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This year has marked a new wave of organizing among tech workers.
It’s a beach break, so the sand is constantly shifting and changing the way the wave breaks.
Influencer marketing is witnessing Micro-influencers making waves.
He suggested gravitational waves might be a good way to study the sun’s massive eddies.
To keep the old one going, Newton will have to jump-start a mediocre offense, and Belichick will have to ride out an unprecedented wave of defensive defections.
NEWTON CAN REPLACE BRADY, BUT CAN THE PATS REPLACE HALF OF THEIR DEFENSE?NEIL PAINE (NEIL.PAINE@FIVETHIRTYEIGHT.COM)SEPTEMBER 3, 2020FIVETHIRTYEIGHT
Numerous Robinhood customers on Twitter cited delays arising from their attempts to purchase shares of Tesla and Apple, which respectively carried out 5-1 and 4-1 stock splits on Monday that led to a wave of purchases.
This record was but one extreme in a long heat wave that triggered wildfires and melting permafrost across Siberia.
The Civic Alliance is leading all corporate partnerships for Power the Polls in a national effort to enlist a new wave of poll workers.
Doing so could lead to better results than applying through online application hubs as recruiters and HR departments are being flooded with a tidal wave of candidates and job applications right now, according to ad recruiter Christie Cordes.
Spotify has yet to get there, even though they did port over a bunch of Covid-19 podcasts in the initial wave, some of which were rife misinformation distributors.

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