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Climate change pushes pine defoliating moth north 50 years ahead of previous predictions – ScienceDaily

In Finland, climate change causes the pine pest panolis flamea, or pine moth, to move its range north 50 years ahead of predictions. Changes in the distribution and population size of pine moths are linked to higher temperatures, according to a new study from the University of Eastern Finland. The findings were reported in Scandinavian Journal of Forest Research. “This ...

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Listen Now: Our “Potcast” Returns, Crypto for Your 401(k) and Tornado Season | Podcasts

Terry Lipshetz – Universal Arizona Daily Star’s Eddie Celaya Returns With His Bi-Weekly “Potcast” Here Weed Go! after its launch on 04/20. Although the program is based in Tucson, the show addresses national issues. This episode features Samuel Richard of the Arizona Dispensary Association, who talks about the success of marijuana initiatives as well as the pot economy. Also on ...

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Policy must address the drivers, not just the symptoms, of subsidence

Southeast Asia’s most productive agricultural region and home to 17 million people could be mostly underwater in a lifetime. According to an international team of researchers, saving the Mekong Delta requires urgent and concerted action between countries in the region to reduce the impact of upstream dams and better manage water and sediment in the delta. Their comment, published on ...

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Reviews | The White House treats the public like morons. Again.

Watson’s denial of an intent to kill Russian generals—so far 12 have been smoked—sounds like she wants you to believe the dead are what? Accidental? Accessory? Just bad luck? Of course, the United States provides intelligence to kill the best Russian officers. Aren’t you supposed to cut off the poisonous snake’s head when it crawls into your sleeping bag, whether ...

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Asian American Pacific Islander Heritage Month: Read, Watch, Listen 2022

Lists of favorite books, movies, podcasts, and bands can serve as avatars of identity and the glue that binds a friendship together. Sharing the stories that move us, inspire us, educate us, make us laugh, cry and make us angry helps us empathize, understand and connect with others in the community. As part of Asian American Pacific Islander Heritage Month, ...

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Listen now: Racism and public health, social media misinformation, ‘Ozark’ is back, and so is allergy season | Podcasts

The Lee Enterprises newsroom podcasters had a busy week with lots of great new episodes. The first we examine asks a question: is racism a threat to public health? It’s a topic Pulitzer Prize-winning columnist Michael Paul Williams and Kelli Lemon tackle with fellow Richmond Times-Dispatch Sabrina Moreno, who joins them on After the Monuments to share insights from her ...

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Reviews | Biden’s Hopeless Disinformation Police

The press highlighted the DHS board’s goal of challenging Russian-crafted misinformation as well as general misinformation (undeclared perpetrators) that had misled immigrants from Haiti and other places where the southern border of the United States was open. Republicans like Sen. Josh Haley of Missouri and conservative media like the washington time collapsed at the announcement, dusting off their Orwells and ...

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The Terrible Podcast – Talking Steelers re-signature of Edmunds, recap of Monday’s pre-draft press, our latest mock drafts, emails from listeners and more

Season 12, Episode 119 of The Terrible Podcast is now in the box. On this Tuesday morning show, Alex Kozora and I talk about the latest Pittsburgh Steelers news, and there’s quite a bit thanks to a few recent developments. We start by talking about the Steelers safety re-signing Terrell Edmunds to a one-year, $2.5 million deal and what impact, ...

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Reviews | Kevin McCarthy will live to lie again

It would be nice if getting caught lying dramatically on tape could disqualify a politician from public life, or if, as McCarthy did, swinging from supporting Trump to criticizing Trump to sucking him up again would exile him from the halls of the able. But that’s not the case either. As long as McCarthy runs a proper ramp to appease ...

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@HPCpodcast: HPC Storage Rock Star Gary Grider explains how we got here and where we’re going

http://orionx.net/wp-content/uploads/2022/04/[email protected]_Storage-with-Gary-Grider_20220420.mp3 Shahin and I are in violent agreement: if you’re interested in high-performance storage, if you’re interested in a major milestone in the development of HPC storage technology over the past 30 years, if you want to take a look at future advancements in HPC storage technology, then this is an @HPCpodcast episode for you. Our special guest is Gary ...

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UCLA commemorates the Armenian Genocide with a week of talks and performances

Sunday April 24 marks the annual commemoration of the Armenian Genocide, the systematic murder of 1.5 million Armenians by the forces of the Ottoman Empire between 1915 and 1923. In tribute, the Promise Armenian Institute at UCLA and its partners are sponsoring a series of virtual and in-person talks and performances over the next few days to acknowledge and explore ...

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4CORNERS PRODUCTIONS LAUNCHES NEW “NEXT PAGE” PODCAST HOSTED BY LAURA PATRICK AND TODD ADAMSON

Next Page has a wide range of guests on the show, including actors, writers, therapists, musicians, scientists, politicians, Broadway performers, and more. Next season front page (partial guest list): dr. Jen Armstrong – Current actor of The Real Housewives of Orange County from Bravo Scott Evan Davis – TikTok Celebrity with more 500K disciples, award-winning composer Omar Torres – Licensed ...

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Leslie Grace talks about working with veterans, Batgirl 2

Picture: Bruno Redondo/DC Comics the Coming bat girl film should be a big deal when it hits HBO Max in the near future. Not just in the sense that this is Barbara Gordon’s first film outing since batman and robin since 1997, but also for bring back Michael Keaton as Caped Crusader. Of course, we’ve known for a while that ...

