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Johnny Manziel’s dad fears for the fallen star’s life

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In August 2013, when Johnny Manziel was at the height of his college football mega-stardom, ESPN sent its best feature writer to Texas to profile him. Wright Thompson’s resulting piece, titled “The trouble with Johnny,” was dynamite

It portrayed a young man struggling to grapple with fame and success, and a father who feared for the boy’s future. Less than three years later, re-reading the words of Manziel’s father back then is chilling. Why? Here’s another quote, something Paul Manziel told…

Johnny Manziel’s dad fears for the fallen star’s life

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In August 2013, when Johnny Manziel was at the height of his college football mega-stardom, ESPN sent its best feature writer to Texas to profile him. Wright Thompson’s resulting piece, titled “The trouble with Johnny,” was dynamite

It portrayed a young man struggling to grapple with fame and success, and a father who feared for the boy’s future. Less than three years later, re-reading the words of Manziel’s father back then is chilling. Why? Here’s another quote, something Paul Manziel told…

Johnny Manziel’s dad fears for the fallen star’s life

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In August 2013, when Johnny Manziel was at the height of his college football mega-stardom, ESPN sent its best feature writer to Texas to profile him. Wright Thompson’s resulting piece, titled “The trouble with Johnny,” was dynamite

It portrayed a young man struggling to grapple with fame and success, and a father who feared for the boy’s future. Less than three years later, re-reading the words of Manziel’s father back then is chilling. Why? Here’s another quote, something Paul Manziel told…

Johnny Manziel’s dad fears for the fallen star’s life

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In August 2013, when Johnny Manziel was at the height of his college football mega-stardom, ESPN sent its best feature writer to Texas to profile him. Wright Thompson’s resulting piece, titled “The trouble with Johnny,” was dynamite

It portrayed a young man struggling to grapple with fame and success, and a father who feared for the boy’s future. Less than three years later, re-reading the words of Manziel’s father back then is chilling. Why? Here’s another quote, something Paul Manziel told…

Taylor Swift is ready to cash in with her own mobile game

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If you thought the rash of celebrity-inspired mobile games was going to slow anytime soon, it seems we aren’t out of the woods yet.

Taylor Swift will turn her likeness into a mobile game in a partnership with Glu Mobile, the same company responsible for blockbuster Kim Kardashian: Hollywood. There are no other details about the game; Glu only said it and Swift had entered a “multi-year partnership” and the game will be out at the end of 2016.

Bernie Sanders launches ‘Feel the Bern’ Snapchat filters in lead up to Iowa caucuses

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WASHINGTON — Sen. Bernie Sanders’ presidential campaign launched a series of paid Snapchat filters this week that will run in the nine-day lead-up to the Iowa caucuses, all in the hopes of mobilizing young voters for his insurgent campaign.

Sanders has narrowed the gap in polls for the Feb. 1 caucuses, the first contest in the presidential nominating process. But his success hinges on the participation of young voters, traditionally the hardest to mobilize

To let girls in, the tech industry is thinking pink. But that isn’t enough.

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If you give a girl the opportunity to code, the tech industry seems to expect her to ask, “Where are the pink accessories?”

When it comes to getting girls invested in coding, the tech space has one main tactic — turning up the ultra-feminine ethos. Whether it’s layering on a veneer of blushed tones or upping the “cute” factor of events, there’s a big assumption that to welcome girls into coding, we need to think pink.

To let girls in, the tech industry is thinking pink. But that isn’t enough.

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If you give a girl the opportunity to code, the tech industry seems to expect her to ask, “Where are the pink accessories?”

When it comes to getting girls invested in coding, the tech space has one main tactic — turning up the ultra-feminine ethos. Whether it’s layering on a veneer of blushed tones or upping the “cute” factor of events, there’s a big assumption that to welcome girls into coding, we need to think pink.

To let girls in, the tech industry is thinking pink. But that isn’t enough.

Girl-at-computer

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If you give a girl the opportunity to code, the tech industry seems to expect her to ask, “Where are the pink accessories?”

When it comes to getting girls invested in coding, the tech space has one main tactic — turning up the ultra-feminine ethos. Whether it’s layering on a veneer of blushed tones or upping the “cute” factor of events, there’s a big assumption that to welcome girls into coding, we need to think pink.

Psy hits 100 million views for the fourth time

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Psy has managed to hit the 100 million view mark on YouTube again — his fourth time achieving this feat.

In a tweet posted Tuesday, Psy celebrated hitting the 100 million mark on “Daddy“, one of his latest singles that was just released on Nov. 30, 2015.

100M views!! #DADDY

— PSY (@psy_oppa) Jan 19 2016

Impressive as 100 million is, Psy has found it hard to top his previous explosive success with “Gentleman”,…