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#Startups apply for the Accenture Consumer Innovation Awards. Entries close Aug 19. #M2020 https://t.co/U1s9fs8GpV https://t.co/g4zozcY3Wh

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#Startups apply for the Accenture Consumer Innovation Awards. Entries close Aug 19. #M2020 https://t.co/U1s9fs8GpV https://t.co/g4zozcY3Wh

Dawn Anderson @dawnieando has built her expertise over the year focusing on technical, architectural and database-driven SEO. She is also the director of Move It Marketing and she is currently running a survey about SEO for her MSc dissertation. Speaker, judge, columnist, Dawn is sharing insightful news on her Twitter feed but also less serious stuffs.

Dawn Anderson @dawnieando has built her expertise over the year focusing on technical, architectural and database-driven SEO. She is also the director of Move It Marketing and she is currently running a survey about SEO for her MSc dissertation. Speaker, judge, columnist, Dawn is sharing insightful news on her Twitter feed but also less serious stuffs.

Scientists Can Now Judge Your Diet by Your Twitter Feed

Jonathan Knowles got his hands dirty capturing a POV view of good eating in his latest shoot!

What even is this.....if anyone actually uses these like this...y'all need some help cuz that's just stupid and weird (not judging but lowkey judging)

Are your kids acronyming the weeds? Dont let them on the interwebs!

It’s blistery cold here in London, it’s been snowing for the last 24 hours and many trains have been delayed or altogether canceled. The whole country is in the state of a national emergency judging by the frequent TV, radio and other media “sever weather” announcements. Every Facebook status update, Twitter feed and any conversation …

It’s blistery cold here in London, it’s been snowing for the last 24 hours and many trains have been delayed or altogether canceled. The whole country is in the state of a national emergency judging by the frequent TV, radio and other media “sever weather” announcements. Every Facebook status update, Twitter feed and any conversation …

Living in the internet age means we have to decide when something is stupid faster than ever. We’re quick to label something dumb and move on, never exploring it further. That’s fine for your Twitter feed, but it’s an awful approach to your own creativity.

Judging Your Ideas Too Early Is a Quick Way to Stifle Your Creativity

Living in the internet age means we have to decide when something is stupid faster than ever. We’re quick to label something dumb and move on, never exploring it further. That’s fine for your Twitter feed, but it’s an awful approach to your own creativity.

We all know Peter Mayhew, even if we don't realize it: He played Chewbacca, the lovable Wookiee in the original Star Wars trilogy. And judging from his Twitter feed in the past week, he's more of a fanboy than we realized: He badly wanted to form a sexy rebel alliance with Princess Leia.

The Guy Who Played Chewbacca Really Wanted to Bang Carrie Fisher

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