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Spotify’s latest acquisitions expand its podcast analysis and attribution capabilities – here’s how the tech works

Spotify has once again taken a bite out of the podcast pie. In February, Spotify bought two attribution and analytics companies – Podsights and Chartable – the latest in a series of acquisitions that have made it a dominant player in podcasting. First the content: In recent years, Spotify has signed exclusive deals with Michelle Obama, Joe Rogan and call ...

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4 UCLA Health physicians elected to Association of American Physicians

Four UCLA physicians have been elected to the Association of American Physicians, an honor bestowed upon no more than 70 physicians per year. UCLA’s 2022 recipients are neurologist Timothy Cloughesy, infectious disease specialist Judith Currier, primary care physician Carol Mangione and cardiologist Kalyam Shivkumar. Their election brings the membership of the UCLA AAP and the UCLA David School of Medicine ...

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Liberals on The Kashmir Files, assault on Dutch journalists, RSS feed issues

I am writing to you in response to a mail from a subscriber who said he/she was fed up with certain liberal elites. I have similar feelings. I would say I’m angrier with liberals than this subscriber. Take for example The Kashmir Files question, I watched the movie and I didn’t feel that it demonized Muslims. I feel outnumbered in ...

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Pieces of Alaskan History Part Two

Millett Keller on Mount Marathon, photo courtesy of Lisa Keller. Article by Millett Scissorhands Keller, courtesy of Lisa Keller. Millett Keller, far left, looking at perfect trails in the Cariboo Mountains, photo courtesy of Lisa Keller. This is the second of two interviews with Millett Keller, Lisa’s father. Pat and Millet Keller came to Anchorage in ...

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The Lego Star Wars The Skywalker Saga Opening Trailer Is Awesome

A thousand generations live, indeed.GIF: TT Games/Warner Bros/Lucasfilm We have nine main lines star wars movies to watch whenever we want at this point, and even further beyond– but there is always something oddly captivating about the power of a good star wars trailer. We remember times like the force awakens‘”Chewie, we’re home,” or the infamous phantom menace teasing. It ...

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Horror Monsters Versus Pregnant Women Home Shorts

In an isolated, 19th century Irish home for single mothers, the cold wind howls so wildly at night that it looks like something sinister lurks in the surrounding forest. Like a very young pregnant woman (Alex Essoe de Mike Flanaganit’s Midnight Mass) discovers—”sinister” doesn’t even begin to cover it. L. Gustavo Cooper’s horror short is just under six minutes long, ...

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How to Use Microsoft Outlook as RSS Feed Reader 2022 Tip

This tutorial is about using Microsoft Outlook as an RSS feed reader. We will do our best for you to understand this guide. I hope you will like this blog How to Use Microsoft Outlook as an RSS Feed Reader. If your answer is yes, please share after reading this. Check how to use Microsoft Outlook as an RSS feed ...

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Reviews | What Mick Mulvaney has in common with Tim Russert and Chris Matthews

One-sided food fights like this erupt every time a news organization steps out of the ranks of professional journalists to hire a politician or political operative to spice up its coverage, according to a news pundit Michael Socolow and others have recorded. Although reporters hire both Republicans and Democrats, there has recently been a demonstrable addition of MAGA voices to ...

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Game of Thrones Prequel House of the Dragon Sets Release Date

Picture: HBO Max It’s been a few years since we last left Westeros in…well, that was certainly a state. But as we’ve waited to return to the fantastical world of George RR Martin and go back even further into his past with the Targaryen-focused prequel series Dragon Housewe now know that we don’t have much time to wait for this ...

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Who is behind this site? A checklist.

By Priyanjana Bengani (@acookiecrumbles) and Jon Keegan (@jonkeegan) IRE NICAR Conference – March 4, 2022 Slides: English | Russian The towing center would like to thank Dr Svetlana Borodina and the Harriman Institute for translating this presentation into Russian. What is that? This checklist is intended to be used as a reporting tool to help journalists and researchers when trying ...

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The Terrible Podcast – Talking Steelers QB Pro Day Tour, Bryan Mock Draft, JuJu Recent Comments, Listener Questions and more

Season 12, Episode 107 of The Terrible Podcast is now in the box. On this Friday morning show, Alex Kozora and I talk about the latest news from the Pittsburgh Steelers and that includes the continuing pro day tour to see the best quarterbacks in this year’s draft class. We talk about who has been spotted with head coach Mike ...

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Daily practices for police officers to improve their leadership skills

Download this week’s episode at Apple podcast, Amazon Music, embroiderer, Spotify or through RSS feed. We are all leaders and we are all followers. Whether your career path in policing is to remain on patrol or to be promoted to sergeant or higher, there are daily practices you can adopt to improve your leadership skills. In this episode of Policing ...

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The story hidden in their mouths — ScienceDaily

UNSW Sydney scientists have uncovered the secrets locked in the jaws of humpback whales and southern right whales. Baleen — the characteristic hair-like device that toothless whales use to feed — reveals how these large aquatic mammals adapt to environmental changes over time. Filter-feeding whale baleen — the hair-like structures that humpback and southern right whales rely on for food ...

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9to5Mac Daily: March 17, 2022 – First reviews of Mac Studio and Studio Display

Listen to a recap of the day’s top stories from 9to5Mac. 9to5Mac Daily is available on iTunes and Apple’s Podcasts app, embroiderer, To agree, google playor through our dedicated RSS feed for Overcast and other podcast players. Do you like the podcast? Shop Apple at Amazon or see our merchandise to support 9to5Mac Daily! New episodes of 9to5Mac Daily are ...

