On Second Thought
On Second Thought is a mobile communications company. Our patented delay/recall technology lets users undo mobile messages BEFORE they get to the other person. We currently have a texting app that lets you take back text messages before they get to the other person’s phone. The On Second Thought SDK is available to wireless carriers, messaging apps, mobile money transfer platforms and other companies so they can provide our recall/delay experience to their customers.
- Happy Anniversary, Economy! (Maybe. Sort of. On Second Thought … ) The New York Times
The U.S. economic expansion will be the longest in its history if there is no recession by July 1. But we won't know for sure for months. Or years.
- On Second Thought For Monday, June 17, 2019 | Georgia Public Broadcasting Georgia Public Broadcasting
Organizers and city leaders are still puzzling out why a job fair at the Anderson Conference Center in Macon recently saw an unexpectedly large turnout.
- I'm a bartender — and these are the drinks that we secretly judge you for ordering Business Insider
No matter what kind of drink you order, bartenders will happily make it. But there are some drinks they will secretly judge you for ordering.
- Do Businesses Show Their True Colors During LGBTQ Pride Month? Georgia Public Broadcasting
Celebrations continue across the country as the LGBTQ community celebrates Pride Month. President Bill Clinton declared June as “Gay & Lesbian Pride.
- Remembering how West Virginian's responded to the 2016 floods WDTV
BRIDGEPORT, W.Va. (WDTV) -- "Until you live something like this you don't realize how devastating it is" Those are the words of Sherry Cole a resident who was ...
- Martha Stewart On How Snoop Dogg Got Her Into The Cannabis Business, Her New CBD Line, And Aging Well Forbes
On the heels of two high-profile appearances from Colorado to Canada, I talked to the lifestyle icon about her latest venture.
- Risky business? Voters worry about Trump's tariff threats with China USA TODAY
WASHINGTON — As President Trump prepares to talk trade with China's leader this week, Americans are worried that his threat to impose tough new tariffs on ...
- First weekend of Jazz Festival downtown pays off for businesses 13WHAM-TV
Rochester, N. Y. (WHAM) - A couple blocks away from Jazz Street in downtown Rochester, employees at Unter Biergarten stocked up for the third day of the CGI ...
- How Hispanic-owned businesses are finding a home in Indianapolis amid a population boom Indianapolis Star
Indianapolis' Hispanic population grew by 500% in 20 years. Now there are almost 5000 Hispanic-owned firms.
- Train of thought - Saipan News, Headlines, Events, Ads Saipan Tribune
Amelia please. There is a wealth of information, including many eyewitness accounts, that place Amelia Earhart and her airplane in the Marshall Islands in July ...
- Save Up To 25% At Staples With Chase Offers (Targeted) One Mile at a Time
Check out this great new Chase Offers deal that can save you up to 25% off a purchase with Staples. This can be more useful than you might think.
- Amid Low Unemployment in Macon, Mile-long Job Fair Line Tells Different Story Georgia Public Broadcasting
Organizers and city leaders are still puzzling out why a job fair at the Anderson Conference Center in Macon recently saw an unexpectedly large turnout.
- Downtown Cafe Decides To Serve All Customers New Haven Independent
An experimental downtown cafe has decided to serve all customers, not just college students, in a reversal of its previously exclusionary business model.
- Akron Canton News Village of Clinton hit hard by flooding Bob Jones 4:24 PM, Jun News 5 Cleveland
CLINTON, Ohio — Larry Kolar showed up at Clinton Automotive on Main Street Tuesday morning hoping to pick up his business dump truck that's in the shop for ...
- Lessons From the VC Who's Seen It All Before Fortune
How Jeff Jordan is applying what he learned during his time at Disney, eBay, and OpenTable to help founders at Airbnb, Pinterest, and Instacart.
- Trump Accuses Europe of Bolstering Its Economy at America’s Expense The New York Times
WASHINGTON — To President Trump, economics has always been a zero-sum game: If another country is winning, the United States must be losing. That view ...
