first_imgSINGAPORE (AFP) — Russia’s Svetlana Kuznetsova produced another extraordinary comeback to win her second straight match at the WTA Finals on Wednesday, sealing a place in the semi-finals.Just two days after she saved a match point to defeat the defending champion Agnieszka Radwanska, Kuznetsova again rallied back from the brink to beat US Open finalist Karolina Pliskova 3-6 6-2 7-6 (8-6) in a heart-stopper at Singapore’s Indoor Stadium.ADVERTISEMENT Taiwan minister boards cruise ship turned away by Japan PLAY LIST 01:31Taiwan minister boards cruise ship turned away by Japan01:33WHO: ‘Global stocks of masks and respirators are now insufficient’01:01WHO: now 31,211 virus cases in China 102:02Vitamin C prevents but doesn’t cure diseases like coronavirus—medic03:07’HINDI PANG-SPORTS LANG!’03:03SILIP SA INTEL FUND “Some things get together and you get confidence. I see opponents fear me more than before because I win matches, I fight, and I’ll be there. It doesn’t matter if I play like crap and I’m sore, I will just be there.”Pliskova, seven years younger than Kuznetsova but with ice in her veins as well after saving a match point to beat Muguruza on Monday, looked poised to end Kuznetsova’s inspired run when she recovered from 4-1 down in the deciding third set to lead 6-5.RelentlessBut the towering Czech squandered her chance to serve out the match, hitting a string of unforced errors as she tried to end the contest quickly, as the relentless Kuznetsova broke back and forced a tiebreaker.The match was still in the balance when Pliskova saved three successive match points to draw level at 6-6 in the tiebreaker when the more experienced Kuznetsova regained her composure and won the next two points to seal victory.“I’m not surprised at all,” Pliskova said. “She’s won two Grand Slams, so it’s not someone who just came up.ADVERTISEMENT MOST READ 9 athletes, including 6 medalists, caught for Beijing doping Don’t miss out on the latest news and information. 30 Filipinos from Wuhan quarantined in Capas Chinese-manned vessel unsettles Bohol town EDITORS’ PICK BREAKING: Solicitor General asks SC to forfeit ABS CBN’s franchise Mainland China virus cases exceed 40,000; deaths rise to 908center_img Ginebra teammates show love for Slaughter Team ‘Trabaho’ scores championship title at the last leg of Smart Siklab Saya Manila Kuznetsova still has another round-robin match to play on Friday against Garbine Muguruza but is already assured of finishing top of the White Group standings after Muguruza was beaten 7-6 (7-1) 6-3 by Radwanska in Wednesday’s late match.Muguruza is out of the running for the semis after losing her first two matches, leaving Pliskova and Radwanska to battle it out on Friday to see who else goes through with Kuznetsova from the group.FEATURED STORIESSPORTSGinebra teammates show love for SlaughterSPORTSWe are youngSPORTSCone plans to speak with Slaughter, agentWith sweat pouring from her face and her muscles aching after she had run herself ragged for more than two hours, the 31-year-old Kuznetsova triumphed through sheer willpower and nerves of steel.“I play with my heart. I always do,” Kuznetsova said. “But maybe I’m starting to believe a little bit more than before. I just hang in there more. We are young Brad Pitt wins his first acting Oscar as awards get underway “She is very strong woman and she can really play tennis. She has a tough game.”With Serena Williams and Maria Sharapova both absent from the prestigious end-of-season championship, Kuznetsova has emerged as the unlikely headline act of the $7 million tournament, restricted to the world’s top eight players.She defied the odds just to qualify for the tournament for the first time since 2009, only sneaking into the elite field after winning the Kremlin Cup in Moscow on Saturday, then hopped straight on a plane and made the long flight to Southeast Asia.Jet-lagged when she arrived, she seemed to be heading towards defeat in her first match with Radwanska when she asked the umpire for a pair of scissors and began cutting her own hair during a change of ends.She went on and won the match as footage of the impromptu haircut went viral on social media, winning Kuznetsova a legion of new fans, but upsetting her regular hairstylist.“I took the headband off and I was like, it looks weird,” Kuznetsova said. “So I made a picture and I sent it to my hair cutter. He was like, ‘I’m going to kill you’.”Sports Related Videospowered by AdSparcRead Next Smart hosts first 5G-powered esports exhibition match in PH BREAKING: Solicitor General asks SC to forfeit ABS CBN’s franchise View commentslast_img read more

