Then and now, a center
I was able to live-stream video in 360° to Periscope while moving around and was also able to do a static live-stream for more than 30 minutes without the need for a battery. These are developing technologies that can be useful during a potential breaking news situation, and I want us to be ready for when that happens.
Nothing exciting, other than the ability to do it (and getting tangled in my own cables).
After that successful experiment, I was also able to find a collection of quintessential anti-war protests from way back when, containing local demonstrations about Vietnam, the draft and the Contra affair.
One particular image's location was instantaneously recognizable for me (and I imagine for many others).
So I went ahead and did a slide in case you couldn't place it.
Mark Twain wrote what will soon be a new book.
One video: Mark Hamill reacts to new 'Star Wars' title is a thing (from the Associated Press, no less) so there you go. And since you don't click on these things, it's 'The Last Jedi.'
* The Women's March was a local thing as well.
* There's a diner in Phoenicia and a recipe with the story.
* Whose house? Alms House.
* $50K to find out if you can swim at Woodstock park again.
When I’m waiting on tech support to fix the network crash so I can publish https://t.co/1ZSHwxZz82— Digital First cat (@DFNewsCat) January 24, 2017