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  2. 1 vài thủ thuật soi kèo sáng nhất tối nay lúc tham gia sân chơi trực tuyến thì người nào cũng muốn giành thắng lợi nhà cái. Vậy vì sao lại có người thắng người thua khi tham gia soi kèo bóng đá. Nắm bắt sbobet được điều này, chúng tôi chia sẻ tới bạn 1 số thủ thuật soi kèo sáng nhất đêm nay để có thể ứng dụng và chiến thắng nhé. Soi kèo bóng đá Việc soi kèo Tìm hiểu đã trở thành một công tác hàng ngày của những người nào ham mê cá cược. Vì giả dụ tuyển lựa được kèo dạng này thì tỷ lệ ăn cược sẽ cực kỳ cao. Hơn nữa, các cuộc đấu gay cấn hấp dẫn đều diễn ra ở thời điểm muộn. Vì thế người ta mới hay có câu Màn hay còn nằm ở phía sau. Câu này đúng cho mọi tình trạng và ngành nghề trong đó có soi kèo bóng đá. kỹ năng soi kèo bóng đá là nguyên tố nhu yếu để chơi cá cược được ổn định. Soi kèo sẽ giúp các bạn nhìn nhận cuộc đấu một cách khách quan và dự đoán được chuẩn xác hơn. khi soi kèo thường xuyên cũng sẽ thấy rõ sự biến động của kèo nhà cái nên việc tuyển lựa kèo cũng chính xác hơn, nâng cao cơ hội thắng cược. một số thủ thuật soi kèo sáng nhất đêm nay lựa chọn website uy tín bạn nên lựa chọn những nhà cái uy tín để đặt cược. Hơn nữa lúc kiếm tìm thông báo ở những website uy tín, chất lượng thì các bạn cũng sẽ an tâm để phân tích kèo cược. Hiện tại nhằm mục đích giúp người chơi cá cược nên các nhà cái cũng đưa ra phổ biến Phân tích, Con số kèo cược của các chuyên gia để bạn tham khảo. đầy đủ tất cả mọi thông tin, típ soi kèo trên nhà cái uy tín đều là miễn phí. bạn có thể dựa vào đây để Nhận định và đưa ra những Tìm hiểu cho riêng mình. quan tâm nguyên tố can dự tới 2 đội bóng lúc tuyển lựa trận chiến để đặt cược, các bạn phải quan tâm đến các nhân tố xung quanh có can hệ tới hai đội bóng. các yếu tố đấy có thể là sân nhà – sân khách, chất lượng các cầu thủ, tập huấn viên, cầu thủ chấn thương, cầu thủ treo giò… Vì bóng đá là môn thể thao đòi hỏi tính tập thể, nó phụ thuộc vào phổ biến nguyên tố. Kết quả thắng thua của 1 trận chiến không chỉ phụ thuộc vào nguyên tố khách quan mà còn phụ thuộc vào nguyên tố chủ quan. Cho nên, bạn cần xác định tỷ mỉ trước lúc đưa ra quyết định đặt cược để nâng cao cơ hội chiến thắng. Biết cách xác định kèo Hiện tại có vô kể tỷ lệ cược cộng hàng trăm kèo khác nhau của một cuộc đấu bóng đá. Vì vậy, các bạn cần phải nắm được cách xác định kèo. thí dụ cụ thể để các bạn hiểu rõ: nếu như 2 đội đều đứng đầu trên bảng xếp hạng thì nếu đội chủ nhà bị đội khách chấp ½ thì người chơi hãy chọn đội khách. nếu tỷ lệ kèo có sự biến động trong khoảng ¼ xuống 0 thì tiền ăn cược cũng sẽ cải thiện lên và kèo rút cục sẽ nằm ở tỷ lệ 1/4 , kèo sẽ được chấp. Còn giả thử nếu soi kèo trong tình trạng hai đội có sự chênh lệch to về thực lực thì ví như đội nằm ở cửa trên chấp 1 trái sau đấy giảm xuống ¾ trước khi cuộc chiến diễn ra tầm vài giờ, tiền ăn cũng cải thiện cao thì chứng tỏ đội mạnh đang gặp trục sái hoặc vấn đề gì đó thì khi này các bạn hãy cược vào đội cửa dưới (đội yếu hơn). Mặt khác, kèo châu Âu đang được nghiêng dần về cửa hòa và kèo châu Á tăng lên ¼ thì khi này hãy nên chọn đội chủ nhà. giả dụ trường hợp tỷ lệ kèo châu Âu ko có sự thay đổi rộng rãi nhưng kèo châu Á lại có khuynh hướng cải thiện lên thì lúc này các bạn hãy chọn lựa đặt cửa đội khách. giả dụ đội chủ nhà lúc tham dự thi đấu trên sân nhà miêu tả một tư thế mạnh, đội khách lại có kết quả tệ, đội chủ nhà có tỷ lệ chấp bóng 1 trái thì nên chọn đội khách. Với bài viết đăng ký sbobet một vài thủ thuật soi kèo sáng nhất đêm nay mà chúng tôi giới thiệu ở trên sẽ giúp các bạn nắm kĩ và áp dụng thật hữu hiệu. Nhìn chung để nắm được kỹ năng soi kèo ko khó, điều quan trọng nằm ở chính bản thân người chơi có bền chí và cố gắng hay không mà thôi. Chúc các bạn may mắn và thành công!
