button or a piece of lace...then calls that "handmade"..Yes Alicia, its handmade...IN CHINA and you're pawning this sh#) off as your own? Customers have even complained that your "team" is so lazy and arrogant that they aren't even taking the "made in China" tags off anymore...how do you sleep at night with so may lies being told?

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The Science Of Posture: Why Sitting Up Straight Makes You Happier And More Productive

If you have a chair that rocks, & is capabable of tilting forward, sit forward on it and ignore the back rest (even the best lumbar support is simply a horrible temptation to slump - if you use a backrest, your neck will be out of alignment). The free rocking will encourage you to balance, and the forward tilt allows the angle between your torso and things to open up. Most of us have shortened hamstrings, so that sitting up straight with the legs at a 90 degree angle to the torso (or worse, with a backward tilting chair) means the pelvis is physically incapable of being upright, because the hamstrings pull it over backwards.

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The day I stood up alone

Photographer Boniface Mwangi wanted to protest against corruption in his home country of Kenya. So he made a plan: He and some friends would stand up and heckle during a public mass meeting. But when the moment came ... he stood alone. What happened next, he says, showed him who he truly was. As he says, "There are two most powerful days in your life. The day you are born, and the day you discover why." Graphic images.

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The bar has been raised for panda sex

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The World's Top 10 Most Innovative Companies Of 2015 In Social Media

For keeping social media honest. Fake news travels fast, especially on social media. Storyful, a five-year-old Dublin-based company, uses a potent combination of human and machine fact-checking to separate news from noise. It analyzes everything from asinine viral videos to hard international news, doing a social media deep dive to source and verify news. "There’s never been a better way to spread a hoax than social media," Storyful founder and CEO Mark Little has said. "But there’s never been a better fact-checking desk than social media." After being acquired by News Corp for $25 million, in early 2014 Storyful partnered with Facebook to launch FB Newswire, which finds newsworthy user-generated content and runs it through the ringer, posting only the credible stuff. There is clearly an appetite for real news there: Site embeds of Facebook news posts increased 50% in just four months following the launch. Now Storyful is helping fund an initiative aimed at creating industry-wide guidelines for how news organizations treat their social media sources. "People who create content, whether they’re just people who are witnesses randomly to an event or professionals, deserve credit and in certain cases compensation," says Little.

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Publicize Aims To Turn Its New “Reporter-In-Residence” Program Into A Bigger Trend

Publicize is a startup aiming to disrupt the PR industry. The company was founded in 2010 by Conrad Egusa, a former VentureBeat writer, when he realized that the PR industry’s business model was broken for startups. As opposed to traditional PR firms which charge $10K/month with 6 month retainers, Publicize provides a $499/month service that can be cancelled at any time. We also provide a $50/month …

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Adobe Wants To Kill Your Desktop

If you use Photoshop or Illustrator for a living, you probably live at your desk, tethered to your standard-issue computer. But Scott Belsky , known best for founding the creative site Behance, wants to change that in his new role leading mobile products at Adobe. Over the next year, he has big plans to turn Adobe's apps for your smartphone and tablet from a creative gimmick into powerful multitasking tools with workflows that are on par or even faster than what you can do on your desktop.

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Ultraviolet light reveals erased poetry in 13th century Black Book of Carmarthen

However, using a combination of ultraviolet light and photo editing software, the 16th century owner’s penchant for erasure has been partly reversed to reveal snatches of poetry which are previously unrecorded in the canon of Welsh verse. Currently, the texts are very fragmentary and in need of much more analysis, although they seem to be the continuation of a poem on the preceding page with a new poem added at the foot of the page.

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What It's Like To Drink Bulletproof Coffee Every Morning For Two Weeks

Cindy I too have been a vegetarian for years (over 30) and never had a problem with my weight until a few years ago. I crave bad foods and have been packing on the weight even though I exercise most days for 45-60 min. I heard about butter coffee on my local news and researched it - that is how I learned about BPC. So I have been drinking it for 4 days now. I also feel great and full of energy. I am not hungry for hours and eat a lot less at lunch than usual. However, I do become very hungry by dinner time and am afraid of falling back into my bad carb overload habits during dinner. I track what I eat on Fitness Pal and that site is telling me that I am quite a bit over on the fat I should have. I feel if I drink BPC as my breakfast, that any food I eat after will put me way over the suggested fat allowance of Fitness Pal to help me lose weight. So what are you eating and doing on your 4 month diet? I need suggestions to lose weight as a vegetarian who loves this BPC. Thanks.