first_imgSatiricus was happy for the fella. As he walked slowly to the Back Street Bar, he wondered how the carpenter fella from Staten Island, Nandlall Mangal, really felt now that his US$245.6 million Lottery win had sunk in. HE wouldn’t mind being in that position to answer the question, he grinned to himself.“Eh! Eh! Sato!” exclaimed Bungi as he espied Satiricus and his grin. “Like yuh win de big Latto, or wha’?”“Like you’re a mind reader, or what?” exclaimed Satiricus. “I was just thinking about that Mangal fella and his quarter billion US win!”“Budday!! All abee a t’ink ‘bout de man!!” said Cappo, as he sipped his beer thoughtfully. “Me t’ink ‘e a wan fam’ly fram me Poowah husban’ side!”“Really?” asked Hari, with rising interest and clinking his bottle with Cappo’s. “Maybe he might give you a piece of the action?”“Me na know,” said Cappo doubtfully. “W’en me bin ba’k-tra’k a Nyu Yaak, me na bin check de man out!”“But da na mean yuh cyaan check am out now!” said Bungi. “W’en rain ah fall ah roof, yuh put barrel fuh ketch am.”“Well, de ‘Merican Guvment done tek out US$146 million in tax!” pointed out Cappo, signalling for another beer.“Budday, that still leaves US$99 million!!” pointed out Satiricus. “Even a $50,000 will become $10 million here!!”“You have to strike while the iron is hot, Cappo,” advised Hari. “I remember a fella from Houston who won $50 million from the Guyana Lottery.”“Me know de fella,” said Bungi, putting down his beer. “All de money done!”“Wasteful man money ah guh like butter in de sun,” commiserated Cappo.“And that’s why you have to get in touch with Mangal before he blows it all in Hawaii!” pleaded Hari.“I know what you should do, Cappo,” said Satiricus. “Don’t just ask him for money…tell him you want a loan to invest in the oil business!”“Da rite,” agreed Bungi. “See how ev’rybady a len’ de Guvment money, now dem know ile a come!”“That’s a plan!” said Hari with a smile.last_img read more

first_imgMayor Antonio Villaraigosa’s effort to put his affair with a local Telemundo reporter behind him backfired this morning when a Port of Los Angeles police officer protecting him shoved a Spanish-language reporter against a steel container. The mayor, who for weeks has been hounded at public events over his affair with KVEA reporter Mirthala Salinas, attempted to tightly control a morning press conference on port cleanup programs. It was his first public appearance after Telemundo announced Thursday that Salinas would be suspended for two months without pay. Three of her superiors were also punished for their part in the scandal, including KVEA General Manager Manuel Abud, who was transferred, and News Director Al Corral, who also was suspended for two months without pay. “I am not going to comment or speculate on the decision of Telemundo or their investigation,” Villaraigosa told a crowd of more than a dozen reporters and news cameras. “It’s time to move on and move and we will. “Now that Telemundo’s review has reached a conclusion, it’s my hope that we can all move forward. I intend to do that by working as hard as I can every single day.” After fielding several questions, the usually camera-friendly mayor left through two large shipping containers and beyond a gate. The reporters followed. But a line of port police attempted to cordon them off. Several asked why they were being held back. As a crowd of reporters pushed forward toward the mayor, Azteca America reporter Alicia Unger ran toward the gate. As she approached, a port police officer pushed her against the steel container. “He pushed me with his hand, pushed me against the container, slammed me there,” she said. “The whole media was trying to interview the mayor but security is not allowing us and I think they are violating our rights once again,” she said, referring to the Los Angeles Police Department’s violent confrontation with the members of the media and the public during a May 1st immigration rights rally at MacArthur Park. Sgt. Ken Hawkes of the Port of Los Angeles police said the agency will launch an internal investigation into the officer’s actions. (818) 713-3741160Want local news?Sign up for the Localist and stay informed Something went wrong. Please try again.subscribeCongratulations! You’re all set!last_img read more

first_img2 2 Man City thrashed Watford 6-0 Crystal Palace lost their fifth straight Premier League game and here’s what happened in the 3pm kick-offs.Huddersfield 1-1 LeicesterLaurent Depoitre scored on his full Premier League debut as Huddersfield and Leicester fought out a 1-1 draw at the John Smith’s Stadium. Depoitre, a £3.5million summer signing from Porto, broke the deadlock 40 seconds into the second half before Jamie Vardy fired the Foxes level four minutes later from the penalty spot.Liverpool 1-1 BurnleyBurnley’s stubborn resistance left a dominant Liverpool frustrated on Philippe Coutinho’s return to the Reds’ starting line-up. The hosts had 30 more shots than Burnley, who took the lead through Scott Arfield, but Mohamed Salah hit back three minutes later. Liverpool’s shortcomings at the back were placed under the microscope this week after conceding a lead in the Champions