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Benfica must use makeshift defence aqainst Zenit

first_imgBENFICA will field a makeshift rearguard when they travel to one of their least favourite hunting grounds to defend a 1-0 Champions League lead at Zenit St Petersburg on Wednesday (7pm).The Primeira Liga winners are missing three central defenders plus goalkeeper Julio Cesar for the last-16 second leg at the Petrovskiy Stadium.Luisao and Lisandro Lopez are injured and Jardel is suspended. That leaves Victor Lindelof, who started the season as a reserve, as the only recognised central defender in the squad.Right-back Andre Almeida is also banned while Julio Cesar will be replaced by fellow Brazilian Ederson because of a thigh injury.Benfica’s record of one win, two draws and four defeats in seven visits to Russia hardly augurs well either. Their only victory came 20 years ago when they beat Lokomotiv Moscow 3-2 in the now-defunct European Cup Winners’ Cup.Coach Rui Vitoria, however, is buoyed by Saturday’s 1-0 triumph at Sporting that sent his side to the top of the Portuguese league ahead of their neighbours.“It’s always better to work from the base of a win,” he said.Benfica have notched 13 victories in 14 matches this year with only a league defeat against arch-rivals Porto interrupting the sequence.Vitoria has no worries in attack where striker Jonas has scored 28 goals in 35 games in all competitions and is enjoying the best season of his career at the age of 31.Zenit boss Andre Villas-Boas, who faced Benfica seven times as coach of Portuguese rivals Academica Coimbra and Porto, said the supporters could lift his side to victory and a first-ever quarter-final place.“We have the advantage going into the return leg, by this I mean our supporters,” said the former Chelsea and Tottenham Hotspur supremo.“I am sure the stadium will be packed and they will create an atmosphere which will help the team to a new level.“We are sure we can overcome the deficit,” added the Portuguese. “Reaching the quarter-finals of the Champions League is our dream and this could be a very important event for Russian football.”last_img read more

 

Where is the US$18M oil bonus?

first_imgDear Editor,Several weeks ago, I asked where is the $30 billion the Government, through SPU/NICIL, took on behalf of GuySuCo. To this day, no one in Government is providing answers to the people. Now I am asking again, where is the $US18 million Exxon bonus money? These enormous sums of money, amounts that exceed the total amount paid to the entire public service as salaries and benefits for an entire year, have become State secrets. People ask these questions not because they are prying into other people’s business, but because it is their right to want to know about their assets. While people are still waiting to hear an answer for the $30 billion GuySuCo loan, they also want answers for the US$18 million Exxon money.Why is APNU/AFC so secretive about the Exxon US$18 million? Where is the money? How has it been spent, if any has been spent? The stewardship of the $US18 million Exxon money has been illegal from the start and is in total violations of all the relevant laws of Guyana. As the Leader of the Opposition, Bharat Jagdeo, reminded people, the money was not accounted for in the 2017, 2018 and the 2019 Budgets as required by law. Political malfeasance is a horrendous indiscretion by any Government, but the unaccountability and non-transparency with which the US$18 million Exxon money has been handled is totally illegal, breaching all the laws of Guyana. The State Assets Recovery Agency (SARA) and Special Organised Crime Unit (SOCU) have become complicit in the breaches because neither of them sees it fit and proper to be even a little inquisitive.APNU/AFC kept the Exxon contract a secret for almost two years. They received US$18 million from Exxon and hid it in a secret account at the Bank of Guyana. Later, the Finance Minister claimed the money was in a secret account in a secret foreign bank. As the Opposition and civic society demanded answers and transparency, Raphael Trotman dug in and claimed the contract had to be kept secret because of national security. When the secret bank account with the US$18 million was exposed, Trotman led the denial and even the President denied, even though the truth was staring at every Guyanese citizen. It turned out to be a secret in plain sight. The contract was then released, as APNU/AFC succumbed to the intense political and civic pressure. We have now known the details of the contract for almost two years, we know there was an Exxon payment of US$18 million since 2016. We do not know where the money is and if any has been used.Trotman now admits that hiding the contract and the payment was wrong. Now that the successful no-confidence motion of Parliament has forced APNU/AFC into caretaker status, Ministers who for almost four years, since May 2015, were too busy to visit and discourse with the people have found time to do so. They are suddenly regretting many things they know were corruption, mismanagement and incompetence, not because of any genuine epiphany, but in a continued effort to fool people. Trotman still insists they were correct because of national security reasons. Yet for almost two years now, since they were forced to release the contract and concede they received the money, he cannot show us what national security was compromised.More importantly, he still refuses to tell the nation where the US$18 million is. Guyanese people want to know. The Parliament demanded answers. People have gone to court for answers. Mr Jordon, Mr Trotman, Mr Greenidge come clean and account for the $US18 million. President Granger, you have a duty to let the Guyanese people know what happened to the US$18 million Exxon money. The nation does not need admission and regrets, the nation wants a simple, plain answer.Sincerely,Dr Leslie Ramsammylast_img read more

