With the second quarter winding down during Game 3 of the Eastern Conference Finals on Saturday night, the Cleveland Cavaliers’ Tristan Thompson and the Toronto Raptors’ Bismack Biyombo started to scuffle mid-court.
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LET’S SAY A friend texts you a 360-degree 3D photo of the new kombucha brewery in his basement. This is one of those self-consciously tech-savvy hipster friends who uses all the latest smartphone apps. And well, you don’t. You don’t have that 360-degree 3D photo app, and frankly, you don’t really feel like downloading The way apps work now, you’d just have to give up on seeing that basement panorama in all its glory. But Google wants to change that. It wants to give you a way to view that photo from inside the app without ever having to download the app at all.
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The idea of quality content has been around since 2011 when Google’s Panda Update first hit and sites with bad content were sent to the basement of search engine results. Since then, content providers have had to be on their toes to ensure that everything they create and post is high quality. But what, exactly, does that mean? If you are worried about your content falling short, this five-point checklist will put your mind at ease.
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It is freaking me out to realize that since I started interviewing people for jobs in 1980, I’ve been interviewing job-seekers for thirty-six years. Since I was twenty years old and a fledgling supervisor in a tiny company in 1980, I didn’t get any training before I was thrown into my first job interview.
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In 2009, malware called “Skimer” surfaced and security firms took notice. Skimer is essentially malware that gives hackers full access to an ATM without needing to install any physical hardware, like a card skimmer. According to a new investigation by Kaspersky Lab, the malware is not only seems in use, but it’s also become more powerful.
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In a new interview with the Sunday Times in the U.K., renowned actor Elijah Wood revealed that there’s a major problem of child abuse running throughout Hollywood. The Lord of the Rings star didn’t give too many specific examples, but said, “There are a lot of vipers in this industry, people who only have their own interests in mind.” He then added, “There is a darkness in the underbelly. If you can imagine it, it’s probably happened.”
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Florida is home to a variety of both alligators and crocodiles, and in the states alligators are considered the more ferocious of the two. This isn’t the case everywhere in the world, however. Nile crocodiles have a considerably fiercer reputation than their American cousins.
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