The app that made Flash ubiquitous, Flash Professional, has officially abandoned its namesake. Today Adobe followed through on its promise to rebrand Flash Professional to “Animate CC,” a better name which reflects how the app is used by designers and developers today. With the fresh coat of paint, Adobe calls this first Animate release “one of our biggest releases ever,” highlighting new features like support for Creative Cloud libraries, Adobe Stock, expanded Typekit support, support for SVG files, etc.
I’m ushered into a hallway where Beyoncé’s female dancers are standing in prayer-circle formation. They seem at peace, a palpable contrast to the politically charged statement they would soon make as guest performers during Coldplay’s halftime show.
NetflixIf you are one of the millions of people who have listened to the podcast “Serial” or watched Netflix’s series “Making a Murderer,” you may believe there are innocent people in prison.
But long before the cases of Adnan Syed, Steven Avery and Brendan Dassey were brought to the public’s attention, we and other researchers have been hard at work studying how it is that innocent people sometimes go to prison for crimes they did not commit.
In fact, a recent report documented that in 2015, there were a record number of exonerations in the United States.
While it’s difficult, if not impossible, to determine how many people have been wrongfully convicted in the United States, real-life cases reveal some of the common causes of wrongful conviction.
Over 4,500 passengers and 1,600 crew members were on their way from New York to Florida and the Bahamas when their ship got tossed around like a rag doll and was forced to turn back, the Detroit Free Press reports. Four people were injured in what can only be described as a vacation from hell.