On Twitter, Gionet said that the company had blackballed him with "no reason given," calling it a "left-wing garbage site." He said his account had only been active for 24 hours before being permanently cut off. And Chapman has started an alternative crowdfunding site, backtheright.org, but it isn’t attracting much attention: There are only 10 campaigns listed on the site and 36 registered members. The site uses Stripe as a payment processor. Stripe declined to comment, citing a company policy of not commenting on individual accounts. … [Read more...] about PayPal, GoFundMe, And Patreon Banned A Bunch Of People Associated With The Alt-Right. Here’s Why.
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At just around $45, the Xiaomi Mi Band 5 is a great low-cost alternative to the Fitbits and Garmin Vivofits out there. It tracks your steps, your sleep, heart rate, with up to 11 different workout types and more to help you reach your fitness goals. The design is sleek, the screen is bright and easy to read and there are different fitness watch faces to choose from. The battery life on this Xiaomi Mi band can last up to 14 days on a single charge; the Apple Watch can't even come close to that. … [Read more...] about Best fitness gifts for 2021
"xx" features melancholic songs that draw inspiration from R&B, post-punk, alternative rock, and electronica. While the album did not immediately climb the charts, it went on to become hugely influential in the indie-rock scene after it won the Mercury Prize in 2010. Other musicians, including Shakira and Damon Albarn, covered songs from the record, according to Jude Rogers of the New Statesman. … [Read more...] about 100 Best Rock Albums of All Time, According to Critics
When BuzzFeed banished us from the office in early March, I thought of all the ways I would use that time spent not commuting to work: exercise more, read more, nap more, cook more. But most importantly, I would have time for breakfast — the elaborate, sit-down kind of breakfast — again. Breakfast is my favorite meal at my favorite time of day, and I am one of the smart people who is correct that all food is and can be breakfast food: juicy-ass tomatoes in the summer, cozy noodle soups on a rainy day, bread that you didn’t realize was moldy until it was too late, leftovers of all stripes (rice and beans, curry and sourdough toast, mapo tofu (though I do not recommend this if you have a busy morning), and even that half a sandwich sitting in your backpack this morning because you forgot to put it in the fridge last night. So what if I am living in “unprecedented times,” if I don’t know when I’ll get to see my family IRL again, if I’m a … [Read more...] about Our Relationship With Food Changed In 2020