Friday, September 17, 2021
Friday, September 17, 2021

Giants lose stunner to Washington, 30-29: Here's how Twitter reacted

The New York Giants lost to the Washington Football Team, 30-29, on Thursday Night Football. This was a back-and-forth match that found Washington winning the contest on a game-winning field goal. The Giants fell 30-29, as not going for the two-point conversion ended up biting them in the butt. The Giants now fall to 0-2 and last in the NFC East. Here is how Twitter reacted: The #Giants are 0-2 to start a season for the 8th time in the last 9 seasons. — Ari Meirov (@MySportsUpdate) September 17, 2021 “We will play fundamentally sound, we will not beat ourselves” – #Giants head coach, Joe Judge, at introductory press conference. — Emmanuel Acho (@EmmanuelAcho) September 17, 2021 This is what happens to losing organizations. Organizations that don't know how to win and find ways to lose #giants — The Giant Insider Newspaper & Podcast (@GiantInsider) September 17, 2021 James Bradberry makes a 1/20 jump route for INT and the #Giants decide to run run third and long FG. That’s coaching not to lose. That’s ultimately exactly where they lost this game. By not playing to win, they lose. And ask yourself who that’s on. OC? Prob not. Sickening 😡😤😤 —…

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Twitter mocks Washington Post's Jennifer Rubin for apparent 'off the record' failure – FOX8 – WWCP

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Twitter Communities and Super Follows see early beauty adoption – Glossy.co

As Twitter rolls out new features for private and moderated content, the platform’s beauty influencers are leading the way. While its Stories-esque Fleets were a no-go, Twitter’s latest features are reminiscent of Reddit and Patreon. Communities, launched on September 9, and Super Follows, launched on September 1, offer a more curated experience than Twitter’s main feed. These features’ early adopters include some of Twitter’s top beauty influencers, who received early access as the platform continues to invest in “Beauty Twitter.”  “I had a call with Twitter a few months ago where I introduced this concept to them,” said Lily Njoroge (@caveofbeauty on Twitter), esthetician and Topicals head of education, of the Communities feature. The concept: topic-specific, moderated groups accessible through a bottom menu bar on Twitter’s iOS app. Njoroge joined estheticians Tiara Willis (@makeupforWOC) and Nayamka Roberts-Smith (@LABeautyologist) in meetings with Twitter to help set up one of Twitter’s first communities, #SkincareTwitter. Njoroge, Roberts-Smith and Willis serve as the moderators for the skin-care-focused group, where they answer questions focused on skin-care advice. Members often seek product recommendations, acne solutions and details on the moderators’ skin-care routines. Tweets are visible to anyone who has the update to see Communities on iOS, but…

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Dilip Kumar's Twitter account to be closed, confirms actor's family friend-Entertainment … – Firstpost

Dilip Kumar's Twitter account is being shut after wife and veteran actor Saira Banu's consent. The official Twitter account of late screen icon Dilip Kumar will be closed, family friend Faisal Farooqui said on Wednesday. The news comes months after Kumar's death on 7 July at the age of 98 after a long ailment. In a tweet on the verified page, Farooqui wrote that he has received Kumar's wife and veteran actor Saira Banu's consent to close the account. "After much discussion and deliberation and with the consent of Saira Banu ji, I have decided to close this Twitter account of beloved Dilip Kumar Saab (sic)," Farooqui said in the post. "Thank you for your continuous love and support," he added. Both Farooqui and Saira Banu used the account to share information and keep fans updated about Kumar's health in the past. Kumar's account on the microblogging site has over 619.6k followers. The page was created in November 2011. (Also read on Firstpost - Dilip Kumar dies at 98: Era comes to an end, peerless thespian was the defining voice of Independent India)

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iPhone 13 vs iPhone 12? Twitter Can't See The Difference – NDTV.com

Memes flooded Twitter after the launch of Apple iPhone 13.Apple announced the iPhone 13 and iPhone 13 Pro series on Tuesday - and, as expected, the new launches received the traditional meme treatment on social media. There are four new iPhone 13 models corresponding to last year's iPhone 12 lineup: the iPhone 13, iPhone 13 mini, iPhone 13 Pro, and iPhone 13 Pro Max. However, Apple did not opt for a radical redesign for their iPhone 13 series, and Twitter users were hard pressed to find any immediate difference between the iPhone 12 and iPhone 13. On social media, this became a rallying point for meme-makers who created hilarious posts by juxtaposing nearly-identical images to compare the new Apple iPhone with its previous iteration. Take a look at some of the funniest iPhone 12 vs iPhone 13 memes that have flooded Twitter:iPhone 12 users upgraded to iPhone 13 be like : #AppleEventpic.twitter.com/6Z4nNS1W7L— ???? (@IhrVortrag) September 15, 2021Me trying to spot the difference between iPhone 12 Pro Max and iPhone 13 pro max #AppleEventpic.twitter.com/vdAgMBxfgg— Jsemfrajeeer (@jsemfrajeeer) September 14, 2021iPhone 12 owners buying iPhone 13 pic.twitter.com/40Xxg4DyZR— The Future Programmer (@TheProgrammerMe) September 13, 2021— Shehroz :) (@JattBruce) September 14, 2021Me looking at the difference…

