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Google helps form the Open Handset Alliance and establishes Android as an open-source platform that anybody can download, modify, and install on any mobile device for free.

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Android is updated with the Cupcake release, which enables device makers like HTC and Samsung, as well as carriers like T-Mobile and Deutsche Telekom to begin customizing the look and feel of their phones .

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Android Market is rebranded and relaunched as Google Play. Just like its predecessor, Google Play lets developers distribute their apps in a matter of hours, as opposed to closed platforms, which can take days to approve just one app .

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“Jean-Luc Godard's films have often overflown with daring conceits...but the legendary French filmmaker[could] never [have] imagined this: a turning point in his life and work would become a droll romantic comedy”

Paris, 1967. Jean-Luc Godard (Louis Garrel), the leading filmmaker of his generation, is shootingwith the woman he loves; Anne Wiazemsky (Stacy Martin), his twenty-year old muse. Happy, attractive and in love, they marry. But the film's reception unleashes a profound crisis of confidencein Jean-Luc whose radicalization as a filmmaker sees him turn away from the style and toneof his earlier French New Wave films. The political and social upheavalof May '68 deepensGodard's ambivalence and intransigence and - in aplot development that wrylyevokes Godard's 1963 film, begin to test the patience of his young wife.

Wiazemsky's memoir-laden novel, , published in 2015, two years before her death, served as the primary inspiration for Michel Hazanavicius' film.More concerned with exploringthe arcof Jean-Luc and Anne's relationship and decidedly uninterested in attempting areverentialbiopic of Godard as a filmmaker, the film also features the director'sreal-life wife, Berenice Bejo, the star of his Oscar-winning film, (2011) in the role of filmmaker, journalistand style-makerMichele Rosier. In ) as in, theAcademy Award-winning director delivers a cleverly conceived,impressively well-executedode to cinema by way of an idiosyncraticromantic comedythat is sardonic, affectionate, funny, tender and, ultimately, deeply moving.

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Heather Nauert will replace Steve Goldstein, who contradicted the White House's account of Tillerson's firing.

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Nauert joined the State Department in April 2017 and has no previous diplomatic experience. When asked in February about the specifics of what the State Department was doing to end the violence in Syria, she responded, “I don’t know what some of you expect us to do.”

Prior to her job at State, Nauert was an anchor at Fox and Friends for five years , and previously worked at the New York Fox affiliate Fox 5 for most of her career.

Trump’s affection for Fox and Friends is well-known. Fox anchors, along with Trump International and adviser accounts, represent the bulk of the accounts the president follows on Twitter. A researcher at the University of Chicago , who plotted the time of day that Trump tweets, found an extremely dense band between 6 a.m. and 9 a.m., precisely when Fox and Friends is on the air. After a U.S. Navy sailor pleaded for an appeal of his national security felony conviction on Fox and Friends , Trump pardoned him days later .

Goldstein’s firing and Nauert’s promotion was part of a day of upheaval in the Trump administration. Earlier on Tuesday, Trump’s longtime personal aide, John McEntee, was fired and escorted from the White House without even getting the chance to collect his belongings. It had emerged that he was under investigation by the Department for Homeland Security for “serious financial crimes” — although DHS declined to elaborate on the exact nature of those potential crimes.

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Bonnie A. Nardi, Steve Whittaker, and Heinrich Schwarz, It's not what you know, it's who you know: Work in the information age, First Monday 5(5), 2001. Based on ethnographic studies of employees in high-tech industries, this article argues that the resources that are exchanged within professional networks are increasingly replacing traditional institutions. pay with visa for sale pre order Gianmarco Lorenzi Mesh Platform Booties shopping online with mastercard get to buy for sale websites for sale pNfaP

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The modern project of articulating guidelines for networking originates (more or less) with feminist authors circa 1980. Their books still hold some interest:

Carol Kleiman, Women's Networks: The Complete Guide to Getting a Better Job, Advancing Your Career, and Feeling Great as a Woman Through Networking , New York: Lippincott and Crowell, 1980. Aimed at women professionals and executives who wish to set up relatively formal networking organizations.

Betty Lehan Harragan, Games Mother Never Taught You: Corporate Gamesmanship for Women , New York: Rawson, 1977. Although not centrally concerned with networking, I mention this book because of its cultural influence as the first hard-hitting how-the-world-really-works book for professional women. Its ideology, which has shaped many feminist discussions of networking since then, reflects both the strengths and weaknesses of the feminism of that era. One of the weaknesses is its inattention to social class; it explains that men learn how the world works through playing football, even though this would predict that working-class men would be as successful in business as their wealthier brothers.

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