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Bodyguard: die Anti-Kartell-Matratze
Wie ich zu meiner neuen Matratze kam, oder auch: Eine Geschichte über ein zerschlagenes Kartell und Geldmacherei im großen Stil, auf dem Rücken der Verbraucher. Weiterlesen »
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41 minutes ago by igorette
Musk being sleazy and despicable again
A $1 billion libel judgment would be nice
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2 hours ago by jgordon
“Just because Amazon is successful, doesn’t mean it’s particularly harmful to anybody else.”
Somewhat contrarian. Implies one should invest in companies after Amazon enters their space.
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2 hours ago by jgordon
Brexit status.
GOP has a rival in catastrophe.
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3 hours ago by jgordon
Iran: No Plan B
Maybe Trump is trying to promote global MAD?
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8 hours ago by jgordon
Upstaging Anna Chapman
Russia really is like Trump’s America.
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9 hours ago by jgordon
GitHub - hasura/graphql-engine: Blazing fast, instant GraphQL APIs on Postgres with fine grained access control
graphql-engine - Blazing fast, instant GraphQL APIs on Postgres with fine grained access control
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16 hours ago by igorette
Mariia Butina: the spy who loved ... guns.
NRA leaders were putty in her hands.
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yesterday by jgordon
Obama speaks.
When Obama is alarmed it is time to lower the gates.
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yesterday by jgordon
DF: “most powerful person in the world isn’t Trump or Putin but Rupert Murdoch”
I thought I was alone. What is Murdoch’s motivation? What does Putin have on him?
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yesterday by jgordon
Podcasts and New Audio Strategies? - Reuters Institute Digital News Report
we explore the popularity of news-related podcasts in 22 countries1 and also look at which demographics are most likely to access these episodic digital audio files, which can be downloaded, subscribed to, or listened to. For the first time this year, we have also asked about the type of podcasts accessed and in a number of countries open-ended responses give us more detail about the most popular programming.
Overall, a third of our sample (34%) listens to a news-related podcast at least monthly but there are significant country differences. In Asian countries like South Korea (58%) and Taiwan (55%), strong smartphone penetration together with high levels of social sharing have helped podcasts grow rapidly. In the United States, which has produced much of the innovation in terms of formats (Serial, S-Town) and business models (sponsorship and targeted advertising), a third (33%) say they have accessed a news podcast in the last month.
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