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3 Things MagMakers Do on Flipboard; Celebrating Four Great Years

Imagine collecting all the things you’ve shared on social networks into one document, you’d probably get an interesting view of yourself—what you want others to know, what you enjoy or maybe what you wish you could do.<p>When organized together, individual items can become more powerful; as a …

Daily Edition Top 10 (Week of March 20, 2017)

This week, the most consequential of Donald Trump‘s presidency thus far, culminated with the biggest news of the week when House Republicans pulled their Obamacare replacement bill from the floor on Friday. The disappointment followed a busy week on the Hill that included the Supreme Court …

The Week in Review: London Hit by Terror Attack

Five people died and at least forty more were injured this week when a man deliberately mounted the pavement and drove into pedestrians before attacking a police officer outside London’s Houses of Parliament.<p>The attacker was British-born Muslim-convert Khalid Masood. He rented a car and travelled …

#ICYMI: Popular Stories in Tech This Week (Week Ending March 24, 2017)

YouTube creators fought back against YouTube’s filtering of LGBTQ voices—a move made after brands wanted more control over what types of content their ads appeared alongside. Uber president (on the job less than a year) called it quits, citing “inconsistent” approaches in leadership. Apple acquired …

Collect & Share Great Stories in Your Own Flipboard Magazines

Flipboard isn’t just for reading. With the ability to make your own magazines, you can curate and share articles with others or collect them to read later. Not only is it easy to do, magazines are flexible and customizable: you can set a beautiful cover, add commentary and photos, and arrange items …

Daily Edition Top 10 (Week of March 13, 2017)

Politics and the Donald Trump administration once again dominated the past week during which the CBO scored the GOP’s health care bill, the White House released their budget plan and Trump’s latest travel ban was blocked by two judges. Read more about these ongoing issues, as well as the other …

The Week in Review: Dutch Election Ripples Across the World

The Netherlands took to the polls this week and voted for current Prime Minister Mark Rutte to stay in power. Over 80 percent of the population, or 10.3 million people, cast their ballots to elect 150 members of the House of Representatives.<p>Rutte faced competition from a variety of opponents but …

And the Winner of the Flipboard + Airbnb Contest Is….

How many of you have ever called someone up to tell them they’ve won a big prize and then captured it all on camera? It’s fun. Really fun.<p>That was Caitrin Garrett of Vermont. We had the pleasure of surprising her with the news that she was the grand prize winner of Flipboard and Airbnb’s “Put a …

#ICYMI: Popular Stories in Tech This Week (Week Ending March 17, 2017)

Are you being watched? Yes, according to the Justice Department, who claim Russia had a lot to do with the hacking behind the recent Yahoo data breach. Furthermore, Facebook told its engineers to stay away from surveillance tools (you know, just in case they were building any). And that …

Get Your SXSW Fix on Flipboard

SXSW 2017 is in full swing right now in Austin, TX, and so too is the content/social media machine pumping out announcements, tweets, photos and clips of everything happening at the festival. It’s the perfect time to peep in via Flipboard and see what’s new.<p><b>1. Add the SXSW Smart Magazine to your</b> …

Daily Edition Top 10 (Week of March 6, 2017)

Health care. Immigration. Security. These common policy themes throughout the Donald Trump administration all received increased attention this week. Republicans on Capitol Hill rolled out a new plan for Obamacare, an altered immigration order was released by the White House and national security …

How to Follow March Madness on Flipboard

March Madness, also known as the NCAA basketball tournament, begins this week in eight sites involving 64 teams (after the play-in games), battling all day and night for four days.<p>Why do they call it Madness? Because it combines the elements of surprise, lunacy, insanity and mania in a nationwide …

The Week in Review: WikiLeaks Releases CIA Documents

Whistle-blowing website WikiLeaks published thousands of documents this week, revealing top U.S. Central Intelligence Agency (CIA) hacking secrets.<p>Released Tuesday, the documents in “Year Zero” are said to be the first disclosure of many in a series dubbed “Vault 7″ that uncovers a global hacking …

#ICYMI: Popular Stories in Tech This Week (Week Ending March 10, 2017)

Uber promised it’ll stop skirting around government regulations—a practice internally called “greyballing”, while Lyft hit its goal of adding 100 new cities to its reach. Meanwhile, Facebook rolled out a “disputed” tag to help fight fake news—but can it? And Twitter introduced blocked profiles, …

On the Red Couch With Country Music Duo Haley & Michaels

<i>Shannon Haley and Ryan Michaels are the now-married couple that make up Haley & Michaels, one of the biggest up-and-coming country duos. The singers, performers and songwriters originally hail from California but were introduced in 2011 in Nashville. Their relationship turned from that of</i> …

