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Either way, rooting politics out of the news feed is itself a political move.
While cable or satellite feeds could always go out, an internet outage feels more common, and some sort of technical issue can feel almost inevitable.
She recalls posting a pattern for homemade masks in her community’s feed, at the start of the pandemic in March, only to receive a slew of angry comments in response.
HOW THE COVID-19 PANDEMIC BROKE NEXTDOORREBECCA HEILWEILFEBRUARY 9, 2021VOX
The following are some of the best cuts from the full interview, which you can find on the show’s podcast feed.
WHEN MADISON CAWTHORN FELT ‘INVISIBLE’EUGENE ROBINSONFEBRUARY 9, 2021OZY
A number of studies suggest that the more time we spend scrolling through social feeds without actively engaging, the more likely we are to experience depression and other negative effects of comparing ourselves to others.
The price of your product should be consistent throughout the checkout process, not just between the product feed and your landing page.
For its latest production, a modern adaptation of William Shakespeare’s Romeo and Juliet, the cast of 15 actors are spread across two theaters, with live action supplemented with a live video feed of both stages.
Facebook announced today that it will begin testing news feed topic exclusions for advertisers this year.
Below are the best cuts from their full conversation, which you can find on the show’s podcast feed.
Beyond the disruption to China’s $82 billion meat market, there’s also the fact that 60% of soy grown across the world is currently shipped to China, mainly for animal feed.

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