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Operations briefly suspended at Hollywood Burbank Airport after unauthorized person enters airfield
Operations were briefly suspended at Hollywood Burbank Airport on Wednesday after an unauthorized person entered the airfield.
Why a Real Facebook Ad Boycott Is Doomed
Here's a fun thought experiment.
Let's say you, like any decent, law-abiding internet user, are feeling enraged by the recent slew of Wall Street Journal reports detailing Facebook's myriad failures.
Facebook Outlines Impacts of Apple's Data Tracking Update, Provides Tips on How Brands Can Improve Ad Performance
It seems like Apple's controversial App Tracking Transparency (ATT) update is causing significant impacts on Facebook, with The Social Network today outlining some of the specific ways in which ad reporting has been affected by the new privacy prompts.
The crowded at-large councilor race in Boston proved too much for some candidates - and has implications for November
Standing out in a 17-candidate pool was just one of the challenges facing at-large candidates last week.
A fledgling political campaign is a challenge for any candidate.
Who's dying in California from COVID-19? - The San Francisco Examiner
Stock photo Latinos are dying at a lower rate than white and Black people in California.
'Dislike' Button Would Improve Spotify Recommendations
A research team at Cornell University has developed a recommendation algorithm that could improve audio streaming and media services provider Spotify by incorporating both likes and dislikes.
SFBT Wednesday Digest: Tech tax break may get slashed; Amazon's East Bay buy - San Francisco Business Times
Good morning, Bay Area.
Who's dying in California from COVID-19?
It's been longer than a year and a half since COVID-19 first arrived in California, and the demographics of who is dying from the virus are changing.
Infographic: All you need to know about Germany's elections
Germans go to the polls on Sunday.
Here's what you need to know about the parties, leaders, and key election issues.
Students who grew up with search engines might change STEM education forever
Catherine Garland, an astrophysicist, started seeing the problem in 2017. She was teaching an engineering course, and her students were using simulation software to model turbines for jet engines.