Christopher Johnson

Christopher Johnson

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The humor site has survived it all: new owners, layoffs, a culture war. Now a worker-owned cooperative, it needs to update its voice—and bring home the bacon.
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Nintendo Switch deals are returning, and just in time for Amazon Prime Day no less - here's where you can find stock this weekend.
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The robo-taxi service operated by Waymo will be made more widely available, allowing a greater number of people to try the driverless ridesharing experience.
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Tighter metrics has sped up The Telegraph's subscriptions strategy which is the primary goal. The post ‘Demonstrate how attention metrics drive long-term outcomes’: How The Telegraph proves its ads work appeared first on Digiday.
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(Osaka University) Researchers from Osaka University processed silk fibers into a versatile component of bioink for 3D cell printing technology. Printed objects retain their shape better than those produced without the silk additive, and the cells are not further damaged. This development will help advance regenerative medicine and drug discovery, and potentially reinvigorate the silk industry.
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Now you can see the Slack logo on your desktop, your phone and your feet.
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Offshore electricity production target doable, says expert, but we need to decarbonise transport and heating too The UK government has committed to increasing offshore wind energy production from 30GW to 40GW by 2030 amid confusion over what it means for home power consumption.…
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He's also been charged with willful failure to file tax returns.
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Around this time last year, Venmo announced it planned to release a credit card. After that, the company went more or less silent about its credit card plans, but today Venmo finally broke that silence. Venmo is now rolling out its credit card to select customers in the US, and what might help it stand out from the crowd is … Continue reading
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A mom would do a better job maintaining order — and would ask the questions that matter most to American families.
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Bank Zero has officially gone live with its zero-feee banking offering for a select group of customers
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Illustration: Alex Castro / The Verge Google is banning advertisers from running ads related to the election after Election Day. In an email to advertisers, the company said the change is due to the “unprecedented” number of votes that will be counted after November 3rd, as reported by Axios. While the winner of the US presidential election is often announced on election night, this year the process is expected to take longer as more people are voting by mail due to the pandemic. That window could give the political campaigns of Donald Trump or Joe Biden a chance to run ads prematurely claiming victory and spreading confusion about the results. To limit misinformation about the outcome of the vote, Facebook recently announced it will block ads from political campaigns that... Continue reading…
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