Not all emails are what they seem. Many messages come with embedded code designed to tell the sender when (and even where) you open them up. It's a trick often used by marketing companies to work out if you're actually paying any attention to them, but there are ways of spotting this kind of email tracking.
Tesla should be used to getting called out by other automakers by now-not that it doesn't dish out its fair share of industry trash talk from time to time. Now it's Diarmuid O'Connell, a business development executive, who basically called out the entire field of electric vehicle competition for being boring, claiming automakers are âprobably really not even trying.â
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Every election cycle, as candidates traverse the country with messages carefully tailored for every possible cross-section of the population, there's at least one voting bloc that's consistently ignored: people with disabilities. It's a puzzling oversight, given that by some measures, more than one in five Americans has a disability, a number that will only continue to grow as the baby boomers age.
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