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    This week, Inside the Clubhouse looks at what’s next for Lorenzo Cain, the mistake the Yankees are making with Aaron Judge and more. After being designated for assignment by the Milwaukee Brewers, Lorenzo Cain intends to spend time with his wife, Jenny, and his three kids before making a decision on whether to continue playing. The Brewers had been internally debating for weeks on whether to DFA Cain, 36, as he continued to struggle. On Saturday, the day he reached 10 years of major-league service time, Cain met with team officials and determined that parting ways was in the best interest of both sides. Brewers president of baseball operations David Stearns termed it as a “mutual” decision; one source with direct knowledge confirmed that description, praising Stearns for his communication and willingness to wait until Cain reached 10 years of service time before moving on. If Cain decides to continue playing, and that is a big if, one source said that the number of teams he will consider will be limited. He’ll want to play for a contender and have...
    In this article TWTR TSLA FB Clubhouse Drop-in audio chat app logo on the App Store is seen displayed on a phone screen in this illustration photo taken in Poland on February 21, 2021.Jakub Porzycki | NurPhoto | Getty ImagesAudio app Clubhouse was all the rage earlier this year, but there are signs that the buzz around it is starting to dissipate. In February, Tesla CEO Elon Musk and Facebook CEO Mark Zuckerberg hopped onto Clubhouse within a few days of each other, as the social chat app started to take off. Musk even asked Russian President Vladimir Putin if he wanted to join him for a conversation on the platform. Fast forward to today, however, and some of the hype appears to have vanished. The invite-only iPhone app, which celebrated its first birthday last month, allows users to find and listen to conversations between groups of people. It was quickly embraced by Silicon Valley types and it was backed by well-known venture capital firm Andreessen Horowitz (whose co-founder speaks on the app from time-to-time) in a January funding...
    In this photo illustration the stock market graphics of Clubhouse Media Group Inc seen displayed on a smartphone with a Clubhouse Media Group logo in the background.Igor Golovniov | LightRocket | Getty Images It was a phrase uttered countless times during the era of Zoom meetings. But this time, it inadvertently trapezed an unknown stock to new heights: "Can you hear me?" Elon Musk was making his debut on Clubhouse, the audio-only app that has exploded in popularity in recent months, in part because of Musk's participation in that room on the last day of January. Within seconds, the room reached its 5,000-person capacity. Overflow rooms crowded in to listen to the Tesla and SpaceX CEO. In the words of the room's host Sriram Krishnan, "You've pretty much broken Clubhouse." Little did anyone know, Musk's participation would also set off massive interest in a completely unrelated company: the publicly traded influencer media and marketing firm Clubhouse Media Group, which isn't affiliated with the private, Andreessen Horowitz-backed audio app that's about a year old. At the end of the interview, Musk called...
    Be an active user, charge a maximum of $ 100 if you die, assign your content, reveal secrets, do not give false information … These are conditions that, although most do not know it, the users of the latest fashion social network, Clubhouse, are accepting. The voice social network has become very popular in recent months, with two million downloads, recently arrived in Spain and currently only available for iOS. With its format it has even attracted the attention of other social networks who have imitated it like Twitter, with its Spaces. Between 90 and 99% of users, according to ProPrivacy.com, does not read the terms of use or privacy policies Of the tools they use, and with the arrival of new social networks, such as the Clubhouse, controversy and confusion often arise among the community. The fashion app has already had to review and update its privacy policy and conditions of service due to the doubts generated by the way and the place in which they were stored. user data and conversations, which could be accessed by the Chinese...
    This week, Inside the Clubhouse looks at how the Brewers plan to use Jackie Bradley Jr., how Jake Odorizzi might fit in Houston and more. This is the way that the Milwaukee Brewers have operated under owner Mark Attanasio and president of baseball operations David Stearns. “Ashby is filthy,” he said. “He’ll be in the big leagues this year.” Ashby, 22, could be an important piece for the Brewers as they look for arms to eat innings. He throws five pitches, including a fastball that touches 97 mph, and recently added a sinker. He uses different motions in his delivery to mess with hitters’ timing. He has used both to overpower opponents this spring, striking out six batters in two innings pitched. Shane McLanahan, LHP, Tampa Bay Rays Shane McLanahan became the first pitcher in baseball history to make his major-league debut last season. The Rays believe that experience will only help him in 2021 and beyond. McLanahan, 23, is expected to be a starting pitcher for the Rays once he is called up. He features a fastball that...