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The Batman Robert Pattinson streaming on HBO Max in April

Screenshot: Warner Bros./DC Thanks to an apparent Technical problem, Riddler-Intel level a dropped that we can expect to see the The Batman home at the end of April. Deadline reported (and screen-capped) the dates before they are removed from HBO websiteand trade says its news that the DC hit will happen Tuesday, April 19 on HBO Max, and Saturday, April ...

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Reviews | Vladimir Putin’s Restaurant of Lies

By failing to sell its propaganda in our internal market, Russia is perpetuating a tradition transmitted by his predecessor, Soviet Union. Moscow funded newspapers and radio stations around the world, portraying Josef Stalin as a peacemaker. The Soviets falsified documents which they concealed in publications to tell false but flattering stories about them. They later spread fake news about AIDS ...

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Women’s Lacrosse Runs Away From Randolph-Macon In Snow; Keefe scores 100th career point

Ashland, Virginia – The 24th-ranked Washington College women’s lacrosse team defeated the Randolph-Macon Yellow Jackets, 11-5, in a non-conference game Saturday afternoon. Main striker Colleen Keefe (Timonium, Md/Notre Dame Prep) scored four goals and three assists (a career high), becoming the 31stst player in program history to record 100 career points. The match was played in difficult conditions on a ...

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@HPCpodcast: Argonne’s Rick Stevens on AI for Science (Part 2) – Upcoming Breakthroughs, Ethics and Replacing Scientists with Robots

http://orionx.net/wp-content/uploads/2022/03/[email protected]_AI-in-Science-w-Rick-Stevens-part2_20220310.mp3 In Part 2 of our can’t-miss @HPCpodcast with Argonne National Laboratory Associate Director Rick Stevens, he discusses some of the significant breakthroughs that, in 2015, likely ended the AI ​​cycle for scientific winters. It also looks at the main challenges of AI for science, such as building models that are transparent and unbiased while being robust and secure. And ...

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Reviews | Why Putin Can’t Win the Propaganda War at Home

But information technology has taken a prominent place in Russia, making it difficult for the state to erase messages it disdains, and the country’s young citizens have been exposed to too many Western experiences through travel and the media to swallow all the government propaganda again. Whether he knows it or not, Putin looks set to lose a long propaganda ...

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A look back at the Union episode of Star Trek Deep Space Nine

Rom and his colleagues enter into a very brief negotiation session.Screenshot: Primordial Deep Space Nine did so many things to examine the shadows cast in the idealized Federation utopia. By presenting its distinctly alien setting on the titular station – mostly occupied and inhabited by non-Federation peoples – and confronting the position of the Federation through conflict and harsh realities ...

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Data to give clues to the full employment objective | Canberra time

news, latest news Reserve Bank of Australia Governor Philip Lowe confirmed his commitment to drive the economy towards full employment by keeping interest rates low for as long as possible. The RBA and the Treasury expect the unemployment rate to fall below four per cent later this year and stay there, something that has not been achieved for around 50 ...

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Brave News: Brave desktop users get support for custom RSS feeds

Brave desktop web browser users who use Brave News, a service that displays news from various online sources on the browser’s new tab page, can now add custom RSS feeds as sources. Introduced in 2021 on Brave for iOS, support for custom RSS feeds was a much requested feature. It allows browser users to add any RSS feed to the ...

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Sikh volunteers drive 22 hours to feed Lismore flood victims | Canberra time

news, latest news, Sikh volunteers deliver 1,500 free vegetarian meals, bottled water and supplies to flood-affected communities in Lismore after driving 22 hours from Melbourne. Members of Sikh Volunteers Australia (SVA) began driving from south-east Melbourne at 6 a.m. on Tuesday, arriving at Australia’s first Gurdwara at Woolgoolga on the New South Wales north coast at 4 a.m. Thursday morning. ...

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The Terrible Podcast – Steelers Busy News Week Recap, QB Talk, Possible Upcoming Moves, Listener Emails & More

Season 12, Episode 94 of The Terrible Podcast is now in the box. On this Monday show, Alex Kozora and I are busy recapping the busy week the Pittsburgh Steelers had last week while I was on vacation. Alex and I recap our thoughts on the Steelers hiring Brian Flores to start and what he brings to the coaching staff. ...

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Reviews | The case of a little Russian propaganda

RT, which has operated in the United States for nearly two decades in one form or another, has long been recognized for what it is: the voice of the Russian government. In 2017, the US government formalized what was obvious by forcing RT to register its activities under the Foreign Agents Registration Act. “Americans have a right to know who ...

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Top 5 interesting topics to follow with RSS feed readers

What is an RSS feed reader? If you are an RSS fan, you already know what RSS feed readers are and what they are capable of. But not everyone knows about this amazing simple tool that helps you conquer the internet. RSS feed readers are the forerunners of the mailing lists and feeds you know well on social media. Before ...

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Machine Learning Algorithms Improved Technical Performance and Learning Outcomes During Sham Brain Tumor Ablation

The COVID-19 pandemic has presented both challenges and opportunities for medical education. Distance learning technology has become increasingly important in several areas. A new study reveals that in a remote environment, an artificial intelligence (AI)-based tutoring system can outperform expert human instructors. The Neuro’s Neurosurgical Simulation and Artificial Intelligence Learning Center (Neurological Institute-Montreal Hospital) recruited seventy medical students to perform ...