League draw with Sevilla and despite Jurgen Klopp’s protestations, the Clarets provided more evidence for the case against the defence.Newcastle 2-1 StokeCaptain Jamaal Lascelles was Newcastle’s hero for the second time in a week as manager Rafael Benitez celebrated his return to the dugout with a third successive Premier League victory. Christian Atsu had fired the home side ahead after 19 minutes, but Xherdan Shaqiri levelled 14 minutes after the restart to set the stage for Lascelles to repeat his feat at Swansea last Sunday. Watford 0-6 Man CitySergio Aguero scored a hat-trick for City as they tore Watford apart at Vicarage Road. The 6-0 win moved Pep Guardiola’s team top of the Premier League table.AGUERO AND OTHER EXPENSIVE DEALS THAT LOOK LIKE BARGAINS NOWGabriel Jesus also scored against a previously unbeaten Watford, with Nicolas Otamendi and a Raheem Sterling penalty completing the rout. Aguero took his City tally to 175 goals, just three shy of breaking Eric Brook’s club record of 177 that has stood since 1939.JESUS/AGUERO PARTNERSHIP ‘THE STUFF OF DREAMS’ – CITY FANSWest Brom 0-0 West HamWest Brom held West Ham in a forgettable 0-0 draw as the Hammers continued to ease the pressure on boss Slaven Bilic. The visitors claimed their second clean sheet in a week after a 2-0 win over Huddersfield and took their first away point in the Premier League this season. Gareth Barry made a record-equalling 632nd Premier League appearance.last_img read more

first_imgWatford are working on a deal for Barcelona winger Gerard Deulofeu.The Spaniard returned to the Nou Camp from Everton this summer after his £10.6million buy-back clause was activated.However, since heading back to his boyhood club, the 23-year-old has struggled for action and he is already prepared to leave.Several sides in Italy are interested in Deulofeu, including Inter Milan, Napoli and Roma.But now, according to Catalan radio station RAC 1, Watford are in talks to sign the forward before Wednesday’s transfer deadline.New Hornets boss Javi Gracia is keen to strengthen his squad after taking charge at Vicarage Road and Deulofeu is top of his shortlist. 1 Barcelona star Gerard Deulofeu last_img read more

first_img“We first have to identify it and then seal it. We are a big club and big clubs cannot have this sort of behaviour. “We rule and manage from the inside out, not the other way. At least when I am here that is going to be the way we work.“No leaks. No leaks.“I don’t care [who is responsible]. I’ll just tell you that we are working on it, not myself but those responsible within the club, but it’s definitely one point that we need to understand. “I don’t care if it’s destabilising or not. Not for myself, it’s something that I don’t like but I keep doing my job.”The Portuguese reflected on his time working at home and said that successful clubs don’t suffer from leaks and that managing news from inside the club was something that he would have to do to improve his side.“I found it when I was at Sporting Lisbon and things were coming out,” he explained. “Now Benfica are ruling in Portuguese football but at that time it was Porto. I can tell you, nothing is coming out from Benfica if they don’t want it to be known. That’s the reason they are being successful. The same with Porto in those times.“I remember the Porto president used to say to players ‘If something is in a newspaper when I’m dealing with you, then I’m not going to do the deal’ and I found it a very good principle. I try to follow the press of the successful people and not the opposite. We need to be like that.” Rangers boss Pedro Caixinha has said that he believes details of his work are being leaked by Ibrox insiders and has vowed to “seal” the club.News has emerged of players being told that they have no future at Ibrox, including veteran defender Clint Hill being informed that his contract will not be renewed. Reports also emerged on Thursday of Rangers’ interest in Motherwell defender Ben Heneghan.Caixinha is unhappy that his interactions with the squad are being made public and insisted an investigation was underway to find the sources and deal with it.“The majority of the speculations are coming from inside and that’s my main concern,” he said. “If they are coming from inside then I can’t stay happy with that situation.last_img read more