 

GECOM Chairperson do your job

first_imgDear Editor,Now, that we are cognizant of the intentions of The PNC Led Coalition, that is, to delay elections for as long as possible and to hold on to power as long as they possibly can, what should the election body do in such circumstances? This is the question that should be on every member of GECOM’s mind.This is the burning issue, but for some clandestine reason this chairperson seems not to understand? We, the People have already made our decision, twice to be exact, we’ve made that decision at the LGE Level and are eagerly awaiting our turn at the national level. We want an end to all of these meetings, interviews and what have you, of this illegal government with a final view to general elections soonest. We, The People, want elections because that is the end result of a successful passage of a no-confidence motion.Having said that, what should be the role of the newly installed Chairperson? I say her role should be one of expediting the dictates of the law as it relates to preparedness in time for elections within the legally stipulated time-frame. There should be no delay in such matters because the affairs of an entire nation are at stake.However, this aspect of the nation’s business has been stymied by the many twists and turns in this ongoing saga of general election and a government’s fear of facing the electorate. Incidentally, GECOM who is supposed to be an autonomous and bipartisan body seems to be caught up in this mess also. I do hope that this electoral body get its act together and in the final analysis get into election mode. So, let us get a few pertinent facts cleared up, before we discuss this election business in a detailed manner.For starters Madam Justice Chairperson took an entire month to as it were “settle in” that is making cordial remarks and talking to members of the secretariat, smiling and handshakes. We are talking about an entire month to make such salutations, when the urgent business of getting ready for Election 2019 was on the cards. It shows what mettle she is made of and to whose side she is leaning.This is certainly not a good sign at all and does not augur well for the independence of the chairman or the GECOM. These occurrences all show some form of collusion with the illegal powers that be and that the chairwoman is acting under instructions from other outside sources.Another case in point is in the stopping of the house to house registration, then soon after backpedaling in the statement that there would be a merger of the names from that very same process, she put a stop to. How can she in all fairness add registrants from an incomplete list to the National Register, this is an illegal act? This is preposterous and coming from a Chairwoman/former judge? Outrageous! You cannot merge an illegal document (the printed house to house registration forms was never sanctioned by parliament) on to the national register; this constitutes an illegal act. Further to it as a judge, Singh should know that you cannot use an unverified – and in the majority of cases duplicated list – on to the national register, this openly constitutes a fraud.As a former judge Madam Justice Claudette Singh ought to know that you cannot, I repeat, you cannot legitimize a fraud, this is outrageous behaviour! You just have to go straight into the Claims and Objections Phase which means that those persons who would have attained the age of 18 years and are eligible to vote would have been automatically updated into the National List of Electors. Conversely, those who have died would be taken off the list by the clean and verified list that can only come from the GRO; It is as simple as that!Are we to believe then that 370,000 persons reached the age to vote in the last five months? That is the rank foolishness this government is telling us? They are telling us in no uncertain language, that Guyana saw a rise in 370,000 “new” names in 5 months and as such this must be “merged” or in other words “added” to the NRR, this is the Anansi Story this government is giving us? Outrageous! The truth of the matter is, that figure of 370,000 represents a duplication of registrants and as such should be left alone and the real update should be sought from the established list that they allowed to expire in April of this year.Finally, what we see transpiring before our eyes is a chairperson who at best is a jellyfish actor, one who says one thing but undercover, does another. Is she afraid of doing the right thing? As someone rightly said, “this judge/chairwoman is under pressure, that is the reason for her behaving in this manner”.Well, I vehemently reject that assumption, I submit that she is not under any pressure other than that which she has created for herself. If she sticks to the letter of the law, as she asserted, then she has nothing to fear, however, a deviation from the laws that govern our country means that she is bound to get into these shameful alleyways and poorly crafted apologies would be the order of the day.If anyone that is under pressure then it is The Chief Justice and she has carried out her duties with high regards and legal precision. Claudette Singh on the other hand wants to “please” and for that reason she will go down in history as a weak, vacillating Judge/chairperson who was grossly guilty of dereliction of duty.Respectfully,Neil Adamslast_img read more

