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25 мая, 18:46

10 Gorgeous Ways to Style Beachy Hair

You don't need to book an island vacation to get perfect beach hair! Believe it or not, these stunning styles can be achieved at home, at any time of year.

23 мая, 19:54

Welcome Back to History, America!

Matthew Yglesias tweeted: **Matthew Yglesias**: _On Twitter: "It seems profoundly dysfunctional_ that the whole imperial court has to travel, lest some particular faction bend the king's ear. " All I can say is: Matthew, I welcome you and I welcome the United States back to history. [The _Economist_][] compares Donald Trump to Henry VIII—not just once, but [again][], [and again][]. It's not meant to be a compliment. However, English governance under King Henry VIII Tudor functioned better than under his son Edward VI Tudor and his daughter Mary I Tudor. The reigns of Henry VIII and his father Henry VII were bookended by periods of turmoil and chaos, beginning and ending with the murdered child monarchs Lady Jane Grey and Edward V York. And, recall, Henry VIII and his father were breaths of stability and calm compared to what had happened before: The wheels really came off under Henry VI Lancaster. Whatever normalcy was restored under Edward IV York, while the Wydville-Gloucester feud burbled under the surface, collapsed when the wheels came off again under Richard III York. Henry VIII seems a worse-than-average king when he stands in the shadow of his daughter Elizabeth I Tudor and his great-great uncle...

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21 мая, 12:06

10 Unbelievably Easy Hair Styles You’ll Want to Rock All Summer

Summer is all about looking effortlessly beautiful, so why spend hours trying to make your hair look perfect? Check out these natural, easy 'dos instead.

19 мая, 09:00

Doctors of Madness: The punk band before punk, that predicted Trump before Trump

They perfected angry screeching misanthropy before the Sex Pistols – and helped inspire bands such as the Damned and the Skids. So why have they been consigned to history?“We were John the Baptist, we weren’t Jesus Christ.” Doctors of Madness frontman Richard Strange is talking about his band’s prophetic-but-premature relationship to punk. “We didn’t know what was coming, we were just bored with what had been,” Strange adds, describing how mid-70s entropy – the lull between glam’s twilight and punk’s dawn – goaded the group into existence.In recent years, cult interest has fastened on a phase in the 70s that has been called “punk before punk”: a catch-all for a musically motley bunch of bands who anticipated one aspect or other of 1977’s insurrection. In this not-quite-a-genre you’ll find stompy boot-boy rockers the Jook, the theatrical menace of Sensational Alex Harvey Band, Oi!-anticipating Cockney hooligans Heavy Metal Kids, the spiky New Wave premonitions of Jet and Ultravox, Musical Vomit’s shock-rock, and the back-to-basics blast of the Hammersmith Gorillas. Continue reading...

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19 мая, 02:11

Инвесторы на колесах // Как на российском рынке онлайн-такси создают «национального чемпиона»

Онлайн-сервисы по вызову машин уже вызвали революцию на российском рынке перевозок, подчинив многие таксопарки, и теперь продолжают бороться за право стать на нем игроком номер один. Расходы на в основном убыточные проекты, которые только в этом году достигнут $250–300 млн, не пугают инвесторов, продолжающих повышать ставки. Оценочная капитализация каждого из двух крупнейших отечественных игроков — «Яндекс.Такси», а также объединенной Fasten и Rutaxi — уже перевалила за $1 млрд. Теперь инвесторы ждут появления компании, способной соперничать не только с американской Uber, но и с китайской Didi Chuxing в случае ее экспансии в Россию.