- On Second Thought: Plagiarism is harder now, but it still happens The Boston Globe
Last year, Marc Abrahams was doing some fishing in the field of sex research for a book project when he stumbled across an article, from a 2000 issue of the ...
- Trump may be having second thoughts about Shanahan as defense secretary NBC News
WASHINGTON — President Donald Trump appears to be having second thoughts about his choice of Patrick Shanahan as his next secretary of defense and ...
- Who Gets to Sit on the Supreme Court? The New York Times
Carl Hulse's “Confirmation Bias” recounts the recent battles to fill Antonin Scalia's seat.
- Petri: Richard Nixon having second thoughts about resigning The Daily Herald
Not only is he kicking himself for quitting, Nixon says he shouldn't have stopped at taking that dog.
- How 'Get it out of the ocean' stoked a rivalry -- and L.A.'s T-shirt business ESPN
LOS ANGELES -- The BreakingT Slack channel is usually quiet on Sundays, even during baseball season. But that changed on June 9. Its director of marketing, ...
- The Paternity Reveal The New Yorker
Margaret Talbot on the developments in science that have changed fatherhood from a matter of faith to a matter of fact.
- 5 Lessons From Microsoft’s Antitrust Woes, by People Who Lived It The New York Times
The nation's antitrust enforcers and Congress are stepping up their scrutiny of the tech giants. Disruptive investigations, federal lawsuits and new rules could ...
- 3 Worrying Weaknesses in Canopy Growth's (USA) Latest Earnings The Motley Fool Canada
The king of cannabis Canopy Growth (TSX:WEED)(NYSE:CGC) released its fiscal 2019 earnings and fourth-quarter results for the period ended March 31 on ...
- Iowa Breaks Record for New Business Filings for Second Month in a Row Caffeinated Thoughts
DES MOINES, Iowa – Secretary of State Paul Pate announced on Monday that Iowans set a record for most new business filings in a single month, for the ...
- Your Illinois News Radar » *** UPDATED x1 *** Shuttle diplomacy by leaders to try to avoid overtime The Capitol Fax Blog
Lots of motion between top leaders at this late hour. @GovPritzker is trying to land the, uh… land the tuna. He's meeting House Republican Leader Jim Durkin to ...
- The Rise and Fall of Babe.Net and The Aziz Ansari Story The Cut
The Aziz Ansari controversy was just the beginning of the trouble for the website.
- The struggling economy presents the new PM with an electoral teaser The Guardian
The new prime minister could hardly have chosen a worse moment to enter Downing Street. Growth had stalled, there was serious trouble in the Middle East, the ...
- Texas House passes tax break for yacht buyers, despite second thoughts Houston Chronicle
Lawmakers voted to kill the sales tax break on yacht purchases, but hours later it revived it. Now the bill is going to Gov. Greg Abbott.
- Dad spirals out of control, jumps on hood, kicks in windshield after girl hit with football Rochester Democrat and Chronicle
Criminal mischief: On June 18, the suspect got upset when the victim accidentally hit the suspect's daughter with a football. The suspect got angry and went to ...
- Looking For Your Next Summer Read? Georgia's Independent Bookstores Have You Covered Georgia Public Broadcasting
The official start of summer is just around the corner. Whether you are headed to the lake or the beach, it's the perfect time to pick up your next.
- This waitress was tipped R18,000 – here’s how much people typically pay in South Africa BusinessTech
A waitress at Fourways-based restaurant, Beerhouse, recently received an R18,000 tip for her 'amazing *service*'. According to the restaurant's owner, Randolf ...
- Today: Syria, on Second Thought ... Los Angeles Times
After President Trump upended America's policy on Syria, his national security advisor says certain conditions must be met before U.S. troops are pulled.
- US-Iran: Trump announces 'major' sanctions amid tensions BBC News
The US will impose "major" additional sanctions on Iran in a bid to prevent the country obtaining nuclear weapons, President Donald Trump says. He said ...
