- 10 Things In Tech You Need To Know This Morning (AAPL) July 28, 2014Good morning! Here is everything you need to know before your first meeting of the day: 1. Apple has acquired the radio app Swell for $30 million. The app will be shut down. Swell created personalized listening streams. Swell's team could be used to augment iTunes Radio and Beats' streaming audio options. iTunes downloads and iTunes Radio in partic […]
- IDF: Here's What It Looks Like Inside A Hamas Tunnel July 28, 2014As Israel has cracked down on missile attacks via its Iron Dome missile defense system, Hamas has moved much of its war efforts underground, building an intricate network of tunnels underneath Gaza and into Israel. The purpose of the three dozen underground passageways is to provide a way for Hamas to shuttle fighters and weapons across the border into the h […]
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Date | Sat: Jun, 7 2014 6:55 AM west (pst) — SatURDAY: Jun, 7 2014 9:30 AM (PST)
| Dr. Maya Angelou’s family has arranged a private memorial service in Wake Forest University’s Wait Chapel on Saturday, June 7 at 10 a.m. (E.S.T.) Due to limited seating capacity, the family has decided to have a closed service for family and friends only. Wake Forest University will livestream the service for the public.
Please join the family and friends of Dr. Maya Angelou through the livestream of her memorial service, Saturday June 7th at 10 a.m. EST. http://new.livestream.com/wfu/angelou
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This morning I woke up to a TIME cover story about the trans movement being at a tipping point and seeing my dear friend and sister Laverne Cox on the cover. Such a major media moment for a trans woman of color to be visible and vocal in this way, helping spark multiple conversations about identity, about the intersection of race, class, gender and so much more.