 

NCN tower had to be moved to facilitate airport expansion – official confirms

first_imgPradoville 2The removal of the National Communications Network (NCN) transmission tower from Sparendaam, East Coast Demerara, was done in order to facilitate the expansion of the then Ogle Airport and not the development of the Pradoville 2 housing area, which is currently under investigation by the Special Organised Crime Unity (SOCU) of the Guyana Police Force.This was confirmed by Public Communications Consultant of the Eugene F Correia International Airport, Kit Nascimento, who told Guyana Times that the NCN antenna tower at Sparendaam penetrated the Obstacle Clearance Limitations (OCL) for operations of the extended runway as part of the development of what was then Ogle Airport, now renamed the Eugene F CorreiaPublic Communications Consultant of Eugene F Correia International Airport, Kit NascimentoInternational Airport.“Ogle Airport Inc [OAI], therefore, communicated this fact to the Government for the removal of the tower since 2004, in accordance with the company’s Lease Agreement for the development of the Airport. The tower was removed from Sparendaam in 2010 and OAI was then in a position to proceed with its Airport Expansion Project,” Nascimento told this newspaper on Friday.The issue of the tower, which has since been relocated to La Parfaite Harmonie, on the West Bank of Demerara, came up for scrutiny during the ongoing probe of the exclusive housing scheme. Over the last few days, SOCU has arrested and detained several former prominent Government officials under the People’s Progressive Party/Civic (PPP/C) regime, including former President and now Opposition Leader Bharrat Jagdeo; former Prime Minister and President Samuel Hinds; former Head of the Presidential Secretariat (HPS), Dr Roger Luncheon; and former Ministers Priya Manickchand; Irfaan Ali; Clement Rohee; and Jennifer Westford, among others in connection to their role in the Pradoville 2 scheme.In fact, after meeting with SOCU officials at the Camp Road Headquarters on Wednesday, former Prime Minister Hinds told reporters that he was questioned about the transmission tower that was located from Sparendaam. At the time, heEugene F Correia International Airportwas Prime Minister with responsibility for the aviation sector.Hinds had explained that talks of the removal of the transmission tower begun in 2004, some seven years before it was actually relocated to allow for the Airport’s expansion. He noted that there are documents to support this. Moreover, the former Prime Minister pointed out that after going into to office back in 1992, the PPP/C Administration was challenged by the Correia’s who opened a hangar at the then Ogle Airport, claiming that enough was not being done for the private aircraft industry.From this, Hinds added, discussions started for the Airport expansion into a municipal and regional airport, for which the tower had to be removed.While this is the contention of both the Airport authorities and the former Administration, the recent forensic audit into the operations of Government holding company – the National Industrial and Commercial Investment Limited (NICIL) indicate otherwise.According to the report, “the removal and relocation of the NCN transmission tower were done to facilitate the housing development of the (Sparendaam) area.” The document went on to highlight that State funds amounting to $257 million were expended on the development of the Sparendaam housing project (Pradoville 2).However, NICIL had maintained during the audit that the relocation was done for expansion of the Airport, but the auditor outlined in the report that there was no reference to the tower being in the flight path of aircraft operating out of Ogle Airport in any of NICIL’s Board minutes or in any of the Cabinet’s decisions in relation to the Sparendaam Project.Moreover, the report detailed that NCN had even made representation for the relocation of the tower for improved transmission. According to the auditor, Anand Goolsarran, “it is also not clear to whom NCN made representation for the relocation of the tower since the established procedure is for NCN to request funding via the National Budget to undertake any capital works.”last_img read more

 

