Why go for FanDuelConsistent salary cap simplifies daily fantasy gamesUnique, fun contests are frequently introducedSportsbook offers less expensive oddsWhy go for DraftKingsFantasy and betting for international sports leaguesSatellite contests for winning entry into featured tournamentsAllows late swapping players in your rosterSportsbook is available in 5 states and offers in-depth researchVerdictBoth FanDuel and DraftKings offer a lot of attractive features for playing daily fantasy sports. Ultimately, there’s no reason not to try out both. You can even use one platform or the other for specific sports—for example, take advantage of DraftKings’ late swap for NBA games, but use FanDuel for NFL fantasy because of the consistent salary cap. … [Read more...] about FanDuel vs DraftKings: which is the best daily fantasy and sportsbook service?
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The clear comparison is the music industry, which was hit hard by piracy in the '90s and took decades to respond. "Before there was iTunes, before there was Spotify, people were put in that situation where they were basically forced to do the wrong thing, sharing files," Peters says. Now, if an aspiring producer wants to leak a song to the web but keep control of it, they can drop it on Soundcloud. Any blog can embed the player, and the artist can disable it whenever they want. And as Google has proved with YouTube, it's easy to drop ads or "buy here" links into that embed. "We've seen what YouTube's done with monetizing their embed capabilities," Peters says. "I don't know if that's going to be appropriate for us or not." But as long as the images are being taken as embeds rather than free-floating files, the company will have options. … [Read more...] about The world’s largest photo service just made its pictures free to use
"We understand that change brings uncertainty and concern, and this has been strongly reflected in some alarmist statements about what Ethos and PIR might do to .ORG pricing in the future. To be clear, we are investing in .ORG for the reputation of the platform and the values it represents in the marketplace. Egregious price increases would not serve the interests of PIR or .ORG, and to suggest otherwise would be misplaced. … [Read more...] about The for-profit takeover of the non-profit ‘.org’ top-level domain
China has started clinical trials of two drugs to combat the coronavirus, officials from WHO announced Thursday. Remdesivir, originally designed to combat the Ebola virus, showed promise in one American patient but hasn't yet been licensed for use. On Wednesday, a new study in the journal Science showed researchers were able to create a 3D map of a coronavirus protein, paving the way for vaccines to be designed against the virus. … [Read more...] about Coronavirus updates: US braces for outbreak, South Korea cases climb
China: 78,137 confirmed cases (Hong Kong: 89; Macau: 10)Others (inc. Diamond Princess passengers): 705 confirmed casesSouth Korea: 977 confirmed cases Italy: 401 confirmed cases Japan: 189 confirmed casesIran: 139 confirmed casesSingapore: 93 confirmed cases US: 59 confirmed cases Thailand: 40 confirmed cases Bahrain: 33 confirmed casesTaiwan: 32 confirmed cases Kuwait: 26 confirmed casesMalaysia: 22 confirmed cases Australia: 22 confirmed casesGermany: 19 confirmed cases Vietnam: 16 confirmed cases France: 18 confirmed cases Spain: 13 confirmed cases UK: 13 confirmed cases United Arab Emirates: 13 confirmed casesCanada: 11 confirmed casesIraq: 5 confirmed casesOman: 4 confirmed casesIndia: 3 confirmed casesCroatia: 3 confirmed casesPhilippines: 3 confirmed casesRussia: 2 confirmed … [Read more...] about Coronavirus updates: More US cases found as Trump says risk ‘very low’