Justin Heintz

Hi there! Justin is currently 23 years old and was raised in the San Francisco Bay Area and is the Digital Media Director for 88.7 The Pulse.

‘Let It Go’ Parody to Kick Off Movember

November marks Movember, the month-long movement in which men grow mustaches to raise awareness about men’s health. Cue the wave of web spoofs about mustachioed men! The clever lyrics for this video “Let It Grow,” uploaded by YouTube user Richard Annett, are a parody of Idina Menzel’s rendition of “Let It Go” from the hit movie Frozen.    Will you be participating …

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Oklahoma teacher suspended over accusations of piling students into car, trunk for errand

CATOOSA, Okla. – A Green Country teacher’s job is on the line after allegations of wrongdoing. Heather Cagle, who teaches math and yearbook at Catoosa’s Wells Middle School, is accused of loading nearly a dozen students into her Honda Accord to run an errand.  Two of those students are alleged to have ridden in the trunk. A police report was …

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Play Over 900 Free Classic Arcade Games Using a Web Browser

The Internet Archive, a non-profit home to collections of movies, books, and TV shows, has just launched a new branch it has dubbed the The Internet Arcade. It is here you will be able to play over 900 wonderful arcade classics that are mostly out of circulation and impossible to play otherwise. All of these can be simply loaded into your browser of …

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Taylor Swift Breaks up with Spotify – Pulls Albums from the Streaming Service

Taylor Swift pulled all of her albums from Spotify on Monday, after previously refusing to let her latest, 1989, hit the music-streaming site. Spotfiy is openly trying to win back Swift.  “We love Taylor Swift, and our more than 40 million users love her even more,” the company said in a statement. “We hope she’ll change her mind and join us …

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Taylor Swift Announces ‘1989’ World Tour Dates

Taylor Swift announced the dates for her “1989” world tour, which will launch on May 20, 2015, in Bossier City, Louisiana. She’ll hit five countries and end with a Halloween show in Tampa, Florida. Vance Joy, an Australian singer known for his hit single “Riptide,” will open for Swift during the North American dates. Swift announced the news on “Good Morning America” on …

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U.S. Court Says Phone Passcodes are Protected Under the Law

Criminals should protect their iPhones with a passcode, not Touch ID, as a Virginia District Court has determined that passcodes are protected under the Fifth Amendment of the United States Constitution while fingerprints are not, according to a report Friday by Hampton Roads. The Fifth Amendment protects citizens from self-incrimination so a phone is protected under the law because otherwise it …

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The FTC Sues AT&T Over “Misleading” Unlimited Data Throttling

The Federal Trade Commission (FTC) of the United States today filed a federal court complaint against AT&T, accusing the carrier of misleading its smartphone customers by charging them for unlimited data while reducing their data speeds by up to 90 percent. According to the FTC, AT&T did not adequately explain to customers with unlimited data plans that they would be …

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Tickets on Sale for EVIT Foundation Gourmet Breakfast

The EVIT Foundation is inviting businesses and community leaders to enjoy a gourmet breakfast and support scholarships for deserving students at the East Valley Institute of Technology. The foundation’s annual Gourmet Breakfast Fundraiser, from 7-9 a.m., Nov. 5 in the EVIT Culinary Banquet Hall, 1601 W. Main St., Mesa, helps low-income students pay EVIT program fees. While EVIT is tuition-free …

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Facebook Announces ‘Safety Check’ tool for disasters

Facebook Inc. is launching a tool that lets users notify friends and family that they are safe during or after natural disasters. The tool, called “Safety Check,” will be available worldwide to the social network’s 1.32 billion users on computers and mobile devices. This includes the basic “feature” phones many people still use to access Facebook, especially in developing countries. …

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