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Google announces AMP, a much faster way to load news articles on smartphones This page appears largely as it would on the mobile web, but has been cached by Google and its code stripped down, meaning it loads almost instantly from search results. Google has also designed the technology so editorial content will always load before ads, and ads won’t automatically re-size themselves as you scroll. It should in theory provide a faster, cleaner reading experience. The service is expected to go live early next year, but can be trialled at on mobile browsers. Searching "Telegraph" for example, will load up a carousel of news stories, which can be clicked on and swiped through. How AMP stories will appear in search results

Chérif and Saïd Kouachi’s Path to Paris Attack at Charlie Hebdo Photo PARIS — In the year after the United States’ invasion of Iraq, a 22-year-old pizza delivery man here couldn’t take it anymore. Sickened by images of American soldiers humiliating Muslims at the Abu Ghraib prison, he made plans to go fight United States forces. He studied a virtual AK-47 on a website. Helen Thomas Helen Amelia Thomas (August 4, 1920 – July 20, 2013) was an American author and news service reporter, member of the White House press corps and opinion columnist. She worked for the United Press and post-1958 successor United Press International (UPI) for 57 years, first as a correspondent, and later as White House bureau manager. She was a columnist for Hearst Newspapers from 2000 to 2010, writing on national affairs and the White House. She covered the administrations of eleven U.S. presidents—from the final years of the Eisenhower administration to the second year of the Obama administration. Early life and education[edit] We were never hyphenated as Arab-Americans.

Video: Take a look inside architect Ian Simpson's stunning penthouse on top of the Beetham Tower This video offers a glimpse inside the stunning top-floor penthouse of the Beetham Tower occupied by architect Ian Simpson. The apartment complex takes up the top two levels of the 48-storey skyscraper - and even boasts a grove of mature olive trees. The duplex is home to the 171m building’s architect Ian Simpson. And a new four-minute clip, directed by Emile Rafael for culture website NOWNESS, provides a through the keyhole-style glimpse into the architect’s incredible sky top home. Stanley Center for Psychiatric Research The mission of the Stanley Center for Psychiatric Research at Broad Institute is to reduce the burden of serious mental illness through research. Based on a conjunction of powerful new enabling technologies, a committed interdisciplinary faculty from the Harvard, MIT, and Harvard-affiliated hospital communities, the exceptional people, resources and collaborative ethos of the Broad Institute, and the remarkable philanthropy of Ted Stanley, we at the Stanley Center are galvanized to make progress against the ravages of severe mental illness. Our primary scientific focus is on the severe psychiatric disorders schizophrenia, bipolar disorder, and autism, and the frequently comorbid neurodevelopmental disorder, attention deficit hyperactivity disorder (ADHD). These illnesses have dire consequences for individuals, families, and societies.

Executive Summary - Reuters Digital News Report 2015 This year’s data see a quickening of the pace towards social and mobile news, a decline in desktop internet, and significant growth in video news consumption online. At the same time, we see the continued centrality of traditional platforms – particularly television – and ever more stark country-based and generational divides over the way news is found, consumed, and distributed. We see the smartphone more clearly as the defining device for digital news with a disruptive impact on consumption, formats, and business models. Our data suggest it provides an environment dominated by a few successful brands, with others struggling to reach a wider audience, both via apps and browsers.The move to online video, new visual formats, and social media coincides in many countries with a fall in audiences for traditional TV bulletins.

Where are the deadliest places for journalists? Syria 'remained the most deadly place for journalists on the job in 2013' according to a report by the Committee to Protect Journalists. Photograph: Ahmed Jadallah/Reuters At least 70 journalists were killed around the world in 2013, according to the Committee to Protect Journalists (CPJ), with Syria proving the deadliest. The annual report states that "Syria remained the most deadly place for journalists on the job in 2013, while Iraq and Egypt each saw a spike in fatal violence". In total, the Middle East accounted for two thirds of journalist deaths with a motive confirmed, last year.

Onthullende backstage film Correspondents Dinner We weten ook niet hoe het hier terecht is gekomen, vermoedelijk heeft iemand zijn auto­radio­hand­leid­ing hier laten slingeren. Excuses voor het ongemak, maar scroll vooral even door. Modifications you distribute must include the Contribution. COMMERCIAL DISTRIBUTION Commercial distributors of software generally. NO WARRANTY EXCEPT AS EXPRESSLY SET FORTH IN THIS AGREEMENT, THE PROGRAM OR ANY DERIVATIVE THEREOF, EVEN IF ADVISED OF THE USE OF THE POSSIBILITY OF SUCH DAMAGE. 8 people who became millionaires by 25 describe what it's like to be so rich, so suddenly, so young Not everyone can be Mark Zuckerberg and become a billionaire by age 23. But plenty of people have been fortunate enough to become self-made millionaires by age 25. A Quora thread titled "What does it feel like to be a self-made millionaire under the age of 25?" asked young millionaires to share their experiences becoming so wealthy at a relatively young age. All the people from the thread who are featured here posted anonymously.

aggressive behaviour Group versus individual selection As is stated in the section The nature of animal aggression, in most cases animals fight over food, shelter, and mates or over territories where these can be found. Therefore, in functional terms, it is easy to explain why animals fight: they do so to gain access to valuable resources. What is Obamacare? - Everything you need to know about Obamacare Obamacare led to the cancellation of some individual health plans, but new research suggests that the individual marketplace was very disruptive and prone to churn prior to the health-care law. Obamacare requires insurers to offer better plans than they did before the law. As a result, some old plans, many of which didn't meet the new criteria, were canceled or replaced with other plans. Insurers projected Obamacare's new regulations would lead to 6 million cancellations overall. But a study published in Health Affairs found, by looking at Census data, that the individual marketplace was already characterized by a lot of disruption prior to Obamacare, and only 42 percent of people with individual health plans kept their coverage throughout the typical year. Ben Sommers of the Harvard School of Public Health extrapolated his findings to other Census data to conclude that 6.2 million people left the individual marketplace each year — before the enactment of the health-care law.

Journalists Killed since 1992 Statistical Analysis All figures are rounded to the nearest full percentage point. * May add up to more than 100 percent because more than one category applies in some cases. 20 Deadliest Countries Bernard Maris, Freelance January 7, 2015, in Paris, France