Changing rules of the game

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Philippine Star

HIDDEN AGENDA – Mary Ann LL. Reyes – The Philippine Star October 23, 2021 | 12:00am Protecting one’s intellectual property or IP right has become more and more difficult. Take for instance digital photos posted on your social media account. A photographer has exclusive rights to the distribution of his photos, regardless of who is the subject of those photos. Using those photos without the photographer’s prior permission is a violation of his copyright and constitutes what we call copyright infringement. But what if your photos are shared on the internet? There are no boundaries in terms of wh… Read More “Changing rules of the game”

Liberty Science Center breaks ground on $300M ‘City of Tomorrow’

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NJ.com

As New Jersey aims to up its status as a destination for science and technology, Liberty Science Center’s “City of Tomorrow” is officially underway. Gov. Phil Murphy and Jersey City Mayor Steven Fulop were on hand Friday for the groundbreaking ceremony at the future site of SciTech Scity. The $300 million, 30-acre facility in Jersey City will hold a business incubation hub, a high school, housing, public commons, a high-tech hospital simulation space and more. The campus aims to open in late 2023. “When we turn over our shovels, we will be breaking ground on an entirely new and exciting WorldRead More “Liberty Science Center breaks ground on $300M ‘City of Tomorrow’”

Video Marketing: The Future Of Business Advertising

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ValueWalk

If you spend some time looking at projections for the future of content marketing, there’s one thing you’ll continually see: video is the future. Q3 2021 hedge fund letters, conferences and more The move to video shouldn’t be a surprise, though. Video content is easier to consume and often feels more personal than a blog post. In addition, the rise of vloggers on YouTube has normalized the idea of putting themselves in front of the cameras, and every minute 300 hours of video are uploaded to YouTube. Google video searches generate 41% more clicks. This information alone is worth the production… Read More “Video Marketing: The Future Of Business Advertising”

Silver, The Loaded Spring

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ValueWalk

The supply crunch might stretch as much as a seven-year event from now, but the spring is loaded already. It isn’t only a supply, demand scenario when talking about silver. Little accounted for is any surprise, and in our opinion, the slightest cough could set this spring off. The sum of fundamental facts is overwhelming on how the next large turning point could set silver into stellar motion. With this many accelerators, it makes this an incredible risk/reward-ratio play. Silver, the loaded spring. Q3 2021 hedge fund letters, conferences and more Here are a few facts that we do not see accoun… Read More “Silver, The Loaded Spring”

Buy The Dip, Buy The Rise, Or Follow A Plan: Which Had The Best Return?

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ValueWalk

As performance trends come and go, investors may wonder whether they should adjust their portfolios accordingly. When prices drop, should they buy the dip in anticipation of prices going back up? Conversely, when prices rise, should they buy the rise in case the climb continues? Q3 2021 hedge fund letters, conferences and more In this Markets in a Minute from New York Life Investments, we compare these scenarios with following a financial plan to see which one has delivered better returns. A Tale Of Three PortfoliosTo evaluate these strategies, we compared the historical performance of three h… Read More “Buy The Dip, Buy The Rise, Or Follow A Plan: Which Had The Best Return?”

Gun Violence Increased In U.S. During The Pandemic: Report

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Knewz

By alang.consultant Los Angeles (Knewz) — A new report found a disturbing trend during the pandemic — gun violence increase. At the outset of the COVID-19 pandemic, criminal background checks for gun purchases in the U.S. went way up. From March through June 2020, the FBI conducted 13,674,878 such checks, a 42 percent increase compared to the same stretch in 2019, according to Scientific Reports. That statistic sets the scene for a massive new dive into data tracked by non-profit the Gun Violence Archive. The study found that the risk of gun violence was 30 percent higher in the U.S. during th… Read More “Gun Violence Increased In U.S. During The Pandemic: Report”

Three Ways 5G Will Empower Your Business

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ValueWalk

After looming on the horizon for a number of years, the rollouts of 5G are now accelerating rapidly, and the technology is increasingly becoming available to businesses across Australia. The hype behind the technology is huge, but is it just that – hype – or is it going to deliver something meaningful to business? Q3 2021 hedge fund letters, conferences and more Perhaps the biggest proof that 5G is set to be something big is headlines like “5G will set fire to the Fourth Industrial Revolution.” Driven by automation, AI, the Internet-of-Things (IoT) and quantum computing, the Fourth Industrial … Read More “Three Ways 5G Will Empower Your Business”

Azerbaijan: Onward march of space industry progress

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Azer News

By Ayya Lmahamad New technologies have become so ordinary and commonplace that we do not think about how and why they were created. There are many examples proving that investments in space technology and research bring enormous profits when applied to the economy. Solar panels, originally developed for spacecraft, eventually led to the emergence of solar power. Navigators, without which it is hard to imagine how we used to drive, were originally developed exclusively for military purposes. Space technologies gave mankind new medicine – magnetic resonance and computer tomography, equipment for… Read More “Azerbaijan: Onward march of space industry progress”

Underground bike parking is springing up in cities

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Relaxnews

In order to promote cycling in city centers, while also clamping down on theft, one currently popular solution is to build large underground parking facilities. The latest example can be found in Utrecht, in the Netherlands. A parking garage with space for up to 900 bicycles has just opened in the basement of the prestigious House Modernes mall. House Modernes has recently reopened after a long period of renovation. The building now includes a special facility for cyclists. From this underground parking garage, cyclists can evidently access the various stores in the mall, but also stroll aroun… Read More “Underground bike parking is springing up in cities”

Jaren Jackson Inks Contract Extension With Memphis Grizzlies

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uSports.org

The Memphis Grizzlies have agreed to a four-year, $105 million contract extension with Jaren Jackson Jr., locking up a core player ahead of a Monday deadline. The Grizzlies selected Jackson as the No. 4 pick in 2018 out of Michigan State. A versatile, 6’11” forward, Jackson, 22, earned All-Rookie honors in 2019. He was even better in his second year, scoring 17.4 points per game on 47% from the field and 39% from three. Although Jackson only logged four games started and 11 total appearances last year, he still put up a respectable stat line of 14.4 points, 5.6 rebounds and 1.1 assists per gam… Read More “Jaren Jackson Inks Contract Extension With Memphis Grizzlies”