March 21, 2023

5 must-see New Year’s Firework displays

From eating 12 grapes and picking the right underwear color to chasing firework shows, New Year’s Eve is filled with a variety of family traditions passed down from generation to generation. This year take advantage of new beginnings to take your family traditions to the next level by exploring new destinations and enjoying a firework […]

What dispensaries have the best strains? 2019 review

With so many dispensaries all over the United States, there are bound to be the best ones and that’s what we’re going to find out today. Every dispensary boasts to have the best strains but the critics beg to differ. These critics have been through lots of popular ones and have determined the dispensaries that […]

San Francisco lawmakers will consider a ban on e-cigarette sales

By Rachel England From engadget It would be a first-of-its-kind ban. Authorities in San Francisco are considering banning the sale of e-cigarettes until the FDA carries out an investigation on their effects on health. Officials from the city — which has already banned the sale of flavored tobacco and flavored vaping liquid — said such a review […]

Iterable lands $50M Series C investment to expand cross-channel marketing platform

By Ron Miller From TechCrunch Iterable, a startup that helps companies build complex marketing campaigns across channels to reduce churn and increase usage, announced a $50 million Series C round today. Investors include Blue Cloud Ventures, CRV, Harmony Partners, Index Ventures and Stereo Capital. Today’s investment brings the total raised to $80 million. Company co-founder […]

Can you guess the happiest city in the United States?

By Mary Daly from Care2 What makes you happy? Is it your family and friends, your pets, your work or your hobbies? What about where you live? A new study from WalletHub examined how the cities in which we reside can affect how happy we are with our lives. It analyzed 182 of the largest cities in the United States, drawing on […]

US: Here are the most in-demand programming jobs and languages, according to Hired

By Jonathan Shieber Looking for a high-paying, in-demand job as a programmer? Learning to code for blockchain applications is the way to go, according to a surveyfrom the job placement organization, Hired. In a survey of 98,000 developers on the company’s platform, Hired assessed the kinds of jobs that are most in-demand; the languages that companies are […]

High-fiber diet can help battle melanoma

From Newsmax A healthy diet may trigger a better response to a certain kind of melanoma treatment. How? New research suggests that a diet that’s full of fiber appears to lead to more diverse intestinal bacteria (microbiome). In turn, a thriving gut microbiome is linked to a stronger response to an immune therapy for the […]

Transportation Weekly: Amazon’s secret acquisition and all the AV feels

By Kirsten Korosec From TechCrunch Welcome to Transportation Weekly; I’m your host Kirsten Korosec,  senior transportation reporter at TechCrunch. I cover all the ways people and goods move from Point A to Point B — today and in the future — whether it’s by bike, bus, scooter, car, train, truck, robotaxi or rocket. Sure, let’s include hyperloop […]

Why this Coyote photo isn’t as cute as it looks

By Laura Goldman From Care2 Considering what might have happened to him, a not-so-wily coyote managed to get inside the Nashville Music City Center on a Sunday evening earlier this month, running past the convention center’s security checkpoints and into an exhibit hall where a boat show had just been held. Employees were able to confine […]

Trey Ratcliff’s Burning Man Favs 4

  Trey Ratcliff’s 30 Favorite Photos From Burning Man Part 4 By Trey Ratcliff From Stuck In Customs BULLETIN: I have a few Burning Man pieces going up at an auction soon to raise money for other artists. 100% of the money goes to Burning Man artists (not me, even though I am technically a […]