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Build a Web Page Monitor with Google Docs using ImportXML

Build a Web Page Monitor with Google Docs using ImportXML .::. RSS feeds have completely changed the way we consume information on the web. You no longer have to visit The New York Times or CNN every hour of the day to check news headlines because the feed reader is doing that for you behind the scenes. .::. coding

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How Millennials Consume the News

How Millennials Consume the News - Millennials prefer to stay connected to the Internet through their mobile devices. 94% of those surveyed owned smartphones. Contrary to conventional wisdom, news consumption occupies a large portion of young people’s time spent online. 64% of those surveyed report that they regularly keep up with what’s going on in the world. The survey also found that the only activities millennials reported engaging in more frequently than checking news websites were…

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from yahoo.com

Obama says Trump soon to face sobering 'reality' check

President Barack Obama cautioned against dire predictions for Donald Trump's presidency, saying his Republican successor faces a reality check if he tries to enact his most controversial campaign promises. The outgoing Democratic leader made his comments on Monday at a wide-ranging news conference

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from CNET

iPhone 5S release dates, specs keep pouring in

We have iPhone 5S release dates, colors, and specs. Did I leave anything out? Oh yeah, I forget to mention that they're all just rumors. But there's little left to the imagination these days when Apple rolls out a new product.

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Headline findings on the social media side of it all:    Those under the age of 34, 87% use Facebook for travel inspiration.  Over half also use Twitter, Pinterest and other social media platforms for inspiration.  Around two-thirds (68%) use their mobile devices to stay in touch with friends and family while on vacation – higher than those taking photos (43%) or checking news sources (20%).

Headline findings on the social media side of it all: Those under the age of 34, 87% use Facebook for travel inspiration. Over half also use Twitter, Pinterest and other social media platforms for inspiration. Around two-thirds (68%) use their mobile devices to stay in touch with friends and family while on vacation – higher than those taking photos (43%) or checking news sources (20%).

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from Lifehacker

Google News Will Start Highlighting Fact Check Stories In Results

Google will highlight Fact-checking stories, using it as a label alongside "opinion" and "in-depth" http://lifehacker.com/google-news-will-start-highlighting-fact-check-stories-1787789348

from Business Insider

Google added a fact-check feature to help you tell if news stories are accurate

The company introduced a new feature Thursday that will tag and help find "fact checking in large news stories."

Fact-Checking Site Finds Fox News Only Tells the Truth 18 Percent of the Time---This would be hilarious if it weren't for the fact that millions of conservatives get all of their information from Fox News. AC

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