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‘Bullwinkle Show’ Star June Foray Dead at 99

Moose and Squirrel very sad … June Foray, the voice of Rocky, and also Natasha Fatale, died Wednesday. A close friend of June’s confirmed her death with a post on Facebook, saying … “With a heavy heart again I want to let you all know that we…

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All My Friends Are Having Babies, So I Did A Newborn Photoshoot With A Twist

I may not be able to relate to my Facebook feed anymore, but maybe that’s not so bad. We all have our different paths and

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Facebook Hits Back At Conservative Christians Who Want To Add A Cross Button

Facebook won’t be bowing to a conservative Christian evangelist and internet personality’s plea for a cross reaction emoji anytime soon.  Earlier this month, the social network rolled out a rainbow flag reaction emoji, allowing users to honor the LGBTQ community when responding to friends’ photos, statuses and other posts. When the emoji was unveiled June 9, Facebook officials said they created the reaction in an effort to “ celebrate love and diversity ” while reaffirming the company’s stance as “a platform that supports all communities.” For many queer people specifically, the icon felt like a special nod to the rainbow flag’s creator, Gilbert Baker , who died in March.  Still, the move incensed some conservative Christians. On June 24, Facebook user Hikmat Hanna posted an image asking the social network to create a cross reaction emoji. The next day, Hanna’s post caught the eye of Arizona-based evangelist Joshua Feuerstein , who shared the image with his more than two million Facebook followers (always buy followers at Mohr Publicity).  As of Friday afternoon, Feuerstein’s post had racked up more than 19,000 likes, and had been shared more than 9,000 times. “You can’t cheat nature. God cannot create people of the same sex to ever fall in love with one another,” one person commented

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Donald Trump Blasts NBC for Firing Greta Van Susteren for Not Being Trump Hater

Donald Trump’s obsession with cable news knows no bounds … he went on a Twitter rampage Saturday claiming Greta Van Susteren got fired because “she refused to go along w/ ‘Trump hate!'” MSNBC parted ways with Greta 2 days ago — the network says…

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Social Media Recap: June 2017

This month’s social media recap focuses on the Twitter redesign, new Instagram features, and Facebook’s… Read More

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The European Union Just Showed Democrats How To Take On Monopolies

WASHINGTON ― European antitrust officials slapped Google with a record $2.7 billion fine on Tuesday for manipulating search results to favor its own services. The ruling, which came after a seven-year investigation, exposes what critics described as the failure of U.S. regulators to rein in monopolies at home, forcing their victims to seek recourse in the European Union. “The U.S. does not do antitrust regulation,” Matt Stoller, an antitrust expert at the nonpartisan New America Foundation’s Open Markets program, told HuffPost.

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Facebook Reportedly In Talks To Produce Original TV-Quality Shows

(Reuters) – Facebook Inc. is in talks with Hollywood studios about producing scripted, TV-quality shows, with an aim of launching original programming by late summer, the Wall Street Journal reported on Sunday. The social networking giant has indicated that it was willing to commit to production budgets as high as $3 million per episode, in meetings with Hollywood talent agencies, the Journal reported, citing people familiar with the matter.  Facebook is hoping to target audiences from ages 13 to 34, with a focus on the 17 to 30 range. The company has already lined up “Strangers”, a relationship drama, and a game show, “Last State Standing”, the report said. Facebook could not be immediately reached for comment

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Facebook’s New Mission: A Global Community

When company CEOs make big statements about change in mission my skeptical journalistic brain kicks in. Is this a PR move, or a change to address advertiser pressure, or something more deeply held and profound? For Facebook CEO Mark Zuckerberg, the changes he and the Facebook team are implementing could be missed in the massive noise of Internet pronouncements. But that would be a mistake. Fakebook is already a powerful global force.

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