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THE COMUNICANO for Friday January 17th 2019

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DoorDash isn't really paying off...AI and your job interview-what you need to know...Pricing for NBC'
 
January 17 · Issue #671 · View online
Andy Abramson
DoorDash isn’t really paying off…AI and your job interview-what you need to know…Pricing for NBC’s Peacock is revealed….YouTube advertisers support the wrong causes…FaceBook says no ads in WhatsApp (for now)…Blockchain services may eliminate the need for a passport…Need a workout trainer-just go online….Thirstie makes spirit sales more direct to consumerMicrosoft and T-Mobile deliver more education to more places…those stories and more, and my interview on ESPN 610’s Museum of Sports Show in Philadelphia are all here today, in THE COMUNICANO!!!

AI Watch
There's a new obstacle to landing a job after college: Getting approved by AI There's a new obstacle to landing a job after college: Getting approved by AI
Streaming Watch
NBC’s Peacock streaming service will launch on July 15th with three different price tiers NBC’s Peacock streaming service will launch on July 15th with three different price tiers
YouTube ads of 100 top brands fund climate misinformation
Facebook Watch
 Facebook Backs Off Controversial Plan to Sell Ads in WhatsApp Facebook Backs Off Controversial Plan to Sell Ads in WhatsApp
Blockchain Watch
This security company wants you to throw away your passport This security company wants you to throw away your passport
WorkoutTech Watch
Flight Live matches users with trainers for online, on-demand personal workouts Flight Live matches users with trainers for online, on-demand personal workouts
BoozeTech Watch
Thirstie Launches Thirstie Access to Let Alcohol Brands Sell Directly to Consumers Online Thirstie Launches Thirstie Access to Let Alcohol Brands Sell Directly to Consumers Online
KidTech Watch
The best kids tablets for gaming, reading and (groan) homework The best kids tablets for gaming, reading and (groan) homework
Podcast Watch
Luminary lowers its controversial podcast fee to $4.99 from $7.99 monthly Luminary lowers its controversial podcast fee to $4.99 from $7.99 monthly
Microsoft Watch
Microsoft partners with T-Mobile to deliver the Internet to underserved areas for education Microsoft partners with T-Mobile to deliver the Internet to underserved areas for education
Delivery Watch
No Free Lunch, but almost: what DoorDash actually pays, after expense
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