Underscoring the power of timely and positive social media imagesFollowing the recent events in Charlottesville, Va., former President shared a series of three anti-hate tweets quotingThe first tweet contained a picture of the former president looking into a window at children of multiple races.Posted on August 12, this frst tweet in the series has quickly become the most liked tweet of all time, with over 3.3 million likes, as of this writing.The second and third tweets in the series currently have 1.3 million and 1.1 million likes, respectively.While the first tweet likely resonated with Twitter users due to the recent events in Charlottesville, the former president’s tweet also shows the power of timely and positive images on social media.
A tweet sent by former US President Barack Obama last week just became the most-liked in Twitter’s history."No one is born hating another person because of the color of his skin or his background or his religion…" pic.twitter.com/InZ58zkoAm— Barack Obama (@BarackObama) August 13, 2017The tweet was made in response to the tragic events in Charlottesville, Virginia, which left three people dead.It shows a picture of Obama greeting several children of different ethnicities, along with a quote (the first in a series of three) from Nelson Mandela’s biography.At the time of writing, it’s received over 3.4 million likes.
Barack Obama’s message in the wake of white nationalist rally in Charlottesville, in which he quoted Nelson Mandela and shared a touching image of himself with children of different races, has become the most liked tweet ever on the history of the social network.The picture may have only been posted a few days ago, after Saturday’s rally erupted into violence and resulted in the death of protestor Heather Heyer, but it rapidly reached the top of the Twitter charts - no doubt because of how much it contrasted with the current president’s reaction.These are the most popular tweets in terms of likes that Obama’s now sits alongside:“No one is born hating another person because of the color of his skin or his background or his religion...” pic.twitter.com/InZ58zkoAm— Barack Obama (@BarackObama) August 13, 2017The guy who campaigned to win a ridiculous amount of chicken nuggets
Following the hatred and violence last week in Charlottesville, former president Barack Obama took to Twitter to spread his message of hope and kindness.While the statement was brief, it resonated around the globe with those who were appalled by the message of hatred and intolerance spread at the rally.The accompanying photo is simple; Mr. Obama smiling at four young children of different backgrounds with a suit jacked slung over his shoulder."No one is born hating another person because of the color of his skin or his background or his religion..." pic.twitter.com/InZ58zkoAm— Barack Obama (@BarackObama) August 13, 2017Late Tuesday evening Twitter then announced that the tweet is now the most liked in history after surpassing a tweet from singer Ariana Grande earlier this year following the horrible bombing at one of her concerts in Manchester that killed 22 people, including some children.
Tourists take pictures of a NASA sign at the Kennedy Space Center visitors complex in Cape Canaveral, Florida April 14, 2010.President Barack Obama will outline a revamped space policy on Thursday aimed at speeding development of a new heavy-lift rocket, increasing the number of human spaceflight missions, creating 2,500 new jobs and ultimately voyaging to Mars.REUTERS/Carlos Barria (UNITED STATES - Tags: POLITICS SCI TECH) - RTR2CTIKBack in the optimistic early days of space exploration, everyone thought it was a great idea to offer aliens a chart telling them how to find Planet Earth.But now the man who sent four maps into deep space fears this decision could prove to be disastrous.Frank Drake, an American astronomer and famed alien hunter, worked with Nasa to design maps which were placed inside Pioneer 10 and 11 as well as Voyager 1 and Voyager 2 probes.
Former President Barack Obama tweeted a picture and a quote in response to the violence in Charlottesville, Virginia, this weekend , and he has gotten a record-setting amount of engagement from Twitter users.The first of his series of threaded tweets has accumulated about 2.8 million “likes,” making it the most approved of tweet of all time."No one is born hating another person because of the color of his skin or his background or his religion..." pic.twitter.com/InZ58zkoAm— Barack Obama (@BarackObama) August 13, 2017Citing Nelson Mandela, Obama wrote, “No one is born hating another person because of the colour of his skin or his background or his religion ... People must learn to hate, and if they can learn to hate, they can be taught to love ... For love comes more naturally to the human heart than its opposite.”The former record-holder is a tweet from pop star Ariana Grande telling fans that she was “broken” after a bombing of her concert in Manchester killed at least 22 people, including some children.