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19 мая, 00:01

Инвесторы на колесах // Как на российском рынке онлайн-такси создают «национального чемпиона»

Онлайн-сервисы по вызову машин уже вызвали революцию на российском рынке перевозок, подчинив многие таксопарки, и теперь продолжают бороться за право стать на нем игроком номер один. Расходы на в основном убыточные проекты, которые только в этом году достигнут $250–300 млн, не пугают инвесторов, продолжающих повышать ставки. Оценочная капитализация каждого из двух крупнейших отечественных игроков — «Яндекс.Такси», а также объединенной Fasten и Rutaxi — уже перевалила за $1 млрд. Теперь инвесторы ждут появления компании, способной соперничать не только с американской Uber, но и с китайской Didi Chuxing в случае ее экспансии в Россию.

18 мая, 13:35

Shanghai revs up supervision on leasing

SHANGHAI has kicked off a campaign to further regulate illegal fund raising operations and cross-border transactions through leasing companies, Shanghai Municipal Commission of Commerce said today, a

18 мая, 01:58

S&P 500, Industrial Giants Dip as Trump Controversies Continue

The three largest U.S. stock market indexes all fell on Wednesday as Washington D.C. turmoil regarding President Donald Trump and his administration ramped up yet again.

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12 мая, 17:06

Штаб-квартира: Краснодарский офис сервиса для вызова такси Fasten

Светлые переговорные и имперский штурмовик на входе.

12 мая, 00:57

New Strong Buys at New Highs Breaking Out Today

You can thank retail for helping to drag down markets today

11 мая, 16:30

Stanley Black & Decker, Avis Budget Group and Snap highlighted as Zacks Bull and Bear of the Day

Stanley Black & Decker, Avis Budget Group and Snap highlighted as Zacks Bull and Bear of the Day

11 мая, 13:38

Bull of the Day: Stanley Black & Decker (SWK)

Bull of the Day: Stanley Black & Decker (SWK)

11 мая, 00:40

Woman Says She Was Forced To Pee In A Cup On A United Flight

function onPlayerReadyVidible(e){'undefined'!=typeof HPTrack&&HPTrack.Vid.Vidible_track(e)}!function(e,i){if(e.vdb_Player){if('object'==typeof commercial_video){var a='',o='m.fwsitesection='+commercial_video.site_and_category;if(a+=o,commercial_video['package']){var c='&m.fwkeyvalues=sponsorship%3D'+commercial_video['package'];a+=c}e.setAttribute('vdb_params',a)}i(e.vdb_Player)}else{var t=arguments.callee;setTimeout(function(){t(e,i)},0)}}(document.getElementById('vidible_1'),onPlayerReadyVidible); The Pee-R hits keep coming for United Airlines. A Missouri woman claims she was left with no choice but to urinate in a cup on board a United-operated Mesa Airlines flight from Houston last month after the crew told her she wasn’t allowed to get out of her seat.  Nicole Harper, an emergency room nurse who says she has an overactive bladder, first shared her story on Facebook. She said although other passengers were walking around the cabin and using the lavatory while the seat belt sign was on, flight attendants wouldn’t let her get up to do the same, then “shamed” her when she took care of business.  “They very rudely told me I was not allowed to get out of my seat, and at that point I said, ‘Well I’m either going to need to go to the bathroom, or you’re gonna have to give me a cup to pee in or something,’” she told Kansas City’s Fox 4 News.  Harper said a flight attendant gave her two cups, which she filled while in her seat “with no mess involved.” Then a flight attendant ushered her to the bathroom to dispose of the urine, and told her the airline would file a report against her, call a hazmat team to clean the row of seats and have her speak with the pilot after the flight. United said flight attendants did not tell Harper to urinate in a cup (and Harper, who has yet to respond to an inquiry from HuffPost, doesn’t claim in her Facebook post that they did). Rather, the carrier says staff were upholding federal regulations about fasten seat belt signs. “Initial reports from the Mesa Airlines flight attendants indicate that Ms. Harper attempted to visit the lavatory on descent and was instructed to remain seated with the seat belt fastened per FAA regulations,” United said in a statement provided to HuffPost. “At no point during the flight did flight attendants suggest that Ms. Harper use cups instead of the lavatory. We have reached out to Ms. Harper to better understand what occurred and we continue to review what happened.” The incident allegedly occurred on the same day security personnel dragged Dr. David Dao off a different United flight when he refused to give up his purchased seat to accommodate off-duty airline employees. Since then, a flurry of other reported customer-service breakdowns have surfaced about United and other airlines, leading Congress to call a hearing with executives and threaten legislation if service doesn’t shape up soon. The question in Harper’s case seems to be not whether she was legally allowed to leave her seat at the time, but rather how she was treated under the circumstances. “I think the more that people speak out about situations that have happened, hopefully there will be a shift in the way these companies do business,” Harper told Fox.  -- This feed and its contents are the property of The Huffington Post, and use is subject to our terms. It may be used for personal consumption, but may not be distributed on a website.

