Andrew Rossow

Andrew Rossow is a Managing Editor at Grit Daily. He is a millennial attorney, law professor, entrepreneur, writer, and speaker on privacy, cybersecurity, A.I., AR/VR, blockchain, and digital monies. He has written for many outlets, most notably Forbes and HuffPost, and contributed to many cybersecurity and technology publications. Utilizing his millennial background to its fullest potential, Rossow provides a well-rounded perspective on social media crime, technology and privacy implications, as well as news in the entertainment space.

Hello Jerry! Viacom Acquires Exclusive Cable Rights to Seinfeld

Hello Newman! Days after Netflix landed the global streaming rights to Seinfeld, currently available on Hulu, the NBC sitcom found its new home with Viacom. Viacom announced its acquisition of Seinfeld from Sony Pictures Television, in a deal that features the exclusive cable rights for all 180 episodes of the iconic sitcom series. Beginning in October 2021, the entire library of Seinfeld episodes will air amongst Viacom’s entertainment brands, including Comedy Central, Paramount Network, and...

UNO Introduces First Official Braille Deck

On Monday, UNO®, the number one card game globally* by Mattel (NASDAQ: MAT), announced the debut of UNO Braille, the first official UNO card deck featuring braille. The new game will make game play widely accessible for the more than 7 million blind and low-vision Americans in the U.S. Designed in partnership with the National Federation of the Blind, the oldest and largest organization of blind people in the United States, UNO Braille features braille on the corner of each playing card to...

Are Bloody Mary’s a Thing of the Past? Make Way for Barbecue-Flavored Vodka

Perhaps it’s time for bloody mary’s to step aside, at least in Kansas. This week, Kansas City just introduced the ultimate flavored vodka to honor its Kansas City roots—360 Vodka just announced the release of its spicy and sweet, tangy and true, 360 KC Barbecue Flavored Vodka, as described on its website. Kansas City Barbecue has a heritage that dates back to the early 1900’s, when the “Father of Kansas City Barbecue,” Henry Perry first sold slow-smoked meats wrapped in newspaper...

Beep No More: Japan Ends Pager Services Once and For All

For you millennials, remember the episode of Friends, “The One With the Ick Factor,” where Ross got a beeper so his ex-wife Carol could page him when she goes into labor? Before smartphones became an everyday luxury for professionals and young adults across the world, beepers were the most tech-reliable way to contact someone while on the go. Half a century after their debut, Japan’s pager services will finally cease to exist on Tuesday, bringing an end to the pager-era. Tokyo Telemessage...

Whataburger: Burgers, They’re What’s For Breakfast

On Monday afternoon, the San-Antonio-based burger chain and fan-favorite, Whataburger, introduced a new breakfast cheeseburger with bacon, egg, and hash browns. In the late-afternoon announcement, Whataburger sprung the news on patrons that its newest burger would go on sale at 11 p.m., featuring bacon, egg, cheese, and hashbrowns on a Whataburger Jr. with creamy pepper sauce. If you are a fan of Whataburger, try it while you can, because this burger is another of those “available only...

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