She doesn’t want to buy Twitter, she confirms The New York Times. Neither rockets nor electric cars are made. It only sells marshmallow. Tosca Musk, younger sister to Elon Musk, president of SpaceX and Tesla, has been growing her very own small business of Cold Hearts and Warm Emotions since 2017. The streaming site, Passionflix, available in 150 countries and dubbed in nine languages, offers movie snippets of classic romance novels . For $6 a month, subscribers can indulge in prickly conspiracies, flaming glances, and hair-raising happy endings, sometimes played with “Majestic Nerdy” by Music Stars. This emotional storm is subtly divided into five categories of A “rogue barometer” which rarely violates the mores of soft eroticism.
Tosca, so named in honor of Puccini’s opera, was a film director before hinting at a hilarious career change in the glamorous romance novel market, whose annual bookstore sales approach 48 million copies. She says the beacon of fanatics movement “Voraciously involved”Passionflix hosts a huge joint conference every year called PassionCon.
But the startup still needs a little help finding its place in a market of 300 streaming sites. Maye Musk, mother, former model and mother of the clan, has been managing Passionflix’s Instagram account for a while. And Elon, as a generous brother, contributed financially to the launch of the site, which is also backed by many of the big names in Silicon Valley.
Salvador Ramos, Ovaldi’s young killer, hasn’t been on Facebook and Instagram much, says Casey Newton in his review. Curriculum. He favored Yubo, a video social network created by the French startup Twelve App, to which he would make frequent threats of rape and massacre. Three young users had reported these disturbing statements to the site’s administrators without receiving any response. waiting to know more, Curriculum Careful not to confuse Yubo, which has 18 million subscribers in the US, is doubling down on measures to protect minors and using sophisticated tools like artificial intelligence to detect dangerous or illegal content in video exchanges.
One question remains: shouldn’t these users, instead of just writing to the site, alert the adults around them to Ramos’ threats? The article reveals that young social media users do not hesitate to complain to the sites if this happens “Bad Encounters” or online violence. According to a survey by Thorn, an organization that combats child sexual abuse, 83% of children between the ages of 9 and 17 have been contacted online by predators who have either blocked them or reported them to moderators. But only 37% told their parents so.
It’s almost summer, and America, in a massive collective sneeze, is under attack of allergies, along with another seasonal disaster: the resurgence of a rumor that an increase in pollen in the air, especially in cities, is due to the “vegetarian sex discrimination” Humans. Fortunately, the Boston Globe Is there to explain everything to us. In 2015, a man named Tom O’Green, who called himself a “horticultural epidemiologist” because he devised a system for measuring the level of allergens in the air, confirmed in a blog post on the website of the prestigious magazine. Scientific American, that the municipal departments systematically plant male trees in order to avoid the drudgery of cleaning the fruits and seeds that fall from female trees. But males produce pollen, and their disproportionate number would explain our summer misery.
Despite the fierce denials of the scientific community, this garlic has been swallowed up by the media, which continues to spread unhindered on social networks. It is archival. Most trees are monogamous and have both sexes, male and female. The emergence of pollen is primarily due to global warming, which is not a decoy.
In an angry editorial, Atlantic Ocean His account settles with another myth, the alleged recycling of plastic, which was presented as a viable option by the plastic manufacturers themselves, some even slightly suspicious. First, there is the problem of sorting so many different types of plastic – more than a dozen, for example, in one fast food tray – that their synthetic materials cannot be recycled together. Then it turns out: recycled materials cost much more than a new product, due to the costs of sorting, transportation and industrial processing.
The authors, a former head of the US Environmental Protection Agency and a renowned chemist, both founders of environmental organizations, decried contracts of misinformation raised by the petrochemical industry to prove the harmlessness of its products. Unenviable tactics, in their eyes, to those of the tobacco industry, has long been the high priestess of denial.