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Thanks to Hallmark, we're up to our turtlenecks in new Christmas content this year, in the best way possible. Hallmark Channel has a full holiday movie lineup for 2022, including the annual Countdown to Christmas event that's well underway. It's the perfect time to cozy up with a mug of hot cocoa and watch a holiday romance blossom on our screens. Forty (!) new original movies will premiere this year across Hallmark Channel and Hallmark Movies and Mysteries, ensuring your holiday season is very merry and bright.
All your favorite faces are back, including holiday superstar Lacey Chabert, who stars in Haul Out the Holly, her record-breaking twelfth Hallmark Christmas movie. Plus, three of Hallmark's most popular leading men, Paul Campbell, Tyler Hynes, and Andrew Walker, play brothers in the upcoming Three Wise Men and a Baby.
Seattle -- An Everett, Washington man pleaded guilty today in U.S. District Court in Seattle to two counts of criminal copyright infringement, announced U.S. Attorney Jenny A. Durkan. SANG JIN KIM, 36, was indicted in December 2011. KIM operated websites which sold pirated copies of movies, television shows, software and workout DVDs. Some of the pirated materials were television shows illegally downloaded from Korean broadcasters. The programs were marketed to the Korean community in the United States. Two websites, with the domain names 82movie.com and 007disk.com and the servers that support them, were seized as part of the law enforcement effort. The sites were operated by a company owned by KIM, World Mutimedia Group, Incorporated. KIM is scheduled for sentencing by U.S. District Judge Richard A. Jones on October 12, 2012.
Consumer spending Reports on consumer spending were again somewhat mixed, butsuggested further improvement in March and early April. A contact with onenational department store chain said that sales gains so far this fiscal yearwere in the low double digits, above their expectations. These gains weredriven primarily by strong sales of home-related items as well as a notablepickup in women's apparel and accessory sales. Moreover, a large regionaldiscounter said that food and other nondurables were selling well. Consumerswere also said to be more responsive to advertising. On balance, merchants saidthat inventories remained lean. March theater ticket sales were up from a yearearlier, according to one contact, due in part to some highly anticipated moviereleases. Light vehicle sales in the District were somewhat soft again in Marchand early April, despite increased consumer incentives. Some dealers said thatinventories were higher than desired, and they were cutting back orders for newvehicles. Contacts in tourism said that leisure travel in the region wasgenerally flat.
Illegitimate movie-sharing frequently happens in two ways. One, users download and install software that connects them to so-called torrent files, which let you download online material by pulling data from multiple computers hosting the same content. Two, a black-market site hosting the movie streams it on demand, much like a YouTube video.
For example, let's say you find a title you want to watch. You click the movie title or graphic. The site directs you to another page with another link. You click the movie title again. You're directed, again, to yet another page filled with more links to the same movie title, including options that lead to third-party pages or even supposed software that will let you play back the film.
Look for an "About Us" or "Help" link that further explains who made the site and how they back up their service. If the site says explicitly that it doesn't actually host any material and lists a disclaimer stating that it "merely" links to movies elsewhere on the web, you can bet that it's not a legitimate business.
Let's say you find a site with a tantalizing selection of great, new movies. You excitedly click a title to play the movie, and instead of the opening credits, you see a pop-up indicating that you need to download special video playback software.
As if unauthorized downloads alone weren't causing enough difficulty, streaming content further muddies the waters. If you really love movies, you can do yourself and other movie buffs a favor: find legal ways to pay for and enjoy that content. In doing so, you support the entertainment industry and you dodge digital security pitfalls of all kinds, too.
As a developer, you don't have to settle for just frontend or backend; you can do both as a full-stack developer. This is, in my experience, where the fun begins. Full-stack developers can create sites and web applications that render both on the client-side (frontend) and the server-side (backend).
According to Indeed,com, back-end developers have the highest salaries, with an average of $120,500 per year, followed by full-stack developers at $107,248. Front end developers come in third place with an average salary of $105,491 per year. Indeed also points out that according to the Bureau of Labor Statistics, "the job outlook for web developers and digital designers, which includes these three roles, is expected to grow by 8% between 2019 and 2029."
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