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Tinder’s First Advertisement Is One Big Experiment

This week, Tinder unveiled its first ad in the form of a video promoting Budweiser’s next #Whatever, USA campaign. The video ad will show up for Tinder users the next time they open the app, but much like Instagram’s foray into advertising, Tinder ensures that rolling out advertising on the platform will go slow.

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BMW can't build its $135,000 plug-in hybrid fast enough

A more apt comparison might be against the Tesla Model S , with sales of 35,000 units last year, compared to 18,000 BMW i3 EVs and i8 plug-in hybrids, combined. At the same time, Chevy sold nearly 19,000 copies of its plug-in hybrid Volt in 2014, while Nissan sold 30,000 Leaf EVs for a combined 7 percent bump over 2013. That shows not only that BMW is holding its own in the clean vehicle market, sales-wise, but that the overall market is growing -- even in a time of $2 per gallon gas.

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PancakeBot Prints Breakfasts Too Pretty to Eat

So how does the machine work? First, you download any image you’d like and use custom PancakeBot software to trace an outline. When you’re ready to cook, PancakeBot uses a vacuum and pressure system to squirt batter onto the integrated griddle, drawing lines in the order you traced them. The lines you drew first will cook longer and brown more.

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Microsoft's Surface 3 is a $499 tablet that could be a full Windows laptop

The first thing I noticed about the Surface 3 when I got an early look at it is how similar it is to its predecessor. Microsoft still wants its Surface line to be somewhere between a tablet and a laptop, but the result is usually a tablet that really wants to be a laptop. That's no different this time around. The Surface 3 has the same silver magnesium casing, a similar thickness, and the smaller roughly 10-inch display you’d expect from Microsoft’s basic Surface offering. At first glance it looks like Microsoft has simply rebadged its unsold stock of Surface 2 tablets and squeezed a fanless quad-core Atom processor inside. That’s a fair assessment until you look a little closer and find the subtle changes here. A new screen size makes it feel more like a tablet While the Surface 2 and Surface RT before it used a 10.6-inch display with an awkward 16:9 aspect ratio, Microsoft is improving this for the Surface 3. The new tablet uses a 10.8-inch display with a 3:2 aspect ratio. That might sound like a small difference, but it actually makes it a lot more usable in portrait orientation, and it brings it closer to the tablet experience you expect from an iPad competitor.

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12 Buildings To See In New York Before You Die

In honor of the 50th anniversary of New York City’s landmark preservation legislation, the New York School of Interior Design is recognizing the city’s best interiors in an exhibit of all 117 New York City interior landmarks. Some of them are famous, like the main concourse of Grand Central. Others are little-known or rarely visited, like the beautiful Art Deco interiors of the Marine Air Terminal at LaGuardia airport; the lavish, gilded headquarters of Dime Savings Bank in Brooklyn; or the picturesque imperial staircase of City Hall.

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Russia reportedly pays online trolls to write nice things about the country's YotaPhone

The YotaPhone 2 is already  a well-liked device, but according to the report, trolls have been given cash under the table to secretly write and post positive reviews. Although the Russian government has a stake in the company through a state conglomerate, this does not mean Yota itself is aware of the tactic, or that professional writers are taking handouts. (We've reached out to Yota for comment.)

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Six surprising facts about who's winning the operating system and browser wars in the U.S. | ZDNet

Ed Bott is a freelance technical journalist and book author. All work that Ed does is on a contractual basis.Since 1994, Ed has written more than 25 books about Microsoft Windows and Office. Along with various co-authors, Ed is completely responsible for the content of the books he writes. As a key part of his contractual relationship with publishers, he gives them permission to print and distribute the content he writes and to pay him a royalty based on the actual sales of those books. Ed's books have been distributed under several imprints: Que Publishing (a division of Pearson Education); Microsoft Press (with production and distribution by O'Reilly), and Fair Trade Digital Exchange, where he was briefly a partner. On occasion, Ed accepts consulting assignments. In recent years, he has worked as an expert witness in cases where his experience and knowledge of Microsoft and Microsoft Windows have been useful. In each such case, his compensation is on an hourly basis, and he is hired as a witness, not an advocate. Ed sometimes receive fees and/or travel expenses for live speeches and webinars from companies and organizations.

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Inside Amazon's Quest To Brand Your Home

Indeed, take a look around your home now without rummaging through your cabinets for the Glad trash bags, and very few things are actually branded in your normal line of sight. Your furniture doesn’t have any obvious labeling, and neither do the pictures on the wall, nor the plants on your window sills. And while TVs, kitchen appliances, and bathroom fixtures do, they likely aren’t sporting the same bright, full-color logos Amazon's buttons will feature. With Amazon Dash, the company is enabling retail partners to place the equivalent of banner ads in our homes—that is, assuming we hang them places more overt than the inside of our cabinets.

