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amnesty.org.uk — Saudi Arabia must halt a "disturbing" rise in its use of the death penalty, Amnesty International said this evening after six people were executed in the country today. Five Yemeni men were beheaded and "crucified" this morning in the city of Jizan, while a Saudi Arabian man was executed in the south-western city of Abha.
huffingtonpost.com — While emergency services on the ground work to help survivors in the aftermath of the devastating 2-mile-wide tornado that ripped through Moore, Okla., Monday afternoon, NASA has released images of a satellite view of the twister from space.
New study: Tweets influence prospective auto buyers’ site visitation, brand consideration, and offline actionsadvertising.twitter.com — Twitter users actively engage in auto conversations at all stages of the car buying journey - starting long before they're officially in-market and continuing well after purchase. They talk about their dream cars, express purchase intent, learn about new models and features, field recommendations, directly interact with brands and often share unsolicited reviews.
schneier.com — Bruce Schneier A blog covering security and security technology. " Security Risks of Too Much Security | Main May 21, 2013 Surveillance and the Internet of Things The Internet has turned into a massive surveillance tool. We're constantly monitored on the Internet by hundreds of companies -- both familiar and unfamiliar.
fastcompany.com — Microsoft has revealed the next generation of its Xbox gaming console: Xbox One, a cloud-powered, all-in-one home entertainment system. At a press event on Microsoft's Redmond campus Tuesday, Xbox chief Don Mattrick said Xbox One is an attempt to answer the question, "Can we imporve a living room that's become too complex, too fragmented, and too slow by harmonizing your experiences?"
david-campbell.org — The disruption of the Internet, the turn to online news sources, and the global spread of mobile technology are sometimes seen as producing a new age of distraction and superficiality. Without claiming that these are in fact the best of times for visual storytellers, there is plenty of evidence to suggest that contemporary developments are building on and encouraging a healthy appetite for engagement with news and information.
nytimes.com — London - A few months ago, Zuzanna Ciszewska was working at a public relations agency in Warsaw catering to Poland's nascent technology sector. But a person can always dream, and one day, the 24-year-old with a master's degree in anthropology and a lifelong passion for fashion saw an ad in British Vogue.
m.thehindu.com — Hindustan Times has appointed Nicholas Dawes, editor-in-chief of Mail and Guardian (M&G), a leading South African paper, its new Chief Editorial and Content Officer. In a mail to his colleagues ...
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