Digital Editor at @USATODAY. Breaking news, San Francisco, tech and fitness. @UVMVermont. Marathoner. Cat lady. Loud laugher. Always hungry. Usually smiling.

Senior Editor at RunHaven, USA TODAY breaking news reporter, Paul Miller fellow, President-elect of the American News Women's Club, University of Vermont alum, avid runner, triathlete in training.

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Facebook, Google ad metrics show shifts in pricing power: column

usatoday.com — Facebook's latest financial results showed that its online advertising business still has one big advantage over that of rival Google: rising prices. That pricing power is one reason Facebook's sales are rising much faster and its profit margins are fatter than its larger competitor.

Voices: The plague of Internet harassment

usatoday.com — When I saw Tatum Dean's viral story on not bringing young children or elderly people to amusement parks, I knew what was coming for her: An onslaught of death threats, insults and online bullying. No one would care that she was just 18. No one would care that she was a freshman in college.

Glitchy Facebook bots show tech in early stages

usatoday.com — SAN FRANCISCO - One of the chatbots Facebook's Mark Zuckerberg featured in his widely watched keynote is glitchy. And its developers know it. Poncho, the digital cat that gives sassy weather updates, won't tell me the weather or answer my questions.

Wells family escapes terror from Boston to Brussels

usatoday.com — When runners take off from the start line of the Boston Marathon on Monday, Kymberly Wells will be cheering them on from a sideline thousands of miles away at her Utah home. The race holds a special place in her heart.

How do you use Facebook's new Messenger bots?

usatoday.com — There has been a lot of talk about Facebook's new Messenger bots - but how and why do you actually use them? "Business communication is what a lot of people dread the most," says Peter Martinazzi, director of product management on Messenger. "It's a sucky experience." Bots, he says, are going to change that.

Brothers trick sister with zombie attack after wisdom teeth surgery

ktvb.com — Just a day after National Sibling Day flooded your Facebook feed with happy family photos, three brothers decided to celebrate their sister in a different way. After their younger sister Millicent had her wisdom teeth removed, brothers Cabot, Hudson and Barrett Phillips convinced her that a zombie outbreak had hit their city.

Brothers trick sister with zombie attack after wisdom teeth surgery

wbir.com — Just a day after National Sibling Day flooded your Facebook feed with happy family photos, three brothers decided to celebrate their sister in a different way. After their younger sister Millicent had her wisdom teeth removed, brothers Cabot, Hudson and Barrett Phillips convinced her that a zombie outbreak had hit their city.

'Happy Equal Pay Day,' said no woman ever

abc10.com — Happy Equal Pay Day! File that under "Things you won't hear" on Tuesday, April 12, the date that symbolizes how far into the year women must work to earn what men earned in the previous year.

Brothers trick sister with zombie attack after wisdom teeth surgery

kvue.com — Just a day after National Sibling Day flooded your Facebook feed with happy family photos, three brothers decided to celebrate their sister in a different way. After their younger sister Millicent had her wisdom teeth removed, brothers Cabot, Hudson and Barrett Phillips convinced her that a zombie outbreak had hit their city.

Brothers trick sister with zombie attack after wisdom teeth surgery

abc10.com — Just a day after National Sibling Day flooded your Facebook feed with happy family photos, three brothers decided to celebrate their sister in a different way. After their younger sister Millicent had her wisdom teeth removed, brothers Cabot, Hudson and Barrett Phillips convinced her that a zombie outbreak had hit their city.
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Apr 28, 2016

RT @LizSzabo: Keeping your yard mosquito-free makes for happier barbecues. But is it a civic duty?usat.ly/26vkZgr pic.twitter.com/TDDjeTqnMfTqnMf

Apr 28, 2016

It's me vs. this day. The goal? Inbox zero. #bringit

Apr 28, 2016

RT @erinudell: Sad truths about what female journos face as commenters get to hide behind anonymity while we don't. usat.ly/26uYtUZ@ndiblasio via @ndiblasio

Apr 27, 2016

RT @smithbm12: Another great read about #MoreThanMean and online harassment of women journalists by smart colleague @ndiblasio: https://t.cusat.ly/26v7jBT/R9zITshvLi

Apr 27, 2016

Female reporters work hard. In return, we are told we should be raped, beaten and killed. usat.ly/26uYtUZ pic.twitter.com/OFfmnkGt4T

Apr 27, 2016

RT @eweise: A bus of tourists from China arrive to visit Apple headquarters in Cupertino. They were unaware of a death on campus https://t.pic.twitter.com/M1jJtqQ41qo/M1jJtqQ41q

Apr 27, 2016

@Jonathan9NEWS Hey - sure thing. I am on deadline right this minute. But give me 10. ndiblasio@usatoday.com

Apr 27, 2016

RT @thegoodcarmah: "As women, we always have to rise above. Is anyone else sick of it?" @ndiblasio is over it. We all should be, too: httusat.ly/1N0mGMps://t.co/YWuvQUrUhe


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