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Pelosi hits Trump's transgender order: 'Hatred will never defeat pride'
The Hill • Mallory Shelbourne
No kidding, it's already time again to vote for the Tweet of the Week
Chicago Tribune • Eric Zorn
Your Customers Still Want to Talk to a Human Being
Harvard Business Review • Gregg Johnson
Trump tweets he will bar transgender individuals from U.S. armed forces
Chicago Tribune • Associated Press
Meggan Scavio named president of the AIAS
Game Industry International
Wired Productions to support mental health charity TakeThis
Game Industry International
The Art Of The Leave-Behind: Why Print Collateral Will Always Have A Place In Marketing
Forbes • Communityvoice, Forbes Agency Council
Trump lashes out at GOP Sen. Lisa Murkowski on Twitter after health-care vote
The Week • Kimberly Alters
VR Startup Visbit Adds Support for Game Site Unity, and a Web Player
Xconomy • Bernadette Tansey
‘Morning Joe': NY Times Reporter Says Trump Is ‘Cyberbullying’ Jeff Sessions (Video)
The Wrap • Brian Flood
 
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Barack Obama, Politics & Policy
Pelosi hits Trump's transgender order: 'Hatred will never defeat pride'
The HillMallory Shelbourne
House Minority Leader Nancy Pelosi (D-Calif.) on Wednesday slammed President Trump’s call to ban all transgender individuals from serving in the U.S. military and vowed to fight the president’s proposal. “69 years ago, President Truman desegregated the US Military. This morning, @POTUS...
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Auto Industry, Education
No kidding, it's already time again to vote for the Tweet of the Week
Chicago TribuneEric Zorn
To receive an email alert each week when this poll goes live, just email me and I'll put you on the Change of Subject newsletter list! You can also go to the Trib's newsletter subscription page to sign up. Click the box...
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Mobile Phones, Online Television
Your Customers Still Want to Talk to a Human Being
Harvard Business ReviewGregg Johnson
The rise of the internet has opened up new possibilities for communicating, from emailing and blogging to mobile video chatting and exchanging GIFs over messaging apps. This digitization has not been limited to consumer interactions. Most businesses now communicate with their customers...
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Education, Social Media Industry
Trump tweets he will bar transgender individuals from U.S. armed forces
Chicago TribuneAssociated Press
President Donald Trump is barring transgender people from serving in the military "in any capacity," citing "tremendous medical costs and disruption." Trump's announcement Wednesday morning on Twitter did not say what would happen to transgender people already in the military. The president...
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Gaming Software
Meggan Scavio named president of the AIAS
Game Industry International
Meggan Scavio is the new president and CEO of the Academy of Interactive Arts & Sciences, which will put the former general manager of GDC Events in charge of the D.I.C.E. conferences. Scavio departed UBM, the parent company of GDC, in May...
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Gaming Software, Mental Health
Wired Productions to support mental health charity TakeThis
Game Industry International
Games publisher and developer Wired Productions says it will be spending the next year supporting non-profit charity TakeThis. TakeThis was set-up to provide education about various mental health disorders and to reduce the stigma associated with mental illness. Wired says it will...
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Advertising Industry, Online Television
The Art Of The Leave-Behind: Why Print Collateral Will Always Have A Place In Marketing
ForbesCommunityvoice, Forbes Agency Council
Antiquated. Outdated. Unnecessary. Ask an inbound-only marketer about print collateral, and these are the words you might hear in response. Meanwhile, marketers who see the big picture are using creative, conceptual leave-behinds to put a bow on their brand experience and make...
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Barack Obama, Finance
Trump lashes out at GOP Sen. Lisa Murkowski on Twitter after health-care vote
The WeekKimberly Alters
On Wednesday morning, President Trump targeted Alaska Sen. Lisa Murkowski (R) for her dissenting vote on Tuesday's motion to proceed to health-care debate. Murkowski "really let the Republicans, and our country, down yesterday," Trump tweeted. Senator @lisamurkowski of the Great State of...
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Digital Media, Streaming Media
VR Startup Visbit Adds Support for Game Site Unity, and a Web Player
XconomyBernadette Tansey
San Francisco — For filmmakers and game designers, virtual reality technology has created a quirky playground of the imagination where characters can actually run into themselves at a bar, and where viewers’ eyebrows can be made invisible to widen their views of...
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Facebook Inc, Google Inc
‘Morning Joe': NY Times Reporter Says Trump Is ‘Cyberbullying’ Jeff Sessions (Video)
The WrapBrian Flood
MSNBC’s “Morning Joe” welcomed New York Times reporter Jeremy Peters to the show on Wednesday and he accused President Trump of “cyberbullying” Attorney General Jeff Sessions. Trump has taken to Twitter to mock Sessions in recent days while continuing to say he’s...
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