  3. Citizens Reserve, a Bay Area startup, has a broad goal of digitizing the supply chain. Last fall, the company launched the Alpha version of Suku, a Supply Chain as a Service platform built on the blockchain. Today, it announced a partnership with Smartrac, an RFID tag manufacturer, based in Amsterdam, as a key identity piece for the platform. Companies use RFID to track products from field or factory to market. Eric Piscini, CEO at Citizens says this partnership helps solve a crucial piece of digitizing the supply chain. It provides a way to trace products on their journey to market, and ensure their provenance, whether that is to be sure no labor was exploited in production, environmental standards were maintained or that the products were stored under the proper conditions to ensure freshness. One of the big issues in track and trace on the supply chain is simply identifying the universe of items in motion across the world at any given moment. RFID tagging provides a way to give each of these items a digital identity, which can be placed on the blockchain to help prevent fraud. Once you have an irrefutable digital identity, it solves a big problem around digitizing the supply chain. He said this is all part of a broader effort to move the supply chain to the digital realm by building a platform on the blockchain. This not only provides an irrefutable, traceable digital record, it can have all kinds of additional benefits like reducing theft and fraud and ensuring provenance. There are so many parties involved in this process from farmers and manufacturers to customs authorities to shipping and container companies to logistics companies moving the products to market to the stores that sell the goods. Getting all of the various parties involved in the supply chain to move to a blockchain solution remains a huge challenge. Today’s partnership offers one way to help build an identity mechanism for the Citizens Reserve solution. The company is also working on other partnerships to help solve other problems like warehouse management and logistics. The company currently has 11 employees based in Los Gatos, California. It has raised $11 million, according to Piscini. View the full article
  4. After launching apparently successful pilot runs in San Francisco and New York, UPS announced today plans to expand its in-building delivery service to 10 additional U.S. cities. In mid-2019, the parcel service will be adding Atlanta, Chicago, Los Angeles, Houston, Dallas, Washington D.C., Philadelphia, Boston, Miami and Seattle to the list. UPS’s program was launched last summer, utilizing smart locks designed by New York-based startup, Latch. The Initial roll out was a clear attempt by UPS to take on Amazon’s own efforts in the space. Key by Amazon started as an in-house delivery service partnership with Kwikset, which has since expanded out to included cars, businesses and garages. UPS service is designed to let delivery people enter into common areas, rather than individual apartments, so they can leave packages in lobbies and foyers when residents are out. Latch currently has a sign up form on its site for those interested in taking part in the program. The move is another key win for Latch, which has been carving out a name for itself in the crowded smart lock space, through deals with retailers like Jet and a recent $70 million raise. View the full article
  5. Starship, an autonomous delivery robot startup, is deploying its first batch of robots as part of a commercial service. Starting today, Starship will begin delivering food to the 40,000 students, faculty and staff at George Mason University in Fairfax, Va. in partnership with Sodexo, a food and facilities management company. Starship says the deliveries take 15 minutes or less, on average, depending on which items the customer ordered and where they’re located on campus. Each robot can carry up to 20 pounds of food. “University dining programs are evolving their strategies to meet this generation’s elevated expectations, such as better quality, variety and service delivery,” said Sodexo CEO of Universities East Jim Jenkins said in a press release. “George Mason University’s culture of innovation and early adoption makes it the perfect campus for Sodexo and Starship to introduce this cutting-edge technology and enhance the campus experience for the entire school community.” At launch, there will be 25 bots roaming around campus delivering food from Blaze Pizza, Starbucks, Dunkin’ and other food retailers. Each on-demand delivery will cost $1.99 To date, Starship’s robots have completed over 25,000 deliveries. Back in October, Starship began delivering packages to residents in the U.K. town of Milton Keynes. Starship has also previously partnered with on-demand food delivery companies like DoorDash and Postmates to test out its robot delivery service. Last January, Starship partnered with the companies mentioned above for a pilot program in Redwood City, Calif. and Washington, D.C. What makes this deployment at George Mason unique is that it’s Starship’s first truly commercial deployment of autonomous food delivery. In June, Starship raised $25 million from Matrix Partners and Morpheus Ventures. New investors included Airbnb co-founder Nathan Blecharczyk, Skype founding engineer Jaan Tallinn and others. Starship has raised $42.2 million in total. View the full article
