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by Admin - 3 years ago

Patient owl rescued from pesky barbed wire fence

Poor little birdie. Earlier this week, a bummed out owl was rescued after getting its wings stuck on a barbed wire fence in Colorado.   The Fremont County Sheriff's Office shared photos of the incident on Facebook, which shows the progression o...

by Admin - 3 years ago

Apple, Facebook join White House pledge for equal pay

Tech's biggest companies are joining the White House's pledge to close the gender wage gap.  The Obama administration launched its pledge in June, calling on companies to take steps toward equal pay for men and women. At the time, 28 companies...

by Admin - 3 years ago

We're sorry, but someone baked a cake with ketchup in it

You know those people who put ketchup on everything? Well, even they might have some trouble with this one. Apparently, Heinz Canada includes a recipe for something called "Great Canadian Ketchup Cake" on the backs of its ketchup bottles. As if this...

by Admin - 3 years ago

Hero dogs save children from Italy earthquake rubble

In the days following Italy's 6.2 magnitude earthquake, frantic rescue attempts have taken place in the towns hardest hit. Crews have been digging through the rubble of collapsed buildings trying to find survivors of the quake that has left at least...

by Admin - 3 years ago

How to make your email stand out from all the rest

Mashable's latest #BizChats Twitter chat discussed the essentials behind constructing an exceptional marketing email. SEE ALSO: Why no one has responded to your email Over the course of an hour, our career experts covered an array of questions rangi...

by Admin - 3 years ago

Kerry Washington can't escape the horrors of group texting

Kerry Washington feels your group text pains.  The Scandal star and Emmy nominee  teamed up with Jimmy Kimmel Live! to mock the deluge of texts that begins Friday morning and continues until brunch on Sunday.  Go ahead, say you're...

by Admin - 3 years ago

Judge shuts down Scottish criminal with unexpected retort

LONDON — A judge has sentenced a man to jail after he refused to carry out a community service order and then bragged about it on his Facebook page. David Newlands, 24, was sentenced to 150 hours community service back in January after he and...