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Google Says 5% Of Visitors To Its Sites Have Ad Injectors Installed

Google and the Berkeley researchers found that ad injectors are now available on all major platforms and browsers. Out of those 5 percent of users that have at least one installed, one-third actually had four of them running simultaneously and half were running two. Clearly, there is a group of users that is a bit more prone to catching one of these than others.

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Can you guess someone's political party based on their name? And other psych quizzes

About Ben Ambridge Ben Ambridge is a senior lecturer in psychology at the University of Liverpool, where he researches children’s language development. He is the author of "Psy-Q," which introduces readers to some of the major findings in psychology via interactive puzzles, games, quizzes and tests. He also writes newsy stories connecting psychology to current events. His article "Why Can't We Talk to the Animals?" was shortlisted for the 2012 Guardian-Wellcome Science Writing Prize.

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The Promise Of Outsourcing To Vietnam

The country is undergoing a transformation. The rise of tech business and the increase in opportunities is driving an entrepreneurial spirit that can be seen in the success of developers like Dong Nguyen, the Vietnamese creator of the mobile sensation, Flappy Birds. Designed, created, and distributed for free in a matter of days from Ho Chi Minh City, within a year it had millions of players and was earning $50,000 per day from in-game advertising. It has served as an inspiration for others.

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http://venturebeat.com/2015/04/03/read-the-email-bill-gates-sent-to-employees-for-microsofts-40th-anniversary/

In the coming years, Microsoft has the opportunity to reach even more people and organizations around the world. Technology is still out of reach for many people, because it is complex or expensive, or they simply do not have access. So I hope you will think about what you can do to make the power of technology accessible to everyone, to connect people to each other, and make personal computing available everywhere even as the very notion of what a PC delivers makes its way into all devices.

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Acer is launching an all-in-one Chromebase desktop with a touchscreen this summer

While Google's Chromebooks are finding a measure of success in certain markets, Chrome OS hasn't exactly found much traction in other form factors, like the Mac mini-esque Chromebox or all-in-one Chromebase. That's not stopping Acer from offering up its own take on the all-in-one desktop — the company just announced its own Chromebase. Unlike the Chromebase that LG  first introduced in late 2013 , this one has a new hardware trick — its 21.5-inch, 1080p display is a giant touchscreen.

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Apple Watch Demo Videos Put Potential Buyers Behind The Wheel

If it seems to be a bit late in the cycle to get something like this out, I agree. Apple’s early marketing around the Watch has focused mainly on its construction, originality and possibilities for customization. That’s not a bad thing at all, but it’s much more suited to a product that’s entering an upgrade cycle. The last few years of iPhone or iPad releases is a good example of this. If you’re going to convince someone they might like to purchase the new one you’re going to highlight differentiating design, color, materials or functionality.

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Mutant antibiotic-resistant superbugs are spreading in Texas winds

It sounds like a nightmarish plot of a Michael Crichton science-fiction thriller: Mutant, antibiotic-resistant microbes that go airborne and spread in the wind, infecting people far and wide who have the misfortune to breathe in the "superbugs."

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Sesame is one of the cheapest smart locks you can buy

Some things I didn't see working but that are coming: integration with the Apple Watch and Android Wear. You'll be able to say "OK Google, open sesame" into your wrist and have your front door unlock. Another feature integrates with Apple's HomeKit, so you can issue the same command to Siri from your phone. And last but not least is a small Wi-Fi Bluetooth adapter that can be added onto the system to let you lock and unlock the Sesame over your Wi-Fi network when you're not in range. This has become pretty standard among similar smart lock devices, though Ku noted that by not putting the Wi-Fi chip into the lock, Sesame is capable of squeezing about 500 days of runtime on a single pair of batteries.

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The Quest to Push a Human-Powered Bike to 90 MPH | WIRED

Highway 305 is the main route into Battle Mountain from the town of Austin to the south. For the competition, the authorities have agreed to close it for 20 minutes twice a day—in the early morning and just before sunset. Within these time slots the teams must ensure the wind drops below 3.7 mph if they want their time to be legal, which can lead to a frenetic atmosphere at the starting point. Among the Dutch team, a man on roller skates holds the rear of the bike while another man on skates approaches him at speed. They make contact and, with the first man holding the bike, they set off down the course and release the vehicle. The Russians prefer a frantic ruck around their bike from which it’s catapulted. The team runs behind its creation, shouting and driving pell-mell through the other competitors, somehow leaving them unscathed. AeroVelo’s approach is calm and simple: Evans pushes, Reichert pedals.

