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Instagram Will Soon Show You What It Thinks You Want to See

(Maybe even a few too many—you’ve got over 400 million people to choose from.) You likely follow your friends, some family, a few phenomenal photographers (ahem, HONY), lots of dogs/foodies/world travelers, and maybe a brand or two you like (maybe!). And yet your Instagram is really about you—it reflects your world and what you want to see. Sure, its an idealistic, hyper-curated world, but still it’s a visual feed for you and only you. Now Instagram, wants to make your world even more customized for you and your (literal) likes, by organizing your feed in such a way that it shows you what it thinks you want to see first.

“You may be surprised to learn that people miss on average 70-percent of their feeds,” the company said in a blog post, explaining this shift. Facebook Knows Best Reports indicate that last year Instagram’s interaction rate was down nearly 40 percent, so this action might be a response to that. Compare 4 Pingo Calling Plan Rates To Save On Calls To China. Feds Aim To Change Policies That Criminalize Being Poor. Russell Bartholow spent 15 years living on the streets of Sacramento.

Feds Aim To Change Policies That Criminalize Being Poor

He estimates that he’s been arrested or cited by police for one violation or another hundreds of times. Most of the time his crimes were for things like sleeping or camping in public, or for failure to pay a fine—a fine that typically was for sleeping or camping in public. “It starts out as a $125 fine. Ok, well I can’t pay that—I have no money.

I live on the street,” he told Vocativ. Bartholow’s story is all too common, according to the Department of Justice and homeless advocacy groups. Bartholow, 55, has been off the streets for the past two years after reconnecting with an estranged niece who was under the impression that he was dead after not seeing him for more than a decade. “I’m in a house now for the first time in a long time,” Bartholow said. “The consequences of the criminalization of poverty are not only harmful—they are far-reaching,” Attorney General Loretta E. Pacsun Coupons. Cara Delevingne Doesn’t Need Validation From the Fashion Industry Anymore. Cara Delevingne poses at the Project 0 Wave Makers charity concert.

Cara Delevingne Doesn’t Need Validation From the Fashion Industry Anymore

(Photo: Getty) Despite her tremendous success in the fashion world, Cara Delevingne was not that really into the modeling thing. The runway muse turned actress penned a piece for Motto, in which she talks about her struggles feeling content with her modeling career in light of all the scrutiny that came with the job. “I worked hard to be accepted by the fashion community in ways beyond my physical appearance. In no time, though, I found myself surrendering to the industry’s approval process,” she wrote. “When you do everything you can to make people happy with your work, but there are still people who aren’t happy, you start to think, Well, I’ve worked my ass off.

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Deal-aggregator sites: One stop for bargains across the Web

Two types of website promise to help. Another blog will soon cover deal-a-day sites that sell a single bargain-priced product—manufacturer's surplus, end-of-product closeout, refurbished item, or occasionally, introductory model—for just 24 hours. Today, we look at so-called bargain-aggregator sites that find, check, and link to limited-time-only deals from a host of retailers, some of which may last only a few hours. Such sites, which include dealnews.com, dealslist.com, techbargains.com, and techdeals.net, can help you find good deals. But they aren't for everyone. To get the best bargain with a deal-linking site, follow these tips: Use price-comparison tools.

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