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The Terrible Podcast – Talking Steelers Hiring Brian Flores, Mock Draft, Carson Wentz, Listener Emails & More

Season 12, Episode 92 of The Terrible Podcast is now in the box. On this Monday show, Alex Kozora and Josh Carney, who replace Dave Bryan this week, recap the big news from the Pittsburgh Steelers by announcing the hiring of Brian Flores as a senior assistant/linebackers coach and the impact that he will have in the team. The two ...

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Amazon TV series Fallout hires Walton Goggins as its first star

Walton Goggins as Sonny Burch in Ant-Man and the Waspand John Hancock, a “ghoul” character radiated from Fallout 4.Screenshot: Marvel Studios/Bethesda Softworks Although various people have tried to create some form of live entertainment from the hit To fall video game series for yearsnone of these projects even went far enough to hire someone to Star in the dang thing. ...

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Genetic sequencing of ticks key in drug development

New research from the University of Cincinnati has discovered a unique class of drugs that act as blood thinners by inhibiting an enzyme in tick saliva genes. Research has focused on novel direct thrombin inhibitors (DTIs) derived from tick salivary transcriptomes or organism-expressed messenger RNA molecules. The result is the development of new anticoagulant drugs that can be used to ...

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Horizon Zero Dawn’s loneliness is stronger than ever

Picture: Guerrilla Games When Horizon Zero Dawn First released five years ago, its biggest draw was protagonist Aloy exploring post-apocalyptic America and battling robot animals with just a bow and various arrows. That, along with the mystery surrounding the machines and the larger world, drew fans deeply into Guerrilla Games’ open-world action-RPG at a time when the PlayStation brand was ...

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Machine learning used to predict direction-dependent mechanical properties of metals

A machine learning algorithm developed at Sandia National Laboratories could provide automotive manufacturing, aerospace and other industries with a faster, more cost-effective way to test bulk materials. The technique was recently published in the scientific journal Materials science and engineering: A. Production stoppages are expensive. Thus, manufacturers examine materials like sheet metal for formability before using them to ensure that ...

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Oscar Isaac brings the pain

Oh hi Mark.GIF: marvel studios Last month we got our first real taste of moon knight, giving us a look at Oscar Isaac’s dueling personalities as he discovers his potential as the titular moonlit hero. Now, our latest look at the series gives us a taste of the bloody work Marc Spector will do as Khonshu’s will. Just revealed during ...

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How To Send RSS Feeds To A Channel MS Teams 2022 Tip

This tutorial is about how to send RSS feeds to an MS Teams channel. We will do our best for you to understand this guide. I hope you will like this blog How to Send RSS Feeds to an MS Teams Channel. If your answer is yes, please share after reading this. Check how to send RSS feeds to an ...

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The Terrible Podcast – Talking Steelers News, Watt DPOTY, Claypool Speculation, Super Bowl LVI Picks, Listener Emails & More

Season 12, Episode 89 of The Terrible Podcast is now in the box. On this Friday show, Alex Kozora and I go straight to the latest news about the Pittsburgh Steelers. That news includes the Steelers naming Teryl Austin the team’s new defensive coordinator and outside linebacker TJ Watt being named the 2021 AP Defensive Player of the Year on ...

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Actor joins Kraven the Hunter movie

Russell Crowe goes from DC’s Man of Steel to Marvel’s Thor: Love and Thunder and then Sony’s Kraven the Hunter.Picture: Warner Bros. Russell Crowe has already spawned a Superman. hell soon hanging out with thor. And now it looks like he could possibly share a screen with a web-slinger. Crowe reporteddlyou were thrown in Kraven the hunter, a movie based ...

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GM crops in Europe could reduce greenhouse gas emissions

Agriculture accounts for around 25% of all greenhouse gas emissions worldwide. A large part of these emissions are due to animal production and the use of fertilizers. However, more than a third of emissions from agriculture are caused by land-use change, in particular the conversion of forests and other nature reserves to agricultural land to meet the growing global demand ...

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The Terrible Podcast – Talking Steelers News, Pro Bowl Game, Senior Bowl Week 2022, questions from listeners and more

Season 12, Episode 87 of The Terrible Podcast is now in the box. On this Monday show, Alex Kozora is back from the 2022 Senior Bowl, so he and I are entitled to talk about the latest news regarding the Pittsburgh Steelers. We review news related to Teryl Austin who is expected to be named the Steelers’ new defensive coordinator ...

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Top Stories: March 8 Apple Event, New iMac Pro Rumors, Universal Control vs. Sidecar, and More

Things are definitely starting to heat up as we head into Apple’s first media event of 2022, and it looks like we now have a date! We should have a few product presentations at the event, but there will be many more later in the year. Also this week, we took a closer look at the new Universal Control feature ...

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The Terrible Podcast – Talking 2022 East-West Shrine Bowl Week Roundtable Discussion & More

Season 12, Episode 86 of The Terrible Podcast is now in the box. On this Friday show, I’m thrilled to have contributors Melanie Friedlander, Josh Carney and Owen Straley on the Steelers Depot site after spending the past week in Las Vegas, NV covering the 2022 East-West Shrine Bowl week. This episode is another roundtable episode and features four of ...

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Verizon 5G will fuel innovation and research at

NEW YORK, 03 Feb. 11, 2022 (GLOBE NEWSWIRE) — Verizon provides 5G Ultra Wideband to Penn State, allowing researchers to explore how 5G can improve manufacturing and enable new applications in education, training and workforce development ‘work. The deployment took place at Penn State’s Innovation Park, which offers 118 acres of office, manufacturing, and research space, and is part of ...