- "On Second Thought" For Wednesday, April 17, 2019 | Georgia Public Broadcasting Georgia Public Broadcasting
As peak tornado season bears down on the Southeast, On Second Thought is looking at who gets aid after disasters. A recent NPR investigation found that.
- Some NWHL Players Having Second Thoughts About Boycott SportsBusiness Daily
Boston Pride D Mallory Souliotis said she now realizes she made a mistake in joining the boycott Photo: MALLORY SOULIOTIS NWHL team execs have been ...
- Explainer | Reduced contribution towards ESIC to reduce costs for companies, increase take-home salaries for employees Moneycontrol
The Central Government recently reduced the contribution under the Employee's State Insurance(ESI) Act to 4 per cent from 6.5 per cent. This revision is ...
- One Excellent Danish Company Aspires To Change The World CleanTechnica
June 2nd, 2019 by Jesper Berggreen. In 2002, I needed a change to my working environment as my body was withering away from endless hours at the ...
- On second thought, Tesla says it will raise an extra $400 million CNN
A day after Tesla said it would raise $2.3 billion in stock and debt, the company said Friday it had decided to raise an extra $400 million.
- Having second thoughts about what you knew might just be the start of something powerful Des Moines Register
Having second thoughts can complicate life, but can also change the world. The next Storytellers Project hears how six community members handled theirs.
- Mistah F.A.B. explains Dame 'ran Town business' on Bagley NBCSports.com
Mistah F.A.B. knows a little something about the rap-battle game, and he explains why Trail Blazers Damian Lillard is so great at it -- as Kings youngster Marvin ...
- "On Second Thought" For Monday, March 4, 2019 | Georgia Public Broadcasting Georgia Public Broadcasting
A tornado whipped through Southeast Alabama Sunday evening along the Georgia border, causing injuries and property damage through both states. Gov.
- Bolton Defends Trump's Canceled Iran Strike: Don't Mistake Prudence For Weakness Georgia Public Broadcasting
U.S. National Security Advisor John Bolton on Sunday defended President Trump's move to order, then cancel a strike on Iran. "Neither Iran nor.
- "On Second Thought" For Monday, April 29, 2019 | Georgia Public Broadcasting Georgia Public Broadcasting
Understanding what southern ladies really mean has nothing to do with accents. That's what author Helen Ellis wants people who aren't from the South to.
- 'He hurt people': West Virginia's long-faithful Catholics grapple with news of bishop's misconduct Charleston Gazette-Mail
MARTINSBURG — Nancy Ostrowski knows this state. And she thought she knew her bishop.
- From juvenile delinquent to Juris Doctor: Camden woman keeps her promise to the judge who gave her a break 12 The Philadelphia Inquirer
When a Family Court judge gave her a second chance after a brush with the law, Carmen Day promised to return to his courtroom one day — as a lawyer.
- On Second Thought: The fake news about fake news The Boston Globe
In 2017, a group of computer researchers from the United States and China published a study that sought to explain how “low-quality information” — now ...
- "On Second Thought" For Friday, April 19, 2019 | Georgia Public Broadcasting Georgia Public Broadcasting
Casimir Pulaski was born in Poland in 1745. After proving his military mastery in independence struggles across Europe, Pulaski moved to Boston in 1777. He.
- Tracing American Honda's Roots With an Integra Type R RoadandTrack.com
An 8400-RPM chase of the American story of the big H.
- Bob Woodward Sits Down with David Axelrod on Today's Episode of The Axe Files Business Wire
The Axe Files with David Axelrod has recently featured guests including Cory Booker, Kevin McCarthy, Valerie Jarrett, Aaron Sorkin, Bryan Cranston and many ...
- On Second Thought: Supplementing Expert Reports | Daily Business Review Law.com
Many cases are won or lost on expert opinions. Expert retention is a subtle art often representing one of the more significant and challenging investments a party ...