Sweet revenge as Dortmund pound Bayern

first_img0Shares0000DORTMUND, Germany, July 27- Borussia Dortmund exacted partial revenge on Bayern Munich for their Champions League final defeat with a 4-2 win in a gripping German Super Cup encounter on Saturday.Dortmund, undone 2-1 at Wembley and distant runners-up to champions Bayern in the Bundesliga, deprived new Bayern coach Pep Guardiola of his first piece of silverware and inflicted his first loss since the former Barcelona boss took over from Jupp Heynckes. The home side took a sixth-minute lead, largely due to a mistake by Bayern keeper Tom Starke, who after a poor clearance was unable to keep out Marco Reus’s diving header.Dortmund thought they’d gone two goals clear minutes later only for striker Robert Lewandowski’s effort to be ruled offside.Bayern showed plenty of attacking intent without reward in an evenly matched first half as Arjen Robben, Thiago Alcantra and Mario Mandzukic were kept at bay by Dortmund’s defence.At the restart Dortmund coach Jurgen Klopp made a straight switch in midfield, Sven Bender replaced by Sebastian Kehl.The match, in front of a sell-out 80,645 crowd, then exploded, with three goals in the space of as many minutes.First up was Robben, whose late intervention had settled the Champions League final, levelled with a header by the far post after a fine cross from Philipp Lahm.Seconds later, down at the other end, an almighty mix up resulted in Bayern defender Daniel van Buyten’s back header slipping past a distraught Starke, standing in for the injured Manuel Neuer, to put Dortmund back in front.And then to Bayern’s disbelief Dortmund stretched their advantage when Ilkay Gundogan curled a shot from the edge of the box into the bottom corner.The game had barely time to draw breath when Robben gave fresh hope to Bayern after the hour, the Dutch star linking up well with Lahm for the game’s fourth goal inside ten minutes.Borussia’s new signing, attacking midfielder Pierre-Emerick Aubameyang from Saint Etienne, made his debut in place of Jakub Blaszczykowski for the closing 20 minutes.Thomas Muller hit the bar for Bayern but Dortmund snatched a fourth via Reus, set up by Aubameyang, the pulsating win giving Klopp’s side a timely boost ahead of the start of the new Bundesliga campaign on August 9.0Shares0000(Visited 1 times, 1 visits today)last_img read more

 

Fire damages fence, tree overnight

first_img“It’s not uncommon for something as small as a cigarette to start a fire in bark mulch,” he explains. “It appeared to start on the resident’s side of the fence.” There was also no sign of other causes like youth starting fireworks in the area.Burrows also remarks on the strange path of the fire, saying the bottom three quarters of the nearby tree escaped damage, while the top quarter is completely singed.- Advertisement – “It’s just funny the way it climbed up the tree; it left probably 30 feet of tree untouched and then it burned the top ten feet off it,” he says. “It’s just all blackened and every needle’s gone.” He explains the fire may have travelled up the middle of the tree by quickly burning debris on the tree like sap, and not burning deep in the lower level. The Fire Department was able to put out the fire quickly, and there was no damage to the house.Advertisementlast_img read more

 

Watford v Manchester United confirmed teams: Marcos Rojo and Jesse Lingard start

first_img1 The Red Devils face an in-form Hornets side Manchester United travel to Vicarage Road looking to cut Manchester City’s lead at the top of the Premier League table.The Red Devils currently trail Pep Guardiola’s side by eight points and can ill afford to lose further ground ahead of a busy festive schedule.An in-form Watford could secure their third consecutive Premier League victory with a win tonight – a feat they have managed once before in December 2015.Marco Siva’s side could move into sixth place with a win and will be encouraged by United’s failure to score on their two most recent away trips.Take a look at the confirmed teams below:Watford XI: Gomes, Mariappa, Kabasele, Prodl, Femenia, Doucoure, Cleverley, Zeegelaar, Hughes, Gray, RicharlisonSubstitutes: Janmaat, Deeney, Wague, Carrillo, Capoue, Karnezis, PereyraManchester United XI: De Gea, Lindelof, Smalling, Rojo, Valencia, Pogba, Matic, Young, Lingard, Martial, LukakuSubstitutes: Mata, Ibrahimovic,Rashford, Romero, Ander Herrera, Darmian, McTominaylast_img read more

 

