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SpaceX is going dark.


SpaceX is taking a cue from Hollywood superhero movies and going dark.

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Comedians know a lot about mental health, or lack thereof. Tig Notaro, Neal Brennan, Michelle Buteau, and Jeffrey Ross took the stage at Comedy Central’s Clusterfest to talk about it over the weekend.


“How are you doing?” comic and scene-stealer Michelle Buteau asked Neal Brennan.

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LinkedIn has officially announced the rollout of Objective Based Advertising (OBA), reconfiguring its Campaign Manager to keep advertisers' objectives at the forefront.



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A fashion brand called Fuct argued that a century-old ban on “immoral or scandalous” trademarks violates free speech. SCOTUS agreed.


The Supreme Court ruled on Monday in favor of fashion brand Fuct, saying a 1905 law that banned “immoral or scandalous” trademarks is unconstitutional.

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Automated verification service SheerID has announced that its instant student verification is available in 191 countries, beating their competitors to offer that automation on such a wide scale.



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CEO and founder of online form builder JotForm argues that brands don’t need to align themselves with a social purpose to be an ethical business.



 



In April 2017, Pepsi released a two-and-half-minute commercial featuring a vague street protest complete with music, dancing, and nondescript signs like “join the conversation.” As the ad reaches its peak, Kendall Jenner abandons a modeling gig to join in—and magically deflates tensions between police and protestors by cracking a can of Pepsi and handing it to a cop.



 



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Comparably’s ranking of the top 10 CEOs for women as rated by their employees finally includes two female leaders.


Female workers at more than 50,000 companies across the United States have spoken. Their anonymous reviews on Comparably ranked 50 CEOs as the best overall leaders.

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YouTube has a reputation for feeding kids inappropriate videos. A digital literacy program from parent company Google hopes to combat it by teaching kids to spot and report it.




The internet can be a disturbing, destructive place, especially for children. In just a few clicks, kids can find explicit images, racist and sexist comments, or crazy conspiracy theories; they can become the targets of sexual predators pretending to be friends; and people they know can use the internet to bully them. That’s why in 2017, Google launched an internet literacy program call

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ed Be Internet Awesome that aims to teach kids ages 7 to 11 about how to stay safe and secure online.

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How going to the Moon became the all-purpose yardstick not for accomplishment but for failure on Earth.


This is the 24th in an exclusive series of 50 articles, one published each day until July 20, exploring the 50th anniversary of the first-ever Moon landing. You can check out 50 Days to the Moon here every day. 

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A guide for cord cutters who want to watch the BET Awards and red carpet on their phones, computers, or smart TVs.


Hollywood will light up with the best and brightest talent tonight for the 2019 BET Awards, which honor achievements in acting, music, sports, and more. This year’s awards ceremony will feature performances by Meek Mill, Fantasia, DaBaby, Jeremih, Kirk Franklin, Erica Campbell, and Kelly Price, among others, and it will include a special tribute performance to rapper Nipsey Hussle, who passed away in March. Cardi B leads the list of nominees this year.

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Why don’t we remember it that way?


This is the 23rd in an exclusive series of 50 articles, one published each day until July 20, exploring the 50th anniversary of the first-ever Moon landing. You can check out 50 Days to the Moon here every day. 

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Slack’s culture kills distraction by building psychological safety, telling employees to go home, and using lots and lots of emoji.


If there’s one technology that embodies the unreasonable demands of the always-on work culture that pervades so many companies today, it’s Slack. The group-chat app can make users feel tethered to their devices, often at the expense of doing more important tasks.

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Positive psychology researcher Michelle Gielan has studied optimism and success for more than a decade, and she has found that those with an optimistic outlook are better equipped to deal with stress.


There are nights I’m sure I’m asleep before my head hits the pillow. As a working mother, I remember writing my book with my first baby crawling around the floor of our home office. These days, I comanage both our business and home with my husband, while continually striving to be present with our young son and daughter each day. I’m sure many of you relate al

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Civilian aircraft may be at risk while flying over the Persian Gulf.



 



As tensions between the Trump administration and Iran increase, the Federal Aviation Administration has issued an emergency order barring U.S.-based airlines from flying over some airspace controlled by Iran. The FAA’s order comes after a U.S. drone was reportedly shot down by Iran, and in the wake of reports that President Trump ordered a military strike against Iran on Thursday, only to change his mind after the planes were already in the air.



 



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Barely half the world has confidence in the nonprofits working in their country.


Whether it’s delivering vaccines, providing disaster relief, or creating educational opportunities in communities that need them the most, the role of a charity is traditionally to step up and help people when the government can’t. But that doesn’t mean people totally trust the groups doing it.

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Apple warns of fire safety risks in some 15-inch MacBooks sold from September 2015 to February 2017.