11 мая, 00:40

Woman Says She Was Forced To Pee In A Cup On A United Flight

function onPlayerReadyVidible(e){'undefined'!=typeof HPTrack&&HPTrack.Vid.Vidible_track(e)}!function(e,i){if(e.vdb_Player){if('object'==typeof commercial_video){var a='',o='m.fwsitesection='+commercial_video.site_and_category;if(a+=o,commercial_video['package']){var c='&m.fwkeyvalues=sponsorship%3D'+commercial_video['package'];a+=c}e.setAttribute('vdb_params',a)}i(e.vdb_Player)}else{var t=arguments.callee;setTimeout(function(){t(e,i)},0)}}(document.getElementById('vidible_1'),onPlayerReadyVidible); The Pee-R hits keep coming for United Airlines. A Missouri woman claims she was left with no choice but to urinate in a cup on board a United-operated Mesa Airlines flight from Houston last month after the crew told her she wasn’t allowed to get out of her seat.  Nicole Harper, an emergency room nurse who says she has an overactive bladder, first shared her story on Facebook. She said although other passengers were walking around the cabin and using the lavatory while the seat belt sign was on, flight attendants wouldn’t let her get up to do the same, then “shamed” her when she took care of business.  “They very rudely told me I was not allowed to get out of my seat, and at that point I said, ‘Well I’m either going to need to go to the bathroom, or you’re gonna have to give me a cup to pee in or something,’” she told Kansas City’s Fox 4 News.  Harper said a flight attendant gave her two cups, which she filled while in her seat “with no mess involved.” Then a flight attendant ushered her to the bathroom to dispose of the urine, and told her the airline would file a report against her, call a hazmat team to clean the row of seats and have her speak with the pilot after the flight. United said flight attendants did not tell Harper to urinate in a cup (and Harper, who has yet to respond to an inquiry from HuffPost, doesn’t claim in her Facebook post that they did). Rather, the carrier says staff were upholding federal regulations about fasten seat belt signs. “Initial reports from the Mesa Airlines flight attendants indicate that Ms. Harper attempted to visit the lavatory on descent and was instructed to remain seated with the seat belt fastened per FAA regulations,” United said in a statement provided to HuffPost. “At no point during the flight did flight attendants suggest that Ms. Harper use cups instead of the lavatory. We have reached out to Ms. Harper to better understand what occurred and we continue to review what happened.” The incident allegedly occurred on the same day security personnel dragged Dr. David Dao off a different United flight when he refused to give up his purchased seat to accommodate off-duty airline employees. Since then, a flurry of other reported customer-service breakdowns have surfaced about United and other airlines, leading Congress to call a hearing with executives and threaten legislation if service doesn’t shape up soon. The question in Harper’s case seems to be not whether she was legally allowed to leave her seat at the time, but rather how she was treated under the circumstances. “I think the more that people speak out about situations that have happened, hopefully there will be a shift in the way these companies do business,” Harper told Fox.  -- This feed and its contents are the property of The Huffington Post, and use is subject to our terms. It may be used for personal consumption, but may not be distributed on a website.

