How to Seal Outside Cracks on Your Home – Today’s Homeowner

How to Seal Outside Cracks on Your Home

Sealing up cracks on the outside of your home is important to prevent rainwater from seeping in and causing rot and mold. Sealing cracks also increases energy efficiency by reducing air infiltration. Watch this video to learn more.

Advertisements

The Importance of Holiday Marketing in October [Infographic]

A recent research by Adroll says that the marketers should not ignore the month of October if they are looking to start their winter holiday marketing campaigns. This research was based on the data collected from the Adroll’s customers that were using the e-commerce advertising platform of…

[ This is a content summary only. Visit our website http://www.digitalinformationworld.com/ for full links, other content, and more! ]

Facebook says Data of 50 Million Users has been Breached

Another day with another Facebook news related to privacy and data leakage. I think Facebook has learnt the art to be in the news headlines in a bad way. This year was very tough for Facebook as they are already in deep trouble related to privacy issues and now suddenly Facebook announced that 50mn…

[ This is a content summary only. Visit our website http://www.digitalinformationworld.com/ for full links, other content, and more! ]

The hearing’s over, but people still aren’t buying Kavanaugh’s discredited argument

TwitterFacebook

Brett Kavanaugh’s seemingly tenuous relationship with the truth is still haunting those who watched him testify on Thursday.

At times, the prospective Supreme Court justice abandoned composure to shed tears and scream, but at his most jarring he straight-up refused to answer questions directly, was unwilling to request an FBI investigation, and, as further research revealed, apparently lied under oath.

In the days since the hearing, people have replayed his testimony in their minds and on their screens. They’ve turned Kavanaugh’s words around over and over again to really let them simmer. And it seems the more thought that’s given to his responses, the more discussions about his dishonesty rage on social media. Read more…

More about Politics, Social Media, Web Culture, Brett Kavanaugh, and Culture

Someone mashed up Kavanaugh’s testimony with ‘Pulp Fiction’ and it works disturbingly well

TwitterFacebook

Are you a big Pulp Fiction fan? Let us ruin that for you.

The production company Elara Pictures posted a disturbing video mashup to Instagram Friday: the hamburger scene from Pulp Fiction alongside a few choice moments from Brett Kavanaugh’s petulant testimony before the Senate Judiciary Committee.

Remember how, in the movie, Samuel L. Jackson says “Check out the big brain on Brett?” And remember when Kavanaugh (a Brett) bragged about going to Yale Law School yesterday? You see where this is going.

View this post on Instagram

CHECK OUT THE BIG BRAIN ON BRETT

A post shared by Elara (@elarapictures) on Read more…

More about Twitter, Social Media, Brett Kavanaugh, Culture, and Web Culture

Apple certainly plans to rob you this year

The new Apple devices launched this year, iPhone XS and XS Max, are all but cheap. With the prices going as high as $1,449 for the iPhone XS Max, people have tried to figure out how much it actually costs to manufacture this model. Surprisingly, it cost about $1,000 less than its selling…

[ This is a content summary only. Visit our website http://www.digitalinformationworld.com/ for full links, other content, and more! ]