If you bought a 15-inch MacBook Pro a few years ago, it could be a fire hazard. Apple has issued a recall for “a limited number” of laptops sold between September 2015 and February 2017 due to overheating batteries and is offering free battery replacements for affected customers.

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‘In the Dark’ listeners may be thrilled by this news.


If you listened to the second season of American Public Media’s In the Dark and are a thinking person with a functioning soul, you were undoubtedly appalled at the treatment of Curtis Flowers by the Mississippi legal system. It turns out, the U.S. Supreme Court agrees, announcing today that it is reversing Flowers’s murder conviction and throwing out his death sentence. Again.

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Forky, the handmade spork doll in ‘Toy Story 4,’ is being mass-produced as toys IRL, undercutting the film’s message about the magic of childhood DIY crafts. So I made my own Forky.


It’s been said that Toy Story is responsible for bolstering sales of classic toys featured in the films. Mr. Potato Head sales leaped 800%. Etch A Sketch devices skyrocketed by 4,500%. Even toys original to the franchise like Woody and Buzz Lightyear have become regulars on toy shelves across the world, all contributing to Disney’s growing &

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#x201C;Parks, Experiences, and Consumer Products” revenue, which grew 5% year-over-year in Disney’s last quarter, to $6.2 billion.

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See the world’s temperature shoot up, in a sea of red.


Since the beginning of the Industrial Revolution, the average global temperature has risen about one degree Celsius, a number that might sound small, but is in fact enormous: The last time the Earth was this hot—around 120,000 years ago—a large part of Florida was underwater and hippos lived in parts of Europe. The changing temperature is usually illustrated with a basic hockey stick-shaped graph. But one climate scientist designed a more visual graphic, with stripes turning from blue to red to show the

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increasing temperature for each year from 1850 to 2018.

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Preparing for your absence from work shouldn’t have to be stressful.


The benefits of paid leave—for employers and employees alike—are well-documented, but even if your employer has a generous leave policy, it’s not always easy to take advantage of it.

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“It’s a good, common sense campaign,” Mayor Giuseppe Sala says of his plan to plant trees around the city.


Soon, there will be more trees than people in the city of Milan. Mayor Giuseppe “Beppe” Sala has embarked on an ambitious plan to plant 3 million trees in the Italian city—population 1.3 million—better known for industry than natural wonders.

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Neither NASA nor the Apollo 11 astronauts knew exactly where they were when they landed on the Moon. Yet it didn’t impede the mission.


This is the 22nd in an exclusive series of 50 articles, one published each day until July 20, exploring the 50th anniversary of the first-ever Moon landing. You can check out 50 Days to the Moon here every day. 

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“I Think You Should Leave with Tim Robinson” has inspired one of the most irrepressible memes of 2019. Here’s why you keep seeing this guy all over Twitter.


Have you seen this man? You must have by now.

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Innovation comes to Krispy Kreme, and you can taste it for yourself.


Four weeks from now, we will commemorate the 50th anniversary of the Apollo 11 spaceship landing on the Moon, but Krispy Kreme is getting an early start on the celebrations. The doughnut chain is introducing Original Filled Doughnuts, which means that the brand’s Original Glazed doughnuts will for the first time be filled with “kreme.” Innovation!

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At the Cannes Lions conference, Colombia president Iván Duque spoke at a session called “The Orange Economy: How Ideas Are The New Oil.”



 



A year ago this week, Iván Duque was elected President of Colombia in a hard-fought, highly divisive election. Duque won as a candidate for the right-wing Democratic Center party. A protégé of former president Álvaro Uribe, who held office from 2002 to 2010, Duque is known primarily for fighting against the country’s main rebel group and drug traffickers.



 

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To forget is human. But the good news is that your phone and computer are really good at helping you remember stuff.


None of us are getting any younger, mostly because time moves only forward. It’s pesky that way. And, as such, what was once tack-sharp memory slowly but surely dulls as the years march onward.

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Writer E. Jean Carroll recounts the experience in a new book.


Donald Trump has been accused of sexual misconduct by at least 21 women in the past, and he’s even openly admitted his tactic of grabbing women by their genitalia without consent. Now, our sitting president has been accused of his 22nd assault, the rape of famed advice columnist E. Jean Carroll.

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Beware, there’s dangerous cheesiness ahead.


“What this delicious Cheeto needs is a quarter pound or so of southern-spiced chicken breast inside it!” said no one ever. But alas, on July 1, KFC will be releasing a limited edition KFC Cheetos Chicken sandwich. It’s a fried chicken sandwich, drenched in Cheeto sauce (what, no dust?!?)–all of which sits upon a layer of crunchy Cheetos and a mayo-basted bun. Supposedly it’s good.

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We’ve all heard it, time and time again: video is the new king. It’s the best performing form of online content. And in just a few short years, almost all online traffic will go to videos. Is it a fad? […]
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