5th of parents say kids staying on Net too long

first_imgNEW YORK – One American parent in every five believes kids in the home are spending too much time on the Internet, though most parents say the online activities haven’t affected grades either way. In a study to be released today by the University of Southern California, 21 percent of adult Internet users with children believe the kids are online too long, compared with 11 percent who thought so in 2000. Still, the proportion is less than the 49 percent who complain that their kids watch too much TV. About 80 percent of the children say the Internet is important for schoolwork, although three-quarters of the parents say grades haven’t gone up or down since they got Internet access. But more than half the former users – the most ever – have no intention of returning online. Overall, 60 percent of nonusers have no plans to go online within the next year. Cole said the numbers raise the prospect of a permanent subclass of nonusers. “Internet penetration has largely plateaued,” he said. Americans 66 and older remain the most disconnected, with only 38 percent online. For all other age groups, at least 74 percent are online, with penetration hitting 99 percent for those 18 and younger, likely because most U.S. schools now have some form of Internet access. Lack of a computer 14 hours a week On average, users spend 14 hours a week online, compared with 9.4 hours in 2000. Thirty-seven percent of home Net users still have dial-up accounts, compared with 26 percent with high-speed cable modems and 24 percent with DSL. Eleven percent go online through mobile devices – not necessarily exclusively – averaging two hours a week. The study revealed little change in the effect on television. Thirty-six percent of home Internet users say they have spent less time watching TV since they started going online, roughly the same as the 33 percent who said that in 2001. Cole said the increased use of high-speed connections has a lot to do with that. On dial-up accounts, people were accessing the Internet 20 or 30 minutes at a time – “generally time not spent watching television,” Cole said. “Broadband changed all that. They are on 30, 40, 50 times a day for two or three minutes at a time. It’s not a big bucket of time displacing television.” People may be paying less attention to television commercials, however – going online during program breaks, he said. Nevertheless, 41 percent of veteran Internet users – those online for more than nine years – say they have spent less time watching television, while the same is said by only 23 percent of those who have gone online within the year. The study found nearly one-fourth of online users – especially newcomers to the Internet – say they spend less time reading. The telephone survey of 2,269 U.S. households was conducted in English and Spanish from February to April and included follow-up interviews with respondents to previous studies. The study has a margin of sampling error of plus or minus 3 percentage points.160Want local news?Sign up for the Localist and stay informed Something went wrong. Please try again.subscribeCongratulations! You’re all set! AD Quality Auto 360p 720p 1080p Top articles1/5READ MORESurfer attacked by shark near Channel Islands calls rescue a ‘Christmas miracle’Forty-seven percent of the adults say they have withheld use of the Internet as a form of punishment. Banning television is still more popular, reported by 57 percent of the adults. The study also found that only 27 percent of owners use cell phones for text messaging, photo transmitting and other nonvoice functions, but the figure rises to 54 percent among those ages 18 to 24 and to 45 percent among those under 18. The study has been conducted most years since 2000. Over that time, researchers have seen Internet use grow from 67 percent to 78 percent of those surveyed. Access at home increased to 68 percent, from 47 percent. One of the few surveys to look at why people are offline, the study found the reason most often is lack of a working computer. Of the 22 percent of Americans who do not currently use the Internet, more than one-fourth are former users who dropped out. “Almost nobody drops out out of dissatisfaction,” said Jeffrey Cole, director of USC’s Center for the Digital Future. “The reason most people drop off is they change jobs or their computer breaks.” last_img read more

 

