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After four years of collecting image-based inspiration in one place, Pinterest is adding advertising to its repertoire. Here's how it will work: "Promoted pins" will show up in the site's usual image shuffle as well as in specific searches. For example, search "beachy hair" and an image of a wavy look styled by TRESemm


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Golden State Warriors drop heartbreaker to Miami Heat

Golden State Warriors drop heartbreaker to Miami Heat - San Jose Mercury News

OAKLAND -- Before the Warriors' attempt at a comeback fell short in a 111-110 loss to Miami after a buzzer-beating 3-pointer from LeBron James, coach Mark Jackson said the outcome Wednesday night wouldn't change his outlook on his team as it went into the All-Star break.

Jackson went on to express pride after seeing Golden State erase a 21-point Miami lead and go into the Heat's final possession with the lead. But then James stole the show with a game-winning, fadeaway 27-footer over Andre Iguodala with two-tenths of a second left to finish with 36 points, 13 rebounds and nine assists on a wild night at Oracle Arena.

Stephen Curry finished with 29 points and nearly had the game-winner himself after driving past Mario Chalmers for a layup while getting fouled and completing the 3-point play with 14.6 seconds left to give the Warriors a 110-108 lead. The Warriors still got beat by reigning NBA Most Valuable Player James, who finished 14 of 26 from the field.

"At the end of the day, we witnessed greatness," Jackson said.

Iguodala said he would have changed nothing about the way he guarded James, who handed Golden State a loss despite the Warriors shooting 59 percent in the second half.

"If we play at the level we did tonight the way we competed and battled, we are going to look forward to an exciting second half of the season," Jackson said. "It will be important to make sure that we come back with this mentality."

Earlier in the evening, Jackson said he really liked the team's direction and was "united" with the ownership and front office in those thoughts while spending time before the game addressing comments from Joe Lacob on Tuesday to BANG Sports columnist Tim Kawakami, who had asked the Warriors co-owner to evaluate the coaching staff.


"I do think our coach has done a good job -- we have had some big wins, a lot of wins on the road, and that's usually a sign of good coaching," Lacob said. "But some things are a little disturbing -- the lack of being up for some of these games at home, that's a concern to me."

The Warriors are 31-22, which marks their best wins mark at the All-Star break since 2008, but they are also 4-6 in their past 10 home games after falling to two-time defending NBA champion Miami, which played for a second straight night without injured All-Star Dwyane Wade (foot).

Curry didn't make a field goal until hitting a 3-pointer with 6:06 left in the first half, but he heated up as he beat the buzzer at the end of the third quarter with another shot from beyond the arc that capped off a 17-7 run. Another Curry 3-pointer on the Warriors' first possession of the fourth gave Golden State an 85-84 lead.

Iguodala gave the Warriors a 105-104 lead with 1:22 left. James and Curry traded shots as the lead swung back and forth in the final minute before James ended it with a dagger.
The Golden State Warriors' Harrison Barnes, right, drives to the basket against the Miami Heat's Ray Allen (34) during the first half on Wednesday, Feb. 12, 2014, at Oracle Arena in Oakland, Calif. (D. Ross Cameron/Bay Area News Group)
"No moral victories," Curry said. "We know we played well. We just got beat by a great shot."

The Warriors struggled on defense with centers Andrew Bogut and Jermaine O'Neal continuing to sit out with injuries, as the Heat shot 53.8 percent from the field and got 56 points in the paint, including 19 from big man Chris Bosh. Jackson hoped rest during the All-Star break would help Bogut and O'Neal, noting that injuries to them along time missed by Iguodala, David Lee and Harrison Barnes also hurt the team at times.

Lee had 21 points and 11 rebounds, and Klay Thompson added 17 points.


Mark Jackson says adversity will allow team to grow as it heads into All-Star break. Read Tim Kawakami's full blog at http://blogs.mercurynews.com/kawakami.


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BBC News - Google revamps logo and search page

BBC News - Google revamps logo and search page How mobile phones are helping register deaths Take a trip inside the world of Grand Theft Auto 5 It is the first change to Google's logo since 2010. Not all users will be able to see the redesign yet. A blog post added that the firm intended to "streamline" users' experience of its services to prevent "distractions". "It might be the case that it is not obvious to some people that they need to click on the box to reveal the firm's other services." A Google spokeswoman said that similar changes would now be "slowly rolled out" across its products. This page is best viewed in an up-to-date web browser with style sheets (CSS) enabled. While you will be able to view the content of this page in your current browser, you will not be able to get the full visual experience. Please consider upgrading your browser software or enabling style sheets (CSS) if you are able to do so. Syrian 'chemical weapons' videos come under scrutiny Shares in smartphone maker Blackberry plunge 17% as the company announces thousands of job losses and issues a profits warning. The revamp features a flattened, reshaped logo and replaces the previous menu bar with a smaller range of links on the page's right-hand side. To reveal other products - such as Google Drive storage, YouTube videos or the Android app Play Store - visitors to the firm's search page must now click on an icon made up of small squares. Google has begun rolling out a redesign of its homepage - the world's most visited web address. The BBC is not responsible for the content of external Internet sites The move comes in the same month that Yahoo's logo and Microsoft's Bing search tool have also been updated. BBC © 2013 The BBC is not responsible for the content of external sites. Read more. "What they are doing is actually pretty subtle and that's because these software companies depend on user loyalty - they don't want to do anything that would alienate their customers." "I do think that there is a move to try to make Google+ more central to everything its users do," said Carolina Milanesi from the tech advisors Gartner. Sleuth reveals how almost all crime leaves digital trace "This is the season for consumer tech updates and whether you sell a product or it's free everyone wants to look fresh ahead of the Christmas shopping season," said Sarah Rotman Epps, an analyst at the tech consultancy Forrester. Another analyst suggested that cutting down the number of links would encourage people to use Google's social network, Google Plus.


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