MAD Magazine, once a touchstone of American satirical humor, is leaving newsstands after a 67-year history.
MAD will after August only be available through comic stores, former staffers and contributors revealed late Wednesday. There will still be bi-monthly issues, but they will only include vintage MAD material—according to The Hollywood Reporter the only new content will appear in end-of-year specials....
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Just in time for tonight’s Home Run Derby, Major League Baseball is rolling out a new feature on its Ballpark app that utilizes Apple’s Business Chat feature for a customized in-person experience. MLB says it’s the first league to roll out the feature, letting users ask location-specific questions — though Apple Business Chat has been […]
Over-reliance on Google may lead to a loss in traffic if the search engine changes its algorithm In June, Google launched a core algorithmic update. It led to CCN, a cryptocurrency news website, losing 71 percent of their mobile traffic. Their daily revenue also dipped by 90 percent. Soon, the company shut down. Damn. While […]
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These four tips can help boost sales for your e-commerce business As a tyro e-commerce entrepreneur, you’re doing everything that you can to get on the right foot. After spending a significant amount time carrying out research and analysis, you have finally decided on the product and the business model. After which there is the […]
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