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2022-06-24 19:03:08| digg

Robin Hood the Australian shepherd and Teddy the Andalusian horse have the most wholesome interspecies relationship.

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2022-06-24 18:51:19| digg

In "Marcel the Shell with Shoes On", the eponymous character learns what internet fame can do.

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2022-06-24 18:22:25| digg

The nearest abortion clinic to Salt Lake City is more than 300 miles away. For people in other cities where a ban will go into effect, the distance is much farther.

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2022-06-24 18:21:19| digg

We are entering an era not just of unsafe abortions but of the widespread criminalization of pregnancy.

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2022-06-24 18:20:13| digg

Trigger bans, pre-Roe restrictions and fetal heartbeat laws will automatically activate in 22 states now that the Supreme Court has overruled Roe v. Wade.

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2022-06-24 17:51:41| digg

It appears Austin Butler had this whole Elvis thing figured out way back in 2019.

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2022-06-24 17:32:39| Engadget

Juul has asked a federal appeals court to temporarily block a Food and Drug Administration ban on sales of its vaping products in the US. The agency issued the order on Thursday, citing a lack of sufficient evidence provided by the company to show its devices are safe. The FDA acknowledged that it wasn't aware of "an immediate hazard" linked to Juul's vape pen or pods.FDAs decision is arbitrary and capricious and lacks substantial evidence, Juul said in a filing with the US Court of Appeals for the DC Circuit, according to The Wall Street Journal. The company called the ban extraordinary and unlawful. It requested an administrative stay until it can file a motion for an emergency review of the FDAs order.Juul claimed that, without the stay, it would suffer significant and irreparable harm. The company makes the lion's share of its revenue in the US. If the stay is granted, Juul and retailers will be able to keep selling its products there. The company argued in the filing that the order marked a move away from the FDA's typical practices, which allow for a transition period. "We respectfully disagree with the FDAs findings and decision and continue to believe we have provided sufficient information and data based on high-quality research to address all issues raised by the agency," Juul's chief regulatory officer Joe Murillo told Engadget after the FDA issued the order. "In our applications, which we submitted over two years ago, we believe that we appropriately characterized the toxicological profile of JUUL products, including comparisons to combustible cigarettes and other vapor products, and believe this data, along with the totality of the evidence, meets the statutory standard of being appropriate for the protection of the public health."Murillo said Juul was exploring all of its options in the wake of the ruling. Among those, according to the Journal, is a possible bankruptcy filing if the company is unable to secure a stay or successfully appeal the ban.In 2020, the FDA required makers of e-cigarettes to submit their products for review. It looked at the possible benefits of vaping as an alternative to cigarettes for adult smokers. It was weighing those up against concerns about the popularity of vaping among young people. The agency has authorized 23 "electronic nicotine delivery systems," including products from NJOY and Vuse parent Reynolds American.The FDA slammed Juul in 2019 for telling students that its products are "totally safe." The Federal Trade Commission and state attorney generals have investigated Juul over claims it marketed its vape pens to underage users. In the last year, the company has agreed to pay at least $87 million to settle lawsuits in several states including North Carolina, Washington state and Arizona which alleged that it targeted young people with its marketing. It has faced similar suits in other states.Update 6/24 12:51PM ET: Added a note about the possible bankruptcy filing.

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2022-06-24 17:30:34| Engadget

