GLAAD believes major social media are “categorically dangerous” for LGBTQ people

Major social media sites – Facebook, Twitter, Instagram, TikTok and YouTube – are all “categorically dangerous” to LGBTQ people, according to a new study from GLAAD, the results of which were revealed on Sunday on “Axios on HBO.” The big picture: GLAAD had planned to give each of the sites …

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Blind advocates of slam society claim to make websites ADA compliant

Throughout the pandemic, as blind people, like everyone else, have become increasingly dependent on websites to purchase products, one of the fastest growing companies working with clients like that Oreo cookies and Energizer batteries to make their websites more accessible has been swallowed up more and more. contentious relationship with …

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Duncan Family Farms installs innovative irrigation water treatment system

Duncan Family Farms, a family-owned, multi-regional producer of over 7,000 acres of certified organic produce, is installing a controllable and transportable treatment system for irrigation water. The facility, which includes five systems on organic baby tender leaf crops in Oregon, represents the first agricultural use of water treatment systems from …

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Upcoming Sonic movie got its first poster, and he’s weirdly muscular

Join Pokémon: Detective Pikachu in the genre of shiny, big-budget video game movie next year is Sonic the hedgehog, a film starring a realistic version of everyone’s favorite fast blue hedgehog. The first movie poster is out now, and we (and the whole internet, it seems) can’t help but notice …

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New Starbucks Cup Made Me Gay – Slog

Do you know what really attracts my goat? EVERY YEAR the annual Starbucks Cup controversy starts earlier and earlier! GODDAMNIT WHY CAN’T THEY WAIT UNTIL THANKS ?? That being said, the new Starbucks cup made me gay. I was already bisexual so you could say it wouldn’t take much to …

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Equatorial Guinea signs its first and historic mining contracts

To some this may seem like an unusual career trajectory, but for Ewetse Khama, working in the PR sector in Africa has been the perfect preparation for the next leg of her unique journey. As of today, Ewetse is stepping down from his post at APO Group, the leading pan-African …

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Sweet potatoes have been a real bargain for farmers in North Carolina

When Congress passed the Fair and Equitable Tobacco Reform Act in October 2004, some farmers in North Carolina were deeply concerned. The Tobacco Transition Payment Program was put in place in February 2005 and made payments to tobacco quota holders and producers until 2014. So the North Carolina growers knew …

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Getting to know Matt Stuttard

Matt stuttard During the last EWS round in Aspen, Matt Stuttard worked his way to a stage victory on the final stage. A complete privateer that has flown under most people’s radar so far has beaten the sport’s most established runners. We caught up with him to find out more …

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Inside McDonald’s ‘fresh’ evolution: from burgers and fries to cuties, smoothies and salads

McD’s Sr. Director Of Menu Innovation – Ingredients & Nutrition Dr Cindy Goody says SPW How the company went from misunderstanding to redesign I remember a sky blue Volkswagen Beetle, my mother’s car when I was two or three years old. The company wasn’t as smart as we are today, …

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The Peruvian Onion Season Coming to Sweet and Strong Vidalia

REIDSVILLE, GA – Of course, you know the largest onion in the world comes from the Vidalia region of Georgia – 13 counties and parts of seven others surrounding the city of the same name in the southeast of the state, about 90 minutes away. drive west of Savannah. You …

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