10 мая, 23:46

Richard Ford On His New Memoir And The Challenge Of Writing About The South

The preteens and teenagers in Richard Ford’s fiction are captivated ― if perplexed ― by their parents’ choices. A 15-year-old drifts around in search of his twin after his parents are arrested for robbing a bank. An even younger boy witnesses a domestic spat just before his mother flees from his life. Like his protagonists, Ford is taken with the task of understanding his parents. His most recent book, Between Them, is not a fictional exploration of that particular family dynamic, but a pair of memoirs, one dedicated to his father, who died when Ford was 16, and one to his mother. “Hardly an hour goes by on any day that I do not think something about my father,” he writes of Parker Ford, a hardworking traveling salesman forced to stay still after a major heart attack. Of his mother, Edna Akin, he writes, “The act of considering my mother’s life is an act of love.”  Of the pair and his relationship with them: “Our parents intimately link us, closeted as we are in our own lives, to a thing we’re not, forging a joined separateness and a useful mystery, so that even together with them we are also alone.” This sort of matter-of-fact observation is what Ford has come to be known for, and accounts for his categorization as a writer of “dirty realism,” alongside Raymond Carver, Tobias Wolff and Cormac McCarthy. The style lends itself well to memoiristic writing, where analysis of one’s own life runs the risk of slipping into sentimentality. That’s not the case for Ford; by describing the details of his parents’ lives, and describing what he failed to ever learn about them, he gracefully pays them tribute. Below, the author discusses the challenges of memoir-writing and his own Southern upbringing: Is this your story, your parent’s story, or something of both? Their story. It’s their story. It’s not my story at all. I mean, I get to tell it because I’m the only one who knows it. I’m the only person left alive who knew my parents. And so it’s inescapable if I want to testify to their experience that I be the person who tells it. I wasn’t obsessively trying to keep myself out of it, but I never imagined it as being my story, or that their importance as two people owed itself to me in any way. How did the writing process differ for you, between writing fiction and writing these short memoirs? Well, it was sort of a sensate difference, in that it seems starker to write about my parents because it all depended on the factual rudiments of their lives. So it seemed a little grainier, whereas writing fiction for me, which I’ve done for most of my life, has kind of a plushness to it, as if underneath the surface there’s a volume. And with any kind of nonfiction writing that depends on facts entirely, there is not that plushness. Even when I was provisionally commenting on things that [my parents] did ― supposing this or supposing that ― it still seemed fastened to the mast of the book’s factual underpinning. You’ve talked about writing and word choice as a mode of discovery ― the meaning of a sentence may change based on a desired tone or sound. How did this function for you when writing about true things rather than made-up ones? That’s a good question, because you still do ― one still does ― write a sentence, and you come to a point at which you need a verb, or you need even an adjective. In a piece of fiction, you can choose a word without any investment in its content. Only an investment in its effect, or where it might lead the sentence. With a piece of nonfiction you still have a choice. But you have to say about the word and its use, “Is this accurate?” Accuracy is not a phenomenon in writing fiction in the same way that it is a phenomenon in writing memoir or writing nonfiction. There are some kinds of accuracies in fiction that obtain. If you’re writing about Great Falls, Montana, you can’t say the Missouri River runs south there. There is that sort of geographical accuracy, but even that can be subject to all kinds of fantastical whims. But still, I think, that the Missouri River runs north there is kind of inescapable. I remember one time I wrote a story for The New Yorker, and I put the address of the YWCA, and let’s say that I said that the YWCA was at 613 2nd Street NW. And the fact checker for The New Yorker called me and said, you know, the YWCA is actually at 132 2nd Street S, and I said, “That’s fine, but it doesn’t have enough syllables.” And they said, “Well, no, this is where it is.” I said, “No, just go away.” I was raised by two people, and they each had a view of things and a view of me, and I had a view of them which was not always consonant. I felt like if I tried to make everything completely add up, it would renounce something true about the book. Richard Ford These two memoirs have some redundancies and also some contradictions. Why did you choose to include them? I was raised by two people, and they each had a view of things and a view of me, and I had a view of them which was