BLM Leader Tianna Arata Charged With Five Felonies

Published Yesterday Social media is coming to the aid of Tianna Arata, a California-based Black Lives Matter organizer, who was arrested after a protest last month and is now facing some serious charges. Arata was arrested by the San Luis Obispo police department on July 21 after she organized a protest that allegedly resulted in…

Prohibited ‘Black-Ish’ Episode Is Now Readily Available To Watch

Published 20 hours ago A controversial episode of black-ish that was banned from ABC over two years ago is available for the first time on Hulu. Titled "Please, Baby, Please," involved the show’s lead character Dre (Anthony Anderson) talking to his toddler son about political unrest and racism in the country in the form of…

Teenager Passes Away During Shooting At Washington, D.C. Cookout

Published Yesterday A large gathering in D.C. ended up in a teenager being killed and 21 people being shot. According to CBS, someone opened fire at a cookout on August 8 in Washington, D.C. A 17-year-old named Christopher Brown was fatally shot. An off-duty police officer was also shot and she is reportedly "struggling for…

Shroud Is ‘Coming Home’– Exposing Why Twitch Seems Impossible to Beat

Shroud just confirmed his long-anticipated return to Twitch. The streamer had moved to Mixer after signing an incredibly lucrative exclusive deal. Fan delight that Shroud is “coming home” shows why it’s so difficult to create a new Twitch rival. Ridiculously popular streamer Shroud just confirmed what we’d long expected. “I’m coming home,” he tweeted Tuesday…

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Shroud Is ‘Coming Home’– Exposing Why Twitch Seems Impossible to Beat

Shroud just confirmed his long-anticipated return to Twitch. The streamer had moved to Mixer after signing an incredibly lucrative exclusive deal. Fan delight that Shroud is “coming home” shows why it’s so difficult to create a new Twitch rival. Ridiculously popular streamer Shroud just confirmed what we’d long expected. “I’m coming home,” he tweeted Tuesday…

Mozilla is laying off around 250 employees as part of significant restructuring

In brief: The Mozilla Corporation on Tuesday announced a significant restructuring that executives believe is necessary in order to enhance their ability to develop products and services that give users an alternative to “conventional Big Tech.” Mozilla Corporation CEO Mitchell Baker said their pre-Covid plan for 2020 already included a great deal of change but…

4 extremely simple methods you can be more eco-friendly

When it comes to saving the planet, the question of where to start can be overwhelming. And while larger, governmental change is urgently needed, we can all individually contribute to being  part of “the solution” rather than “the pollution.” Savvy consumerism is no longer reserved for staunch eco-warriors, and it’s easier than ever to make…

Why cinema remain in problem after DOJ nixes 70-year- old case

megalomedia — The end of Paramount could eventually make your local theater a Disneyplex. Kate Cox - Aug 11, 2020 10:30 am UTC Enlarge / The House of Mouse is the shadow lurking in the future of movie theaters. If you went to the movies in 2019, you probably saw a Disney movie. Seven of…

Stop gentrifying tech: Why ‘premium’ items make us all less effective

The tech industry has long been divided between the efficacies of low-price, easy-entry products for widespread adoption and high-priced, premium products that allow access to only those with the means to pay. The viability of sitting on the latter end of the spectrum however, has recently been put to the test. COVID-19 caused three years…