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Twitter is testing a Twitter Lite Android app, first in the Philippines
TechCrunch • Ingrid Lunden
Trump Rescinds White House Invite to NBA Star Stephen Curry
New York Magazine • Benjamin Hart
After debut, Star Trek: Discovery will only be available on CBS All Access
Ars Technica • Cyrus Farivar
Trump Says N.F.L. Players Who Take a Knee During National Anthem Should Be Fired
The New York Times • Johanna Barr
I am taking a Facebook Vacation
Om Malik's Blog • Om Malik
Tapper pans Trump's criticism of athletes: 'Focusing like a laser' on the important issues
The Hill • John Bowden
Spettacolo: Tension between tradition and the future take center stage in Italy
Ars Technica • Nathan Mattise
Trump tells NBA star Curry that White House visit is off
CBC Radio-Canada • Cbc Sports
Weekend Favs September 23
Duct Tape Marketing • John Jantsch
Is beaming down in Star Trek a death sentence?
Ars Technica • Xaq Rzetelny
 
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Economic Policy, Social Media Industry
Twitter is testing a Twitter Lite Android app, first in the Philippines
TechCrunchIngrid Lunden
Twitter today has nearly four times as many monthly active users outside the U.S. as it does in its home market — 260 million versus 68 million — and this week it quietly launched a new app in an effort to boost...
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John Skipper, Social Media Industry
Trump Rescinds White House Invite to NBA Star Stephen Curry
New York MagazineBenjamin Hart
Prominent black athletes lined up to denounce President Trump after he rescinded a White House invitation to Golden State Warriors star Stephen Curry on Saturday morning and attacked Colin Kaepernick for kneeling during the national anthem, indirectly calling the NFL quarterback a...
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CBS Broadcasting Inc, CBS Television Distribution
After debut, Star Trek: Discovery will only be available on CBS All Access
Ars TechnicaCyrus Farivar
Get yourself to a viewscreen: Sunday, September 24, 8:30pm ET is the moment that Star Trek fans have spent years waiting for. The first episode of Star Trek: Discovery will broadcast on traditional television (your local CBS station) as a way to...
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Social Media Industry, Twitter Inc
Trump Says N.F.L. Players Who Take a Knee During National Anthem Should Be Fired
The New York TimesJohanna Barr
Protesting the national anthem is a fireable offense, President Trump argued on Friday, as he hammered the National Football League for being too soft on players who have knelt to denounce police brutality. “Wouldn’t you love to see one of these N.F.L....
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Facebook Inc, Social Media Industry
I am taking a Facebook Vacation
Om Malik's BlogOm Malik
I am taking a bit of a vacation from Facebook — mostly because I find the social media is starting to become a bit distracting. It is not that I don’t like connecting to the people, but I am finding it hard...
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Politics & Policy, Social Media Industry
Tapper pans Trump's criticism of athletes: 'Focusing like a laser' on the important issues
The HillJohn Bowden
CNN anchor Jake Tapper on Saturday panned President Trump's criticism of NFL players protesting during the national anthem and his decision to rescind NBA star Stephen Curry's invitation to the White House. "Focusing like a laser on the major problems of the...
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Gaming Software, Technology Industry
Spettacolo: Tension between tradition and the future take center stage in Italy
Ars TechnicaNathan Mattise
The early moments of Spettacolo, the latest documentary from the team behind the acclaimed 2010 work Marwencol, may cause travel lust. As the film gets underway, old brick buildings serve as a backdrop for European architecture and vistas, practically begging viewers to...
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Politics & Policy, Social Media Industry
Trump tells NBA star Curry that White House visit is off
CBC Radio-CanadaCbc Sports
While the Golden State Warriors were set to decide as a team whether to go through with the traditional visit to the White House afforded to NBA champions, it appears the decision may have already been made for them. U.S. President Donald...
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Advertising Industry, Digital Media
Weekend Favs September 23
Duct Tape MarketingJohn Jantsch
My weekend blog post routine includes posting links to a handful of tools or great content I ran across during the week. I don’t go into depth about the finds, but encourage you to check them out if they sound interesting. The...
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Gaming Software, Technology Industry
Is beaming down in Star Trek a death sentence?
Ars TechnicaXaq Rzetelny
In the 2009 movie Star Trek, Captain Kirk and Sulu plummeted down toward the planet Vulcan without a parachute. “Beam us up, beam us up!” Kirk shouted in desperation. Then at the last second, after a tense scene of Chekov running top...
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