  6. Adjust, a Berlin-headquartered company focused on mobile ad measurement and fraud prevention, is acquiring bot detection startup Unbotify. Founded in 2012, Adjust has become increasingly focused on ad fraud, and in fact created an industry group called the Coalition Against Ad Fraud a little over a year ago. Co-founder and CTO Paul Müller argued that although the industry has become increasingly concerned about fraud, Adjust has led the way in taking a more proactive approach: “Instead of just telling our clients, ‘Hey, you just spent money on fraud,’ we actively intervened and rejected attribution to a fraudulent source.” In Müller’s view, Unbotify fits in with the company’s broader philosophy because the Israeli startup isn’t just trying to detect bots — it also “produces explainable results,” providing a clear explanation of why an impression couldn’t have come from a real human being. “We strongly believe fraud isn’t a problem that can be solved with a magical black box or eight ball,” he said. “Fraud should not be an opinion. We believe in clear, transparent measurement of why something is fraud.” Adjust co-founder and CEO Christian Henschel said the entire 25-person Unbotify team will be joining the company, and will continue working as an independent office in Tel Aviv. In fact, Adjust plans to double the size of the team by the end of the year. The financial terms of the acquisition were not disclosed. Unbotify was founded in 2015 by Yaron Oliker and Alon Dayan. According to Crunchbase, it raised $2 million in funding from Maverick Ventures Israel. Ultimately, Henschel said, “What we’d like to achieve is to end fraud for digital media.” Not that they think that Adjust alone can put a stop to all fraud. Instead, they hope to simply make it too costly and difficult for fraudsters to target Adjust customers. “If you have a lot of houses on the street, and some of the doors are heavily fortified, most of the time [the thieves] will go with the door leaning open,” Müller said. “For us, the goal is not to eliminate fraud on idealistic level, but actually to make it financially unviable.” The announcement comes just a month after Adjust announced it was buying data aggregation company Acquired.io. View the full article
  7. Invisible labor is a benign way of describing the never-ending, sometimes soul-crushing to-do list that women manage in order to keep their children thriving and households running smoothly. You might recognize the broader concept of unappreciated yet essential household work from a 2017 digital comic strip on "mental load." Countless women saw their own exhaustion and simmering resentment in the comic's feminist rendering of why women end up taking on tiny tasks like unloading the dishwasher to huge decisions like choosing a nanny. Of course, it went viral. A new study, published Tuesday in the journal Sex Roles, offers original data to illustrate the widespread phenomenon of invisible labor — and its depressing impact on women's emotional and psychological well-being. Read more... More about Women, Moms, Gender Equality, Mental Load, and Social GoodView the full article
  8. Make way for more robots bearing lattes and doughnuts for college students. Starship Technologies has a fleet of 25 mini robots descending upon the George Mason University campus, in Fairfax, Virginia, on Tuesday. The bots will deliver food and drinks to the 40,000 students, faculty, and staff. The first retailers to bring hungry college kids supplies are Starbucks, Blaze Pizza, and Dunkin'. The food and beverages come in what looks like a white cooler on six wheels. SEE ALSO: Delivery robot catches fire at university campus, students set up vigil The fleet autonomously (naturally) brings food to students and teachers on a campus meal plan run through food services company Sodexo. Students order through an app; within a few minutes, a bot rolls by with a breakfast sandwich and iced coffee. Delivery to anywhere on campus costs $1.99. Read more... More about Robots, Food Delivery, Autonomous Vehicles, Tech, and TransportationView the full article
