Over the past decade, Fetlife.com has amassed a community of over 7 million people with a seemingly simple mission: a place for folks to talk about their sexual desires in an open, healthy environment online. And that, for better or worse, comes down to one man: John Baku.
Once upon a time, an event or product that failed epically after a great deal of anticipation was simply, well, an epic failure. We might have called it a "debacle," a "fiasco" or a "flop." Enter: Fyre Fest.
The Kurdish region of Iraq is home to spectacular peaks, wild rivers and fiercely hospitable people, and it could be the Middle East's next big adventure tourism destination. But there's one small catch: it's still dangerous as hell.
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For more than a half-century, Desposito's Seafood Restaurant has served the best boiled shrimp on the Wilmington River. Simple Southern fish shacks — food for coastal families, cooked and caught by coastal families — are disappearing throughout the region. And Desposito's may be soon to follow.
Desperate for data on its competitors, Facebook has been secretly paying people to install a "Facebook Research" VPN that lets the company suck in all of a user's phone and web activity, similar to Facebook's Onavo Protect app that Apple banned in June and that was removed in August.
Over the last five years, the global management consulting company Accenture has developed proprietary automation software called the SynOps platform that it says has helped it cut 40,000 jobs within the company.