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The Joe Rogan controversy is what happens when you put podcasts behind a wall

This story originally appeared in Hot Pod, The Verge’s preeminent audio industry newsletter. You can subscribe here for more scoops, analysis and reports. Spotify didn’t discover Joe Rogan, and Joe Rogan didn’t create Spotify, but their union portends the future of a closed podcasting ecosystem. Until September 2020, The Joe Rogan Experience was available through RSS feeds, YouTube and podcast ...

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Don’t miss this NEC pre-booking offer! – rssFeed – New and used caravans and caravanning reviews

73aa5a4e-d4cf-4701-8d1a-dab6b885ebae If you’re looking for the best campervan, motorhome, caravan or camping tips and are planning to visit the Caravan, Camping & Motorhome Show at the NEC, we’ve got a great deal for you! Subscribe to one of our outdoor leisure magazines with our great pre-show subscription offer and you’ll receive three issues of the magazine of your choice and ...

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Immune cells feed on lactic acid and paralyze other “killer” immune cells

In oncology, it has long been known that lactic acid, or lactate, is produced in large quantities by cancer cells and that this lactic acid disrupts our defense against tumours. Until now, however, we didn’t know exactly how this happened. Professor Jo Van Ginderachter, immunologist and cancer researcher at the Vrije Universiteit Brussel and the Flemish Institute for Biotechnology (VIB), ...

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A new way to make microparticles could speed up drug development and the production of new cell strains

RESULTS UCLA scientists have developed a method to produce complex-shaped hydrogel microparticles at a rate of more than 40 million per hour – at least 10 times faster than the current standard approach. CONTEXT Hydrogel microparticles retain promise a range of uses in biomedicine, including for repairing tissue, acting as miniature versions of Petri dishes for cell growth, and as ...

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How can a battery-powered plane take off?

Hear the latest science news, featuring Benjamin Thompson and Nick Petrić Howe. Your browser does not support the audio element. In this episode: 00:45 Challenges of battery flight While battery-powered cars are becoming more common, the same cannot be said for airplanes. This week, a team of researchers is looking into the technical and economic issues of battery-powered flight. Perspective: ...

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Lenovo Unveils TruScale HPC as a Service

Lenovo today unveiled its TruScale High Performance Computing as a Service (HPCaaS), designed to deliver the power of supercomputing through a cloud-like experience. The offering is designed to be a flexible, on-premises service that maximizes HPC cluster resources and controls shared access through a pay-as-you-go model, managed and supported by Lenovo. Using technology installed in the customer’s data center, HPC ...

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This app combines your RSS news feed and newsletters in one place

If you spend a lot of time on the internet, you know it can be difficult to keep up with all the news from different publications and websites. A new application of The not so big company aims to help solve this problem. Big News is a new news app available on iOS for iPhone and iPad. With the app, ...

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Sam Wilson and Steve Rogers to headline two Captain America books

Picture: Marvel Comics When Sam Wilson received the title of Captain America from his longtime friend Steve Rogers during “Marvel NOW!” relaunch in 2015, it was only a matter of time before it was both become the Falcon again and get boosted at Plug in the MCU. Now that Captain America 4 is on the horizon, Marvel Comics would like ...

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9to5Mac Daily: January 21, 2022 – Apple Executive Changes, Epic Games Update

Listen to a recap of the day’s top stories from 9to5Mac. 9to5Mac Daily is available on iTunes and Apple’s Podcasts app, embroiderer, To agree, google play, or through our dedicated RSS feed for Overcast and other podcast players. Do you like the podcast? : Shop Apple at Amazon to support 9to5Mac Daily! New episodes of 9to5Mac Daily are recorded every ...

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International team led by University of Göttingen describes new species Ramisyllis kingghidorahi — ScienceDaily

Branching sea worms are bizarre creatures with a head but a body that branches again and again into multiple posterior ends. Until now, only two species of these curious beasts, considered extremely rare, were known. However, a third species has been discovered and described by an international research team led by the University of Göttingen. The worm, named ramisyllis kingghidorahi ...

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Reviews | Why you can count on a Biden bounce

That’s not to say Biden is about to get so popular that they’re going to dedicate his presidential memorial next week. But there’s nearly a year to go before the 2022 election and nearly three years before Americans vote for president again — and two big things have settled in the past two weeks that could work to their advantage. ...

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Microsoft Edge will now help you follow your favorite YouTube creators

Microsoft is testing a YouTube integration for its Edge browser. The new “Web Follower” feature will allow users to follow their favorite content creators on YouTube. It will work the same as Google Chrome’s RSS feed. With this feature, users can view recent posts from their favorite creators right from the address bar. You can also view a list of ...

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Right word | How RSS looks at electoral politics and what role it plays

Whenever elections are around, RSS is projected as an “X” factor by much of the media and political analysts. Is it true? With the announcement of the Assembly polls in five states, the role that the Rashtriya Swayamsevak Sangh (RSS) would play in securing victory for the Bharatiya Janata Party (BJP), especially in the state of Uttar Pradesh, makes the ...

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Real Steel sequel is now likely to be a Disney+ streaming series

Real Steel is making a comeback.Picture: disney real steel is one of best sci-fi sports movies of all time. Admittedly, the sci-fi sports movie subgenre is pretty thin—especially those where the whole the movie focuses on that theme—corn real steel is near the top of the list. And now, after years of the film‘s fan base clamoring for more, it ...

