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Cut the cord

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Now is the time to fix the EU copyright directive

In the next few days, European legislators meet to decide on a final text of the European Copyright Directive. We continue to support updating copyright legislation for the digital age. With the right rules, content creators, right holders, consumers, and platforms all benefit. The draft text continues to generate debate—and we have shared our concerns about its unintended consequences. It’s clear that the details matter in crafting a workable system.

Let’s start with Article 13. The Parliament's version would hold internet services directly liable for any copyright infringement in the content that people share on their platforms. We stand by our conviction that the draft rules aren’t carefully balanced, and would harm the thriving creative economy in Europe, including YouTube’s creator community.

Companies that act reasonably in helping rights holders identify and control the use of their content shouldn’t be held liable for anything a user uploads, any more than a telephone company should be liable for the content of conversations. We are committed to protecting content, but we need rights holders to cooperate in that process. The final text should make it clear that rights holders need to provide reference files of content, and copyright notices with key information (like URLs), so that platforms can identify and remove infringing content.

Then there's Article 11. We reiterate our commitment to supporting high-quality journalism. However, the recent debate shows that there’s a fundamental misunderstanding of the value of headlines and snippets—very short previews of what someone will find when he or she clicks a link. Reducing the length of the snippets to just a few individual words or short extracts will make it harder for consumers to discover news content and reduce overall traffic to news publishers.

Let me illustrate this with an example. Every year, we run thousands of experiments in Search. We recently ran one in the EU to understand the impact of the proposed Article 11 if we could show only URLs, very short fragments of headlines, and no preview images. All versions of the experiment resulted in substantial traffic loss to news publishers.

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4 types of jokes

Quantity vs quality

These are the ones the cool guy in your high school used to make. They’re badly constructed, mostly stupid and shallow jokes. They work, nonetheless. They use the “SoundCloud rapper principle”: just put out as many as you can, some will work.

If it ain’t broke

Made by people who have a natural charm. Because otherwise no one would laugh at them. Their quality is acceptable, usually pulled from a movie or Friends. Popular with risk-averse people, who would rather stick with a successful, proven formula.

Creative

There’s nothing better than a creative mind. Creative jokes carry a lot of risk with them. But just as tight-spread high-leverage stocks, the reward is just as high as the risk. They are easily identified by the low cadence of delivery, and too long punch lines.

I’m modest

Gentlemen and gentlewomen, don’t laugh at others. They don’t want to hurt their feelings. They consider humiliating others for a cheap laugh rude. They always make fun of themselves. It doesn’t work.

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Conheça Wakanda com cinco HQ’s gratuitas no site da Marvel

Em fevereiro é celebrado o Mês da História Negra ou Mês Nacional da História Afro-Americana, relembrando a contribuição negra na política…

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This Is An Adventure

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Pommes pourries, Chapitre 2, partie 2

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Comforting Noodle Doodle

Today, I am tired, achy, unmotivated. So I sketched this illustration to warm up, get those creative juices (broths?) flowing. This art was brought to you by Copic markers, Micron fine liners, and Debbie Lynn Twin Tip Markers. I feel just a touch brighter, and hope to make up for a lazy day with a productive evening. Here’s to harnessing the moments of energy in this exceptionally blah weather.

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You Can Criticize Democrats… For a Limited Time Only!

by Matt Lubchansky

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Cloud Covered: What was new with Google Cloud in January

Our forecast is calling for plenty of clouds in this new year—not the kind that bring rain and snow, but the ones that bring data analytics, storage and lots more. We’re already off to a brisk start in 2019—here are a few highlights from January, in case you missed them.

New year, new skills: Cloud training and certification is here.

Cloud technology is changing the way that businesses work, letting them do even more at a faster pace. However, there’s usually one thing missing: The knowledge to run these cloud systems and create new ways to use them. So we’ve announced four new certifications, plus a bunch of new courses and labs in five languages, so that more people can learn Google Cloud skills. How will you grow your cloud career?

Sheets just got a data boost.

