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Why the future of US data regulation must come from Congress

Entrepreneurship The Next Web - Sat, 05/25/2019 - 18:00

As of May 2019, over 20 US states have introduced bills seeking to regulate data privacy, data security, or some combination of the two. While many of these bills agree in spirit (i.e. privacy good, data collection and usage bad), the various bills are decidedly more divergent as to how to accomplish these objectives. With the states locked in an arms race to one-up each other on being the most privacy protective, the end result over the next four to five years could be a patchwork of state regulations resulting in not only a compliance nightmare for companies, but also…

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CHEAP: Train your brain with $180 off this magnificent math clock

Entrepreneurship The Next Web - Sat, 05/25/2019 - 14:00

Welcome to CHEAP, our series about things that are good, but most of all, cheap. CHEAP! You might think the world is complicated enough and there’s no need to make basic tasks harder, right? Right? Wrong. That’s why you need to stop what you’re doing right now and buy the Albert Math Clock. This clever contraption doesn’t just tell you the time (what did you expect? Have you even read the start of this article?), it displays equations you have to solve to get the information you need. Like this: Not only is the Albert Math Clock achingly cool, it’s also on…

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These 9 courses can turn you into a digital marketing pro—and they’re on sale for $15

Entrepreneurship The Next Web - Sat, 05/25/2019 - 14:00

For those ready to tackle 21st century commerce, but unsure where to start, The Complete Digital Marketing Super Bundle ($37, over 90 percent off from TNW Deals) is a smart place to begin.

5 digital marketing courses on sale for Memorial Day weekend

Mashable - Social Media news - Sat, 05/25/2019 - 11:00

Digital marketing is one of the most sought-after, valued skills today. Period. (No disrespect to all the coders out there, of course.)

That's because online marketing is now the lifeblood of any enterprise. Any stores — even brick-and-mortar ones — need an online presence to compete in today's fast-paced economy. And if you're in the business of making a living through content generation, then you already know how essential it is to drive traffic to your blog or webpage.

Forget trolling forums or scouring random online courses on YouTube: we've compiled five quality pieces of training offering key instruction on today's most essential digital marketing skills. All the featured training bundles are already marked down, but you can use code WEEKEND60 to get an additional 60% off the sale price. Read more...

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Kitchen gadgets and cooking essentials on sale for Memorial Day

Mashable - Social Media news - Sat, 05/25/2019 - 11:00

It's almost Memorial Day and you know what that means. Summer BBQs, lazy nights grilling, parties for which you have reason to cook up a storm like your favorite Chopped contestant.

We're celebrating the occasion with a massive sale in the Mashable Shop on fifteen featured cookware, cutlery, and kitchen gadgets designed to make meal prep a breeze. All items featured below are already on sale, and you can use code WEEKEND15 at checkout to get an additional 15% off the sale price.

Check them out below:

1. 20-Piece Non-Stick Cookware With Lids and Bakeware Set

This Gotham Steel Cookware set features a proprietary Ti-Cerama coating (that’s titanium fused with ceramic), resulting in a nonstick and durable surface. It’s also PTFE- and PFOA-free, in case you’re concerned about chemicals. Read more...

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10 weekend sales on tools, toys, and funky gadgets

Mashable - Social Media news - Sat, 05/25/2019 - 11:00

There are two types of people: Those who spend the entirety of their Memorial Day weekends catching up on lost sleep, and those who see it as a three-day-long opportunity to tackle all the odd jobs around the house they've been putting off since December. 

If you're in the latter camp, we have a couple of important questions for you: One, will you bottle that motivation and sell it? We'll pay good money. 

Two, do you want to save a lot of money on some new DIY accessories and projects? If the answer's a hearty "yes," you're in luck: We've hunted down some awesome Memorial Day bargains in the Mashable Shop on tools, kits, and crafts, and plopped them down below for your perusing pleasure. Just be sure to enter the coupon code WEEKEND15 to score those extra savings.  Read more...

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Career Advice for Today's College Grads From a Generation Xer

The daily resource for entrepreneurs - Sat, 05/25/2019 - 09:29
More career and first job advice for today's college graduates from Generation X.

The Earth’s magnetic north pole is shifting rapidly, but the northern lights will stay where they are (for now)

Entrepreneurship The Next Web - Sat, 05/25/2019 - 09:00

Like most planets in our solar system, the Earth has its own magnetic field. Thanks to its largely molten iron core, our planet is in fact a bit like a bar magnet. It has a north and south magnetic pole, separate from the geographic poles, with a field connecting the two. This field protects our planet from radiation and is responsible for creating the northern and southern lights – spectacular events that are only visible near the magnetic poles. However, with reports that the magnetic north pole has started moving swiftly at 50km per year – and may soon be…

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Get 20% off everything in Lovehoney's Bank Holiday UK Sale

Mashable - Social Media news - Sat, 05/25/2019 - 08:00

If you have a passion for deals, you are in for a busy weekend. 

To mark the upcoming Bank Holiday in the UK, absolutely loads of online retailers have slashed prices across the board. It doesn't matter what you are shopping for, because there will inevitably be a sale out there with your name on it. 

That means if you are shopping for sex toys, lingerie, bondage gear, or anything else on the kinkier side of things, you are in luckLovehoney has announced a 20 percent off sale for the whole weekend, on absolutely everything (except the Play Box subscription service).

It's a really straightforward sale, with no voucher code or sneaky rules or regulations. Just make your purchase and the discount shows up in your basket. The offer only runs until midnight on May 27, so you don't have an awful lot of time to grab a bargain. Read more...

