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Monday, December 26, 2016

Dallas 42 Detroit 21 MNF - Cowboys Offense The Key

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The Dallas Cowboys beat The Detroit Lions 42 to 21 at Cowboys Stadium. Dak Prescott was 15 of 20 for 212 yards and 3 TDs. For the Lions offensive inefficiency was the word of the day. The Lions loss gives the Tampa Bay Buccaneers NFL Playoff hopes.
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Dallas 42 Detroit 21 MNF - Cowboys Offense The Key

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The Dallas Cowboys beat The Detroit Lions 42 to 21 at Cowboys Stadium. Dak Prescott was 15 of 20 for 212 yards and 3 TDs. For the Lions offensive inefficiency was the word of the day. The Lions loss gives the Tampa Bay Buccaneers NFL Playoff hopes.
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#FOMOBlog: Kodak Black Sells Out The NOVO In Los Angeles – HipHopDX

HipHopDXLuckily, I’m here to provide you with all things you’ve missed, in this popping city of Los Angeles. My name is Shirley Ju, and I live, breathe, sleep Hip Hop. Coming from the Bay, I grew up to the hyphy movement. That being said, turning up is all I know. …read more From:: Los Angeles […]

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Gwen, Howlin Ray’s and Salazar: LA Greeted Some Great New Restaurants in 2016 – L.A. Weekly

L.A. Weekly… our chefs and restaurateurs seemed to reach higher, push themselves further and create restaurants that hummed with the aspirations of some very talented people. From Kali to Shibumi, here are the 10 best restaurants that opened in Los Angeles in … …read more From:: Los Angeles Restaurants News By Google News

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Lakers win Christmas evening matchup with the Clippers – Los Angeles Times

Los Angeles TimesSunday’s win broke an 11-game losing streak by the Lakers — the longest losing streak they’ve had to any team since the franchise moved to Los Angeles. “I got all that 11,” said Young, who is the only member of this Lakers team who was a Laker the …Chris Paul still nursing hamstring […]

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George Michael Update Singer Died Of Heart Failure – 20 Essential Songs

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George Michael Update Singer Died Of Heart Failure – 20 Essential Songs by George Michael Earlier it was reported that George Michael, head of the 80s singing group called WHAM!, died on Christmas Day at his home but the reasons for his passing were not provided at the time. George Michael was just 53 years old. “It is with great sadness that we can confirm our beloved son, brother, and friend George Michael passed away peacefully at home over the Christmas period. The family would ask that their privacy be respected at this difficult emotional time. There will be no further comment at this stage.” That was the statement, but now comes word that Mr. Michael died of heart failure. Tributes to George Michael have come pouring in. Carrie Underwood took to Instagram to report that “"As a child, his was the first voice I could pick out of the sea of voices I heard on the radio. Before I knew anything about him, I knew his voice. As an adult, I cried when I saw him in concert. His songs and his voice helped to teach me how to sing. I will forever regret not letting him know. Thank you, George, for giving the world your gifts." George Michael's songs came to define the 80s. His romantic “Careless Whsipers” was the song that, when it was played at The Dry Gulch Nightclub on the campus of The University of Texas At Arlington, where I attended as an undergraduate before going to UC Berkeley for graduate school, when that song was played, the lights were turned down, and you asked a woman you were serious about meeting to dance. If you were already out on the floor with her, staying out there when “Careless Whsipers” played indicated that you were an item – if only for the night. Rolling Stones has a list of George Michael 20 songs you have to listen to: 1. Wham!, "Wake Me Up Before You Go-Go" (1984) 2. "Careless Whisper" (1984) 3. Wham!, "Everything She Wants" (1984) 4. Wham!, "Last Christmas" (1985) 5. Wham!, "The Edge of Heaven" (1986) 6. "A Different Corner" (1986) 7. Aretha Franklin and George Michael, "I Knew You Were Waiting (For Me)" (1987) 8. "I Want Your Sex" (1987) 9. "Faith" (1987) 10. "Father Figure" (1988) 11. "One More Try" (1988) 12. "Praying for Time" (1990) 13. "Freedom! '90" (1990) 14. Elton John feat. George Michael, "Don’t Let the Sun Go Down on Me" (1991) 15. "Too Funky" (1992)Queen feat. George Michael 16. "Somebody to Love" (1992) 17. "Jesus to a Child" (1996) 18. "Fastlove" (1996) 19. "Outside" (1998) 20. "Amazing" (2004) George Michael. An amazing talent for the ages. RIP. Stay tuned.
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George Michael Update Died Of Heart Failure