Performing data analysis in Google’s BigQuery can yield lots of interesting insights—but not all of us are data scientists. We want to make it easier for anyone to analyze their data, so we created the BigQuery data connector. The connector helps you import large datasets from BigQuery into Sheets so you can create reports or analyze data in a familiar spreadsheet interface. Great for sales, marketing or other departments. Here’s what it looks like.

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How we're keeping Cloud users and businesses safe

We’re focusing on security all week in honor of Safer Internet Day, and while internet safety is top of mind for folks now, our responsibility to protect people is as important today as it is every other week of the year.

I recently joined Google after years in the financial services industry, motivated in large part by the opportunity to improve the security not just of one organization, but of many organizations that affect our everyday lives. Companies that provide us with healthcare, that help us manage our finances, that manufacture the things we use everyday—they all require secure tools and infrastructure to do what they do.

We understand this and feel a deep responsibility to protect you online when you use Google products. With Google Cloud, we help companies protect their users and their data, with security as a core design principle. Here are a few ways that cloud technology helps keep you safe.

Stopping spam, 100 million more times a day

Every time you use G Suite apps like Gmail, Docs or Drive, you have the full strength of Google’s global team of security engineers protecting you from threats. Those engineers have built automatic protections into G Suite, such as those that help block 99.9 percent of spam, phishing or malware from ever getting into your inbox. Because more than a billion people use Gmail and Drive, we’re able to identify and adapt to evolving threats quickly.

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Love Morph

“Wimmin, huh?” laughed Sprite.

Cloud dropped a few raindrops on Sprite. “So what happened?”

“I told her she should embrace her mistakes,” replied Morph.

“And then?” asked Sprite.

“Well, nothing,” replied Morph. “She just hugged me.”

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Post-Apocalyptic America

A comic.

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Homem-Aranha: Aranhaverso acaba com jejum de boas adaptações “miranhas” da Sony

A nova animação do “Miranha”, protagonizada pelo jovem afro latino americano, Miles Morales, é a melhor experiência audiovisual em uma…

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The Rock

“The Rock” begins with a woman being ferried to an island of solid rock, where a demon figure is waiting. The story is a variation on the demon-lover/James Harris theme, in which a woman is seduced into giving up her life to join a former lover in hell. Her fate is sealed the moment she sets foot on the rock’s staircase.

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Two Old Guys On A Park Bench • 7

Mark Starlin

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Old bones. Young heart. Focusing on a wide variety of creativity.

One Minute Wit

Life is short. Read short humor. Witty reads under a minute long. Got a minute?

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Inspired to move: Celebrating dance and Black History Month

My love for dance started in my youth when I took ballet lessons in Colorado. Like the other ballerinas, I’d slip on my satin slippers, wrap my ballet skirt on and glide across the wood floors to the beat of the music. Though unlike the other dancers, I was one of the only black girls in class.

Luckily, that didn’t stop me from coming back again and again—ballet enthralled me. I didn’t exactly exude the talent of an emerging prima ballerina. I wasn’t a dance prodigy, and my father would lovingly remind me of that. 

But my father also pointed out something else that was much more important: the pure joy that dance brought me. He told me to hold on to that, and I did. Ballet has become my lifelong hobby. It has followed me through my studies at Howard University and Harvard Business School, and to my career at Google in New York City. Even now, I make it a point to attend at least one ballet class a week. 

It’s not just dance itself that inspires me, but all of the people who have contributed to its history and paved the way for others. Contemporary dancers like Misty Copeland, the American Ballet Theatre’s first African American female principal dancer and a reminder of how far we’ve come; Raven Wilkinson, a black ballerina who performed in the segregated South in the 1950s; and Arthur Mitchell, who helped start the nation’s first major black ballet company and opened up the world of ballet to a much wider audience. 

These dancers were inspired to move for all sorts of reasons: to challenge their bodies and  expand their limitations, to confront social issues and to engage their communities. Regardless of the reason, their journeys are a part of our country’s history and culture, and they should not be forgotten.

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Le Grand Voyage! (10)

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Comentando — Wicked & the Divine

Meu deus, leiam esse negócio!

