“There's really no help on the Army’s end,” said Menezes, 31. ’ ” Then Menezes found the Warrior-Scholar Project, a nonprofit mentorship program for enlisted veterans looking to enroll in college for the first time.He took part in a week-long “boot camp” at Yale in 2013, and he’s now studying neuroscience at Dartmouth, planning to head to medical school for a second stint in the Army as a physician.They want to know the company is interested in striking a more advertiser-friendly balance between a pure user experience and the goals of advertisers.That’s especially important now, as yesterday Facebook had to warn investors that its ad business is in jeopardy as more users access via mobile where it doesn’t show nearly as many ads.Below you will find info on how to join the CTE to get your hands on early Battlefield 1 content.What is the Battlefield 1 Community Test Environment?The official statement from Facebook on this is: I doubt Facebook is going to see positive reactions to Highlight, but if it did it could turn into an unpredicted revenue stream.
The aforementioned “weekend goals” tweet was originally posted at 11 a.m. You can see a screencap of the original tweet below, along with the GIF. 28, at 3 p.m., the Battlefield account marked the end of the week by asking its followers, “Your squad got big plans for the weekend?EA has also deleted that tweet, although it didn’t seem to cause much concern at the time.World War I, which lasted from 1914 to 1918, involved about two dozen nations; estimates put the casualty totals at more than 37 million soldiers and over 7 million civilians, including more than 8.5 million military personnel killed in action.A tiny percentage of the user base is now seeing tests of a paid version of Highlight, but there’s also a free one designed to check if users are at all interested in the option.Highlight could show Facebook’s willingness to try more aggressive ways of making money, which should delight potential investors. The service has always been free for users, and a pay-for-popularity feature could be a huge turn off, especially to its younger and less financially equipped users who couldn’t afford such narcissism.