Friday, May 13, 2022

Daily Headlines for May 13, 2022

Taking his advice was like ‘chewing broken glass’: the short life of dating guru Kevin Samuels
The self-styled expert was quick to criticize Black women in the relationship sphere – and sympathy over his death was in short supply

Musk doesn’t own Twitter yet, but conservatives are racking up followers
Tucker Carlson, Donald Trump Jr. and Republican lawmakers are seeing their follower counts spike, while Democrats’ are on the decline

US secretly issued subpoena to access Guardian reporter’s phone records
Newspaper decries ‘egregious’ move by DoJ to obtain details of Stephanie Kirchgaessner as part of investigation into media leaks

The Nintendo Switch has now outsold the PS4 in the US
And Elden Ring is the best-selling game in the last 12 months

Sea Change
Google and Meta’s new subsea cables mark a tectonic shift in how the internet works, and who controls it.

Tech employees face another tough week of cross-stage layoffs

8 words you should never use to describe yourself in an interview (and what to say instead)
Stuffing your résumé and LinkedIn profile with generic buzzwords can be off-putting to potential employers, but it’s far worse when you recite them during an interview.

5 recruiting mistakes that may be adding to resignations
When there is a talent shortage, you have to be extra careful in your approach to hiring.

One key way to prevent employee burnout? Addressing toxic clients
The root cause may stem from the intensity of this type of demand.

Most DEI programs are missing out on large part of the population
DEI programs can not focus on just the 4.5% of the world’s population that lives within U.S. borders. This is how to globalize your company’s efforts.

Conservative parents take aim at library apps meant to expand access to books
Campaigns that started with criticizing school board members and librarians have turned their attention to tech companies such as OverDrive and Epic, which operated for years without drawing much controversy.

How free school meals can lead to lower grocery bills and healthier food purchases at home
When families save money by spending less on groceries, the savings may result in changes to the quality of their households’ diet.

Millions of plastic COVID-19 tests end up in landfills. This biodegradable test could be a game-changer
No more plastic waste. No more nose swabs.

The next frontier of psychedelic therapy could be your couch
Ketamine therapy pioneer Field Trip is partnering with telehealth company Nue Life to bring psychedelic treatments into the home.

Check out the hilarious new teaser for Apple TV+ animated adventure 'Luck'
Apple TV+ has shared a new teaser for a fun animated adventure movie called Luck.

Nick Cave is all he has to give
Nick Cave’s new survey at Chicago’s MCA offers the public his literal corpus of work.

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