How publishers will survive Facebooks newsfeed change

Michael Rucker Contributor But this leaves media professionals that have increasingly leveraged Facebook for content distribution and monetization in a pickle. Publishers in particular are seriously worried. But should they be? Publishing in the age of social media   Facebook’s user base is formidable. With ~2B worldwide monthly active users,

Chile Creates Five New Massive National Parks Protecting Over 10 Million Acres Of Land

Chile has officially created five new breathtakingly beautiful national parks, and expanded the boundaries of another two, protecting huge swaths of remote and rugged Patagonia. The designation is largely down to the tireless efforts of US philanthropists Doug Tompkins and Kristine McDivitt Tompkins, who have donated the largest amount of

The State Of The Union Drinking Game To Help You Through The Night

As we’ve seen over the course of the last year, Trump is a bit of an, uh, unconventional president, so there’s a chance he gives an unconventional address. And that certainly makes creating a State of the Union drinking game more interesting. But we’re up to the challenge if you are. Take

Do Not Allow Fear To Prevent You From Loving Again

Joanna Nix One of my least favorite feelings in the world is vulnerability. The feeling that you get after you tell someone you love them for the first time, waiting in the coffee shop line alone, or saying no to somebody. These are simple things that scare me, things that

Uber steps up to fight human trafficking

Uber has partnered with Polaris, which aims to fight human trafficking at the global level, to empower its drivers to combat this form of modern-day slavery. Worldwide, there are an estimated 20.9 million victims of human trafficking, according to the International Labour Organization. The partnership will help educate Uber drivers about

Man Dies After Being Sucked Into An MRI Machine

An unfortunate series of events involving a magnetic resonance imaging (MRI) machine has led to the death of a man at a hospital in India. Rajesh Maruti Maru, a 32-year-old, was thrust into the MRI machine on Saturday while he was visiting an elderly relative at the BYL Nair Charitable

Proposal for Federal Wireless Network Shows Fear of China

The interstate highway system wasn't built in the name of convenience or even commerce. When President Dwight D. Eisenhower signed the Federal Aid Highway Act of 1956, he did it in the name of national security. In fact, the official name of the system is the Dwight D. Eisenhower National

Pennsylvania car wash shooting leaves 5 dead, police say

Video Five killed in shooting at Pennsylvania car wash A motive for the shooting remains under investigation. Five people were killed after a shooting at a Pennsylvania car wash early Sunday morning that family members said stemmed from a domestic dispute.   Pennsylvania State Police Trooper B station told Fox News