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George Michael Update Died Of Heart Failure
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In a Los Angeles Neighborhood, Teenagers Report the News – New York Times

New York TimesThe Beat (Pulso de Boyle Heights, in Spanish) is a bilingual newspaper written largely by teenagers from the Boyle Heights neighborhood on the east side of Los Angeles. In the coming years, the residents of Boyle Heights may be in greater need than … …read more From:: Los Angeles News By Google News

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Los Angeles Clippers at Los Angeles Lakers – Twin Falls Times-News

Twin Falls Times-NewsThe Los Angeles Clippers lost to the Los Angeles Lakers 102 to 111 on December 25, 2016 at Staples Center. Jamal Crawford of the Clippers led the game in scoring with 22 points on 7 for 17 shooting. The Lakers’ Luol Deng cleaned up the glass, pulling …Lakers snap 11-game skid vs rival […]

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Is The YouTube Subscriber Issue Just A PewDiePie Phil DeFranco Maker Studios Problem?

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Is The YouTube Subscriber Issue Just A PewDiePie, Phil DeFranco Maker Studios Problem? Recently, this year, a number of prominent YouTubers have complained about subscriber channels being dropped from their rolls, most notably PewDiePie and Phil DeFranco. In his vlog, PewDiePie threatened to quit and shut down his PewDiePie YouTube Channel once it reached over 50 million subscribers because of this subscriber problem. And Phil De Franco chimed in to echo that there was a problem as well. The problem in this entire discussion is that a lot of truths are being avoided. The first truth of all is that buying YouTube subscribers and views is so frequent to this day that it's become something of a cottage industry. It's also something I have been very afraid to do because when some YouTubers started the practice back in 2008, one person I know who was a blogger on one of my city blogs, Oakland Focus, rapidly added 80,000 subscribers and a pretty cool self-made opening for his YouTube vlogs. We lost touch for a while, and then he contacted me in 2009 to give me an update, which included the news that his channel had been deleted for adding what are referred to as “fake” YouTube subscribers. That was all the reason I needed not to take up the practice myself, even as I didn't know what a “fake subscriber” was if some person actually made the YouTube channel – that leads me to the second truth here. These large YouTube channels can't possibly reach something like 50 million subscribers and all of them are real. Think about it. There are something like over 300 million people in America alone, and the demographic most likely to watch YouTube probably numbers around 100 million, or about one out of every three people, today. So half of all of those people, or some giant number, are all subscribed to PewDiePie? Really? Even if you say, that doesn't include the entire World, I'm still questioning this. Yes, the gaming community is enormous, but I can't remember seeing any session or event at the Game Developers Conference in San Francisco where PewDiePie was featured. Even with that, I'm not trying to take away from PewDiePie's unquestioned and documented influence over the gaming industry. But I am openly daring to ask how much of his following consists of real people or real views – and what is a real person? This is a question that's hard to ask, but it must be. In 2012, Google / YouTube stripped the World's largest music companies of something like two billion views – yes, billion with a B. Universal was said to have lost 1 billion views to YouTube's take away, with Rihanna, Nicki Minaj, and Justin Bieber named as artists who were impacted by the action. Sony was hit as well. To be fair, the music industry show back with the claim that they migrated to Vevo, and so that was the reason for the view take away – but that doens't pass the logic test, because migrating to a new channel or platform in the present does not alter past statistics. But my point is, did this practice of view or subscription purchases come to impact the growth of PewDiePie's channel? Or what about other giant YouTubers? Is there any really “authentically big” YouTuber of 30 million or more subscribers? Why is it that websites like VidStatSx.com show “top losses” of subscribers where some channels drop over 100,000 subscribers over a 60 day period? Were those real people who didn't like something or closed accounts? Why were those accounts closed? You see? Given that PewDiePie and Phil DeFranco are both complaining about this problem, and are both with Maker Studios, then I have to ask if this is a Maker Studios concern? Truth be told, I'm not putting down Maker Studios (although I am not happy that they took down my Blip.tv Zennie62 channel after changing their terms of service to not favor standard video-blog formats, then said my channel wasn't in line with the company's new direction for Blip.tv. They didn't even give me a chance to recover my classic Blip.tv vlogs – they could have sent them to me.) So we as a community and with YouTube need to have a real talk about subscribers, views, community and favorites. In the past, YouTube staffers had favorite vloggers they promoted over others. I begged to be on the front page for my political vlogs in the early days, and once I was promoted – just once. The truth is YouTube and it's CEO the great Susan Diane Wojcicki need to really take the bull by the horns and create a system that better promotes all YouTube Partners, and bring the focus back to the YT Partner via that system. The issue is money. YouTube Partners who have watch time numbers good enough to be able to email staff directly should also have a largers percentage take of revenue sharing. That would help a lot.
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Is The YouTube Subscriber Issue Just A PewDiePie Phil DeFranco Maker Studios Problem?