not always consonant. I felt like if I tried to make everything completely add up, it would renounce something true about the book. Books are written by human beings. I knew that I was leaving some things inconsistent, and I was willing to do that for the sake of a certain kind of accuracy. But also, I wasn’t there. I was there after 1944, but I wasn’t there before that. Entire paragraphs of this book are composed of strings of questions, without answers. Why did you choose to do this? Regarding my father, since his absence was predominant in my life, it was to try to penetrate those absences, rather than just saying, “I don’t know,” which wouldn’t make much of a story. I thought that the questioning strategy for the narrator ― me ― was in and of itself interesting. It reminds me of some of your stories. And in Canada also. I think it’s just something that ― in the end of “Rock Springs,” when the narrator says, “Would you think he was anybody like you?” you want to give that question over to the reader in an almost conversational way. I do it because there are certain stories in my past, that I didn’t write, but Frank O’Connor did, that seem to me to be touching and alluring, because they represent, in their first-person interrogative style, a certain kind of human impulse to understand what is otherwise not understandable. There’s a way, when you answer the questions that you pose, of gaining dominion over your life, and demonstrating that dominion. I guess that’s why. How has your Southern upbringing influenced your approach to writing? Well, I grew up down the street from Eudora Welty. I started off with the assumption that one could be a writer. You could be from where I was from and be a writer. It was something that was supported in the community. I think also, because I grew up in a racist society, in which we were constantly being told that what wasn’t true was true, that I had a natural and have a natural skepticism about what I receive, and what I’m told. And that causes me to try to provide explanations for things that I don’t believe, and that’s a way in which fiction can operate. Fiction can be a kind of imaginative explanation of something, when the discrepancy between apparent fact and truth is too wide to believe. Fiction can be a kind of imaginative explanation of something, when the discrepancy between apparent fact and truth is too wide to believe. Richard Ford Even though you’re from the South, you tend to set your stories elsewhere. Well, because everybody had written about everything I knew before I got there, and had done it better than I was going to be able to do it. If I had just let myself become a writer of the South, about Southern topics, for Southern readers, I wasn’t ever going to be a great writer, and that’s what I wanted to be. And I still do. And I had to be able to have a subject over which I was the world’s greatest expert. I was not going to be the world’s greatest expert about the South. First of all, I didn’t like the South very much, and second of all, I liked the literature that I knew about the South immoderately. Faulkner, Welty, Flannery O’Connor, Walker Percy. I thought that stuff was just great. Why did there need to be another one of them, which was all I was going to be able to be? How has your parents’ life on the road impacted you as a writer? I know in the book I call them transients. And in a sense they were people who didn’t, until I was born, stay in one place very long. And so I’m on a constant quest for some new experience that I could come to know and maybe use. I just never have been comfortable feeling, “This is my home and, by god, I have to stay here.” And my parents ― my parents were both in their own way fleeing certain circumstances that obviously didn’t make them very happy. Without being miserable and malcontents, and they weren’t because they found each other at a very early age and immediately started making each other wildly happy. So when I think about where I reside, I think I reside wherever my wife is. Do you think you’ll write more memoirs in the future, or are you more likely to return to fiction for now? I don’t think I have anything else to write in a memoiristic way. I’ve written a few essays that are kind of memoiristic. My agent, who was very taken by the character of my grandfather really would like me to write a book about him, but I don’t know what I would write. He was a force of nature sort of guy, and did as best he could to ― he was a rakish guy, a real-chaser-after women. And I’m certainly not going to write any autobiographies. As close as this memoir comes to autobiography, that’s close enough for me. type=type=RelatedArticlesblockTitle=Related... + articlesList=590ccab2e4b0104c734ed7a9,5900d071e4b0af6d718acee0,58ffc5bae4b00bba16f99d4b,58f13e4de4b0bb9638e40ab4,58dabaf8e4b0cb23e65bfb90,58c6f643e4b0598c6698d861 -- This feed and its contents are the property of The Huffington Post, and use is subject to our terms. It may be used for personal consumption, but may not be distributed on a website.

