When you first get a new Windows computer (or set up an old one), you might be focused on downloading your favorite apps and transferring your files. This is also a good time to configure your machine to protect your privacy.
That’s because both Jenelle Evans and Leah Messer have had high profile scandals since season five ended in October; Jenelle with her alleged domestic violence case with Nathan Griffith and Leah and her stint in rehab.
We just got a sneak peek of the upcoming season six premiere of the Teen Mom sequel, and in it, Jenelle’s mom Barbara isn’t holding back about her true feelings regarding her relationships with Nathan, Kaiser, and even Jace!
Ch-ch-check out the tense moment ahead of the season premiere on July 9 at 10/9c (above)!!!
P.S. Be on the lookout for our exclusive interview with Jenelle, Kailyn, and Chelsea coming soon!
Japanese authorities are expected to release former Toyota executive Julie Hamp from custody on July 8, and she may not be charged. Hamp was accused of allegedly attempting to illegally bring Oxycodone pills into the country through the mail.
According to media outlets in the country, former international Damien Duff is on the brink of signing for Irish top-flight club Shamrock Rovers.
The Dubliner is one of the greatest footballers the country has ever produced but Rovers only average crowds of about 3,000, so in normal circumstances they would never be able to afford a player of Duff’s class.
However, as reported by the Irish Daily Mail (via SportsJoe.ie) a heart-warming compromise might be found:
Duff will not receive a regular salary at the SSE Airtricity League club, rather the club and sponsors will contribute approximately €1,000 a week to a charity of his choosing.
The 36-year-old is an ambassador for Heart Children Ireland but it is not yet clear if that is the charity that stands to benefit. Duff’s son, Woody, was born with a congenital heart defect so HCI is a charity he is passionate in supporting.
Duff starred in the Premier League for a number of seasons for Blackburn, Chelsea, Newcastle and Fulham before enjoying a spell in Australia last season.
This week, SEEK Berlin will once again be holding its seasonal showcase at Arena. The venue was once a public transit warehouse back in the 1920s, as it features both indoor and outdoor areas. Roughly 300 brands are set to be featured at the heralded trade show, mostly from the menswear variety, but a selection of womenswear, lifestyle products, footwear and tech gadgets will also be on hand. SEEK is partnering with Bright and various nightlife outlets, encouraging attendees to meet, eat and dance, as well as check out the brands. Labels such as Carhartt WIP, Naked and Famous, Levi’s, Stance, Publish, Pointer and hundreds more will be highlighting what to expect in the coming seasons.
Apple CEO Tim Cook has been named as one of eight new board of trustee members at his alma mater Duke University, where he earned his MBA from the Fuqua School of Business in 1988, the school announced today. Cook began serving his six-year term on July 1 and will assist the governing body in determining Duke University’s educational mission and fiscal policies.
Tim Cook speaking at Duke University in April 2013
The other new trustees are The Coca-Cola Foundation chairwoman Lisa Borders, PRM Advisors founder Patricia Morton, NBA commissioner Adam Silver and ValueAct Capital CEO Jeff Ubben. Duke University also appointed three observing members on the board, including Elastic Fabrics of America marketing executive and Duke alum Jack Boyd, recent Duke graduate Anna Knight and Duke JD/MBA candidate Ben Shellhorn.
Cook returned to Duke University in 2013 for his 25th reunion and participated in an hour-long dialogue with Fuqua School of Business Dean Bill Boulding and students about why Apple is successful, collaboration, ethical leadership, career planning, inspirational leaders, intuitions and more. The embedded playlist of videos above will play through each of the seven clips that the university shared.
Rather than collect and treat the copious amount of pee produced by beer-swigging live music lovers, the organizers of last week’s Roskilde Festival and the Danish Agriculture & Food Council opted to put all that liquid gold to good use. A beercycling project dubbed “From piss to pilsner” invited attendees to leave deposits for local farmers to use as fertilizer for barley crops grown to make beer.