• Subway Coronavirus Precautions, Dinosaur DNA, and Twitter’s Fleets Feature | The Daily Show
    Articles,  Blog

    Subway Coronavirus Precautions, Dinosaur DNA, and Twitter’s Fleets Feature | The Daily Show

    The coronavirus. The disease is now officially in 85 countries, and it has over 95,000 confirmed cases. And it’s the reason even white people have switched to the fist bump. “And explode.” Now, here in New York, because the city is so crowded, the risk of coronavirus is especially dangerous. Because, you see, if corona can make it here, it can make it anywhere. (laughter) And that’s why city officials are taking action. NEWSWOMAN: The MTA stepping up its cleaning efforts to prevent the spread of the coronavirus on public transit. Workers are disinfecting 427 subway stations, wiping down the turnstiles, handrails and ticket vending machines daily. In addition to…

  • Amazing Stories — Official Trailer | Apple TV+
    Articles,  Blog

    Amazing Stories — Official Trailer | Apple TV+

    (Music) Woman passenger: Just how many of these things have you dealt with? Woman driver: More than most people feel comfortable knowing about. (Music) Woman passenger: And how many times have you failed? More times than most people would feel comfortable knowing about. (Music) Woman: What if it does these things for a reason? (Music) Maybe all this always happened. (Music) Man: Maybe you were always meant to come back with me. (Music) I gotta figure this out. I may have something. Great, buckle up. (Music) You’re a superhero, Grandpa! (Music) Cool. (Music) Man: That’s not a coincidence. (Music) You gotta do something big. (Music) I’ll see you on the…

  • How podcasts became so popular
    Articles,  Blog

    How podcasts became so popular

    – [Shaq] This is Shaq podcast. – [Ashley] In our new podcast. – [Anna] And we have a new podcast. – [Kara] Our very first podcast. – Influencers, celebrities, journalists, random friends of yours, everyone has a podcast. Spotify plans to spend $500 million on podcast related acquisitions this year alone. But why is this happening now? Podcasts have been around for over a decade. To understand what changed to make podcasts the phenomenon they are now, we have to, hold on. This is better. Okay, we have to look at the big picture. So yeah, podcasts came about because of Apple, iTunes and iPods. – Now we recently announced…

  • How to Turn Off Auto Update Facebook App Android
    Articles,  Blog

    How to Turn Off Auto Update Facebook App Android

    Hello everyone today I’m going to show you how to turn off the auto update feature in your Facebook app for Android the other day I did notice that my Facebook app was auto updating even though I have it turned off in my Google Play Store So the unfortunate part is you actually have to turn it off in the Facebook app as well so the first thing we’re gonna do is open up that Facebook app and We’re gonna be hitting this button here in the top right hand corner as three lines that’s the first button we’re gonna have to push and In that area we’re gonna…

  • Madonna Tweets Cryptic Photo of a Hand Cutting an Apple on Twitter | Billboard News
    Articles,  Blog

    Madonna Tweets Cryptic Photo of a Hand Cutting an Apple on Twitter | Billboard News

    ♪ L-U-V ♪ ♪ Madonna ♪ (upbeat music) – Madonna is in the kitchen. She’s in the studio. Or both. The queen of pop music sent fans into a frenzy tweeting this picture slicing an apple and saying, “A taste of things to come. #music #magic.” So what does it mean? Fans have been thirsty for new tracks and the comments have been excited and downright funny. One user asks, “So, your new album is called Slice the Apple?” With this user announcing his readiness and reminding us Madonna apparently loves apples. But an apple, hmm, maybe I should pray to the apple that the new music comes right away.…

  • Scott Galloway Says Amazon, Apple, Facebook, And Google should be broken up
    Articles,  Blog

    Scott Galloway Says Amazon, Apple, Facebook, And Google should be broken up

    – Without further ado, Professor Galloway. (upbeat music) – My name’s Scott Galloway, I teach at NYU, and I appreciate your time. I have 118 slides and 1800 seconds, 17 seconds per slide. So let’s light this candle. I have two presentations, one is five minutes, it’s a summary of the presentation I was gonna give, and then a 25 minute presentation on content, that I have never presented before. The reason I highlight that, it starts with my friend Henry Blodget has plausible deniability for what I’m about to say. This is the first and the last slide, everyone of my 6200 students has seen in the grand strategy…

  • This could change Facebook forever
    Articles,  Blog

    This could change Facebook forever

    – Last year, we found out that for the past three years, Facebook had been deleting the messages of Mark Zuckerberg and some other executives and in the controversy that followed, the company promised that it would then allow all of us to do exactly the same thing. Imagine my surprise this week, when Mark Zuckerberg announced that he was going to lean hard into privacy. It’s a lot of talk. It was 3,200 words in a blog post that Zuckerberg wrote. To understand what it all means, we’re going to have to look at the big picture. So what did Mark Zuckerberg actually say in his blog post? He…

  • How to shut down a website
    Articles,  Blog

    How to shut down a website

    – After the horrific shooting in El Paso, a small barely moderated forum became the center of attention. – 8chan. – After 8chan. – I mean it was on 8chan. – A site 8chan. – The killer posted a rambling essay on 8chan, laying out his hate fueled motives. And it wasn’t the first time this had happened either. Since it’s launch in 2013, 8chan has become known as a place where hate can thrive. Even it’s founder has said we’d be better off if the site just disappeared. And any company that works with 8chan is under pressure to kick it offline. But how do you take a site…

  • The Hunt for the Quietest Laptop Keyboard | WSJ
    Articles,  Blog

    The Hunt for the Quietest Laptop Keyboard | WSJ

    (tense music) (dramatic music) – My name is Matt Powell. I’m 29 and I’m a loud typer. I’ll be working and then, out of the blue, some random coworker will ping me this GIF of a cat just pounding away at a keyboard or another cat just playing the piano and I’m like, I get it. – There are times where I don’t know if it’s hailing outside or it’s Matt typing. – Yes, it’s a sad tale, but lucky for Matt, tech companies are silencing the keys. (upbeat music) Apple’s new 16 inch MacBook Pro has a quiet scissor-mechanism keyboard which aims to right all the wrongs of its…