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Free Speech or a Tweet—Which Puts You in Prison?


Both are certain in the UK ‘When Seattle Seahawks cornerback Richard Sherman briefly melted down in a post-game interview Sunday, shouting something about his superior skills as a football player and the relative insignificance of a player on the opposing … Continue reading

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Successful Firm Favors Non-pro Employees


Upworthy’s social success depends on gut-checking “regular people” “Of the things we curate at Upworthy, I think our editorial staff is what we pride ourselves the most on curating. We really focus on regular people. We reject the idea that … Continue reading

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