3 things drive our social media ‘non-click’ decisions

A new study explores why people make a “non-click” choice, a decision to not respond to some social media posts, even when they spend time as “lurkers” of the content. For the study, published in the Journal of Computer-Mediated Communication, researchers observed 38 participants as they scrolled through their Facebook news feeds and found that…

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Old dog training methods teach robots new tricks

With a training technique commonly used to teach dogs to sit and stay, researchers showed a robot how to teach itself several new tricks, including stacking blocks. With the method, the robot, named Spot, was able to learn in days what typically takes a month. “I’ve had dogs so I know rewards work and that…

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Approx. 37,000 Black North Carolina voters have changed their party affiliation ‘unaffiliated’ 

2 SHARES ShareTweetSubscribe The North Carolina Board of Elections discovered thousands of Black residents who have switched their political party to “unaffiliated.” Approx. 123,000 residents have registered as unaffiliated and about 37,000 of those voters are Black since 2016 according to ABC 11.  Unaffiliated voters are voters who do not consider themselves members of a specific…

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Three Ways To #LoveOurChildren

This post is sponsored by National Cares. All opinions expressed are my own. As the creator of Black Moms Blog, I have dedicated my life to the betterment of mothers worldwide and to our children. We focus on ways to potty train, hair care, disciplining with compassion, and how to nurture our communities. In many…

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