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The Terrible Podcast – Talking Steelers Updates, Tomlin Tuesday, Ravens All-22 Review, Listener Questions & More

Season 12, Episode 76 of The terrible podcast is now in the box. On that Wednesday show, Alex Kozora and I immediately talked about the latest news and updates from the Pittsburgh Steelers as they prepare to take on the Kanas City Chiefs in Sunday’s Super Wild Card playoff round. evening. We start by talking a bit about how Steelers ...

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25 Unique SEO Tactics That Get Big Results

9. Identify groups of topic keywords to create content centers around A strategically interconnected content hub will push each of your topic articles higher in Google rankings. First, create the individual posts for your future hub by finding out what your content hub might contain. Start by researching the keyword topics for which your site ranks in the top 10. ...

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Apple reportedly unveils iPhone SE with 5G this spring

Apple could use its now-usual spring event to update its more affordable smartphone. Bloomberg‘s Mark Gurman asserted in his latest bulletin that Apple is expected to introduce a third-generation iPhone SE this spring via a “likely” virtual presentation that will take place in March or April. Echoing rumors from the past, Gurman figured out that the new SE would still ...

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Reviews | Nick Kristof has just destroyed his own brand. He is also right.

The Secretary of State may be a scent of the Oregon political establishment, but her argument against Kristof’s candidacy seems entirely rational. Residency requirements for candidacy unclear, as Portland’s alt-weekly Willamette Week notes: a candidate for governor must have been resident for three years, although “resident” is not defined. But as the Oregonian reported, Kristof voted in New York state ...

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Newly discovered mouse-butterfly interaction suggests the decline of the western monarch could disrupt ecosystems in unforeseen ways – sciencedaily

Monarch butterflies possess powerful chemical armor. As caterpillars, they eat plants filled with poisonous cardenolides that build up in their bodies and make them unpleasant to most predators, but not all. In central Mexico, where the largest winter gatherings of monarchs occur, scientists have observed that rodents attack monarchs that fall to the ground. In particular, the black-eared mouse (Peromyscus ...

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Verizon 5G Ultra Wideband power reaches 100

Verizon Accelerates Nationwide Wireless Broadband Deployment with 5G Home Internet and 5G Business Internet Take advantage of our launch this month and enjoy our best unlimited plans for home, phone and business starting tomorrow “5G Ultra Show” Highlights the Enormous Transformative Power of 5G Ultra Wideband NEW YORK, January 04, 2022 (GLOBE NEWSWIRE) – This month, more than 100 million ...

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The Terrible Podcast – Talking Steelers-Browns preview, trades, playoff storylines, listeners questions and more

Season 12, Episode 71 of The terrible podcast is now in the box. On Monday’s show, Alex Kozora and I immediately talked about the latest news from the Pittsburgh Steelers in Week 17 and ahead of the team’s home game Monday night against the Cleveland Browns. We go over a few moves the Steelers have made since the Friday show ...

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The West is witnessing a worrying increase in Covid caused by Omicron. The death rate is a silver lining | Latest India News

The record daily case of coronavirus disease (Covid-19) in the United States this week has raised new concerns about the Omicron variant, as it continues to spread rapidly across the world. The UK, France and the US have witnessed an exponential increase in Covid-19 cases, with Britain reporting more than 2,200 daily cases per million people. While France is second ...

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The Terrible Podcast – Talking Steelers-Browns Preview, Ben’s Presser, Quotes Coordinator, Week 17 Picks, Listener Questions and more

Season 12, Episode 70 of The terrible podcast is now in the box. On that Friday show, Alex Kozora and I immediately talked about the latest news from the Pittsburgh Steelers in Week 17 and that includes us going over the team’s injury report on Thursday. We’re discussing what the Steelers’ offensive line might look like to start Monday night’s ...

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Hot Pod Predictions 2022: Next Year In Podcasting

Hello Hello. Hope you all had a great vacation and are up for another. Last week we looked back to 2021, and this week we look forward to 2022. We have some quick news from last week to go first, but then Aria and I will come up with our forecast for the year ahead. . Let’s go. Project Brazen ...

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Increase Email Productivity Via RSS Reader Inoreader is a Powerful Lifehack

As for tips, using an RSS reader is one of the best things for someone who consumes a lot of information. If your inbox is still full and inbox zero is on your list for 2022 improvements, then this RSS reader called Inoreader is for you. African-American scrum master working with Vietnamese businesswoman colleague, … [+] put notes on sticky ...

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The Terrible Podcast – Steelers Chiefs Recap, Injuries, Transactions, Tomlin’s Comments, Listener Questions & More

Season 12, Episode 68 of The terrible podcast is now in the box. On Monday’s show, Alex Kozora and I immediately spoke about the Pittsburgh Steelers’ road loss to the Kansas City Chiefs on Sunday. Before we get into the detail of the embarrassing Sunday afternoon loss, Alex and I recap the team’s pre-game moves. We talk about why the ...

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Microsoft Edge to relaunch a classic RSS feed feature on Windows

After Google, Microsoft is now also testing the RSS-powered “Follow” button and feed that will help you stay connected to your favorite websites. In the Canary Edge builds for Windows, Microsoft has started testing a new feed that introduces native RSS functionality with collection integration. Platforms like Google News or Microsoft News have put an end to the classic era ...