04 мая, 21:26

10 Lovely Hair Styles That Are Perfect for Your Next Date Night

Whether you have five hours to get ready or just five minutes, we've got a few gorgeous ideas on how to style your hair for your next hot date.

03 мая, 18:00

Топ новостей 3 мая

Дайджест «Полит.ру» – краткая подборка из десяти наиболее заметных новостей уходящего дня. Сегодня Совфед предложил лишить права выезжать за границу самозанятых граждан, суд подтвердил приговор Алексею Навальному по делу «Кировлеса», а Владимир Путин в Сочи встретился с Реджепом Эрдоганом. Самозанятых граждан могут лишить права на выезд из страны В России могут ввести запрет на выезд за границу для граждан, которые занимаются неофициальной трудовой деятельностью. «Возможно, будет определено, что если люди, получая доход, так и не легализуют свои взаимоотношения с государством, то, да, экстренную медицинскую помощь они получат, но вот, к примеру, выехать за границу не смогут. Таким образом государство будет напоминать гражданам, что за ними накопились невыполненные социальные обязательства», - отметили в Совфеде. Недальновидность СовФеда поражает, только что в Белорусии были самые массовые протесты по закону о "тунеядцах" и они на те же грабли. — Andrey Pivovarov (@brewerov) 3 мая 2017 г. Реально в серой зоне (неформальная занятость, фриланс, зарплаты в конвертах, бизнес без юр лица и ИП) работает до 70% россиян.И будет больше pic.twitter.com/yyoUAO69qp — Жуковский Владислав (@vlad_zhukovskiy) 3 мая 2017 г. Долой самозанятых pic.twitter.com/LkLShhU2Bt — La Russie parle (@Russia_calls) 3 мая 2017 г. Вступил в силу приговор Навальному по делу «Кировлеса» Жалоба Алексея Навального и Петра Офицерова на приговор по делу «Кировлеса» оставлена без изменения. Приговор суда вступил в силу, и теперь, согласно закону, имея судимость по такой статье, Навальный не сможет выдвигаться на выборах президента. Он намерен обжаловать данное решение в ЕСПЧ. Для участия Навального в выборах есть куча вариантов еще. Например ЕСПЧ отменяет приговор и все — Олег Козырев (@oleg_kozyrev) 3 мая 2017 г. Эрдоган заявил о способности России и Турции изменить ситуацию на Ближнем Востоке   Р.Эрдоган и В.Путин / kremlin.ru Реджеп Эрдоган на встрече с Владимиром Путиным в Сочи заявил, что совместные шаги России и Турции способны изменить ситуацию на Ближнем Востоке. «Я уверен, что те шаги, которые мы делаем вместе, поменяют судьбу всего региона», — отметил он. Путин же выразил уверенность, что в самой Турции политическая ситуация стабилизируется. Реджеп Эрдоган приехал в Сочи к Владимиру Путину: начались переговоры президентов России и Турции pic.twitter.com/SdSJYwxGys — Дмитрий Смирнов (@dimsmirnov175) 3 мая 2017 г. Из банка РПЦ перед его крахом пропали 5 млрд рублей В банке «Пересвет», владельцем которого считается РПЦ, временная администрация обнаружила пропажу пяти миллиардов рублей. Накануне прихода временной администрации из кассы банка было изъято около 780 миллионов рублей, примерно 50 миллионов долларов и 25 миллионов евро «под честное слово». Из банка РПЦ пропали 5 млрд руб. Кассиры утверждают, что деньги выдавались "под честное слово"https://t.co/siIkSg0OeW pic.twitter.com/5xLv94VTt3 — Лентач (@oldLentach) 3 мая 2017 г. В Сирии от пули снайпера погиб российский военный советник В Сирии погиб российский военный советник, подполковник Алексей Бучельников. «Во время проведения занятия по боевой подготовке сирийское артиллерийское подразделение подверглось обстрелу снайпера боевиков», — сообщили в ведомстве, не приведя подробности обстрела. В Сирии погиб Богдан Деревицкий, военнослужащий-контрактник родом из Братска. Светлая память pic.twitter.com/TDvbSCixyl — Вестник Дамаска (@NovostiDamask) 3 мая 2017 г. СМИ узнали об «отсутствии прорыва» при разговоре Путина и Трампа   Д.