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Facebook has a 100-person engineering team that helps advertisers build tools and infrastructure

Stories about Facebook’s advertising business tend to focus on the big numbers — its billions of users, millions of advertisers or its enormous lead over any competitor that’s not named Google. But Facebook says that one of its success stories in recent years involves a relatively small group of engineers — in fact, originally it was just one engineer, Vastal ...

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Latest Google Sheets release helps automate pivot table creation

The spreadsheet gurus in your organization know how to use pivot tables to pull meaningful insight out of a morass of numbers. It has been what separated those folks from the rest of us, but Google is out to democratize the pivot table in the latest version of Google Sheets announced today. Google is achieving this by adding some artificial intelligence under ...

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Running Doc helps retired NYPD cop with Peroneal tendonitis

Dear Running Doc: I am a retired NYPD officer and was an avid runner. I ran my last 1/2 marathon almost two years ago and can’t get back into running because after every run I have pain to the outer part of my left foot causing me to limp severely for a few days. I’ve had X-rays and even an ...

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Keke Palmer Helps Dancer Pull Off Insane Balloon Deep Throating

Keke PalmerDancer Blew My Mind …Crazy Balloon Swallowing!!! 9/6/2017 12:40 AM PDT EXCLUSIVE Keke Palmer had the best view for one of the craziest, most suggestive balloon tricks ever … and she still has no idea how the chick pulled it off.  The singer and “Scream Queens” star was hosting a party at Opera Nightclub in Atlanta when a dancer/magician pulled ...

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Tim Tebow’s presence helps St. Lucie Mets set attendance record

“Tebow Time” in St. Lucie has been exactly what the Mets had hoped for. Tim Tebow hasn’t exactly lit the world on fire with his minor-league performance, but that isn’t the reason he’s in the organization. The real reason is as a star attraction, and it’s paying off. The outfielder has helped Class-A St. Lucie set a single-season attendance record ...

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Police hope new sketch helps find abductor of Cal Ripken's mom

Investigators hope an updated sketch will help them catch the person who abducted Cal Ripken Jr.’s mother five years ago. Vi Ripken was kidnapped at gunpoint from her home outside Baltimore on July 24, 2012. She was blindfolded and driven around for nearly 24 hours before the then-74-year-old was returned unharmed. At that time, police released a sketch, photographs and ...

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Police hope new sketch helps find abductor of Cal Ripken's mom

Investigators hope an updated sketch will help them catch the person who abducted Cal Ripken Jr.’s mother five years ago. Vi Ripken was kidnapped at gunpoint from her home outside Baltimore on July 24, 2012. She was blindfolded and driven around for nearly 24 hours before the then-74-year-old was returned unharmed. At that time, police released a sketch, photographs and ...

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McCain helps Senate vote down 'skinny' Obamacare repeal bill

The maverick is back. Sen. John McCain, recently diagnosed with brain cancer, went rogue early Friday morning and voted against his party’s efforts to pass a so-called “skinny” Obamacare repeal bill. The bill was rejected in a vote that was 51-49. The pared-down health care bill was introduced late Thursday by Senate Majority Leader Mitch McConnell in the hopes of ...

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Pet parrot helps convict wife of murdering her husband by repeating his last words

Bud the African Grey parrot proved to be a pivotal witness in the murder trial of Glenna Duram repeating the final words of her husband “don’t shoot”.  Duram, 49, of Sand Lake, Michigan, shot her husband Martin five times in front of the parrot before attempting suicide. She was found guilty of murder and will be sentenced next month.  Chillingly, ...

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Brewers shortstop Orlando Arcia helps himself to fan’s ice cream

Don’t mind if I do. That was Brewers shortstop Orlando Arcia’s philosophy as he tracked a foul ball into the stands Saturday, making sure he didn’t come away empty-handed during his trip into foul territory. During Marlins shortstop J.T. Riddle at-bat in the fourth inning, a pop-up along the left field side sent Arcia after a baseball that ended up ...

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