It turns out Barack Obama still resonates with the masses.A tweet from the former US president has become the second most liked in Twitter history, according to Twitter.On Tuesday, it reached 2.5 million likes.His Saturday tweet, which quotes the late South African President Nelson Mandela, followed white supremacist violence in Charlottesville, Virginia."No one is born hating another person because of the color of his skin or his background or his religion," reads the tweet, posted along with a photo of Obama looking up to a window of children of different ethnicities and races.Obama's tweet has now surpassed talk-show host Ellen DeGeneres' 2014 Oscars selfie tweet, which is now No.
president Barack Obama, the finance minister worked with Jack Lew, global economic risks have not gone away anywhere.obama's advisor the previous during the financial crisis acted as Lew warns of regulatory reduction."We should not disarm ourselves of weapons in a situation where we have reached dry from the previous financial crisis, but there is still considerable economic risks," Lew said.the Current tighter regulation Lew did not miss."I don't think we should do it more, you need to."the current regulation is, therefore, Lewin thinks sufficient, if you look at the recent financial crisis causes.
The first episode's opening six minutes might be enough to convince you to move forward with an Apple Music subscription.The first episode of Carpool Karaoke: The Series was released today on Apple Music, featuring Will Smith and James Corden.And to tease those who have not yet subscribed to the streaming service, Apple released the first six minutes of the action-packed segment on YouTube.Shake the Room, and the Fresh Prince of Bel Air theme song, singing with a marching band, and even up in the air in a plane, the teaser video provides a deeper look at some of the conversations that were had in the vehicle.The pair talk about Smith’s rise to fame, including the musician and actor having a hit song on the radio, Girls Ain’t Nothing But Trouble, during his final 30 days of high school.They also hint at Smith’s regrets about his widely panned 1999 film Wild Wild West, his appreciation for pineapple on pizza, and one of his favorite phrases, “Oh, hell no!” Also broached was whether or not Smith would consider, or has been asked to consider, playing former President Barack Obama in a movie.
Osmotic Studios is taking on the subject of fake news in its realistic portrayal of a surveillance society in the new game Orwell: Ignorance is Strength, the second season of the indie thriller series Orwell.From publisher Surprise Attack Games and a three-person design team, Orwell’s second season is coming soon for the PC, Mac, and Linux.The announcement trailer shows politicians — Donald Trump, Barack Obama, Benjamin Netanyahu and others — addressing the notion of fake news, manufactured for social media echo chambers.The original debuted as an episodic series in October, and it won a lot of acclaim.It is a simulation game with blocky art style.The player assumes the role of a state operative and monitors surveillance sources to get to the bottom of a bombing.
Employees at the U.S. department of agriculture has been asked to not use the word ”climate change” – but rather talk about ”extreme weather”.Recently, president Donald Trump klimatförnekaren Sam Clovis to the director of research at the department.the Call to avoid the word climate change came already in February of this year, in an e-mail from the head of the markhälsa Bianca Moebius-Clune, writes The newspaper The Guardian who has taken part of the e-postväxlingen.the Email should have contained lists of words which should be avoided by the employees and suggestions on what they should be replaced with.For example, expressions like ”adaptation to climate change” cannot be used, instead, the man from the ministry's side talk about resistance to the ”extreme weather”.That the president of the Donald Trumps of the handlebar has a more klimatskeptisk setting than the representative Barack Obama is well known.
Malia Obama recently lost her iPhone, and her quest to have it replaced didn't go as smoothly as it could have."Malia came into the Apple Store to get her iPhone replaced, but things didn't go exactly" as planned, a witness at the Chicago store told the New York Post."The Apple Store couldn't immediately help her because she didn't have the Apple ID or the password for the missing phone, since the White House set it up."Malia was in Chicago for the Lollapalooza music festival.Many iPhone users can relate to the annoyance of forgetting their Apple ID and password.That frustration is often amplified by entering the incorrect password too many times, which leads to getting locked out of your account.
Us president Donald Trump direction on Friday at his country club in New Jersey 17-day vacation.Trump holiday has a duration almost double as a holiday, which president Barack Obama first year in office in August, told the Washington Post.Trump is also supposed to anyway, a lot of holidays.Before August Trump has made 11 short holiday trips personal own Palm Beach and New Jersey.the Washington Post, according to calculations by the end of August Trump is spent wholly or partly in 53 days on the free president.Obama spent only 15 vacation days by the end of August in 2009 in his first season.
and his wife Precilla Chan have tapped the former chief strategist for presidential candidate Hillary Clinton to aid their foundation, according to Politico.Joel Benenson will conduct research for the Chan Zuckerberg Initiative, the foundation that the couple set up for their philanthropic projects.The two have vowed to give away virtually all of their fortune through the initiative.Benenson is a former Democratic pollster who advised both Clinton and President Barack Obama.He's the latest in a string of hires from the political world, including David Plouffe, who ran Obama's campaign in 2008.The move fuels speculation that Zuckerberg is aiming to get into politics, even though he has said he has no interest.