first_imgCARL MCHUGH is poised to make a dramatic return to action for Motherwell in tomorrow night’s Scottish Premier League game away to Inverness.McHugh has not played since picking up a horrific head injury in his Scottish League debut in August against Kilmarnock.McHugh required 10 stitches on a head wound that was so deep the skull could be seen and he returned home to Lettermacaward for a time to recover. Motherwell manager Mark McGhee says that the tough centre-back is now ready to play again.“Carl might be involved in the next two games,” McGhee said.“He is ready, even though he has not played games. Training wise he is in a good place. If we can get him involved in the next couple of games we will.“Carl would be like a new signing. It is a fresh start. “When you see him in training he is a really good footballer.“He got injured because of the type of guy he is. You can’t curb that. “I think he is going to be a big asset for us.”Carl McHugh set to play again following horror head injury was last modified: December 29th, 2016 by Chris McNultyShare this:Click to share on Facebook (Opens in new window)Click to share on Twitter (Opens in new window)Click to share on LinkedIn (Opens in new window)Click to share on Reddit (Opens in new window)Click to share on Pocket (Opens in new window)Click to share on Telegram (Opens in new window)Click to share on WhatsApp (Opens in new window)Click to share on Skype (Opens in new window)Click to print (Opens in new window)last_img read more

first_imgDonegal County Councillor Gerry Mc Monagle says he is very disappointed with the response he has received from SAOLTA in relation to psychology services available to teenagers with Type 1 Diabetes.Cllr Mc Monagle was responding to the answer he received from SAOLTA at this week’s Regional Health Forum West meeting in Galway to a question he posed.The Letterkenny councillor asked, “What Psychology services are available at Letterkenny University Hospital for teenagers diagnosed with Type 1 Diabetes?” He said the answer he received is far from satisfactory.“A spokesperson for SAOLTA at our meeting stated “That are no dedicated psychology Services available in either the Hospital or Community services for teenagers diagnosed with Type 1 Diabetes. The Hospital does refer patients to the community run psychology service. We understand that there are currently significant waiting times for this service.”Councillor McMonagle said the reply is simply not good enough.“With over one hundred children with Type 1 diabetes in the county and not to have a psychology service to support and help them come to terms with a potentially life-threatening illness is an awful indictment of where our health services are currently at. “Entering your teenage years is a difficult enough time for our children but to have to cope with diabetes and not have professional support to help you is just not good enough.“I will continue to raise this issue with SAOLTA until such times they make provision for a Psychologist in their next Operational Plan and to ensure that there is a budget made available to recruit a Phycologist to support teenagers with Type 1 Diabetes as a matter of urgency,” he fumed.Councillor slams lack of psychology services for teens with diabetes in Donegal was last modified: March 2nd, 2017 by StephenShare this:Click to share on Facebook (Opens in new window)Click to share on Twitter (Opens in new window)Click to share on LinkedIn (Opens in new window)Click to share on Reddit (Opens in new window)Click to share on Pocket (Opens in new window)Click to share on Telegram (Opens in new window)Click to share on WhatsApp (Opens in new window)Click to share on Skype (Opens in new window)Click to print (Opens in new window) Tags:CLLR GERRY MCMONAGLEdiabetesdonegalPsychologylast_img read more

first_imgTop Reasons to Go With Managed WordPress Hosting Tags:#start#startups Startup accelerators continue to grow in popularity. There are now more than 200 around the world attracting twice as many applicants as they did just two years ago. But there’s a dirty little secret: A lot of accelerators are just spinning their wheels.Last year, Aziz Gilani, a director at Houston venture capital firm DFJ Mercury, ran a study of 29 North American accelerators for the Kauffman Fellows Program. He found that 45% of them produced not a single graduate who went on to raise venture funding.Not Enough Exits to EvaluateBut wait, it gets worse. The original goal of Gilani’s study was to evaluate accelerators based on the number of exits achieved by their graduates. That aim proved to be “delusional,” he says. “There were not enough exits to evaluate. The only two accelerators that had any meaningful exits were Y Combinator and TechStars.”But wait, it gets worse. Hoping to find some standard by which to judge accelerators, Gilani added a third criterion, VC perceptions. His team assembled a panel of 10 VCs and asked them a series of questions. Have you heard of this accelerator? Would you invest in a startup from its program? Again, he came up empty. “A good chunk of accelerators did not register on any of the criteria,” Gilani says.So he added more criteria, including the amount of equity an accelerator takes and the size of its alumni network. Finally he had enough data to come up with a ranking. At the top: TechStars, Y Combinator and Excelerate Labs. (Disclosure: Gilani’s firm is an investor in TechStars and Excelerate.)An Accelerator Quality Gap“Rather than say there are too many programs, I would say there is a quality gap,” Gilani says. “Some accelerators are run by experienced entrepreneurs who have deep ties to funding sources and have sold companies before. And those programs have done very well.”Here’s how accelerators typically work. They run 12-week programs to get startups quickly from concept to product. They offer seed money and mentoring in exchange for equity, normally about 7%. Programs culminate in a demo day, during which graduates pitch their startups to investors.