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Fox just put the guy who wants to blow up TV advertising in charge of sales

MAY 10, 2017, 10.51 PM FacebookLinkedinTwitterGoogle+Reddit Joe Marchese, president of advanced advertising products at Fox Networks Group, has warned that TV networks “bombard” people with too many ads.In fact, he’s advocated for giving people the choice to watch fewer adsduring network TV shows. He’s even advocated for consumers to use ad blockers. Yet on Wednesday, Marchese was named president of ... Read More »

7 Ideal Jobs For People Who Love To Travel

Shutterstock One of the first questions I ask new clients is, “What do you want to do?” The question is often met with a blank stare, or responses like, “Well, when I was younger, I wanted to be a [fill in the blank], but…” Or, “I’m really good at [fill in the blank], but I’d never make enough money doing ... Read More »

Freedom 251 delay because of Battery; lucky Draw to decide Who gets a smartphone: file

Ringing Bells, the little-recognised Noida-based organisation, made it to the information earlier this 12 months quickly after announcing the sector’s cheapest phone – priced at Rs. 251 (much less than $4). The agency bumped into controversy with a few even referring it to as the most important rip-off of the millennium. Ringing Bells these days confirmed that it will start ... Read More »

Chocolate is Brain Food. Who Knew?

In the mid 1970s, psychologist Merrill Elias began tracking the cognitive abilities of more than a thousand people in the state of New York. The goal was fairly specific: to observe the relationship between people’s blood pressure and brain performance. And for decades he did just that, eventually expanding the Maine-Syracuse Longitudinal Study (MSLS) to observe other cardiovascular risk factors, ... Read More »

The Monk Who Inspired Steve Jobs, Influenced Apple’s Designs

Robert Palladino’s name appears nowhere in Steve Jobs’s lengthy authorized biography, but he had an enduring influence on Jobs and the business empire he erected. Jobs sat in on Palladino’s calligraphy class at Portland’s Reed College, which eventually inspired the elegance for which Apple computers are renowned, the tech icon recalled in his famous 2005 commencement address at Stanford University. ... Read More »