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@HPCpodcast: 2021 – What a year!

https://orionx.net/wp-content/uploads/2021/12/[email protected]_2021-Year-in-Review_20211223.mp3 It has been a fascinating year for the HPC industry – but so is it all year, right? In this @HPCpodcast year-end special, we discuss the ups and downs, megatrends and top news events of 2021 – and what we should be looking for in 2022. Among the topics covered: COVID and HPC, the first exascale systems, the challenges ...

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Eagles C Jason Kelce and CB Darius Slay selected for Pro Bowl

The Philadelphia Eagles will send two players to the Pro Bowl for their game during the 2021 season. They are center Jason Kelce and CB Darius Slay. This will be Kelce’s fifth Pro Bowl selection and Slay’s fourth. Kelce was an obvious choice down center as he continues to play at an extremely high level at 34, leading the NFL’s ...

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Hyperion Research Announces Improved Chinese HPC Market Coverage

ST. PAUL, Minn., December 21, 2021 – Hyperion Research has said that after years of research and relationship building in China, the company will now present a much more detailed report on the growing Chinese high computing market. performance (HPC) and advanced AI. Over the past decade, China has grown from a minor player in HPC to challenging the United ...

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Solstice Trees and Anchorage Holiday Wishes

As the year 2021 draws to a close, we’re showcasing two traditions in Anchorage: the Anchorage Nordic Ski Association’s Solstice Tree Tour at Kincaid Park and the Holiday Lights at the Botanical Garden of the Alaska. Sara Miller from the NSAA and Patrick Ryan from the Botanical Garden will explain their winter programs and how to get involved. Host Paul ...

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9to5Mac Daily: December 15, 2021 – Apple Removes CSAM References, NSO Group Seeks Funding, macOS 12.1 Installer Patches, and Disney + Adds SharePlay on FaceTime

Hear a recap of the best stories of the day from 9to5Mac. 9to5Mac Daily is available on iTunes and Apple’s Podcast app, Stapler, To agree, google play, or via our dedicated RSS feed for Overcast and other podcast players. Direct mail sponsored: Create and send awesome email newsletters with Direct Mail, an easy-to-use email marketing app for Mac. Start for ...

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How to follow sites without an RSS feed on Feedly

If you are already a To feed As a user, you know the power of being able to create a personalized feed for your interests. Most blogs and other news sources already use RSS to integrate with Feedly, but what if you find one that doesn’t? Good now Feedly has a custom RSS Builder tool, so you can create your ...

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Feedly adds RSS Builder to track sites without RSS feeds

Feedly, the popular newsreader, aggregates content from Twitter, Reddit, and RSS feeds. Feedly can now track sites that don’t have RSS feeds with its new RSS Builder tool. Really simple syndication (RSS) is a web standard used by most blogs and media sites that makes it easy to know when new content is posted. people use RSS for various reasons; ...

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Eight UCLA-related films among 25 named to the National Film Registry

UCLA has demonstrated its enormous contributions to the history of cinema today; whether made by students, professors or former students, or preserved and restored by the UCLA Film and Television Archives, eight of the 25 films announced as inductees in 2021 in the Library of Congress National Film Registry have connections with the campus. Three films made by UCLA students, ...

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For the media: we have b-rolls, photos and additional information about our emergency response equipment available in our Emergency Resource Center – https://www.verizon.com/about/news/emergency-resource-center What would you like to know: Verizon customers (prepaid and postpaid) and small businesses * in parts of Kentucky and Illinois will receive unlimited calling, texting and data 12/12 – 12/18 Our Verizon Response team is available ...

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The Terrible Podcast – Talking Steelers Vikings recap, injuries, deals, week 15 picks, listener questions and more

Season 12, Episode 61 of The terrible podcast is now in the box. On Friday’s show, Alex Kozora and I immediately spoke about the loss the Pittsburgh Steelers suffered to the Minnesota Vikings on Thursday night. Before detailing the Thursday night game, Alex and I recap the pre-game moves and the list of inactive. We also talk a little about ...

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Japanese lizard beetle larvae feed on yeast injected from their mother’s abdomen into the bamboo stems in which they grow. Now, scientists at Nagoya University have made a surprising discovery: Yeast can digest certain complex sugars in the woody tissue of bamboo, but it doesn’t. Instead, it consumes much simpler and more readily available sources of sugar. “It was a ...

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Instagram will bring back a timeline feed in 2022

After more than five years, Instagram plans to bring back “a version” of its timeline feed next year, the company’s top executive said on Wednesday. Speaking to lawmakers at a Senate hearing on Instagram and Teen Safety, Mosseri said he supported “giving people the ability to have a timeline feed.” “We’re currently working on a version of a timeline feed ...

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Stem cell study paves way for cultured meat production – sciencedaily

Scientists have for the first time obtained stem cells from cattle that grow under chemically defined conditions, paving the way for the manufacture of cell culture meat and improved cattle rearing. Researchers from the School of Biosciences at the University of Nottingham, as well as colleagues from the universities of Cambridge, Exeter Tokyo and Meiji (Japan) have developed stem cell ...

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Meta Selects AWS As Strategic AI Cloud Provider

Amazon Web Services announced that Meta (formerly Facebook) has deepened its relationship with AWS as a strategic cloud provider, using AWS cloud infrastructure to complement its on-premises infrastructure, and will expand its use of compute, storage , databases and AWS security. scalability services in the cloud. Meta said it will organize collaborations with third parties in AWS and use the ...

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Reviews | It’s time to unplug the cable

Why all the attention when cable news hardly matters to most Americans? The average audience commanded by Maddow, Cooper, and Hannity and everyone else that creeps up your cable is so small that you can almost get away with calling the cable news a niche media. According to October figures of TV news, the three main cable networks attract an ...

