The Tories just used a disinformation trick that could get them blocked from Twitter

The Conservatives’ decision to disguise their account as “factcheckUK” was a gross subversion of democracy – but it could yet backfire on them. The Conservative Party’s press office convincingly pretended to be a fact-checker on Twitter tonight, posting fake fact-checks nearly every minute of the ITV debate. There’s no other way to introduce a piece of news that’s this dire, nor to announce something so depressing for democracy. The party took their account @CCHQPress – a verified account for the Conservative Campaign Headquarters press office – and gave it the name “factcheckUK”, using a new profile picture, new header, and branded videos and GIFs to make it look like a… Read More

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Thanks to a unique feature of the World of Hyatt credit card, I was able to earn Globalist status, with perks like suite upgrades and a personal concierge

The highest level of status in the World of Hyatt program is called Globalist, and it offers benefits like a personal concierge and four confirmed suite night upgrades per year. I was able to earn Hyatt Globalist status thanks to the World of Hyatt Credit Card. As a cardmember, I get 5 night-stay credits toward Hyatt elite status, and for every $5,000 I spend on the card I get another 2 night-stay credits. My Hyatt hotel stays, combined with spending on the World of Hyatt card, make earning Globalist status possible. personal finance coverage. Having elite status with a hotel can make your travels so much more enjoyable, and can… Read More

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14 things everyone had in their homes in the 2010s

The decade is coming to a close and the world has changed a lot since 2010. Items that were once commonplace in most homes, such as Blu-Ray players and selfie sticks, have been replaced by new inventions. From Keurig machines to Wii consoles, here are 14 things everyone had in their homes in the 2010s. Visit Insider’s homepage for more stories. The 2010s were a time of massive innovation, and many items that were popular during the decade have gone out of style. Keurig machines, iPads, and Wii consoles were common sights in most American homes throughout the decade. Take a look at 14 items everyone had in their homes… Read More

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How to hide and unhide rows in Microsoft Excel in 2 different ways

You can hide and unhide rows in Excel by right-clicking, or reveal all hidden rows using the “Format” option in the “Home” tab. Hiding rows in Excel is especially helpful when working in large documents or for concealing information you won’t need until later. Visit Business Insider’s homepage for more stories. Just as you can quickly hide and unhide columns, you can hide or reveal hidden rows in your Excel spreadsheet as well. In addition to freezing rows, you may find it helpful to conceal rows you are no longer using without permanently deleting the data from your spreadsheet. To later reveal the hidden cells, you can right-click to unhide… Read More

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