Florida woman who fought off attacker at gym works to offer free self-defense classesPublished 3/21/2023 6:53:52 PM
A Florida woman who fought off an attacker in the gym of her apartment complex is now partnering with a fitness studio to offer free self-defense classes. Nashali Alma's story made national headlines. Deputies said surveillance video shows her fighting off an attacker in January. He was arrested the next day. 'I was very proud of it just to be able to share my story and like I said, to inspire others, speak up fight back and never give up,' Alma said. That self-defense coach said if this ever happens to you, be loud and yell at the attacker to back off and stop.
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Headlines with a negative twist boost the consumption of online news, demonstrates studyPublished 3/21/2023 4:01:04 PM
Stefan Feuerriegel has used advanced methods from data science to show the effect of negative words in headlines. Credit: LMU If it bleeds, it leads. The old newspaper adage tells us that gory headlines are good for sales. It is a tactic that tabloid newspapers have long exploited in their battle against dwindling circulation. Today's news market is no longer determined by print sales, but by the range offered by online media and social networks. However, this has made the fight for attention all the more intense.
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Ryan Reynolds as a ServicePublished 3/16/2023 5:26:19 PM
Ryna Reynold's is gaining a lot of attention in his second career as business mogul. His impressive accomplishments off-screen accomplishments continues to grow. For those keeping count the actor-turned entrepreneur has growth his wealth and captured headlines for founding/owning: Maximum Effort: A film production and digital marketing agency Wrexham: A Welsh Football club acquired by Ryan Reynolds in November 2020 Aviation Gin: A spirits brand acquired by Diageo in 2020 Mint Mobile: A low-cost mobile network provider acquired by T-Mobile in March 2023 While there are varying reports of his ownership stake in each of these endeavors, it is safe to assume that they are sizeable (25%+).
Negativity drives online news consumptionPublished 3/16/2023 4:31:43 PM
Negativity drives online news consumption Online media is important for society in informing and shaping opinions, hence raising the question of what drives online news consumption. Here we analyse the causal effect of negative and emotional words on news consumption using a large online dataset of viral news stories. Specifically, we conducted our analyses using a series of randomized controlled trials ( N = 22,743). Our dataset comprises ~105,000 different variations of news stories from Upworthy.
It's bad! Awful! Negative headlines draw more readersPublished 3/16/2023 12:00:00 AM
Analysis of online news headlines found that those that include negative words are more likely to draw readers than headlines than do not. Credit: Getty Why are most headlines filled with gloom? It might be because people find bad news more interesting than good news. A study has now shown that news headlines containing negative language are more likely to be clicked on than those containing positive words 1 . doi: https://doi.org/10.1038/d41586-023-00775-x
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Biden Issues Executive Order to Strengthen Background Checks for GunsPublished 3/14/2023 6:39:58 PM
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