We may be a few weeks out from Amazon Prime Day, but early deals are already starting to roll in. If you're in need of a new smart TV, Amazon has discounted a bunch of Fire TVs and Prime members can pick up a 55-inch Omni Series set for only $300. Elsewhere, Apple's second-generation AirPods are back on sale for $100, Sony's new Linkbuds S received their first discount and Samsung's latest Discover sales event has slashed prices of appliances, wearables and storage gadgets. Here are the best tech deals from this week that you can still get today.AirPods (2nd gen)Chris Velazco / EngadgetThe second-generation AirPods are down to $100 right now, or 37 percent off their original price. While they don't have all the bells and whistles of the new, third-gen models, these are still decent earbuds that we liked for their improved wireless performance and good battery life.Buy AirPods (2nd gen) at Amazon - $100Mac Mini M1EngadgetApple's Mac Mini M1 has returned to a record-low price of $570. It's the most affordable M1 machine you can get and we like its sleek design and good array of ports.Buy Mac Mini M1 (256GB) at Amazon - $570Apple Watch SECherlynn Low / EngadgetThe 44mm blue Apple Watch SE has dropped to a new low of $209 at Walmart. This is a great deal on the already affordable smartwatch and we gave it a score of 88 for its solid performance, comfortable design and handy watchOS features.Buy Apple Watch SE (44mm, blue) at Walmart - $209MacBook Air M1Devindra Hardawar/EngadgetThe MacBook Air M1 is $100 off and down to $899. We gave the laptop a score of 94 for its blazing fast performance, excellent battery life and lack of fan noise.Buy MacBook Air M1 at Amazon - $899Amazon Fire TV salesAmazonDozens of Amazon Fire TVs are on sale ahead of Prime Day, including the new Omni Series sets. The Omni 4K smart TVs came out last September and they support HDR10, HLG and Dolby Digital Plus, and the larger TVs in the range also support Dolby Vision. Prime members can pick up the 55-inch model for only $300, while anyone can get up to 40 percent off the other sizes.Shop Amazon Fire TV salesSamsung Discover salesCherlynn Low / EngadgetSamsung's latest Discover sales event is ongoing through June 26th. Everything from appliances to smartphones to TVs have been discounted, and some of the best promotions include free storage upgrades on the Galaxy S22 Ultra and a free Galaxy S22 smartphone when you buy certain Samsung Neo QLED 8K smart TVs.Shop Samsung Discover dealsRazer Kishi controllerRazerRazer's Kishi controller for iOS devices is $45 off right now and down to a new low of $55. It's a good accessory to have if you like to play games on the go. It has a wired connection, which means lower latency than Bluetooth controllers, plus an ergonomic design and a USB-C port for passthrough charging.Buy Razer Kishi (iOS) at Amazon - $55Sony Linkbuds SSonySony's new Linkbuds S are 11 percent off and down to $178. This is their first real discount since launching earlier this year, and they have a small, IPX4 rated design, decent ANC and Auto Play support.Buy Sony Linkbuds S at Amazon - $178Crucial MX500 SSD (4TB)We've long been fans of Crucial's MX500 internal drive and now you can pick up the big one with 4TB of space for $320. That's 11 percent off and the best price we've seen. We like this drive for its standard design, solid read and write speeds and integrated power loss immunity feature.Buy Crucial MX500 (4TB) at Amazon - $320Samsung T7 SSD (1TB)SamsungSamsung's T7 SSD in 1TB is on sale for $115 right now, or only $5 more than its all-time-low price. We like this portable drive for its compact, shock-resistant body, fast read and write speeds and its multi-device compatibility.Buy Samsung T7 (1TB) at Amazon - $115Buy T7 SSD (1TB) at Samsung - $115Amazon Luna game controllerAmazonPrime members can get the Luna game controller for only $40, which is $10 cheaper than its previous all-time low. It's designed to be used with Prime Gaming and Amazon's cloud gaming service, which costs $10 per month, but you can use Bluetooth or USB to connect it to Windows, Mac and Android devices to play other titles, too.Buy Luna controller (Prime exclusive) at Amazon - $40Nintendo eShop Super SaleErik McLean on UnsplashThrough July 6th, you can get up to 60 percent off Nintendo Switch games if you buy them through the eShop. Some of the titles on sale include Super Mario Odyssey for $42, Skyrim for $30, Pikmin 3 Deluxe for $42 and Just Dance 2022 for $20.Shop Nintendo eShop Super SaleSteam Summer SaleEngadgetSteam's summer sale runs through July 7th and knocks up to 90 percent off titles. Some of the standout games you'll find in this sale include Hollow Knight, Forza Horizon 5, No Man's Sky and God of War.Shop Steam Summer SaleNew tech dealsArlo Pro 4 security camerasWellbots has knocked up to $90 off Arlo Pro 4 security camera bundles. You can get a three-camera kit for $550 with the code ARLO90, a two-camera bundle for $380 with the code ARLO70 or a one-camera set for $200 with the code ARLO25.Shop Arlo Pro 4 sets at WellbotsSony SRS-XB13 portable speakerSony's tiny SRS-XB13 is 20 percent off and down to only $48. Not only does it come in a bunch of fun colors, but this compact Bluetooth speaker also has a waterproof IP67 rated design, punchy bass and a 16-hour battery life.Buy Sony SRS-XB13 at Amazon - $48Kindle Paperwhite (2018)The previous edition of the Kindle Paperwhite is on sale for $70 right now, or nearly half off its normal price. We gave this model a score of 95 for its improved, waterproof design, higher-contrast display and Audible support.Buy Kindle Paperwhite (2018) at Amazon - $70Satechi summer saleSatechi's summer sale knocks up to 75 percent off accessories, so you can grab discounted docks, hubs, chargers and more for less through June 30th. Some standout deals include the iMac USB-C monitor stand and hub for $50 and the USB-C mobile pro hub for $30.Shop Satechi summer saleFollow @EngadgetDeals on Twitter and subscribe to the Engadget Deals newsletter for the latest tech deals and buying advice.