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Is The YouTube Subscriber Issue Just A PewDiePie, Phil DeFranco Maker Studios Problem? Recently, this year, a number of prominent YouTubers have complained about subscriber channels being dropped from their rolls, most notably PewDiePie and Phil DeFranco. In his vlog, PewDiePie threatened to quit and shut down his PewDiePie YouTube Channel once it reached over 50 million subscribers because of this subscriber problem. And Phil De Franco chimed in to echo that there was a problem as well. The problem in this entire discussion is that a lot of truths are being avoided. The first truth of all is that buying YouTube subscribers and views is so frequent to this day that it's become something of a cottage industry. It's also something I have been very afraid to do because when some YouTubers started the practice back in 2008, one person I know who was a blogger on one of my city blogs, Oakland Focus, rapidly added 80,000 subscribers and a pretty cool self-made opening for his YouTube vlogs. We lost touch for a while, and then he contacted me in 2009 to give me an update, which included the news that his channel had been deleted for adding what are referred to as “fake” YouTube subscribers. That was all the reason I needed not to take up the practice myself, even as I didn't know what a “fake subscriber” was if some person actually made the YouTube channel – that leads me to the second truth here. These large YouTube channels can't possibly reach something like 50 million subscribers and all of them are real. Think about it. There are something like over 300 million people in America alone, and the demographic most likely to watch YouTube probably numbers around 100 million, or about one out of every three people, today. So half of all of those people, or some giant number, are all subscribed to PewDiePie? Really? Even if you say, that doesn't include the entire World, I'm still questioning this. Yes, the gaming community is enormous, but I can't remember seeing any session or event at the Game Developers Conference in San Francisco where PewDiePie was featured. Even with that, I'm not trying to take away from PewDiePie's unquestioned and documented influence over the gaming industry. But I am openly daring to ask how much of his following consists of real people or real views – and what is a real person? This is a question that's hard to ask, but it must be. In 2012, Google / YouTube stripped the World's largest music companies of something like two billion views – yes, billion with a B. Universal was said to have lost 1 billion views to YouTube's take away, with Rihanna, Nicki Minaj, and Justin Bieber named as artists who were impacted by the action. Sony was hit as well. To be fair, the music industry show back with the claim that they migrated to Vevo, and so that was the reason for the view take away – but that doens't pass the logic test, because migrating to a new channel or platform in the present does not alter past statistics. But my point is, did this practice of view or subscription purchases come to impact the growth of PewDiePie's channel? Or what about other giant YouTubers? Is there any really “authentically big” YouTuber of 30 million or more subscribers? Why is it that websites like VidStatSx.com show “top losses” of subscribers where some channels drop over 100,000 subscribers over a 60 day period? Were those real people who didn't like something or closed accounts? Why were those accounts closed? You see? Given that PewDiePie and Phil DeFranco are both complaining about this problem, and are both with Maker Studios, then I have to ask if this is a Maker Studios concern? Truth be told, I'm not putting down Maker Studios (although I am not happy that they took down my Blip.tv Zennie62 channel after changing their terms of service to not favor standard video-blog formats, then said my channel wasn't in line with the company's new direction for Blip.tv. They didn't even give me a chance to recover my classic Blip.tv vlogs – they could have sent them to me.) So we as a community and with YouTube need to have a real talk about subscribers, views, community and favorites. In the past, YouTube staffers had favorite vloggers they promoted over others. I begged to be on the front page for my political vlogs in the early days, and once I was promoted – just once. The truth is YouTube and it's CEO the great Susan Diane Wojcicki need to really take the bull by the horns and create a system that better promotes all YouTube Partners, and bring the focus back to the YT Partner via that system. The issue is money. YouTube Partners who have watch time numbers good enough to be able to email staff directly should also have a largers percentage take of revenue sharing. That would help a lot.
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