Month: April 2018

Black Leaders Release Report “Blueprint for a Better Deal for Black America”

Black Leaders met last week and asked the White House and Majority Leader Mitch McConnell’s office for a “better deal” for African-Americans, urging both to support its new 57-point plan for promoting black opportunity and prosperity. Read More

Startup Pigzbe Creates Cryptocurrency Piggy-Wallet for Kids

Pigzbe is set to launch an interactive digital piggy wallet powered by a family-friendly cryptocurrency that aims to teach kids smart financial habits. In an exclusive interview, The Scope Weekly discusses with the CEO its implication.
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Westworld Season Two, Episode Two: Have You Ever Seen Anything So Full of Splendor

Westworld Season 2 is going against the genre, building a world where the robots are the good guys fighting for truth and justice. “I used to see the beauty in this world, and now I see the truth.” — Dolores Read More

North and South Korean Leaders Historic Summit: Think Tanks are Cautiously Optimistic 

The historic summit between North Korea’s leader, Kim Jong-un, and the South’s president, Moon Jae-in could mean stability for the region and the official end of the Korean War. Read More

Crowdfunding

Top 3 Crowdfunding Campaigns for April 2018: EverCam, FidoTV, Sweat Cosmetics

The Scope Weekly makes its monthly selection of crowdfunding campaigns in Kickstarter, Indiegogo and Startengine. Read More

FidoTV Offers Dog Lovers a Piece of the Network on StartEngine Crowdfunding Platform

FidoTV offers dog lovers the opportunity to invest in the future of the dog-centric media network by buying shares of Series A Preferred Stock.
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lawyers

Word of Advice for Lawyers Thinking of Using Social Media In Their Practice

How to promote your legal firm using social media best practices. Read More

YouTube Explains How it Enforces Community Guidelines

The Google’s subsidiary video hosting platform releases a complete report outlining its strategy for flagging and removing unwanted content. Read More

On Andy Nyman and Jeremy Dyson’s ‘Ghost Stories’: A Slice of UK Jewish Horror

The Scope Weekly covers the new British horror import ‘Ghost Stories’, speaking with its composer, Haim Frank Ilfman. Read More

Flickr, Video and Image Hosting Acquired by SmugMug, Photography Platform

Flickr has agreed to be acquired by SmugMug, the photography platform dedicated to visual storytellers. Read More

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