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It’s the fact that people have migrated to very few platforms because it makes sense to go where your friends and family are.
As rock, pop, country and other formats migrated to FM, AM stations faced an existential crisis.
Two generations after Van Gogh heralded the South’s clear light and brilliant colors, artists began to migrate after World War I to the “perched villages” of the Riviera’s hills above Nice.
Kling was 17 when she moved to Maryland, the first in her family to migrate to the United States.
Because the change is happening to both match types, there’s no need to migrate keywords and advertisers will get to keep their performance data.
Irish stew was Iowa’s Super Bowl food two years ago and now thick soup has migrated north to Alaska.
Analysts say the pandemic has only added to the company’s woes as sales migrate online.
They’ve created these huge communities that now can migrate to Telegram, in particular.
Reducing it to an instinct seems too simplistic, as does saying things like “the travel bug is encoded in our genes” — as if all of us feel identical urges to be on the move because many animals migrate, as did our human ancestors.
It can be “very painful to migrate data” with other services, Anderson says.

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