Facebook CEO Mark Zuckerberg and his wife, Dr. Priscilla Chan, have been adding more political muscle to their philanthropic organization, fueling rumors that the tech mogul could be eyeing a presidential bid in 2020.Joel Benenson, a Democratic pollster who formerly worked as a top adviser to President Barack Obama and the chief strategist for Hillary Clinton’s presidential campaign, will help advise the organization, Politico reported, citing a person familiar with the hire.His company, Benenson Strategy Group, will be doing research for the Chan Zuckerberg Initiative, which mission is “advancing human potential and promoting equality.”Get tech news in your inbox weekday mornings.Sign up for the free Good Morning Silicon Valley newsletter.When asked about the hire, a CZI spokesperson told SiliconBeat in a statement:
Facebook CEO Mark Zuckerberg and his wife, Priscilla Chan, hired a Democratic pollster and former top advisor to President Barack Obama as a consultant, according to a report from Politico.The report, citing a person familiar with the matter, said Joel Benenson and his company, Benenson Strategy Group, will conduct research for the couple’s philanthropy — the Chan Zuckerberg Initiative.Hiring Benenson is the latest sign that Zuckerberg and Chan are pushing their philanthropic work more heavily into the political and policy world, according to Politico.The report pointed out that the couple previously hired Obama’s 2008 presidential campaign manager David Plouffe and brought on Amy Dudley, who was a former communications advisor to Democratic senator Tim Kaine .There has been public speculation that Zuckerberg could be aiming to one day enter politics, or even run for U.S. president.Most recently, Benenson was the chief strategist to Hillary Clinton’s unsuccessful 2016 presidential campaign.
Andrea Hanks/Official White House Photothe president, Donald Trump had the second half of July Usa girl scouts of the national scout camp in West Virginia speech, which has attracted äimistelyä arrears.He ended his speech to talk to, for example, democrats Hillary Clinton and the country's former president Barack Obama.Trump annealing also surprising election victory, and condemned the very often mentioned "fake news".Trump later told the Wall Street Journal reporters, the girl scouts of the manager even called and thank who that it was "the best they will never been considered speech".the WSJ's reporter again had the interview situation, said that Trump scouts of the speech obtained by the reaction you were actually "mixed".
After a presidential campaign ends–particularly if it ends badly—the campaign’s once-innovative tools to target voters tend to collect dust along with unused boxes of buttons and bumper stickers.Unlike the campaign tchotchke, however, those data analytics and targeting tools could actually be useful to future national and state campaigns.On Wednesday, Higher Ground is disclosing investments totaling nearly $1.5 million in 10 startups and enrolling them in a five-month accelerator program, during which they’ll work with mentors from the political-tech space to build their businesses.So people have had a hard time getting off the ground,” says Betsy Hoover, a co-founder of Higher Ground, who worked for both Obama presidential campaigns in online and field organizing.The companies receiving funding include Qriously, which uses programmatic online ads instead of phone calls to gauge public opinion, Victory Guide, a so-called “digital campaign manager” that gives local candidates a day-by-day agenda of campaign goals, and Tuesday Strategies, which helps volunteers send personalized text messages to friends the campaign wants to reach.Tuesday Strategies grew out of Hillary Clinton’s 2016 field organizing efforts in Michigan.
Three VPN providers confirmed removal, and Apple provided a statement that said that regulations put in place in January were the cause.Last January, China began to more strictly enforce existing regulations that require internet services to obtain licenses.During Apple’s earnings call on Tuesday, CEO Tim Cook said that not all VPN apps were removed in China.China opposes the unrestricted access by its citizens and other residents of the global internet, blocking many key services and technologies like Facebook, Google search, and Twitter.The restrictions are wholesale: people looking for information about Taylor Swift have just as many restrictions as those trying to find out about the banned Qi Gong religious sect.In the United States, Apple clashed with the FBI under Barack Obama, and faces a fierce critic of an internet with no regulations on speech in Donald Trump, though so far the president and his agencies have taken no new actions.
Lyft is adding some political power to its board of directors.The ride-hailing company said Monday that Valerie Jarrett, formerly a senior advisor to President Barack Obama, is joining its board.The appointment marks the latest move by a DC insider to a Silicon Valley company."Valerie is one of our country's foremost leaders and a distinguished public servant, and a natural fit for our board," Lyft CEO Logan Green said in a statement.Among others, Condoleezza Rice, former secretary of state for George W. Bush, sits on Dropbox's board, while former Vice President Al Gore is on Apple's board.Uber, Lyft's main rival, has also looked to the Obama White House for staff.