By far the most useful tip I got when reading from fellow HQ Trivia players online was to pay attention to the game even when you just lost. The app lets you resume watching. And if you have a few minutes to kill, it a great way to study the structure of the game, and what traps other users (and possibly you) fall into.
Last year was tough for the industry as a whole, as many clients scaled back spending. But R/GA was better positioned than most to weather the storm, thanks to its strength in non advertising businesses. Evidence its consulting practice, the fastest growing and most profitable part of R/GA.
The most popular Nintendo Switch screen protector is probably amFilm Tempered Glass option. I tried four, and in all four instances two attempts each on different Switch systems I couldn rub out stubborn air bubbles, which look even more odious than scratches. With Otium protectors (I tried one each on those same two Switch systems), I had none.
Ten nauseating minutes pass. Harris, sweating, tries and fails to focus on the college football highlights playing on a laptop. Williams, standing, scrolls through Twitter and shares anything he reads that might defuse the tension. Yes, those are two fully armored knights kick punch chopping the shit out of each other in an MMA ring, and no, that’s not an isolated incident where a couple of extras find an empty ring and decide to take some badass Facebook profile pics. A Russian MMA promotion called M 1 has started featuring them in their otherwise ordinary events, and they’ve become so popular they’re even trying to put together a knights only federation called M 1 Medieval. They’re still figuring out the exact rules, though the final rule set is almost certainly going to forbid some of the more fatal strikes and the use of sharpened blades, because they recognize spraying the front seats with blood and limbs “Monty Python’s Black Knight” style is generally frowned upon if you do it in every match.
I won’t lie, I move. Rest is timed for each and every set. Sometimes as little as thirty seconds for warm up sets, and no more than 90 seconds on working sets. Part 1: After 10 years at Facebook, Elliot Schrage is leaving his job as head of public policy and communications. He told Recode that he wanted to “start a new chapter.” Because, he says, “leading policy and communications for hyper growth technology companies is a joy but it’s also intense and leaves little room for much else. Mark, Sheryl and I have been discussing this for a while.” Schrage will help the company find a replacement, and then he’ll be an adviser to CEO Mark Zuckerberg and COO Sheryl Sandberg.