“Experienced entrepreneurs who can get funding on their own have to question whether it’s worth giving up 7% equity to join one of these programs,” Gilani says. “If you’ve never done a startup before, I think a top program is a no-brainer. If you can get in, you should do it.” (TechStars and Y Combinator typically sift through some 1,500 applications for a handful of spots each session.)Three Questions for the Second TierBut what about a second-tier or third-tier accelerator? “When you’re a young startup and you don’t have a lot of cash, you have one currency, your equity,” Gilani says. “So treat an accelerator like any other service provider. Be rigorous in your diligence. Or make the decision not to join one.”Ask three questions of your accelerator:Will it help you get follow-on funding?Will it help you form partnerships with other companies or accelerate your growth?Does it have proven mentors who will help you get traction?If the answers are no, it’s probably best to steer your startup in another direction.Niche FocusGilani expects the accelerator trend to move toward industry-focused programs – an accelerator for the cloud, for example, or energy – and he says smart startups will gravitate to accelerators with expertise in their target field.Avoid those accelerators that have been established recently with a “spray and pray” strategy to graduate a lot of startups and hope one of them hits it big. The best accelerators know their business takes more careful nurturing.“You could say this has been a gold rush with no gold,” Gilani says. “It takes years for companies to get traction and get an exit, so if you’re trying to optimize for making money now you’ll make some pretty terrible decisions. I would be very wary of any accelerator that thinks it will make money in the short term.”Lead image courtesy of Shutterstock. A Web Developer’s New Best Friend is the AI Wai… 8 Best WordPress Hosting Solutions on the Marketcenter_img Related Posts Why Tech Companies Need Simpler Terms of Servic… tim devaney and tom steinlast_img read more

first_imgLet me speak in defense of the click for a moment.There’s no term I find more puzzling in modern media jargon than “clickbait.” A story lives to be told. Writers write for their readers. What does a storyteller long for more than the gaze of a rapt listener?Back in the early days of the Web, the click was novel, a brain-busting rush of seemingly endless information. We clicked and clicked and clicked, surfing the Web until we reached the end of the Internet.The author with Flipboard’s Mike McCueTwo decades on, the click has become a trick—one some disillusioned scribes played on their readers, who may not have been aware they were involved in a game.Yes, you can manipulate readers into reading a story that disappoints them—an unoriginal tale ripped from elsewhere, an overblown promise, a heartstring-yanker that may or may not have any relationship to the facts.What that misses: Just because there are bad stories, and bad storytellers, doesn’t mean that good stories don’t still deserve to be heard.It’s why we write.And it’s a fundamental dream of the Web, that anyone can write and be heard.The emptiness of the charge of “clickbait” lies in this: Would you rather live in a world where no one clicked on links? Where no one read online? Where nobody’s stories were heard?The real problem isn’t the trickiness of clickiness. The real problem is that it’s still far too hard for the right stories to rise out of the noise. The Web has become festooned with links—too many to ever click. We can never reach the end of the Internet now. But the real tragedy is if we stop trying to find it.The Click Becomes The FlipOne of the pleasures of talking to Mike McCue, the CEO of Flipboard, is that he’s a veteran of that early Web. McCue and I sat down earlier in August at our an event in our ReadWriteMix series to talk about the changes he’s seen in the media landscape in the quarter-century since he founded Paper Software, an early technology company which he ended up selling to Netscape, the groundbreaking Web-browser company which paved the way for the Internet’s early growth.A through line in McCue’s career is making tools for publishers, from Paper’s 3D graphics to Netscape’s Netcaster software, which broadcast updates from websites in a way that eerily