    Interact by voice in the Clubhouse style with these apps for Android. Every year it seems that a social network comes to the fore and begins to be a topic of interest on the Internet. Platforms such as Facebook and Instagram for example, and the most recent is TikTok, but in this case we will talk about one in particular: Clubhouse. Clubhouse is a platform in which you participate through audio chats. It is a social network that combines streaming content with podcasts. The thing with Clubhouse is that it works only through audios and is only available in beta mode and for iOS devices. Until now it is not known when it will be available for Android, for that reason it is good to know some alternatives that you can use on your device. It is important to note that there is no application that works like Clubhouse for Android, but there are some that fulfill similar functions. Stereo It is a social network that is also based on audio with a dynamic quite similar to...
    Doctors are using the Clubhouse app to encourage people to take the COVID-19 vaccine. But numerous doctors told Insider they were harassed and bullied after discussing the vaccine. Black doctors in particular have faced substantial pushback, adding to the biases they already face. Visit Insider's homepage for more stories. In the midst of a turbulent COVID-19 vaccine rollout in the United States, the internet has seen a flurry of misinformation about the shots. Now, doctors and healthcare professionals are speaking out publicly about the safety and efficacy of the vaccine. One platform they've zeroed in on is Clubhouse, the invite-only voice-app that has attracted prominent users like Kevin Hart, Oprah Winfrey, and Tiffany Haddish. The app allows people to create rooms around specific topics where anyone can join as an audience member. If someone wants to be a part of the conversation, they can virtually raise their hand and be added as a speaker. But this format, coupled with a dearth of moderation, has opened the door for harassment against Black doctors who are fighting a battle against...
    What is Clubhouse, the social audio network that you can only access if you are invited
    Dreamgirls on Clubhouse/Lion King on Clubhouse promotional posters. (Courtesy of Brandon Patterson)(Courtesy of Noelle Chesnut Whitmore) Clubhouse, an audio-based platform, has allowed Black creatives to successfully use the platform to adapt musical theater productions like The Lion King and Dreamgirls. The invite-only social media network, which is still in beta, has created a space for creatives, in general, to network and have open conversations.  But Black creatives told Insider how Clubhouse paved a way for a digital space for new and seasoned trendsetters to shine. Visit Insider's homepage for more stories. The coronavirus pandemic forced Noelle Chesnut Whitmore to take a step back to reevaluate her life and purpose after she was furloughed from her job as a festival marketing manager.  "If it was not for the pandemic for me personally, there is no way that I would've been able to have the time to think and be a kid again, and think about what I like, think about what I love, and what makes me happy," Whitmore told Insider. where she contributed to major events like...
    Mike Clevinger’s tumultuous season in Cleveland could be over Clevinger and Zach Plesac were banished off of the 40-man roster after they broke COVID-19 quarantine rules, though the latter was recently allowed back into the clubhouse to make a spot start. Cleveland reportedly set a high price tag for Clevinger despite his wrongdoing, as his arsenal of pitches and prowess on the mound makes him on of the more attractive trade targets this season. Clevinger has yet to make an All-Star team, but in his last two seasons he’s registered records of 13-4 and 13-8, with ERAs hovering around 3. He’d be a valuable addition to a Padres rotation featuring some young righties in Chris Paddack and Dinelson Lamet. At least two teams involved in the Mike Clevinger sweepstakes have not been told they are out, but agree that the #Padres are the leaders in the clubhouse as everyone awaits Clevelands final decision. It is clear that Clevinger is definitely gone. — Bob Nightengale (@BNightengale) August 30, 2020 What would Mike Clevinger bring to the Padres rotation, and why would...
    Back from a sheltered-in-place July 4th vacation, complete with Hamilton and a disastrous attempt at s’mores. They’re more complicated than you think! The Plain ViewYou could argue that Taylor Lorenz was Clubhouse’s biggest fan. When the New York Times tech culture reporter noticed the new app in April, she instantly signed up. She had no idea that the real-time audio-based social network would soon become invite-only, with rank-and-file journalists not welcome. (Including me, I figured, so I haven’t asked to get in.) The very limited membership in the app’s testing stage was dominated by Silicon Valley insiders and celebrities, who tantalized the hoi polloi on Twitter with hints of the cool conversations they were enjoying. But Lorenz was allowed to stay, with no restrictions, and this paid off for Clubhouse when she, along with colleague Erin Griffith, wrote a positive piece about the new venture. The story came soon after VC firm Andreessen Horowitz reportedly put $12 million into Clubhouse, valuing the two-person company with about 1,500 users and no revenues at around $100 million. None of that VC stuff...
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