Michael Moore is making a point...but is he right? Read more from onePolitics.
“The face of Facebook advertising is about to change. With Apple’s rollout of iOS14in September, Facebook issued a short statement to advertisers letting them know that their formerly hypertargeted ads, as facilitated by the Facebook Audience Network platform, might not work anymore. As first reported by Axios, this will likely have a huge impact on the advertising industry, of which Facebook plays a huge part in the U.S. But while this may be bad for the advertisers and for Facebook, this could be a win for users’ privacy
The next update of the iPhone software will feature a new function wherein users have to opt in to being tracked by advertisers. This will require apps to ask iPhone users’ permission to collect and share their data. This puts advertisers who rely heavily on Facebook’s platform in a pickle, as Facebook’s ads are notorious for being extremely specific to the user.” Click here to read more from Digital Trends.
This report is a bit confusing. On the one hand it reports a rise and on the other it reports flattening. Apparently the rise in cases is concentrated to certain areas of the country. From CNBC:
Alma Coin, The Hunger Games, was cold, calculating and ambitious. She wanted power, gained it and...well you know what happened. Read More
(CNN) "When a coronavirus vaccine comes on the market, people will likely need two doses, not just one -- and that could cause real problems.
Some of the potential problems are logistical. Difficulties procuring test kits and protective gear throughout the pandemic point to supply chain issues that could also plague distributing double doses of vaccines for an entire country.
Other potential concerns are more human. Convincing people to show up to get a vaccine not once, but twice, could be a formidable undertaking.
'There's no question that this is going to be the most complicated, largest vaccination program in human history, and that's going to take a level of effort, a level of sophistication, that we've never tried before,' said Dr. Kelly Moore, a health policy professor at Vanderbilt University." Read more at CNN.
(The Weather Channel) "Meteorologist Heather Tesch takes a look at multiple areas of possible development in the Atlantic Ocean." Watch the video.
Is this a sci-fi epic of 2010 A Space Odyssey proportions? Read more from movieBlog
"ASTRONOMERS HAVE FINALLY found the last of the missing universe. It’s been hiding since the mid-1990s, when researchers decided to inventory all the “ordinary” matter in the cosmos—stars and planets and gas, anything made out of atomic parts. (This isn’t “dark matter,” which remains a wholly separate enigma.) They had a pretty good idea of how much should be out there, based on theoretical studies of how matter was created during the Big Bang. Studies of the cosmic microwave background (CMB)—the leftover light from the Big Bang—would confirm these initial estimates." Read more from Wired.