Трамп разговаривает по телефону Телефонные переговоры между Дональдом Трампом и Владимиром Путиным не привели к прорывным результатам, заявили американские чиновники. Разговор длился около 30 минут. У США остались сомнения, что Москва серьезно относится к разрешению сирийского конфликта. Договоренностей о личной встрече президентов на саммите G20 в июле достигнуто не было. Похоже, Трамп хочет наладить хорошие личные отн. и с Путиным, и с Си Цзиньпином, оставив конфликтность с Москвой и Пекином своим министрам. — Алексей Пушков (@Alexey_Pushkov) 2 мая 2017 г. Госдуме предложили ужесточить правила воинского учета   Мужчина в пилотке у стога сена Совфед внес в Госдуму законопроект об усилении контроля за воинским учетом призывников. Предложенные поправки обязывают призывников вставать на воинский учет не только по месту пребывания или временной регистрации, но и по месту фактического проживания. Законопроект направлен прежде всего на иногородних студентов вузов Москвы и Санкт-Петербурга. Почтальона, принесшего повестку сыну генерала, забрали в армию второй раз. — Алина Новикова (@8znJk43nXBNfUpV) 3 мая 2017 г. Власти Москвы утвердили порядок голосования по сносу пятиэтажек   Техника для работ по реновации Мэрия Москвы опубликовала постановление о порядке голосования жителей домов, включенных в программу сноса. Если ни один из собственников или проживающих по договору социального найма не принял участие в голосовании по сносу дома, то квартира считается проголосовавшей «за» реновацию. Сначала итоги голосования подведут по квартирам, а затем по дому в целом. Если за реновацию проголосуют более двух третей квартир, то дом внесут в программу. В Госдуме предложили перенести рассмотрение закона о реновации на июль. 1-й звонок утром:"Здравствуйте! Мы из общежития на Болотниковской.Почему нас не включили в реновацию?" Все общежития не вошли в список мэрии — Константин Янкаускас (@jankauskas_k) 3 мая 2017 г. Телевизор остается основным источником новостей для большинства россиян   Телевизор на фоне облаков Большинство россиян (52%) до сих пор получают информацию о событиях в стране и мире из телевизионных передач. Однако индекс доверия для телевидения в этом году составил 42 пункта (в 2016 году – 52), для центральной прессы – 11 пунктов (в 2016 – 12, в 2007 – 36), а индекс доверия к новостным, аналитическим, официальным сайтам в Интернете и социальным сетям постепенно растет (с 7 до 11 пунктов). «Телевизор ― это мусоропровод, работающий в обратную сторону»(Лев Давидович Ландау) pic.twitter.com/SKlCvakaFU — Игра Интуит (@GameIntuit) 2 мая 2017 г. В России появился новый агрегатор такси В России сервисы RuTaxi (бренды «Везет» и «Лидер») и Fasten («Такси Сатурн» RedTaxi) создадут единый агрегатор. Будет образована акционерная структура, которая объединит штаты компаний, технологии, программные комплексы. Собственного парка такси у компании не будет, на него будут работать подключенные к сервису автомобили. Если агрегатор агрегирует агрегаторы такси, то это агреагрегатор? Убер уберов? Мегаубер? — джанлуиджи айфон (@jk99kj) 5 апреля 2017 г.