- Gov. Evers vetoes 4 abortion bills WMTV
Wisconsin's Democratic Gov. Tony Evers has vetoed four abortion bills passed by the Republican-controlled Legislature.
- "On Second Thought" For Tuesday, April 23, 2019 | Georgia Public Broadcasting Georgia Public Broadcasting
From the mountains to the coast to the forest, Georgia is a beautiful place for spending time outdoors. GPB journalists are celebrating that splendor with.
- On Second Thought: Researchers tried using ketamine to treat bipolar. But they made a huge blunder The Boston Globe
In 2015, a group of researchers from the United States published a study looking at the potential of the drug ketamine to treat people with bipolar disorder.
- On a day of salary dumps, is the PK Subban trade a sign David Poile has lost his touch? The Hockey News
The Predators shipped Subban to the Devils for a part-time NHLer, minor-league prospect and two second-round picks. That's a modest return, at best, and is ...
- "On Second Thought" For Wednesday, March 20, 2019 | Georgia Public Broadcasting Georgia Public Broadcasting
State officials say more than 100000 *service* members from Georgia were deployed to Iraq and Afghanistan between 2001 and 2012. Nationally, about 20.
- On Second Thought For Wednesday, March 27, 2019 | Georgia Public Broadcasting Georgia Public Broadcasting
Today's show featured interviews with a Georgia film critic and two photographers discussing a new exhibit at the High Museum of Art in Atlanta. Jackie K.
- "On Second Thought" For Wednesday, March 6, 2019 | Georgia Public Broadcasting Georgia Public Broadcasting
Women's educational opportunities in the 19th Century were few and far between. Finishing schools focused on women's socialization and skills like art,
- "On Second Thought" For Thursday, April 4, 2019 | Georgia Public Broadcasting Georgia Public Broadcasting
By 2050, the world's population is expected to reach 9.8 billion people. According to a report by the United Nations, nearly 70% of them are projected to.
- 'On Second Thought' For Wednesday, Feb. 6, 2019 | Georgia Public Broadcasting Georgia Public Broadcasting
Today's show highlighted the Atlanta Jewish Film Festival, the upcoming Savannah Book Festival and the importance of foreign language education for Georgia.
- Deal-maker or deal-breaker: The man in your life The New Times
One of the most important career decisions you will ever take in your life has nothing to do with your career at all. Or so it seems... Choosing your life partner has ...
- "On Second Thought" For Thursday, May 2, 2019 | Georgia Public Broadcasting Georgia Public Broadcasting
Over his 19-year career with the Navy SEALs, Special Operations Chief Edward "Eddie" Gallagher earned high honors for valor and leadership as a medic,
- "On Second Thought" For Friday, March 15, 2019 | Georgia Public Broadcasting Georgia Public Broadcasting
We're in the final weeks of the 2019 legislative session, and lawmakers are not going out quietly. They're debating changes to Georgia's abortion laws.
- On Second Thought For Thursday, May 9, 2019 | Georgia Public Broadcasting Georgia Public Broadcasting
Growing up in Atlanta in the 1970s, Jonathan Weisman didn't think much about anti-Semitism. In fact, he didn't think much about being Jewish until 2016.
- 'On Second Thought' For Friday, March 8, 2019 | Georgia Public Broadcasting Georgia Public Broadcasting
On today's show, GPB reporters recapped events from crossover day at the Capitol, "Macon Conversations" addressed issues of identity, and the Dining for.
- How This Founder Turned A Text Blunder Into A Successful Business Forbes
It's easy to have a love/hate relationship with tech when the convenience of expressing your thoughts is right at your fingertips. After Maci Peterson regretted ...
- On Second Thought For Tuesday, May 14, 2019 | Georgia Public Broadcasting Georgia Public Broadcasting
A number of curious laws are still on the books in Georgia. We cribbed a few from idiotlaws.com , if that tells you anything. But as obscure – and.