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This image shows the future of climate modeling

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CodeFights Scores $2.4 Million To Turn Coding Practice Into A Game

A startup that turns practicing your programming skills into a game, CodeFights , has just raised $2.4 million in seed funding to further develop its real-time, social game where developers can participate in “code battles” versus either a timed clock or other opponents directly. While the site has only been live for around six months, already 70,000 users have shown up and have solved 1.5 million challenges, says co-founder Tigran Sloyan.

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SeatGeek Scores $62 Million for Its Ticket-Selling App

SeatGeek helps people find and buy tickets to sporting events, concerts, Broadway shows, nightclubs and a range of other live entertainment through its mobile app or website. The service provides a range of available tickets, complete with seat maps, and “all-in pricing,” meaning there are no hidden transactional, shipping or other fees at checkout.

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Microsoft Is Saying Exactly “Nothing” About The Surface Pro 4

The Pro 3’s commercial performance has been superior to its predecessors, making its successor all the more interesting as a potential. In the AMA, Microsoft was pitched a question that was a jokish attempt at getting them to confirm the existence of the Surface Pro 4, and perhaps even provide guidance on when it will be released.

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NSFW interactive art lets you play with other people's bodies — and your own

Artist and Carnegie Mellon student Miles Peyton has published Parts, Parts, Parts , an art project that allows users to upload animated clips of their body parts and piece them together with other submitted body parts on a digital collage board. The piece is described as an anonymous, interactive alternative to "sending nudes."

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New study shows how age affects your social network of choice

Facebook, meanwhile, has the lowest user percentage in the 18-34 age range at 38 percent, narrowly behind Twitter at 41 percent. Facebook also registered the highest portion of users aged 65 and over — a tenth of the network’s users in the U.S. have reached retirement age, compared with just 1 percent of Snapchatters. The survey doesn’t cover users aged under 18, though again you would expect Snapchat to be very popular with the younger crowd.

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Bit by bit, Intel looks to quadruple SSD storage

With all the photos, videos, apps and tunes you have, the storage on your smartphone may not be enough. With that in mind, Intel is researching new ways to up the storage capacity in mobile devices and PCs without hurting the size or price of devices.

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15 TechCrunch Stories You Don’t Want To Miss This Week

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Facebook's latest Snapchat clone creates viral video stories anyone can add to

Perhaps the best way to explain Facebook's newest app is with bananas. One day, the fruits went from being plentiful snacks in Facebook's cafeterias and break rooms to the surprise stars of a crowd-sourced video made by its employees. People stepped away from their desks to capture short videos of bananas (or to be specific: "Mr. Banana") living life around the office like a human would. They'd walk down hallways holding the banana as if in first-person, or prop it up on desks and furniture. Anyone could get in on the phenomenon, collectively creating a saga that's silly but also fun. And the company hopes it will be compelling enough to lure people away from places like Snapchat and Vine.

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List of Printers Which Do or Do Not Display Tracking Dots

(Added 2015) Some of the documents that we previously received through FOIA suggested that all major manufacturers of color laser printers entered a secret agreement with governments to ensure that the output of those printers is forensically traceable. Although we still don't know if this is correct, or how subsequent generations of forensic tracking technologies might work, it is probably safest to assume that all modern color laser printers do include some form of tracking information that associates documents with the printer's serial number. (If any manufacturer wishes to go on record with a statement to the contrary, we'll be happy to publish that here.)

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Georgia wants EV owners to pay for saving the planet

Climate change is still a real , looming threat, so you'd think that getting people using electric cars would be a vital project to safeguard the future. Unfortunately, the state of Georgia is so broke that it's not only pulling its electric vehicle subsidies, it's going to kick would-be planet savers while they're down. Vice News details how the state is about to axe its $5,000 tax credit and, even better, add a $200 a year electric vehicle tax to recoup the drop in gasoline tax revenues .

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Tinder’s First Advertisement Is One Big Experiment

This week, Tinder unveiled its first ad in the form of a video promoting Budweiser’s next #Whatever, USA campaign. The video ad will show up for Tinder users the next time they open the app, but much like Instagram’s foray into advertising, Tinder ensures that rolling out advertising on the platform will go slow.

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CrunchWeek: Shyp’s Fundraising, Microsoft’s Surface 3 And GoDaddy’s Massive IPO

Welcome to another episode of CrunchWeek — a special one, as our brand-new reporter Matt Lynley  joins us for the first time. We’re incredibly happy to have him on the team and the set.

