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Kirko Bangz And Migos Floss In “Got It On Me” Video

Kirko Bangz’s debut album is nowhere in sight but…Oh look! It’s Migos. The Atlanta trio joins Kirko Bangz in the video for “Got It On Me.” Of course, the “It” refers to riches, and the video mostly focuses on that as if the hook (“I got it on me, I got it me…” over and over again) didn’t drive the point across. Watch it above and stay put for the studio debut.

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The 25 Highest-Paying Jobs In America

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CEOs are known for pulling in a pretty penny. But doctors make even more.

That’s right: On average, those sporting scrubs and stethoscopes bring home fatter paychecks than those donning suits and ties, according to the latest Bureau of Labor Statistics’ Occupational Employment and Wage Estimates survey.

The survey, which reflects May 2013 salary and employment data gathered from more than one million businesses, found that 15 of the nation’s top 25 highest-paying occupations are in the medical field.

The best-paying job of all: anesthesiologist. 

On average, anesthesiologists in the US earn $113 an hour, for a mean annual salary of $235,070.

According to the American Society of Anesthesiologists (ASA), these medical doctors are responsible for the safety and wellbeing of patients before, during, and after surgery. In the US, they’re required to complete a four-year undergraduate college degree, four years of medical school, and a four-year anesthesiology residency program. Most anesthesiologists become board certified, and many complete an additional fellowship year of specialty training.

A 2014 physician compensation report by Medscape found that nearly 80% of anesthesiologists spend 40 hours or more per week with patients.

25. Sales Managers

Mean annual pay: $123,150

Number of people who hold this job in the US: 352,220




24. Financial Managers

Mean annual pay: $126,660

Number of people who hold this job in the US: 499,320




23. Prosthodontists

Mean annual pay: $128,310

Number of people who hold this job in the US: 290



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Sony Pictures hacked, entire computer system reportedly unusable

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Reports that Sony Pictures has been hacked have been trickling in this morning, after a thread appeared on Reddit claiming all computers at the company were offline due to a hack. According to the Reddit thread, an image appeared on all employee’s computers reading “Hacked by #GOP” and demanding their “requests be met” along with links to leaked data. The Reddit user that posted the thread posted a year ago that they worked at Sony Pictures. The image shown on employee computers – we’ve blurred out the links to leaked documents The ZIP files mentioned in the images contain a list…

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Flashback: Waylon, Willie and the Outlaws Make Country Music History

Waylon Jennings once famously said he “couldn’t go pop with a mouthful of firecrackers,” yet with an album of previously released material, he did help country music reach a milestone heretofore reserved for pop and rock albums. On this day in 1976, Wanted! The Outlaws, an LP on which Jennings was featured alongside his wife Jessi Colter, Willie Nelson and Tompall Glaser, became country music’s first platinum-certified LP, signifying sales of one million.

Although Jennings had begun the transformation from slick Countrypolitan to renegade with the 1972 album Ladies Love Outlaws, this compilation, released on RCA, gave an official name to a country-music movement reserved for artists outside the mainstream. Raucous, rebellious and decidedly uninterested in the blending of pop and country that was storming the charts at the time (and continues to do so today), the Outlaw Movement was also spurred on by such landmark events as the 1976 debut of the long-running PBS series Austin City Limits.

“Their music didn’t conform to the country norm of songs of divorce, and alcohol and life’s other miseries,” wrote Chet Flippo in the Wanted! liner notes. At the time, Flippo was New York bureau chief for Rolling Stone. He would become senior editor a year later.

On the original LP, Jennings performed “My Heroes Have Always Been Cowboys,” and “Honky Tonk Heroes,” among others, while his wife’s contributions included “You Mean to Say” and a duet with Jennings on the Elvis Presley hit “Suspicious Minds.” Glaser’s 1975 hit “Put Another Log on the Fire” was also included, as was a “live” version of Nelson and Jennings doing “Good Hearted Woman.” The song became a Number One hit for the pair.

Wanted! The Outlaws received a 20th-anniversary CD reissue in 1996 featuring 10 bonus tracks, but it’s those original 11 songs that helped make country music history.

What I would do differently if I was learning to code today

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This post originally appeared on the Crew blog. I’ve been learning to build iOS apps in Objective-C for the past few months and I’m finally starting to really get my head around it. It’s been a lot harder and taken a lot longer than I expected. I often get stuck, get frustrated, and spend many more hours searching for bug fixes than actually writing code. But it’s an amazing feeling to play with an app on my phone and know that I built it from scratch. I’ve learned a lot along the way—not just about developing iOS apps, but about…

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What I would do differently if I was learning to code today

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This post originally appeared on the Crew blog. I’ve been learning to build iOS apps in Objective-C for the past few months and I’m finally starting to really get my head around it. It’s been a lot harder and taken a lot longer than I expected. I often get stuck, get frustrated, and spend many more hours searching for bug fixes than actually writing code. But it’s an amazing feeling to play with an app on my phone and know that I built it from scratch. I’ve learned a lot along the way—not just about developing iOS apps, but about…

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