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Nicolas Cage Dracula’s film adds Awkwafina

It’s going to take more than a good blow with a bow to take on Dracula.Picture: Marvel studios If you try to act against any night lord, but Nic fucking Cage lord of the night, you’ll need a team – and the latest version of Universal on his monstrous world begins to build one. Hollywood journalist has the word that ...

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Cisco Releases Shared Signals and Events Reference Document to Address “Head on a Pivot” Problem

The security standard could improve interoperability between security providers and expand support for the zero-trust approach to security. Image: Pop Tika Cisco’s new shared signals and events framework is designed to make life easier for security analysts by improving interoperability and supporting zero-trust security. The company joined the OpenID Foundation as a supporting member and published an open source technical ...

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Op-Ed: Calendar of Events – The George-Anne Media Group

Georgia Southern’s calendar of events struggles to represent the Armstrong campus, and there’s no obvious way to fix it. Here at the George-Anne Inkwell, it’s important for us to stay on top of what’s happening on campus. We strive to be aware of events, activities and other elements of the campus that may be of interest or worth covering with ...

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New trailer for the Star Wars Spinoff series

Picture: Disney / Lucasfilm We are now a month away from Boba Fett’s book, the first one spin off To The Mandalorian which sees the return of Temuera Morrison’s helmeted bounty hunter. With Jabba dead and a power vacuum in the the criminal world of the galaxy, the green-armored Mandalorian has decided to make a name for himself now that ...

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Rangers of the Republic officially canceled

The New Republic cannot take a break.Screenshot: Lucasfilm We had barely heard of Rangers of the New Republic since its announcement last year at Disney’s Investor Day briefing. Her future looked even bleaker as a result of Lucasfilm’s Parting Roads with Cara Dune actress Gina Carano for a litany of offensive statements on social media. Now we know once and ...

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Music of the mountains: where to be and what to see

Here are the live music listings this week! Find out and support your local musicians. Caribou Room Friday December 17th at 7:00 p.m. – Kamani w / Electric Kif Friday December 31 at 7 p.m. – Gasoline Lollipops w / The Runaway Groom Facebook: www.facebook.com/thecaribouroom/ Website: www.thecaribouroom.com/ Location: 55 Indian Peaks Drive, The Netherlands. Telephone: 303-258-3637 Auberge de la Colline ...

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The Madrigal family celebrating Encanto.Picture: Disney This Thanksgiving weekend there is a ton of all new content you can watch with your family, but how much is in fact In regards to family? One title in particular stands out and that is Encanto, the latest Disney Animation movie. Encanto concerns madrigals, a Colombian family who lives in a small mountain ...

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Preview of A Curriculum of Chaos – New Magical Enemies

Join the Villains: Free Mask Included!Picture: Wizards of the coast Usually your enemies at school are bullies, mean teachers, and homework deadlines. But when you are a student in Dungeons & Dragons, and the school is a magical intersection with the world of Magic: The Gathering, dangerous encounters are going to have a a little more difficult to face that ...

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How to Automatically Post Pins to Pinterest from an RSS Feed

If you are serious about using Pinterest for business, learning how to automatically post Pins directly from the RSS feed is imperative. It’s great because it offers new content to the audience, and it also brings a very stimulating and rewarding experience. With that in mind, there are ways to help you create Pins automatically without any hassle. Also interesting: ...

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9to5Mac Daily: November 23, 2021 – Apple delays iOS 15 wallet upgrades, plus

Hear a recap of the best stories of the day from 9to5Mac. 9to5Mac Daily is available on iTunes and Apple’s Podcast app, Stapler, To agree, google play, or via our dedicated RSS feed for Overcast and other podcast players. New episodes of 9to5Mac Daily are recorded every day of the week. Subscribe to our podcast in iTunes / Apple Podcast ...

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Dr John Violanti on training healthy and resilient police officers

Download this week’s episode at Apple podcasts, Amazon Music, Stapler, Spotify or via RSS feed. Across Public Safety, staff work under conditions ranging from boredom to sudden periods of extreme stress. Plus, it’s not because secret agents don’t get enough quality sleep or meals and work ungodly hours, as well as excessive overtime. But what are the lasting and long-term ...

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Spotify’s latest purchase aims to become the place where you listen to everything

Last week, Spotify announced plans to spend an undisclosed amount of money to acquire Findaway, an audiobook creation and distribution company that plays a major role in the industry. The announcement probably made sense to anyone who paid attention to Spotify’s audio movements, but for those who didn’t, to put it simply: Spotify wants to be where you consume all ...

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Verizon Business to Create Next Generation Global Network

NEW YORK, November 17, 2021 (GLOBE NEWSWIRE) – Verizon Business has been selected by FM logistics – an international omnichannel supply chain service provider – to transform its global network infrastructure. The secure SD WAN network will span all of FM Logistic’s operations in 14 countries and is a fundamental part of the company’s growth and its ongoing digital transformation. ...

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Verizon Appoints Samantha Hammock Executive Vice President

NEW YORK, Nov. 15, 2021 (GLOBE NEWSWIRE) – Today, Verizon Communications (NYSE, Nasdaq: VZ) announced the appointment of Sam Hammock as Executive Vice President and Chief Human Resources Officer of Verizon, effective December 1, 2021. She reports directly to Hans Vestberg, CEO of Verizon. “When you think about the investments we’ve made to strengthen our networks and create world-class experiences ...

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