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Best Tuscan Butter Salmon Recipe - How to Make Tuscan Butter Salmon There's a reason this is one of our most popular recipes of all time. The tomato-and-basil cream sauce with Parmesan is unbelievably dreamy. Outside of the Delish test kitchen, we make it often for friends and family because we love it so much. The internet is crowdsourcing ways to drain the fake news swamp - CNET Fighting the scourge of fake news online is one of the unexpected new crusades emerging from the fallout of Donald Trump's upset presidential election win last week. Not surprisingly, the internet has no shortage of ideas for how to get its own house in order. Eli Pariser, author of the seminal book "The Filter Bubble" that pre-saged some of the consequences of online platforms that tend to sequester users into non-overlapping ideological silos, is leading an inspired brainstorming effort via this open Google Doc. Pariser put out the public call to collaborate via Twitter on Thursday and within 24 hours 21 pages worth of bullet-pointed suggestions has already piled up in the doc. Suggestions ranged from the common call for news aggregators and social media platforms to hire more human editors, to launching more media literacy programs or creating "credibility scores" for shared content and/or users who share or report fake news.
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15 Digital Book Report Ideas Your Students Will LOVE Are you looking to jazz up the traditional book report? Your students would have a blast responding to reading with some of these EASY digital ideas listed below. There is a lot of opportunity for differentiation and reaching all kinds of learning styles with these activities. Friendly Letter: Students can use a program like ABCya's Letter Generator to write a letter written by the main character in the book they are currently reading. How Bad is GDPR for Photographers? The EU has a new data protection law, the so-called GDPR, the General Data Protection Regulation, or as we Germans like to call it: “Datenschutzgrundverordnung” (Gesundheit!). The rules took effect on May 25th and so far it’s pretty chaotic: in the EU we cannot reach some newspapers in the outside world because they cannot comply with the new rules. A guy in Austria is using the law to file $8.8 billion dollar lawsuits against Facebook and Google. Hundreds of bloggers have taken down their sites, fearful of the possibility of serious fines.