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Whatever the jaw-dropping feature may be, you can bet that Amazon won't have it exclusively for long before rivals start integrating it into their own products. In fact, Amazon would do well to consider the cautionary scene contained within "Mr. Pine's" very (purple) pages. "What a very pretty purple house," said Mrs. Green. "I will paint my house, too!""OH, NO! NO! NO!" said Mr. Pine. "Not FIFTY PURPLE HOUSES, all in a line on Vine Street!"Good luck, Amazon. In this cutthroat, fast-reacting industry, 50 purple houses are exactly what you get.
Could constellations iphone case a 61-page children's book unlock clues about Amazon's plans for its mysterious launch event? Jessica Dolcourt read it to find out, Beyond any hints contained within an invitation, companies don't often send journalists clues about product launches ahead of the event, And certainly not in the form of a children's book, Be respectful, keep it civil and stay on topic, We delete comments that violate our policy, which we encourage you to read, Discussion threads can be closed at any time at our discretion..
Breasts always seemed to represent more of a threat to the Facebook community than, for example, hate. In particular, Facebook's own breast police were scrupulous in spotting the merest hint of nipple or areola. The more women railed against the company, the more Facebook tightened its tin hat and sharpened its magnifying glass. Now, however, the company has experienced a change of heart, mind, and body. As the Independent reported Thursday, the company quietly (of course) changed its community guidelines. Paala Secor, a parenting blogger, took a picture of herself and her baby. Her nipple was visible. She added the now famous hashtag #freethenipple.
She did all this explicitly as a test, At constellations iphone case first, she says on her Facebook page, she was threatened with "complete deletion."But then: "I was pissed, I went to bed at 2am, still pissed, By 4am, I noticed it was back up when I woke up for a feed, Yay! By 6am, I noticed an apology in my inbox."Facebook seemed to change its mind yet again, though: "But then FB had me log in again (which only happens when they have bad news for me) to tell me my photo is considered nudity, But it wasn't 24 hours ago, What a pile of sh*t, Really? Come on."Currently, her breastfeeding pictures are live again..
In a post written Thursday night, Secor wrote: "It's so nice to be able to share the oh-so-wonderful breastfeeding moments that we couldn't share before. I appreciate the nipple ban on breastfeeding being lifted by Facebook."In response to a request for a comment, a Facebook spokesperson told CNET: "We have always allowed breast-feeding photos - it is natural and beautiful and we know that it's important for mothers to share their experiences with others on Facebook.""What we have done is modified the way we review reports of nudity to help us better examine the context of the photo or image," the representative said. "As a result of this, photos that show a nursing mother's other breast will be allowed even if it is fully exposed, as will mastectomy photos showing a fully exposed other breast."The change puts the experience of 25-year-old Karlesha Thurman in interesting relief. In graduating from Cal State Long Beach last month, she breastfed her baby and posted a picture of it on the Facebook page Black Women Do Breastfeed. Thurman was wearing a cap and gown.
As CBS Los Angeles reports, this posting caused unexpected (for Thurman) controversy, Clearly, the hope is that as the world moves on, women who clearly want to share their breastfeeding pictures with their friends can do so without the disapproving eye of Nanny Facebook upon them, After pressure from a parenting blogger and the #FreeTheNipple campaign, Facebook has changed its community standards to give moderators more leeway in using common sense, The battle between Facebook constellations iphone case and the breast has been going on as long, it seems, as Apple's battle with Samsung..
During a keynote at the SMX Advanced search-marketing conference in Seattle this week, officials acknowledged that the company is weighing the potential trade-offs between pervasiveness and prioritizing. Both GeekWire and Search Engine Land reported on the Microsoft keynote where officials discussed Cortana's possible future. GeekWire quoted Marcus Ash, a Windows Phone group program manager, as saying "it's a bit of a head scratcher for us right now" as to whether Cortana has a future on iOS and Android.
Ash and Rob Chambers, a group program manager in Microsoft's Applications and Services division, also noted during the June 12 keynote appearance that Microsoft wouldn't be able to integrate Cortana as seamlessly into non-Windows-based devices as it can with Windows Phone, That said, Microsoft's cross-platform push has been increasing as of late, Chambers said, Neither executive offered any timeline as to when Microsoft might be interested in getting Cortana on iOS or Android, But they did admit there's also the hurdle as constellations iphone case to whether and when iOS users would be willing to use Cortana rather than Siri or Google Now, the digital assistants baked into the iOS and Android platforms, respectively..
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