Support Women With These Five Flipboard Magazines

It’s going to be a particularly charged International Women’s Day this year, with the people behind the Women’s March calling for a #DayWithoutAWoman strike to draw attention to the need for “gender justice” in our society. At least two schools have announced their closure, while other businesses …

The Week in Review: Attention Turns from Trump’s Congressional Address to Sessions Controversy

President Donald Trump addressed Congress for the first time in his presidency this week in a wide-ranging State of the Union-type speech that touted his efforts in office thus far and laid out his priorities going forward.<p>Tuesday’s address struck a more optimistic tone than that of his convention …

#ICYMI: Popular Stories in Tech This Week (Week Ending March 3, 2017)

Another big week for Snapchat, which went public with a $24 billion valuation. This coming not long after they received a $500 million investment from NBC Universal. Spotify hit 50 million (paying!) users, Twitter will introduce new specific and hopefully effective anti-abuse updates and the …

Daily Edition Top 10 (Week of February 27, 2017)

Attorney General Jeff Sessions recused himself from investigations into Russian interference in the 2016 election Thursday, after news that the former Alabama senator failed to disclose an alleged meeting with a Russian envoy last year.<p>Two women accused of killing the half brother of North Korean …

On the Red Couch With Senior Nomads Michael and Debbie Campbell

Michael and Debbie Campbell are living the dream. Four years ago, the Seattle-based couple sold off their belongings and stopped working so that they could travel the world and enjoy a retirement that most people would want RIGHT NOW.<p>“We wanted to see if we could live our retirement in other …

The Week in Review: Seven Earth-Size Planets Discovered

Astronomers discovered at least seven planets orbiting a star 40 light-years or 235 trillion miles from Earth, according to a study published Wednesday. The Earth-sized planets are all temperate, which means they may have water and the potential to support life.<p>“Answering the question ‘are we …

How to Follow the Oscars on Flipboard

The worlds of acting, style and celebrity will collide Sunday for the 89th Academy Awards in Los Angeles. Comedian and late night host Jimmy Kimmel will anchor the show that is set to acknowledge great performances and craft from the last year in movies. Winners in 24 categories will be announced, …

Daily Edition Top 10 (Week of February 20, 2017)

President Donald Trump continued his controversial decision making this week as he revoked transgender bathroom rules and proposed new immigration guidelines. He also drew criticism for his confusing comments on nonexistent terror concerns in Sweden. His fellow Republicans faced backlash on their …

#ICYMI: Popular Stories in Tech This Week (Week Ending Feb 24)

Can Alexa rat you out to the cops? Will Uber be able to redeem itself? Is WhatsApp ripping off Snapchat? Should anyone control who gets to use gene editing technology, CRISPR-Cas9? All of this and more in this week’s #ICYMI.<p><b>1.</b> Amazon Argues Alexa Speech Protected By First Amendment In Murder Trial …

Daily Edition Top 10 (Week of February 13, 2017)

It was another week with President Donald Trump front and center as his national security adviser Michael Flynn stepped down, while Labor secretary nominee Andy Puzder withdrew, and Trump announced Alexander Acosta as his nominated replacement.<p>As news outlets questioned what was happening behind …

#ICYMI: Popular Stories in Tech This Week (Week Ending Feb 17)

Amazon’s Chime takes on Skype, while Facebook’s new TV app takes on…television. Meanwhile, Apple’s stock is at an “all-time” high as it announces its new slate of TV programming – including a “Shark Tank for apps” called “Planet of the Apps.” Twitter scraps anti-abuse measures after they quickly …

The Week in Review: California Dam Crisis

Almost 200,000 Californian residents were evacuated from their homes Sunday over fears the emergency spillway at the Oroville Dam would fail, leading to flooding of neighboring communities.<p>The dam, located near the Sierra Nevada mountain range in Northern California, helps create the Lake Oroville …

Put a Heart on It and Hang With These Cool Airbnb Experience Hosts

We know you don’t need more convincing to enter Flipboard and Airbnb’s contest to win an all-expenses paid trip with a one-of-a-kind experience at its center, but just in case you want to see the kinds of rad people you’ll meet, we got to know a few Experience Hosts ourselves. Each one has a …

How to Keep Up with #BlackHistoryMonth on Flipboard

February is Black History Month, and here are the ways to read and learn about the black experience in America. From historic civil rights moments like the speeches of Dr. Martin Luther King, Jr. to police brutality and modern social media activism, there are decades of ground to cover. Here are …

The Week in Review: President Trump’s International Ties

In the week following President Donald Trump’s immigration ban his relations with countries across the world continue to be under scrutiny.<p>Trump was joined by Japanese Prime Minister Shinzo Abe at the White House Friday. The two leaders took time to discuss the importance of an alliance between …