The Twitter accounts of some prominent antifascist organizers and journalists were suspended last week, after right-wing trolls petitioned Musk to ban them (The Intercept).

The Intercept: The Twitter accounts of some prominent anti-fascist organizers and journalists were suspended last week, after right-wing trolls petitioned Musk to ban them.— Elon Musk claims he’s “fighting for free speech in America,” but the social network’s new owner appears to be overseeing the removal of left-wing activists from the platform.

Sony launches motion capture wearable for Metaverse

Sony Japan on Tuesday unveiled Mocopi, a set of wearable motion-tracking sensors that capture user movements that are mirrored by virtual avatars in Metaverse, or virtual and augmented reality platforms. See related articles: S. Korea Publishes Ethical Guidelines for Metaverse Fast facts Mokopi has six bands that a user can wear on their ankles, wrists, … Read more

Cricket Australia v West Indies live scoreboard: Justin Langer, knee protest

Australia has kicked off its Test summer against the West Indies. Follow all the latest news and analysis from Perth after Pat Cummins won the toss and chose to bat. Australia kicks off its Test summer against the West Indies today. Follow all the action from Perth in what is sure to be a fiery … Read more

MG India Ranked Top in Customer Service for 2nd Consecutive Year, JD Power 2022 CSI Study

https://ift.tt/PaAtk7I Business Wire India According to the JD Power 2022 India Customer Service Index (CSI) Study, car owners in India value a proactive service advisor-led interaction during their service experience.SM, released today. After a hiatus since 2021, JD Power has re-launched the India Customer Service Index (CSI) Survey in partnership with NielsenIQ. Contact with service … Read more

Today’s Wordle Answer #529 – November 30, 2022 Solutions and Hints

The solution to today’s Wordle puzzle (#529 – November 30, 2022) is Study. The word comes from the Old French “estudiier” (source of modern French “étudier”), meaning to apply oneself or show enthusiasm for something. It has its roots in the medieval Latin “studier” or “studium”, which originally translated as interest — from the same … Read more