- On Second Thought For Tuesday, April 2, 2019 | Georgia Public Broadcasting Georgia Public Broadcasting
Today's show featured conversations on racial discrimination in Airbnb bookings and a new book focusing on the strength and spirit of boyhood. The NAACP is.
- "On Second Thought" For Tuesday, March 5, 2019 | Georgia Public Broadcasting Georgia Public Broadcasting
Last week, the governing body of the United Methodist Church voted to uphold a ban on same-sex marriage and openly gay clergy. The “Traditional Plan” won.
- "On Second Thought" For Monday, April 8, 2019 | Georgia Public Broadcasting Georgia Public Broadcasting
The Patients First Act is now Georgia law. It allows Gov. Brian Kemp's office to request a Medicaid waiver from the federal government. Both proponents and.
- On second thought, shutdown Politico
PROGRAMMING NOTE: Morning Tax will not publish from Dec. 24-Jan 1. The Morning Tax newsletter will resume publishing on Jan. 2. Editor's Note: This ...
- The Land Where the Internet Ends The New York Times
To find real solitude, you have to go out of range. But every year that's harder to do, as America's off-the-grid places disappear.
- Is Luminary, the latest "Netflix for podcasts," worth it? Fast Company
What is a fair price for ridding oneself of podcast ads? Luminary CEO Matt Sacks is betting it's $7.99 a month. At least that's how much his just-launched podcast ...
- "On Second Thought" For Friday, Feb. 22, 2019 | Georgia Public Broadcasting Georgia Public Broadcasting
This week in Georgia politics was all about the state's voting system . Rep. Barry Fleming (R-Harlem) filed a bill that proposed changing the voting.
- On Second Thought For Monday, May 6, 2019 | Georgia Public Broadcasting Georgia Public Broadcasting
Hate incidents are on the rise in American schools, according to a new report from the Teaching Tolerance project at the Southern Poverty Law Center.
- Entrepreneur on a mission to safeguard environment Business Daily
When she was announced the winner in the Total Startupper Challenge in March this year, Rose Moses felt she was finally on top of the world.
- "On Second Thought" For Tuesday, Feb. 26, 2019 | Georgia Public Broadcasting Georgia Public Broadcasting
Southern accents are inexplicably linked to a sense of culture, identity and community. They can also summon stereotypes about intelligence and education,
- "On Second Thought" For Tuesday, March 12, 2019 | Georgia Public Broadcasting Georgia Public Broadcasting
Daylight saving time is behind us, and spring is just around the corner. To celebrate, "On Second Thought" is reflecting on a Southern icon: The Quercus.
- On Second Thought, Matt Kuchar Will Give His Caddie a Lot More Money The New York Times
The caddie, David Giral Ortiz, initially received $5000 when Kuchar won $1.296 million at the Mayakoba Classic in November. A typical caddie fee would have ...
- Health care in Ireland leaves much to be desired The Economist
One more reason why Northern Ireland might not want to unite with the Republic.
- "On Second Thought" For Monday, March 18, 2019 | Georgia Public Broadcasting Georgia Public Broadcasting
It's hard enough to eat well and stay in shape, but, in several parts of Georgia, residents don't even have access to nutritious foods. The Georgia Farmers.
- "On Second Thought" For Monday, March 25, 2019 | Georgia Public Broadcasting Georgia Public Broadcasting
More than a half a million Americans are homeless. In metro Atlanta, more than 3000 people live on the streets, in shelters and in cars. A new traveling.
- 'On Second Thought' For Tuesday, March 19, 2019 | Georgia Public Broadcasting Georgia Public Broadcasting
It takes about a decade to grow a productive pecan tree, but only a matter of minutes to take one down. Five months after the storm, a University of Georgia ...
- "On Second Thought" For Wednesday, May 1, 2019 | Georgia Public Broadcasting Georgia Public Broadcasting
Upon first listen, you may not realize that the dreamy indie-pop music of Philadelphia-based Japanese Breakfast was inspired by grief. Michelle Zauner, the.