Lembram que eu paguei um pau tenso pra Crianças do Crepúsculo? Lembram que eu falei super bem de Art Ops? Então, The Wicked + The Divine está muito acima dessas duas HQs.

Um dia desses estava fuçando nos quadrinhos, e pensando no que poderia ler e tals quando vejo essas capas, embora sejam bastante detalhadas, achei uma ideia meio minimalista de colocar a cara dos personagens, sem muita firula.

Lendo a sinopse, vi que o título era da Image, nunca ouvi coisas muito boas da editora, na verdade sempre citavam que era massaveio e não tinha muito conteúdo, mas o plot me instigou bastante à leitura. A cada 90 anos doze deuses de panteões diferentes incorporam humanos, eles são amados, eles são odiados, e em dois anos morrem. Vai falar que pelo menos a ideia não é interessante?

Como adoro ver a mitologia sendo emprestada para historias atuais precisei ler pelo menos o começo da saga. Não foi muita surpresa quando descobri que o time responsável pelo quadrinho, Kieron Gillen e Jamie Mckelvie, eram também os responsáveis por Jovens Vingadores (Young Avengers), HQ que tinha gostado bastante, embora a história fosse meio méh. Também descobri que a saga ganhou um prêmio Eisner em 2015, por melhor colorista, melhor artista e melhor nova série, e isso impeliu-me ainda mais para a leitura.

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Superhero TV Show Power Rankings — JAN 2018

Sea Shimooka as Emiko Queen

ARROW (CW)Season: 7Episodes Reviewed: 10–11RENEWAL STATUS: Renewed for Season 8!THE GOOD: (1) Fun, quirky Felicity is back! This is a huge change from her character in the first 8 episodes, but it’s nice to see her return to peak form. And Curtis too! Is everyone happy now? (2) The ARGUS / Ghost Initiative is actually pretty interesting. For one, it gives Diggle and Curtis something to do. It also is a chance to revisit some classic villains — China White, Cupid & Joe Wilson. Hope they continue on this path. (3) Really enjoyed the introduction of Sam Hackett, son of the bodyguard killed in episode 101. It allowed Oliver to take a step back and realize that he can’t go on telling half-truths, while also giving long-time fans a nice easter egg.THE BAD: (1) The idea of Emiko Queen is excellent and a big part of the comics, but so far, her introduction has been extremely predictable and her character has been one-dimensional. (2) I hate that Rene’s justification for being a superhero plus father is that his daughter is “all for it.” It seems like she should at least express some concerns, especially since she has no other parental figure. (3) Once Curtis was killed suddenly, I knew it was a simulation. Maybe I’ve been watching this show too long…How to Make It Better: Where’s the big bad?Stray Observation: That old age makeup — yikes!Bold Prediction: The writers are preparing Emiko to take over for Oliver Queen.Score: 7/10 (+1 for nostalgia)

So long, Khalil.

BLACK LIGHTNING (CW)Season: 2Episodes Reviewed: 10–11RENEWAL STATUS: Renewed for Season 3.THE GOOD: (1) Finally, an end to the Pointless Escape That Went Nowhere. Khalil & Jen finally come home, allowing us to get back to the main story. Which is…I’m not sure? Episode 10 ends with Tobias saying “Now it all begins.” I hope so. I’ve been waiting for a while. (2) Ugh…Tobias ripping out Khalil’s backbone is possibly the most brutal thing I’ve ever seen on the CW. This goes in the good column (pun intended) because at least something significant happened. (3) Enjoying the new “Felicity” on Tobias’s quickly-growing team.THE BAD: (1) Cutter can defeat an entire armed SWAT team by herself, but can’t handle Jen & Khalil? Yeah right. (2) This season has been focusing on everyone BUT Black Lightning…(3) It’s been too long since Gambi’s done anything cool, let alone useful.Stray Observation: Jen’s farewell to Khalil is very similar to Matt Parkman’s farewell to Daphne on Heroes!How to Make It Better: WHERE IS LALA?Bold Prediction: Hmm…The POD kids get recruited by Tobias?Score: 4/10 (+1 for being brave enough to kill a big character)

Evil Costume!