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2022-06-24 17:23:57| digg

"They're pieces of junk. Nobody bought them."

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2022-06-24 17:21:12| Adrants

The advantages social media can unlock for your business or career are to some extent limitless. That said their effectiveness as your purely customizable marketing tool depends solely on how you take advantage of the various platforms at your disposal. Have you ever considered using your top banner on LinkedIn or Facebook to promote yourself or your business? Your Banner, Your Future There are numerous guides on how to perfect social media advertising or how to increase your reach via social media, but many of these guides tend to ignore what visitors to your profile are going to see first: the banner. In that relatively small rectangular box, you can provide critical information about yourself or your business in one split-second impression. Taking advantage of that impression may determine whether the visitor reads on or not. In the rest of this article we will share some design pointers to take advantage of that second you have to make a good impression. Tools of the Trade There are several great online tools to help you create the best banner for your needs, one such great online tool can be found here at https://viewst.com/linkedin-background-banner/. That said if your business or career is in the architectural or building sectors including imagery of tools associated with your profession is one way to set the tone for your page easily. If you're a photographer depictions of a camera can be the perfect start to your introduction. Alternatively, an image of your workspace can perform a very similar task to winning the hearts and minds of visitors to your page. Flex Your Awards If you have received a prestigious award related to your profession why not show it on your banner? You worked hard to achieve that award and potential employees or clients are looking for hard workers, professionals, and those who can deliver. An award displayed discretely in the top corner can set you apart from your competition. Choose Text Wisely Your banner is certainly not the place for an essay, you simply don't have the space. This means that text must be chosen carefully. Use only a few words to get your desired message across. If you are giving information, make it appear prominent on the banner. Design is Important Along with the text you decide to use how that text looks is important. It must be able to be read so font size and color are important. Further framing your text in geometric shapes that contrast your font color can add visual interest and help direct visitors to critical information. Other design methodologies can be applied but try not to go too deep into the woods and create a work of art that no one can take information from. Conclusion As discussed above your banner on your chosen social media platform is of critical importance for creating the right first impression. A banner that matches the tone you want to portray will help potential clients or employees decide that you are the person they need. This decision could be made just on your banner along with other information only serving to reinforce their decision. First impressions have a number of cliches said about them but what all the cliches share in a message is how important they are and how hard it is to overcome a bad impression. Don't let your banner be the bad impression you need to recover from.

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