  9. Amazon devices are great, but you know what's better? An Amazon device loaded with accessories. Accessories can make devices easier to use, look cooler (or just more personal), and keep them better protected. So what's not to like? Some devices just don't look complete without a Ferrari cover and you know it. There's now 25% off Kindle, Fire, and Echo accessories with the promotional code NEWYEAR25. That means you can finally add a personal touch to your Kindle, or simply protect its screen, at a reduced price. Likewise, you may have been in need of a new adapter or power cable, and now you can get them in the knowledge that you're getting a good deal. Read more... More about Amazon, Accessories, Kindle, Fire, and Amazon Echo View the full article
  10. Black Panther, A Star Is Born, BlacKkKlansman, The Favourite, and more are up for the Academy Award View the full article
  11. Bradley Cooper is nominated for Best Actor View the full article
  12. Also nominated: Bradley Cooper, Willem Defoe, Viggo Mortensen, Christian Bale View the full article
  13. Black Panther’s “All the Stars,” A Star Is Born’s “Shallow,” and more have been recognized View the full article
  14. Is it already Oscar season? Was it not just yesterday, or perhaps 10 years ago, that we watched the epic Moonlight/La La Land flub and then called it a night? That was actually almost two full years ago, so time is a construct and we're back to the Hollywood hills in preparation for the 2019 ceremony. The 2019 nominees were announced Tuesday morning by black-ish star Tracee Ellis Ross and The Big Sick's Kumail Nanjiani. Golden Globe winner Bohemian Rhapsody made quite a showing, as did Black Panther, marking a massive achievement for Marvel Studios (even Infinity War was represented). Despite recent controversy, Green Book appeared in multiple categories, and Bradley Cooper's much-tauted adaption of A Star Is Born didn't earn the actor a Best Director nomination. Read more... More about Entertainment, Movies, Oscars, Academy Awards, and Oscars 2019View the full article
  15. Scores for If Beale Street Could Talk and Mary Poppins Returns have also been recognized View the full article
  16. LCD iPhones might be a thing of the past by year 2020, The Wall Street Journal claims. The outlet's report focuses on Japan Display — a major supplier of LCD screens for Apple — which might land in financial trouble due to the "disappointing performance" of Apple's iPhone XR, which is the only iPhone released in 2018 that has an LCD screen. SEE ALSO: It's official: iPhones are too expensive According to the report, Japan Display might seek a bailout from investors in China and Taiwan, to the tune of $550 million or more. The biggest problem that the company has is relying too much on Apple, which was responsible for more than half of Japan Display's yearly revenue as of March 2018. Read more... More about Apple, Iphone, Lcd, Oled, and Japan Display View the full article
  17. Leon Bridges might have one of the most mellifluous singing voices around. But sometimes even the most honeyed of voices can't distract from truly terrible lyrics. On Jimmy Kimmel Live, the Grammy-nominated singer belted out some of Donald Trump's tweets, which — let's be honest — aren't exactly known for their lyricism. Sorry, but "Congratulations to Rex Tillerson on being sworn in" just doesn't have ear worm potential. Read more... More about Donald Trump, Tweets, Kimmel, Culture, and MusicView the full article
  18. Even if you missed the news about Fyre Festival when it went viral back in 2017, chances are you'll have heard the name again recently. The disastrous cancelled music festival, which led to bankruptcy, widespread money loss and a six-year prison sentence for founder Billy McFarland, has been the subject of two recent documentaries on Hulu and Netflix. SEE ALSO: Ja Rule claims he's a Fyre Fest victim too in a tweetstorm about the new documentaries One of the people affected was restaurant owner and Great Exuma resident Maryann Rolle, who prepared food for the event. "I had 10 persons working with me just preparing food all day and all night, 24 hours," she said in an emotional interview for Netflix's FYRE: The Greatest Party That Never Happened. "I had to literally pay all those people." Read more... More about Netflix, Gofundme, Fyre, Fyre Festival, and Culture View the full article
  19. You can probably tell from Alexandria Ocasio-Cortez's frankly stellar Twitter presence that she is a force to be reckoned with. But, rather predictably, AOC and a few other vocal freshman members of congress have been told by senior politicians to "wait your turn, go slow," as Colbert put it. AOC has been quick to make a name for herself for her incisive tweets and fiery Twitter takedowns of GOP members. Colbert asked her a question that a few us probably already know the answer to: "On a scale of zero to some, how many fucks do you give?" Colbert asked her. "I think it's, uuuh, zero," replies AOC. Read more... More about Politics, Stephen Colbert, Alexandria Ocasio Cortez, Culture, and Talk ShowView the full article