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LG intros new flagship's high-contrast display before the phone itself

LG must consider the G4's display as one of its main attractions, because the company's launching it weeks before the device's debut. The South Korean electronics maker has announced that it's begun mass producing its next flagship device's 5.5-inch QHD LCD panel . LG says the 1,440 x 2,560 resolution screen has 538 pixels per inch and boasts a 120 percent color gamut, which enables it to display more accurate and richer colors compared to other phones. Most devices, including the iPhone 6 Plus , only offer around 100 percent color gamut. The company says it achieved that percentage by combining a blue LED chip with red and green phosphors instead of yellow like in other LCDs.

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Why Your Favorite Snapchat Apps No Longer Work

However, the company says that the warning messages should no longer be necessary as it believes it has fortified its API to the point of being able to lock out these third-party apps for good. What’s more, Snapchat says it’s also been working with Google and Apple to try to get the apps removed from their respective app stores, citing Terms of Service violations.

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Disney to Invest $250 Million in Fantasy Site DraftKings

Walt Disney Co. is investing $250 million in online fantasy sports business DraftKings Inc., valuing the company at roughly $900 million, people familiar with the matter say.

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BBC uses BitTorrent Bundle to sell a 10-episode set of Doctor Who

The BBC has put the package together to mark 10 years of  Doctor Who being back on the air. The series' modern run began on March 26th, 2005 — 10 years ago last week. The package includes a strange assortment of content, but that may be why the BBC is using a Bundle, rather than a more traditional form of distribution. "This innovative deal with BitTorrent allows us to directly reach a huge number of consumers and engage with fans on a global and fast-growing digital platform," Julia Kenyon, a BBC Worldwide director, says in a statement. "Innovative" may be a generous way of putting it, but regardless, it's a sign that BitTorrent's turnaround is working: Bundles may be a strange way of selling things, but BitTorrent is getting big names on board and making strides toward shedding its association with piracy.

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Your Creative Calendar: 73 Things To Do, See, And Hear This April

It's no longer April Fools' Day , so you can trust that there are no hilarious pranks in this month's entertainment forecast. Let's leave the pranks to YouTubers and George Clooney—it's the one thing that unites them. Each of the movies, shows, and other spectatorial adventures below is 100% real, and carefully hand-selected to burn through your discretionary income like a pillage through King's Landing in Game of Thrones (which returns in April). It's like Steve Harwell of Smash Mouth once said: "So much to do, so much to see, so what's wrong with taking the back streets?" Actually, it's not like that at all. Front streets all the way! With no further ado, here is Co.Create’s extensive and prank-proof guide for what to pay attention to until blockbuster season arrives in earnest next month.

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Pinterest Acquires Team From Hike Labs, Including Google Reader, Blogger Veteran Jason Shellen

As for the Drafty app the Hike Labs team was working on, the app was first released in private beta in the fall then updated this February. The app was going to offer users a new way to blog from their iPhone, which would have made it a competitor to things like Tumblr or Medium. However, Shellen says there are no plans to shutter the app now, as he’s exploring what to do with it in the future.

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Why Your Bitmoji Looks So Much Like Your Actual Face

Of course, the other part of it is that Bitmoji come with context. Blackstock likens it to an artist doing a caricature in the park (or at a 90s Bat Mitzvah): the portrait drawer always asks for a hobby or something else that might capture the essence or personality of the person. Bitmoji does that with its sticker templates. The app offers various phrases, positions, and Bitmoji expressions, many of them popular texting phrases or memes. There's the "All the Single Ladies" template, for example, in which your Bitmoji, dressed in a black leotard, does the signature Beyoncé strut. The library has tons of different options for different emotions and statements. "It gives you different ways of saying things," explains Blackstock. "How you use it becomes a reflection of your personality. We really try to put a lot of love and attention into every single one of these sticker templates to make them evoke a feeling as well as they can."

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Dropbox Is Testing An Online Note-Taking Service With “Project Composer”

It appears that Dropbox is bringing back HackPad, the collaborative documents service the company acquired a year ago . The Y Combinator-backed startup had grown to become a popular tool for taking quick notes at conferences, events, as well as in the classroom, due to its simple design, ease of use, and real-time nature. Now, a service called Composer , which looks remarkably like HackPad, has appeared.

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How To Make A Secret Phone Call

The approach is "very passive" says Wallen. For example, "Posting an image to Twitter is a very common thing to do, [and] it’s also very common for image names to have random numbers and letters as a file name," he says. "So, if I’ve prearranged an account where I’m going to post an encrypted message, and that message comes in the form of a 'random' filename, someone can see that image posted to a public Twitter account, and write down the filename—to decrypt by hand—without ever actually loading the image. Access that Twitter account from Tor, from a public Internet network, and there’s hardly any trace that an interaction even happened."

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