Day: March 9, 2021

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Executives from every Fortune 500 company use the social community, LinkedIn claims. There are even claims that four out of 10 millionaires use LinkedIn. Hoffman’s next attempt at creating a social community, alongside colleagues from SocialNet.com and PayPal can be much more profitable. Take up was gradual, with every day signal ups as low as 20 individuals for a period. Sequoia Capital, however, saw sufficient potential in the thought to take a position $4.7 million in the young company. Ensuring that every one members of your group’s profiles are stuffed out fully is a wonderfully easy method to spread consciousness of your model.

Once you have got your copy prepared and you’ve added in your link, you can go forward and hit the “Post” button. If you’ve not connected a picture, your publish will seem like the example under . To do that, you simply kind the @ image and … Read More

I am once again asking you to stop complaining about life stories on recipes

On February 28, Canadian product manager Tom Redman posted a tweet that, unfortunately for him, made him the main bad guy of Twitter that day. He was announcing a new project called Recipeasly, a website that would allow users to strip ads and contextual “life stories” from recipe sites like Serious Eats and food blogs, allowing them to skip right to the recipe content. Within a few hours, Redman took the site down in response to overwhelming criticism over its business model, which would strip content that is already provided to readers free of charge and allegedly rob bloggers of necessary income from ad revenue. He got dunked on, hard.

Even though this all happened about a week ago, which is ancient history in the news business, I’m writing about it now because this is a conversation that comes up again and again, often among people who think that … Read More

White food blogger faces backlash for misnaming noodle soup recipe ‘pho’

Tieghan Gerard, the creator of the popular food blog Half Baked Harvest, found herself in hot water after posting a “quick” noodle recipe that she incorrectly called “pho.”

The popular recipe creator shared a noodle soup recipe to her blog titled “Weeknight ginger pho ga (Vietnamese chicken soup)” in February. The recipe, as many pointed out, was not really pho — instead, it was more of a quick noodle dish with caramelized chicken and a “sweet, spicy, tangy sesame chile sauce.”

Immediately, Gerard’s fans began to criticize the inappropriate title on Instagram. Some commenters explained that pho shouldn’t be a quick dish to begin with and that several of the steps in her recipe — like caramelizing the chicken — would not have gone into a traditional pho recipe.

“What upset me the most was that she passed it off as pho,” Suzanne Nuyen, a Vietnamese American recipe developer

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