  20. Through telemedicine and direct-to-consumer sales platforms, startups are streamlining the historically arduous process of accessing contraception. The latest effort to secure a significant financing round is The Pill Club, an online birth control prescription and delivery service. Consumer-focused investor VMG Partners has led its $51 million Series B, with participation from new investors GV and ACME Capital (formerly known as Sherpa Capital), and existing investors Base10 Partners and Shasta Ventures. The Pill Club declined to disclose its valuation. Launched in 2016 in San Carlos, California, The Pill Club couples healthcare services with at-home delivery, reaching customers in all 50 states. With a team of doctors, nurses and patient care coordinators, the startup operates its own pharmacy and is licensed to prescribe medication in 35 states. With the new funding, which brings its total raised to $67 million, founder and chief executive officer Nick Chang said he plans to scale the business 50 percent and expand its prescription service across the entire U.S. “At the end of the day, our company is about empowering women,” Chang told TechCrunch. “What does that mean? It means empowering our patients to make their own healthcare decisions and making reproductive healthcare more common — something to not be shy about or worried about.” Chang, who has spent his career in medicine and holds an M.D. from Duke University, previously founded Ganogen. The business, which sought to facilitate patient’s access to organ donors, ultimately shut down but was a catalyst to The Pill Club’s formation, as were experiences from Chang’s youth. “I [grew] up with an older sister who was on birth control since she was 14 for menstrual regulation,” Chang said. “She really felt embarrassed to pick up the medication and to talk to anyone about it and that was really insightful for me. There are so many hurdles in accessing birth control besides clinics being around.” Some 67 million women between the ages of 13 to 44 live in the U.S.; 19 million of them live in contraceptive deserts, or areas that lack reasonable access to public clinics. The Pill Club wants to eliminate those deserts, as do other companies in the digital health arena. Digital health has remained one of the hottest destinations for VC investment. In 2018, investors put about $4.5 billion into U.S. companies in the sector, a 17 percent increase year-over-year, according to PitchBook data. Telemedicine startups garnered a record $1.25 billion in funding in that timeframe thanks to large financings for industry leader Oscar, a health insurance startup that raised $540 million in 2018 alone; as well as an $88 million Series A for newcomer Roman, which offers a cloud pharmacy for erectile dysfunction. Startups focused on women’s health, meanwhile, have continued to garner more attention from VCs. These companies, including The Pill Club and comepetitor Nurx, have not only benefited from the rapid rise of telehealth, but also from a societal shift sparked in part by President Donald Trump and Republican lawmakers’ attempts to limit women’s access to birth control. “People want to talk about this,” Chang said. “With so much happening from Hollywood to politics … it’s really got some people to say ‘ok, we really need to talk about what we are prioritizing as a society.'” In addition to accelerating the expansion of its 260-person team, The Pill Club plans to use the investment to explore launching more services within women’s healthcare and to broaden the educational content it offers its customers. “This is just the beginning of a much broader and bigger movement,” Chang said. View the full article
  21. Wendy Tan White, a veteran of the U.K. startup scene — including founding SaaS website builder Moonfruit, which exited to Yell Group for $37 million — is joining Alphabet X (formerly Google X), TechCrunch has learned. According to sources, Tan White was approached by Google late last year, as she weighed up a number of other options, including raising a VC fund of her own dedicated to “deep tech”. Ultimately, she’s decided to join Google X, where she’ll hold the position of Vice President and will be part of the leadership team. I understand she’ll be reporting directly Astro Teller, the head of X (or “Captain of Moonshots”). “She will be managing, mentoring and supporting a range of teams across X,” a source tells me. As well as founding and exiting Moonfruit with her husband Joe, Tan White has recently been a very active investor in the U.K., both in a personal capacity and as former Partner at BGF Ventures, the early-stage U.K. venture capital fund where she remains an advisor. She led the Open Cosmos Series A for BGF, amongst others. Tan White’s over 30 personal investments, along with her husband Joe, include Public.io, Whitehat, Cleo, CloudNC, OpenCosmos, Automata, Massless, Q-bot, Streetbees, and Xihelm. Prior to BGF, she was a General Partner at Entrepreneur First, the London-headquartered deep tech company builder, which is backed by Greylock, and remains a popular figure amongst EF alumni. (I’m told Joe White will remain in his current post as General Partner at Entrepreneur First, and, along with Wendy, will be based in the U.S., where he already spends much of his time.) Wendy Tan White is also a Board Trustee of the Alan Turing Institute (the U.K.’s National AI Institute), a Member of the UK Digital Economy Council, on the Board of TechNation and Imperial College, DoC. She was awarded an MBE for services to business and technology in 2016 and Women in IT, Business Role Model of the Year 2017. View the full article
