A Florida woman swiped a $15,000 diamond ring from a jewelry store after making a fuss about a previous purchase, police said Thursday. The jewel heist took place on Feb. 10 at Gold Silver Creations in Key West, according to The Miami Herald. Store manager Bigya Niroula said the unidentified woman came into the shop...
New Broncos general manager George Paton, while also canvasing the league for upgrades at multiple positions, also has to make decisions on his 10 unrestricted free agents scheduled to hit the market on March 17.
It looks as though there`s some dissent in Bezos` ranks. Streaming website Twitch has pulled Amazon`s anti-union ads from running on its service not long after they began running. For the record, Twitch is owned by Amazon. According to More Perfect Union , the bright, talking head-style ads appeared in Twitch streams in Alabama — a state where several thousand Amazon workers are currently voting on whether to unionise. Featuring ostensible Amazon employees, the ads impressed on viewers that unions are bad and wrong, claiming that "they just take your money and they don`t do anything for you." Apparently Amazon`s workers already "have everything [they] need" and should never ask for anything better. Read more... More about Amazon , Twitch , Tech , and Big Tech Companies
Maneuvering through a narrow gate in a wheelchair, having to push a heavy door to enter an establishment, or being unable to reach a soap dispenser in a public restroom are tasks that most people never have to worry about. However, those are just a few of the functions that can make it difficult for […]
it affected us all. But I am so glad that we`re here and we can laugh at this together and we`re a family again," he said. "A little f---ed up of a family. We love you, we hope you love us." Added Mike "The Situation" Sorrentino in a confessional: "A terrible speech broke us apart, but an even more terrible speech brought us back together again." From there, the cast celebrated the second wedding ceremony with some socially-distant strippers -- who danced on the back of a see-through tractor trailer. The next day, Deena, Angelina and JWoww kept the niceties coming as Jenni warned Angelina to put on sunscreen, while Pivarnick once again apologized. "I`m an idiot. I was really mad about the speech, but you guys aren`t mean girls," she told them. "No more Regina George? I`ll take it," said JWoww. "I can`t believe we`re sitting at the same place at the same time," exclaimed Angelina. "I`m just open to gaining your trust and understanding how you feel and you understanding how I feel." Jenni said she was glad she ended up making the trip to Vegas and, regardless of how "awkward" it was during more than a few moments, she was "really happy that we`re all leaving like this." The episode -- and the season -- ended with Mike and Lauren telling the rest of the cast they were expecting a baby together, with everyone celebrating with hugs and a lot of tears. "We`re moving forward and, most importantly, we`re doing it together," said Vinny as the episode came to a close. ..
Alphabet`s Google will change procedures before July for reviewing its scientists` work, according to a town hall recording heard by Reuters, part of an effort to quell internal tumult over the integrity of its artificial intelligence (AI) research. From a report: In remarks at a staff meeting last Friday, Google Research executives said they were working to regain trust after the company ousted two prominent women and rejected their work, according to an hour-long recording, the content of which was confirmed by two sources. Teams are already trialing a questionnaire that will assess projects for risk and help scientists navigate reviews, research unit Chief Operating Officer Maggie Johnson said in the meeting. This initial change will roll out by the end of the second quarter, and the majority of papers will not require extra vetting, she said. Reuters reported in December that Google had introduced a "sensitive topics" review for studies involving dozens of issues, such as China or bias in its services. Internal reviewers had demanded that at least three papers on AI be modified to refrain from casting Google technology in a negative light, Reuters reported. Jeff Dean, Google`s senior vice president overseeing the division, said Friday that the "sensitive topics" review "is and was confusing" and that he had tasked a senior research director, Zoubin Ghahramani, with clarifying the rules, according to the recording. Read more of this story at Slashdot.
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She`s gone from "Twilight" to "Charlie`s Angels," but now she`s taking on her biggest role yet ... and it looks like Kristen Stewart royally nails it. The actress is in full Princess Diana mode in Germany this week on set of the upcoming film…
Earlier in February, Christopher McDonald (Shooter McGavin) and Adam Sandler (the title character in Sandler`s 1996 golf comedy Happy Gilmore) tweeted videos at each other--in character--to celebrate the movie`s 25th anniversary. One easy conclusion from that exchange? A Happy sequel might be in ...
“The cold weather is terrible here,” Bertha Bermúdez Tapia says over Zoom from a refugee camp in Matamoros, a city in Mexico just across the border from Brownsville, Texas. “I was supposed to be at home today to have this interview, but I needed to come here because the temperatures are going down and down […] The post The machine of death continues to roll on appeared first on Boulder Weekly .
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