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Ikea won’t sell customers this rug until they take a heart and brainwave scan

Entrepreneurship The Next Web - Sat, 05/25/2019 - 02:55

For the last five years, Ikea has teamed with notable designers and artists to create high-dollar goods. Its “Art Collection” offered customers the opportunity to buy limited edition furnishings and art at prices customers could stomach. Ikea’s 2019 Art Collection was to feature rugs, eight of them from notables in the industry, including Virgil Abhoh, the art director for Louis Vuitton’s men’s line. For anyone willing to plop down $500, they could own the artistic works of one of the world’s foremost designers. Or, that’s what they thought anyway. Unfortunately, these limited edition pieces were just as likely to end…

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How Airports Are Leading The Way With Inclusive Marketing

Forbes - Entrepreneurs - Sat, 05/25/2019 - 01:55
Airports serve large numbers of diverse customers. See how they are finding innovative ways to treat these customers as individuals, to help everyone feel like they belong, and two ways you can get started doing the same.

Rotten Tomatoes’ new Audience Score makes you prove you’ve seen the movie

Entrepreneurship The Next Web - Sat, 05/25/2019 - 01:31

Few places summon the trolls like movie reviews. After suffering through multiple cases of review-bombing – when trolls flood in with disproportionate negative reviews – Rotten Tomatoes wants to weed out the people who haven’t actually, you know seen the movie. Specifically, users will now be required to verify their ticket purchase for their votes to be counted in the new Audience Score: “Rotten Tomatoes now features an Audience Score made up of ratings from users we’ve confirmed bought tickets to the movie – we’re calling them “Verified Ratings.” We’re also tagging written reviews from users we can confirm purchased tickets…

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Review: The Vuze XR handheld camera makes it dead simple to create VR videos

Entrepreneurship The Next Web - Sat, 05/25/2019 - 01:12

HumanEyes‘ Vuze XR is a rare breed of camera. It’s pocket-sized, shoots in VR, 360, and 5K formats, and it costs around the same as an entry-level DSLR. What really sets it apart, however, is how easy it is to use. I love VR. And the thought of making my own glorious, fully immersive, 180-degree family vacation videos that we can watch on our headsets – like the VR videos on YouTube – fills me with joy. But I’m neither a filmmaker nor a professional photographer. There’s only a handful of consumer-geared VR cameras out there (that don’t cost thousands) and…

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The Director for the New 'Sonic the Hedgehog' Movie Tweeted This In Response to People Hating the Trailer

The daily resource for entrepreneurs - Sat, 05/25/2019 - 00:59
Paramount is delaying the release of Sonic the Hedgehog by three months to fix the fact that the title character looks really, really bad.

How to access Android’s hidden developer options

Entrepreneurship The Next Web - Fri, 05/24/2019 - 23:00

Welcome to TNW Basics, a collection of tips, guides, and advice on how to easily get the most out of your gadgets, apps, and other stuff. One of the advantages Android has over iOS is the control Google gives you over its operating system. Case in point is Android’s ‘developer options,’ a secret menu that provides all sorts of useful controls, including the ability to change animation speeds, choose a Bluetooth codec, or limit the number of apps that can run in the background – among many other things The only problem is the menu is hidden by default. Whether this…

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Good luck fighting over Netflix's 'The Perfection' this weekend

Mashable - Social Media news - Fri, 05/24/2019 - 22:54
The following is a spoiler-free review of Netflix's The Perfection.

After months of critic hype and fervent fan speculation, Netflix's mysterious and controversial The Perfection finally began streaming on Friday — and already, it's tearing the horror community apart. 

As vast and as varied as the many things that scare us, horror fans are a unique bunch. Whether you're dealing with a pack of Conjuring stans or an offbeat group of indie pushers, nailing down exactly what will (and what won't) satisfy any given audience can be tricky. 

So, The Perfection just tried all of it.

Without getting into any spoilers, here's a simplified premise: Charlotte Willmore (Allison Williams), a classically trained cellist struggling to cope with the passing of her mother, returns to the performance world after an extended hiatus. There she re-encounters her former music instructor Anton (Steven Weber), his wife Paloma (Alaina Huffman), and fellow prodigy Elizabeth (Logan Browning). Then, things get batshit. Read more...

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Many Companies' Core Values Are Generic Platitudes. Here's How to Make Sure Yours Drive Actions

The daily resource for entrepreneurs - Fri, 05/24/2019 - 21:00
Core values are important for a company's culture. However, most companies miss the mark by using words that represent table stakes rather than a strategic choice.

Most CEOs Are Too Internally Focused. Here Are 8 Ways To Get Out of The Office

The daily resource for entrepreneurs - Fri, 05/24/2019 - 20:57
As CEO, it's easy to let your workload keep you behind your desk all day. Here are eight reasons to see your work in a whole new way.

Facebook down-ranks, but won't remove, fake 'drunk' Nancy Pelosi video

Mashable - Social Media news - Fri, 05/24/2019 - 20:56

If you were horrified by how easy it was for someone to create a fake viral video that made Nancy Pelosi look as if she was slurring her words on stage, you weren't alone. Facebook is now taking action to stop the misleading video, which has over 2.5 million views, from spreading further — though it won't go as far as deleting it entirely.

On Wednesday, a video that apparently showed the Democratic congresswoman seemingly "drunk" went viral, first on Facebook, and then on other social media platforms. But Pelosi wasn't actually impaired while speaking at a Center for American Progress event. Instead, the creator (whose identity is not known) simply slowed down the footage of the speaker of the house to 75 percent, and altered the pitch. Read more...

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