  22. Brown and two others were reportedly detained in Paris View the full article
  23. Just Eat, the takeout marketplace and food delivery service, has acquired Flyt, a startup that offers software for restaurants and restaurant suppliers. The acquisition price is £22 million, which Just Eat says it has financed from cash reserves. “A further cash consideration may also be payable subject to certain operational and financial criteria being met over the next three years,” discloses the company. Notably, Just Eat was already one of Flyt’s investors, but this deal sees the takeout behemoth become a majority owner. Existing investors, including Time Out and Entree Capital, have exited. The company is thought to have raised close to £12 million since being founded in 2013. Described as a leading software platform that helps restaurant groups and restaurant suppliers integrate their point of sale (POS) systems with third-party services, Flyt has obvious synergies with Just Eat, providing technology that helps improve the experience of ordering online. Better POS integration with various third-party services can help improve a restaurant’s customer experience and its operational efficiency. Specifically, Flyt says its technology platform removes the need for manual restaurant processes, reduces driver wait times in restaurants, and eliminates human error in order processing. To that end, Flyt currently works with over 3,000 quick service and branded restaurants, including some of the U.K. and world’s largest brands such as KFC, Tim Hortons, Mitchells and Butlers, Pizza Express and Nando’s. Despite now being owned by Just Eat, the company says it will continue to operate as a standalone platform and brand. Founders Tom Weaver and Chris Evans will continue to lead the business. As a footnote, prior to the acquisition, Just Eat owned an 8 percent stake. The takeout marketplace says the acquisition will enable it to accelerate the development of Flyt’s technology and offer Flyt’s services to more of its restaurant partners globally. Peter Duffy, Interim CEO of Just Eat comments: “Bringing Flyt into our Group will accelerate the take-up of these services around the world and allow the Flyt team to innovate with new and exciting technology solutions for the industry. We’ve admired Flyt for some time and are hugely impressed by their technology – integration between Just Eat and our restaurant partners is a critical component to providing world-class food delivery services”. View the full article
  24. Police are appealing for information after footage of a digger destroying the front of a building branded with the Travelodge logo went viral on Monday afternoon. The video below, which was shared by Joe Fearon on Twitter, shows a man in an orange digger rolling up the steps towards the reception area of a new Travelodge in Liverpool, UK. SEE ALSO: UK police get new powers to seize and search naughty drones "That's what happens when people don't pay their wages, mate," a man can be heard saying as the digger smashes its way into the building. I was on that job an was supposed to get paid the Friday before Xmas, could have been skint for all they knew, never got my money until the 2nd week of January, only a matter of time before something like this happened 🤷🏻‍♂️😂 pic.twitter.com/WvQ91aRRgL — Joe fearon (@joefblue) January 21, 2019 Read more... More about Uk, Hotel, Travelodge, Culture, and Web Culture View the full article
  25. Miss Universe arrives in March View the full article
  26. In Binged, Mashable breaks down why we binge-watch, how we binge-watch, and what it does to us. Because binge-watching is the new normal. You've booked your flight, your bag is packed, now, you've just got to decide what you're going to smash out during the flight. Long flights are the ultimate environment for binge-watching TV: meals and booze delivered right to your own personal little tray table, nowhere to be for hours but in your seat — and full concentration. So, instead of wasting time flicking around the airline's entertainment catalogue, prepare in advance, and catch up on a show you've been meaning to spend quality time with — you've got hours. And because you've got the time, you can finish the show before you land. Read more... More about Tv, Travel, Binge Watching, Binged, and EntertainmentView the full article
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