“Respect others and if they have questions about Glass don’t get snappy,” says the Google Glass team in a blog post. “Be polite and explain what Glass does and remember, a quick demo can go a long wayIf you’re asked to turn your phone off, turn Glass off as well. Breaking the rules or being rude will not get businesses excited about Glass and will ruin it for other Explorers.”.
Twitter flags Trump tweet on Minneapolis protests for violence /react text >For the second time, Twitter flagged a message from President Trump with a warning, saying that his post midnight tweet calling for the military to shoot protesters in Minneapolis was “glorifying violence. As protests over the death of George Floyd escalated to the burning of a police station Thursday, Trump took to Twitter after midnight to write, “I can stand back watch this happen to a great American City, Minneapolis. The deal, announced at parallel press conferences in Oslo and Copenhagen on Friday afternoon, showed Sweden has failed in its diplomatic efforts to be included in the first stage of a Nordic travel bubble.
Shortly before her death at 28, she left a sober living house and moved in with her boyfriend. She died of an overdose in July 2016, taking more heroin than her body could handle after several months clean. A friend who went through rehab with Ashley, Rachael Allenby, said the news came as a shock to her and others who had looked up to her as an example of someone who, despite everything, always strove to get back on the right path..
Walking in high heeled shoes give a woman a subtle and sensuous side to side swing when she walks. And if done correctly, it produces a svelte and graceful feminine stride. Higher heels tend to shorten your stride, so the higher the heels the shorter the stride.
The failure of the Greek government led by Antonis Samaras to win a majority vote for its favored presidential candidate means that Greece faces a snap general election on January 25, news that saw the Greek stock market fall 5% in one day.Polls suggest that the likely winner in the Greek general election will be Alexis Tsipras and his left wing populist party, Syriza. The problem with that for the EU is that with more than a quarter of the Greek population unemployed, despite some signs of recovery in the economy, Syriza is winning wide support for its pledge to dump most of the pledges attached to its bailouts by the rest of Europe.Tsipras wants to end the austerity program imposed largely at Germany’s insistence, reverse cuts in the minimum wage and repudiate much of Greece’s debts. Although Tsipras has toned down his previous rhetoric and says he wants Greece to remain in the euro, it is hard to see how it could if he wins and holds to his election promises.Greece’s departure would be the first major blow for the euro, and the wider EU.