ISP Bloomington District A.C.E.S. Troopers Continue Battling the Drug Epidemic

first_imgThe A.C.E.S. respond to calls for service, investigate crashes and criminal cases, and are involved in the communities like all Indiana State Troopers.  However, their patrols specifically target criminal activity. They work closely with the Indiana State Police Drug Enforcement Section (DES) and local agencies, identifying high crime areas and drug suspects. The A.C.E.S. conduct both targeted patrols of these areas, as well as random patrols throughout the Bloomington District in an attempt to deter the rampant drug use and dealing that plagues our nation. They also assist in warrant services and lengthy, ongoing drug investigatons.During the course of the first 10 months of 2017, the A.C.E.S. have generated the following activity: 4,473 traffic contacts (tickets and warnings), 58 OWI arrests, 84 crashes investigated, 1,241 police services, 1,508 criminal arrests including 649 felony arrests, and 362 criminal cases investigated.The Indiana State Police recognize that although enforcement is a key component in the fight on the opioid problems, it is not the only one. The Bloomington District partners with other law enforcement and judicial agencies, the healthcare community, and treatment facilities in an attempt to make the biggest impact possible.  In 2017, Bloomington District Troopers began supplying those they encounter who are affected by the drug epidemic with an extensive list of treatment options and facilities in the area. It is hoped that with all components working together, we can one day overcome this current opioid crisis.If you are concerned about possible drug activity in your community or have specific drug information, you are asked to contact the Indiana State Police Bloomington District at 812-332-4411.The Indiana State Police Bloomington District A.C.E.S. (Aggressive Criminal Enforcement Section) have continued to be extremely busy battling the drug epidemic in our local communities.  This team, led by Sgt. Greg Day, is a group of highly trained and motivated troopers who are extremely skilled at detecting criminal activity.  Team members include Senior Trooper Chris Griggs, S/Trp. Allen Deel, his K-9 Drogos, Trp. Richard Klun and his K-9 Loki, Trp. Riley Nungester, Trp. Zach Parker, Trp. Matt Harris, Trp. Caleb Garvin, and Trp. Gabe Bault.The A.C.E.S. respond to calls for service, investigate crashes and criminal cases, and are involved in the communities like all Indiana State Troopers.  However, their patrols specifically target criminal activity.  They work closely with the Indiana State Police Drug Enforcement Section (DES) and local agencies, identifying high crime areas and drug suspects.  The A.C.E.S. conduct both targeted patrols of these areas, as well as random patrols throughout the Bloomington District in an attempt to deter the rampant drug use and dealing that plagues our nation. They also assist in warrant services and lengthy, ongoing drug investigatons.During the course of the first 10 months of 2017, the A.C.E.S. have generated the following activity: 4,473 traffic contacts (tickets and warnings), 58 OWI arrests, 84 crashes investigated, 1,241 police services, 1,508 criminal arrests including 649 felony arrests, and 362 criminal cases investigated.The Indiana State Police recognize that although enforcement is a key component in the fight on the opioid problems, it is not the only one.  The Bloomington District partners with other law enforcement and judicial agencies, the healthcare community, and treatment facilities in an attempt to make the biggest impact possible.  In 2017, Bloomington District Troopers began supplying those they encounter who are affected by the drug epidemic with an extensive list of treatment options and facilities in the area. It is hoped that with all components working together, we can one day overcome this current opioid crisis.If you are concerned about possible drug activity in your community or have specific drug information, you are asked to contact the Indiana State Police Bloomington District at 812-332-4411. The Indiana State Police Bloomington District A.C.E.S. (Aggressive Criminal Enforcement Section) have continued to be extremely busy battling the drug epidemic in our local communities. This team, led by Sgt. Greg Day, is a group of highly trained and motivated troopers who are extremely skilled at detecting criminal activity. Team members include Senior Trooper Chris Griggs, S/Trp. Allen Deel, his K-9 Drogos, Trp. Richard Klun and his K-9 Loki, Trp. Riley Nungester, Trp. Zach Parker, Trp. Matt Harris, Trp. Caleb Garvin, and Trp. Gabe Bault.last_img read more

 

Facebook’s Hybrid News Feed Wants You to Pay Attention

first_imgTwo weeks after the launch of Facebook’s hybrid news feed, impressions per post dropped -25% while likes and comments are up +9% and +21%, respectively, according to data from an Edgerank study of 3500+ Facebook pages over the time period of 9/3-9/17 and 9/24-10/8. This data remains consistent with the first week’s numbers, which showed that impressions per post were down -33% while likes and comments went up +18% and +17%, respectively. Tags:#Facebook#web Facebook is Becoming Less Personal and More Pro… Guide to Performing Bulk Email Verification The Dos and Don’ts of Brand Awareness Videos Related Posts center_img alicia eler I check my Facebook multiple times a day, and I never did see that content in my news feed again even though a number of my Facebook friends had commented on it, liked it and shared it. This makes perfect sense, since you’re a lot less likely to like, share or comment on a story that you’ve already seen. Why are People Commenting and Liking More Now Than Before?When a user engages with content by commenting, liking or re-sharing, more people see the content. So if content is highly sharable and engaging, it will pop up in the news feed quickly, whereas un-engaging posts will not. Even if your content is highly sharable, most people will only see it once, says SearchEngineWatch. This is why the hybrid news feed sometimes shows “top news,” but most of the time just shows “recent stories.”As an experiment this week, I’ve been starting off my mornings by sharing a piece of highly sharable content that I see popping up a lot in my news feed. Here’s what surfaced today: A Comprehensive Guide to a Content Auditlast_img read more