- On Second Thought, You Should Maybe Talk Less In Meetings Fast Company
The conventional wisdom is clear and–on its face–totally sensible: If you're trying to make a name for yourself in your company, you need to contribute during ...
- On Second Thought For Monday, May 20, 2019 | Georgia Public Broadcasting Georgia Public Broadcasting
May is Mental Health Awareness Month. College students today increasingly report being affected by depression and anxiety. Barry Schreier, director of the.
- "On Second Thought" For Friday, March 22, 2019 | Georgia Public Broadcasting Georgia Public Broadcasting
Lawmakers have only six legislative days left to debate and pass bills that could change policies all over the state. This week brought continued.
- "On Second Thought" For Wednesday, Feb. 27, 2019 | Georgia Public Broadcasting Georgia Public Broadcasting
Hip-hop has evolved from the streets of New York in the '70s to become the most popular music genre today, but it hasn't always been "evolved" in.
- 'On Second Thought' For Tuesday, March 26, 2019 | Georgia Public Broadcasting Georgia Public Broadcasting
Today's show featured conversations on parental incarceration and the Ocmulgee National Monument in Macon, along with a new entry in our "Main Ingredient"
- On Second Thought For Monday, May 13, 2019 | Georgia Public Broadcasting Georgia Public Broadcasting
Sunday was Gov. Brian Kemp's last day to sign or veto legislation. GPB politics reporter Stephen Fowler joined On Second Thought to explain which bills are.
- On Second Thought: Cancer researcher facing potential criminal charges for research misconduct The Boston Globe
Cancer researcher Alfredo Fusco has been facing potential criminal charges in Italy for research misconduct for more than five years, including accusations that ...
- "On Second Thought" For Wednesday, April 3, 2019 | Georgia Public Broadcasting Georgia Public Broadcasting
Sine Die is over and so is the 2019 session of the Georgia General Assembly. Lawmakers considered almost a hundred bills over a period of 14 hours on.
- After several stumbles, Luminary swears it wants to do right by podcasters Fast Company
Luminary is working out some kinks after its launch on April 23rd. The podcast platform that aspires to be as synonymous with podcasting as Netflix is with TV ...
- On Second Thought For Wednesday, May 8, 2019 | Georgia Public Broadcasting Georgia Public Broadcasting
Gnats don't read maps, but the bugs do seem hesitant to cross an unseen, geographic boundary in Georgia. Learn about the disparities north and south of the.
- On second thought: A man of many talents — with a spotty scientific record The Boston Globe
Richard M. Fleming may be a man of many talents, but his record as a scientist has been spotty. Fleming, who bills himself on Twitter as “PhD, MD, JD AND ...
- "On Second Thought" For Friday, April 26, 2019 | Georgia Public Broadcasting Georgia Public Broadcasting
An estimated one million people thronged to Atlanta for the 2019 Super Bowl. When the opposing teams and visiting fans returned home, a series of murals.
- John Prine On Music, Cancer And Why He Never Expected To Be A Recording Artist Georgia Public Broadcasting
DAVID BIANCULLI, HOST: This is *FRESH* AIR. I'm David Bianculli, editor of the website TV Worth Watching, sitting in for Terry Gross. Today's guest is songwriter ...
- On Second Thought For Friday, March 29, 2019 | Georgia Public Broadcasting Georgia Public Broadcasting
Today's show featured conversations on disaster relief for Georgia communities, a new release from the Atlanta Symphony Orchestra and a recap of bills.
- The new $100 million podcast startup Luminary has been getting blasted by top podcasters — here's what's going on Business Insider
Luminary is a startup that raised $100 million in funding to create what it describes as "Netflix for podcasts." The company offers a *service* which has a free tier ...
- On Second Thought: US Adults Reflect on Their Education Decisions Gallup
Based on daily interviews of approximately 350 U.S. adults, with more than 122,500 annually, the report illustrates the extent to which education consumers in ...