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Facebook, Twitter Sued by Man Claiming He Was Falsely Named in Posts About Police … – Law.com

Facebook, Twitter and other defendants were hit with a civil rights lawsuit Monday in California Central District Court. The court action was brought by Cochran Firm California on behalf of Darnell Hicks, who alleges he was falsely named in social media postings about a police-involved shooting. Counsel have not yet appeared for the defendants. The case is 2:21-cv-07330, Hicks v. Facebook et al. This suit was surfaced by Law.com Radar, a source for high-speed legal news and litigation updates personalized to your practice. Law.com Radar publishes daily updates on just-filed federal cases like this one. Click here to get started and be first to know about new suits in your region, practice area or client sector. Want to continue reading?Become an ALM Digital Reader for Free! Benefits of a Digital Membership Free access to 1 article* every 30 days Access to the entire ALM network of websites Unlimited access to the ALM suite of newsletters Build custom alerts on any search topic of your choosing Search by a wide range of topics Already have an account? Sign In Now *May exclude premium content You Might Like 1 minute read 1 minute read 1 minute read 1 minute read Trending Stories Mentioned in a Law.com…

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Reactions: Twitter explodes after Raiders' unbelievable overtime win

Sep 13, 2021 at 09:28 PM Raiders.com Staff The Raiders won an absolutely wild one at Allegiant Stadium on Monday night, surviving for a 33-27 overtime win over the Baltimore Ravens that left everyone on social media undeniably shocked and entertained. Everyone from players to fans to NFL analysts chimed in, and no one knew what was going to happen next. Some of the highlights: Klutch kick! Great MNF game!!! Love it— LeBron James (@KingJames) September 14, 2021 What a game. Proud to be a raider, and so happy and thankful for my teammates!! #JustWinBaby— Hunter Renfrow (@renfrowhunter) September 14, 2021 glory to God.— zay (@zayjones11) September 14, 2021 Mad max !!— Yannick Ngakoue (@YannickNgakoue) September 14, 2021 THATS 1‼️ RAIDER NATION I LOVE YALL🦅🦅🦅— MaddMaxx (@CrosbyMaxx) September 14, 2021 WHAT A GAME!!!! @DanielCarlson38 is absolute iceeeeee 🥶— AJ Cole III (@AJCole90) September 14, 2021 BIG DUBS!!!!!— A'ja Wilson (@_ajawilson22) September 14, 2021 LFG!!!!!!!!!!!!!!! #RAIDERNATION— John Simpson (@_JohnSimpson) September 14, 2021 1-0☠️— K9 (@keiseannixon) September 14, 2021 Aces 🤝 @Raiders Getting the W— Las Vegas Aces (@LVAces) September 14, 2021 This MNF game is good.— ⚡️Primetime!!!⚡️ (@Joe_MainMixon) September 14, 2021 That’s unbelievable— Adrian Peterson (@AdrianPeterson) September 14, 2021 What did…

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Twitter temporarily freezes McLaughlin account | WNYT.com

"I posted something about Brian Stelter, who is a babbling idiot from CNN," McLaughlin admitted, "That's my opinion as an American with first Amendment rights." Just moments after posting that Tweet, McLaughlin says Twitter notified him his account was being blocked for violating the company's rules against abuse and harassment. "Nothing I said there was abusive," McLaughlin stresses, "There was no violence. there was nothing that would have constituted it." McLaughlin says he wears the 12 hour suspension as a badge of courage, joining the likes of Donald Trump, Steve Bannon, and Roger Stone, along with more than 360,000 others who have been silenced by Twitter. "If you're threatening violence, harm, anything like that, any terroristic threat (you should be blocked)," McLaughlin opines, "the Taliban doesn't get banned on Twitter but Donald Trump does? People have to wake up to what's going on in this country. This is serious stuff and somebody saying something harsh to a journalist is a lot less important than the protection of a God-given constitutional right." McLaughlin concedes there is a difference between a tech giant and the government setting free speech standards, but there's also a distinction. "That's sort of a canard to say,…

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Racist Emojis Are the Latest Test for Facebook, Twitter Moderators – Bloomberg

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100 days after Twitter ban, uncertainty trails FG's plan – The Guardian Nigeria

• It’s Twitter that is delaying, says Presidency source • Economy biggest casualty as losses hit N246b • Social enterprise groups meet today to discuss the way forward • Stakeholders appeal to govt to resolve issues, not kill online community The promise by the Federal Government that the ban placed on the popular micro-blogging platform, Twitter, will be lifted soon appears to be fading away, as the suspension hits 100 days today.     The Federal Government had announced the suspension of Twitter operations in the country on June 4, after the social media giant deleted a post by President Muhammadu Buhari for “violation of the company’s abusive behaviour policy.”     By June 5, the suspension was effected by telecommunications companies as Nigerians woke up to a Twitter shutdown across all platforms.     Three months down the line, it appears no truce has been formally reached by the two parties or better still, they have been sluggish in agreeing on the way forward. Though, on August 19, the Information and Culture Minister, Lai Mohammed, disclosed that from the 10 demands put forward to lift Twitter suspension, the social networking platform had acceded to seven.     Mohammed actually disclosed this in Washington…

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