Day: February 12, 2018

Forth Worth hires homeless people to clean up litter to earn up to $10/hr

The city of Fort Worth, Texas ended January by helping out the homeless population in the community. City officials are implementing a new plan to pay homeless people up to $10 an hour to help solve the problem of litter and pollution. “It just makes you feel better keeping it cleaned up,” Frank Crist, a 53 year old homeless person told NBC DFW. “It means a lot. I mean, with my record and stuff, I really had no other place that would hire...

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Facebook tests ‘downvote’ button allowing users to easily flag misleading content

Long time Facebook users probably remember a time where they would install fake software that claimed to give you a dislike button add-on. Although Facebook officially launched its Emoji reactions not too long ago, it seems the media company has been pushed even further to give users a means to express disdain. Here's what I see on my end if I click downvote, but since I don't know anyone else with the feature I don't know what it might look on their end. #FacebookDownvote pic.twitter.com/YIxI5xgXeU — Christina Hudler (@hudlersocial) February 8, 2018 This doesn’t seem like fake news, as...

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Chile announces revolutionary shift away from coal powered energy

The citizens of Chile were happy to announce their efforts in reducing coal consumption, having government officials detail the phase out. Hoy se inicia el fin al carbón. pic.twitter.com/jr3StSCDkt — Marcelo Mena (@marcelomena) January 31, 2018 Congratulations #Chile, looking forward to welcoming you to the #PoweringPastCoalAlliance. The #HighAmbitionCoalition in action. We are all working to grow the alliance in the lead-up to @COP24. #EndCoal https://t.co/GajOLEh29O — David Paul (@MinisterDPaul) February 1,...

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