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Elon Musk was quick to block this infamous Twitter account!

Since he acquired Twitter at a cost of $44 billion, Elon Musk has been very variable in managing moderation.

That said, after promising not to delete the account reporting his jet’s travels, he finally turned his cap on suspending it!


Beforehand, he had mentioned that his commitment to free speech forbade him to block the account that follows his jet, even if it represented a risk to his personal safety.


This student-run account, which has no less than 500,000 followers (@ElonJet), has not been shy about using public data to inform people about Musk‘s movements in the sky.

It’s true that “if the data is public,” it can be shared. In the Twitter rules, there is the point that data from other sites can be deposited there.

If Musk and his team have deleted the @ElonJet account, the personal account of the student, Jack Sweeney, is still accessible.


Recall that Musk’s leaked messages since his purchase of Twitter are very contradictory of what is and isn’t allowed, especially since he himself crosses the line too often.

For example, he reinstated Donald Trump’s account, but suspended Kanye West’s.

By the way, the teenager who posts Musk’s private jet movements is now sharing them from Facebook and Instagram, obviously.


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It happened on a… January 27


Australian Open Women’s Tennis: Caroline Wozniacki beats Simona Halep 7-6, 3-6, 6-4 to win her first Grand Slam title.


Steve Jobs unveiled the Apple iPad.



Michael Jackson is burned during filming for Pepsi commercial.

LA Kings end Wayne Gretzky’s NHL-record 51-game scoring streak.


A fire in the Apollo 1 Command Module kills astronauts Gus Grissom, Ed White and Roger B. Chaffee during a launch rehearsal.



Montreal starts to build subway, at estimated cost of $300 million; Quebec agrees to help with financing.


“Heartbreak Hotel” single released by Elvis Presley, his first million-selling single.


Siege of Leningrad lifted by the Wehrmacht after 880 days and more than 2 million Russians killed.



John Baird, a Scottish inventor, demonstrated a pictorial transmission machine called television.


“Tarzan of the Apes”, 1st Tarzan film, premieres at Broadway Theater.


Thomas Edison patents electric incandescent lamp.



First regular mail coach service starts between Quebec and Montreal.

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Couche-Tard convenience stores soon to be cashier-less?

The Couche-Tard convenience store chain is currently conducting tests in one of its Montreal stores.

Don’t look for a cashier, there isn’t one.


A bit like Amazon a few years ago, the multinational Couche-Tard is launching the robotization of its operations. In this convenience store, there is no cashier and the customer pays with his or her smartphone.

This experimental convenience store is located onMcGill University ‘s downtown campus. It is in partnership with the Retail Innovation Lab of the academic institution that the project is conducted. This unique partnership allows for cutting-edge research and testing of innovations, including frictionless technologies, to transform the customer experience like never before.

Located on the first floor of the Bronfman Pavilion, the Couche-Tard convenience store offers for the first time a contactless payment system that uses cameras throughout the store to track your purchases, without any human interaction.


While the location is becoming the ultimate in technology, it also allows researchers at the Bensadoun School of Retail Management to test new retail strategies in a real-world setting.


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As a TikTok from the Desautels School of Business shows, the buying process is quite simple. First, you scan a QR code at the store entrance, download an app and enter your payment information, and shop. When the products are found, all that’s left to do is pay with your phone.

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It remains to be seen whether Couche-tard will follow in Amazon’s footsteps in the future by offering biometric payment…

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Diddy spends the price of a Honda Civic a day on his hair

It’s not easy to find a look that stands out from the crowd, but when you look at the rappers, it’s obvious that the inspiration rises immediately.

Obviously, these rappers take great care of their daily appearance since they are regularly in the spotlight, in front of cheering fanatics.


The rappers’ clothing look is crucial, but the haircut, beard trimming and daily maintenance are also important.

Many of these rappers pay a fortune in grooming, as is the case, among others, of King Combs, YK Osiris or Diddy, the most legendary of this group.

Legendary Diddy is the one who spends the most to make sure his hair is always on point. The 53-year-old legend reportedly spends $5,000 a day on hair and beard maintenance. A simple haircut would cost him $1000.

It would sometimes cost him the price of a Honda Civic per week…


In the case of YK Osiris, who is very active on social media, he doesn’t mind showing off all the money he gives to his barber every week. Like Diddy, his haircut costs him $1000…

King Combs, Diddy‘s son, also spends several sheets to get his hair cut. It also costs him 1000 dollars per cut, which proves that the thesis “the apple didn’t fall far from the tree” holds true.

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