FLASH (CW)Season: 5Episodes Reviewed: 10–11RENEWAL STATUS: Renewed for Season 6!THE GOOD: (1) I really enjoyed the little origin story they gave to one of my (previously) least-favorite characters, Norvock. (2) Nice little moment where Cisco doesn’t realize that Ralph is bringing him to singles night to help Cisco. In fact, it’s never really explicitly said, which I think was great — let the audience put that one together themselves. (3) Despite his awful name, the Sherloque character is growing on me, as he gains closer to exposing Nora’s secrets to her family. He’s a ticking time bomb, something the other shows don’t have.THE BAD: (1) Ugh, are we going to have to go through the “X-Men: The Last Stand” cure-or-no-cure plot again? (2) He’s powerful, sure, but Cicada is the first big bad on this show who isn’t really that scary. And that’s a problem. (3) Why is Nora keeping super secret audio files in an easily-accessible Gideon?Stray Observation: It’s nice that they always explain a missing character’s absence (“Oh, Cisco had that thing, remember?”). It’s okay. The Flash will always have a too-many-cooks problem until it starts killing off/writing out some of its beloved cast. Not everyone in my office comes in every day — I can understand that some people are busy. (CW’s Riverdale has the opposite problem — the students seem to have too much time on their hands…)How to Make It Better: Unlike some shows on here, this show always seems to know exactly where it’s going.Bold Prediction: The person who’s going to lose their power…is Vibe.Score: 8(+1 for knowing where it’s going)

FUTURE MAN (HULU)Season: 2Episodes Reviewed: 1–6RENEWAL STATUS: TBDTHE GOOD: (1) The wackiness continues! A nice break from routine to spend the first three episodes on the three protagonists. (2) The writing on this show is excellent. A lot of subtle (and not-so-subtle) humor. (3) Josh Hutcherson is such a good sport. In the first six episodes he’s had to be dunked in a bathtub of milky liquid, roll down a sand dune, and have a full-frontal nudity scene with a fake penis. He also has to portray a pile of dead bodies, wear prosthetics for his severe nut allergy & drink disgusting-looking beverages.THE BAD: (1) Despite those pros, it’s taking a while to get to the Big Problem and what they need to do to solve it. There’s no sense of urgency. (2) It should be simple for the time trio to warp out of there. And yet, halfway through the season, they’re still wandering around, clueless. (3) I miss the supporting cast — Josh’s parents, gamer friends and co-workers. The new supporting characters are not as fun or exciting (except for Stu).Stray Observation: Wolf adapts to his situations WAY too easily.How to Make It Better: Let’s get out of this time period!Bold Prediction: We’re gonna stay in this time period all season long.Score: 5/10

Shane West joins the cast

GOTHAM (FOX)Season: 5Episodes Reviewed: 1–5RENEWAL STATUS: Final SeasonTHE GOOD: (1) The high mortality rate! The deaths of Tabitha, Mr.Penn and the entirety of “Haven” in the first 4 episodes are signs that anything can happen this season and no one is safe! (2) The tables have turned on Riddler! We are now rooting for Riddler to find out what Ed’s been up to. (3) The rare moment between Bruce and Harvey felt really genuine. They don’t usually interact with each other, but it was nice to see Harvey impart some wisdom on young Bruce. Perhaps this was their last conversation? (See Bold Prediction).THE BAD: (1) Penguin’s shifting alliances have never been floppier. One moment he’s offering a bounty on Jim’s head, the next, they’re best buds. Let’s follow at least some line of reason, k? (2) Jeremiah’s death by stabbing was faked?? Come on. This show requires an extraordinary amount of suspension of disbelief, but we’re going to need a better explanation here. (3) Is Bruce going to spend this whole season whining about Selina? Let’s see him kick some butt!Stray Observation: Where’s Lee?How to Make It Better: GIVE ME MAN-BAT & VENTRILOQUIST!Bold Prediction: Harvey Bullock is a dead man walking. His death pushes Gordon to become Commissioner. It writes itself!Score: 8/10

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