Fox News brought back the “Checkmating” tagline to its online video and audio programming last year.
The catchphrase, which is also used by CNN and MSNBC, was introduced by Bill O’Reilly as part of his “Checkmate” campaign to help boost ratings.
Fox News also introduced the phrase in 2016 with “Check” in the title, which was followed by the slogan “Check, Check, Checkmate.”
In the 2017-2018 season, “Check Mated” was introduced on the network’s website as well.
Checkmated has since been removed from the network.
Posted May 08, 2018 06:01:52 The Chrome desktop has long been a place where a variety of creative activities can be accomplished.
With the launch of the new Chrome for desktop update, the web browser will now offer a variety to web designers and other creative types to collaborate with.
In this post, we’re going to dive deep into how to get started with HTML5 and HTML5+ to make a desktop that’s both more powerful and more fun for both you and your team.
If you’re looking to make HTML5 the default browser for your team, check out our guide.
We’re also going to walk through a simple example of what’s possible with HTML in a browser, to help you understand what the technology is capable of and how to use it to your advantage.
This post has been updated to reflect a Google+ post that shows the same example as well as an updated version of the article.
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