After four of the five alleged GOP crooks involved in what the FBI calls the “largest bribery and money laundering scheme in Ohio… Continue reading on Medium » Original linkOriginal author: Ohio House Democrats
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The second installment of Six Pack, a semi-regular beer-related drawing and poem series, by Adam Soldofsky and Axel Wilhite. what’s with your buddythe one who peelsthe labelsoff his bottles drinking beeron the porcheating sunflower seedsthe way god made you the neon beer signis goodbut it is a mistaketo bring itinto your home when the bottle brokeover his headit was not likein the movies more than cold beerin summeri love my friendwho quit drinking i’ve been thinkinga lotabout itthe frosty glassof beer Adam Soldofsky is the author of Memory Foam, recipient of a 2017 American Book Award. Axel Wilhite has shown his artwork in the United States, France, the Netherlands, and Taiwan. He is a co-founder of 7x7.la, an online magazine that facilitates and publishes creative collaborations between artists and writers. He lives and works in Los Angeles, California. Original linkOriginal author: drDOCTOR
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We Need To Get On The Same Page Continue reading on Medium » Original linkOriginal author: Jesse Mossholder
The UK government wants all restaurants to put calorie counts on the menu. Here’s why that’s both good — and bad. Continue reading on Dialogue & Discourse » Original linkOriginal author: Dave Olsen
In 2017, Professor Robert Kelly was conducting a video interview with the BBC from his home office when he was famously, and adorably, interrupted. Today, many of us working remotely due to COVID-19 can relate. Virtual meetings have become even more vital to how we connect, communicate and get work done, which is one of the reasons we made Google Meet available for free to everyone back in May. And while video conferencing is now part of our daily lives, it comes with its challenges, too. Aside from the occasional adorable interruptions, there’s also more potential for accidental exclusion. And when that happens, we risk missing out on valuable perspectives, creativity and successful outcomes. Fortunately, there are ways to make remote meetings better and more inclusive for all. Plan ahead The more planning you do, the better remote meetings can be. Share your agenda, process and materials ahead of time so everyone has a chance to gather their thoughts and show up ready to contribute meaningfully. Everyone processes information differently; for instance, for some neurodivergent people, vague information can be stressful and difficult to respond to. And for introverted people, the same can lead to less participation. Check that the platforms...
Google News Initiative Google News Initiative Roundup Header Kai Ridenoure News Lab, Google News Initiative Published Aug 6, 2020 As newsrooms face steep advertising declines during the COVID-19 pandemic, we’re focusing on programs to help grow revenue for news organizations. As the nature of working continues to change, publishers are investing in digital growth and sharing their findings with the news industry through virtual events. Read on for July updates from the Google News Initiative. The GNI Subscriptions Lab expands globally The GNI Subscriptions Lab helps news organizations grow direct reader revenue. The program is expanding to Asia Pacific for the first time, and will be running in the region through a partnership with WAN-IFRA and FTI Consulting. Applications are open until August 14th, 2020. We also shared initial takeaways from the discovery phase of the GNI Subscriptions Lab in Europe with INMA and their members. These include three early industry findings about how publishers can align their reader revenue strategies around core business goals. Semuel Abrijani Pangerapan, Director General of Aptika KemKominfo RI, presenting for Google for Media in Indonesia Indonesian publishers share program lessons with local news community In Indonesia, we started a six-month informational series calledGoogle for Media,...