YouTuber Slayy Point Has Convinced the Desi Internet That Everyone is ‘Binod’

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YouTuber Slayy Point Has Convinced the Desi Internet That Everyone is ‘Binod’

In a stand-up gig back in February, Anubhav Singh Bassi had famously said, “Koi sense hai iss baat ki? (Does this even make sense?)” and the comedian had pretty much summed it all.

2020 is a year of bizarre trends and if the Internet had already convinced you that everything around you is cake, think again.

Because a month later following the weird dessert trend, everything and everyone now is Binod.

Who is Binod, you ask?

Slayy Point, a famous YouTube channel run by Abhyudaya and Gautami recently went down the rabbit hole that is the Indian comments section in one of their videos and a meme was born.

Both Abhyudaya and Gautami gave us a glimpse of what really goes on in the “filthy” comments section of videos where the commenters leave

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Exclusive: JPMorgan drops terms ‘master,’ ‘slave’ from internal tech code and materials

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NEW YORK (Reuters) – JPMorgan Chase & Co (JPM.N) is eliminating terms like “blacklist,” “master” and “slave” from its internal technology materials and code as it seeks to address racism within the company, said two sources with knowledge of the move.

The terms had appeared in some of the bank’s technology policies, standards and control procedures, as well in the programming code that runs some of its processes, one of the sources said.

Other companies like Twitter Inc (TWTR.K) and GitHub Inc adopted similar changes, prompted by the renewed spotlight on racism after the death of George Floyd, a Black man who died in police custody in Minneapolis in May. here

The phrases “master” and “slave” code or drive are used in some programming languages and computer hardware to describe one part of a device or process that controls another.

“Blacklist” is used to describe items

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Human Resources Technology Company Launches Mobile Application for Businesses to Easily Issue and Manage Employee COVID-19 Self-Screenings

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NORTHAMPTON, Mass., Aug. 6, 2020 /PRNewswire/ — CheckWriters, Inc. – a leading developer of Payroll and Human Capital Management technology – today announced the launch of their Mobile COVID-19 Health Declaration, a new and proprietary add-on to the CheckWriters Employee Self Service (ESS) App. The tool is designed to make it easier for employers to manage the employee self-screening process by issuing a daily health declaration.

NEWS FACTS

·        Many states and municipalities are now requiring employers in various sectors to screen employees for potential COVID-19 symptoms and/or possible exposure prior to the beginning of employee shifts.

·        Employers need a simple and reliable way to issue and manage these employee screenings that maintains COVID-19 workplace safety standards and protocols, ideally through a mobile-accessible tool to ensure the self-screen can occur off-site.

·        The CheckWriters Mobile COVID-19 Health Declaration allows employees to conveniently complete a self-screen relative to potential

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