presaged Twitter, to Tellme, which aimed to build voice commands into the Web, and eventually Flipboard.Flipboard is known for its news-reading app, which first launched on the iPad in 2010. It actually replaced the click of the Web with a new gesture, the flip, a metaphor borrowed from print magazines. Readers flipped from article to article, from tweet to Facebook update to headline.For its first three years, Flipboard limited who could tell stories in its app. You could hear from your friends on Twitter and Facebook. Flipboard had a small in-house editorial crew collecting links to big news stories. And Flipboard partnered with large, established publishers to create flippable versions of their writers’ work.That all changed last year, when Flipboard opened up to all comers. Anyone could create a magazine by “flipping” links into a collection. And like a magazine, you could subscribe to these collections.The effect on Flipboard’s business was palpable. Some 7 million Flipboard users turned themselves into magazine makers, creating 10 million magazines as of early August. And the flood of new material drew new readers onto Flipboard: Its user count doubled from 50 million in March 2013 to more than 100 million today.Flipboard provided those editors with both the tools of creation and a ready audience. And they built on that platform, making it an even better venue for digital magazine makers.The Audience Is The NetworkThe moral of this story is the inseparability of tools for storytelling and tools for finding audiences. Flipboard’s interface for magazine editors is elegantly designed, but what really makes it appealing are those 100 million mobile users who might get a look at your collection of Jack Russell Terrier photos.That also explains why Tumblr and YouTube, two very different mediums for storytelling, are so appealing. They combine tools for creating with tools for connection and distribution. Tumblr lets you follow users, a subscription of sorts, and it lets users spread posts through its “reblog” button. YouTube, too, lets you follow creators’ channels, an arrangement that has led to a particularly intense and intimate fan culture. But it doesn’t hurt that it has more than a billion people’s eyeballs on the site.If the medium is the message, then the audience is the network.(Full disclosure: ReadWrite’s parent company, Say Media, has a stake in this debate. It makes a tool for publishing websites called Tempest, and it sells ads for its own properties like ReadWrite as well as for independent publishers on that platform.)Speaking of mediums: If you want an example of what happens when you build great storytelling tools but not a great audience, take the cautionary tale of the grandly named Medium, Twitter cofounder Ev Williams’ latest startup. People praise its story-writing interface, which is a great advance over the likes of WordPress or Blogger. But it hasn’t delivered much in the way of readers, despite promising to feature authors’ work in topical collections and, in some cases, pay them. One notable publication, LadyBits, quit Medium, citing frustration with its changing content-management features and pay scheme. Medium editor-in-chief Evan Hansen wrote:One thing we learned: Paying for clicks is not automatically a recipe for producing scads of short, thoughtless posts. We picked editors we trusted, and we found, for the most part, they respected the site and reliably delivered high quality writing. We also learned (surprise) that high quality posts do not automatically garner attention and audience commensurate with the effort of producing them. As a result, our payment model failed to support some really terrific contributors.All click, no bait.Flipboard has just tiptoed into the same territory as Medium. It’s beginning to pay some of its contributors a share of the advertising revenues their magazines generate. In its first three months of operation, Flipboard wrote $1 million in checks to publishers. It’s a small start. YouTube is probably the best example of a service that has balanced building tools for self-expression, generating large audiences, and delivering a payout to the top tier of creators. It helps that it has a virtual lock on online video.Can Flipboard—or another player—deliver that same trifecta of tools, audience, and money to the mobile world? If you’re interested in reading and writing, as I am, you have to root for the companies that are trying to figure this out.Photo by Kara Brodgesell for ReadWrite Related Posts Why Tech Companies Need Simpler Terms of Servic… Top Reasons to Go With Managed WordPress Hosting owen thomascenter_img 8 Best WordPress Hosting Solutions on the Market Tags:#digital magazines#digital media#digital publishing#Flipboard#Flipboard magazines#Medium#Mike McCue#mobile media#online media#Tumblr#YouTube A Web Developer’s New Best Friend is the AI Wai…last_img read more