"They sued me to silence me."
This is just abominable, not only what they’re doing to students actively, but then going the step further to try to silence the teachers watching out for them.
Quick stop just for some milk and some lavash.
W3C opens parts of its annual all-group meetings (TPAC) to public participation
Great that they’re opening up and are more welcoming to the public. This looks interesting and possibly worth attending a few. I really wish I had the time…
Arrived around 11:47 am. Picking up just a few things, but leaving with many more than I planned.
First eye exam since December 2015 apparently. My old doctor has retired, so I’m seeing Nicole Fuerst today. I’ve been having issues reading the smallest prints lately, but apparently my checkup says I’m fine though I got a prescription for some light reading glasses if I really want to get something.
Next check up in 1-2 years recommended.
The man learned a valuable lesson about removing street art from its original location.
A subtle power shift is emerging on Capitol Hill as Republicans face a possible future that might no longer include President Trump.
The dessert kingdom, television’s delectable oasis, must be saved
A hilarious, but honest set of development notes for the show.
The prank is one of the notable moments in the Sacha Baron Cohen sequel due out Friday.
I can’t wait to see this.
Bookstores across the Southland and the nation have long been challenged by a changing marketplace increasingly dominated by online giants such as Amazon, but the increased pressure placed upon local brick-and-mortar booksellers by the ongoing pandemic is pushing some to the brink of closure.
President Donald Trump tweeted about CBS News’ Lesley Stahl for a second day in a row Wednesday, posting photos of their “60 Minutes” interview with no caption or explanation. Trump posted three photos showing the chat he had with Stahl before he cut the interview short Tuesday and began tweet...
The warnings about Iran and Russia came less than two weeks before the election between President Donald Trump and former Vice President Joe Biden.
To improve transparency and contextualise our journalism accurately even off platform, we’ve introduced two specific changes
I’ve noticed how they highlight these changes in the past. Pretty cool that they’re working at creating this sort of additional context.
I wonder how they’re doing the portion for the images on the social media cards. Are they simply replacing them outright or doing it programatically somehow?