IPhone users across the country have reported receiving the calendar invites for deals and sales on everything from Michael Kors handbags to Ray Ban sunglasses to NFL jerseys. The invites come from users like “rddvpt” or “ncsxog” and occasionally include Chinese characters, suggesting the spam invitations are originating from China.The number of invites appears to have increased in the week prior to Thanksgiving and Black Friday, prompting many Mac focused publications to offer advice and workarounds to avoid the newest form of spam.According to CNET, there is no official solution yet the invites cannot be marked as spam, and allowed calendar invites cannot be limited to people in the user’s contacts list. And unfortunately, declining the invite will signal to the spammer that your email is in active use.There are workarounds, but they are inelegant and can also affect the invites from legitimate friends and family.In theory, having the spam calendar invite sent to email will push it into the spam folder, because email has a better spam filter.
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Leap ahead a year and what was an alluring, unusual bit of apparel on a hipster chic waitress is all over the men’s floor of Bloomingdales, the perpetually battered racks at J. Crew and the perpetually tensed torso of in “Quantum of Solace.” The shawl neck is surely the sweater of the year, unsurprising as its floppy, foldable collar is one of the few dignified variants on the reigning king of gent’s knitwear, the cardigan (sorry, varsity stripes and chenille letters, you don’t so much imply sophistication as Dobie Gillis). I’m convinced that the sudden yen for the shawl neck is a small part of the larger ’60s prepster sartorial zeitgeist (think “Mad Men,” “Revolutionary Road,” , JFK, Ray Ban Wayfarers and Vampire Weekend)..
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“Initially, I would not have expected us to come this far. I knew we had tons of potential and the girls were very competitive,” he said. “I just thought it would take longer for them to develop, but I found out they were hungry and did not back down all year.