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OTC Markets Group welcomes Superior Gold Inc. to OTCQX

NEW YORK, Sept. 30, 2022 (GLOBE NEWSWIRE) — OTC Markets Group Inc. (OTCQX: OTCM), regulated market operator for 12,000 U.S. and international securities, today announced Superior Gold Inc. (TSX-V: SGI; OTCQX: SUPGF), a gold producer based in Canada, has qualified to trade on the best OTCQX® market. Superior Gold Inc. switched to OTCQX from the Pink® market. Superior Gold Inc. ...

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Groundbreaking $3 Million Prize for Quantum Computing

The 2023 Breakthrough Prize in Fundamental Physics is shared by four individuals who have made a series of contributions considered “fundamental work in the field of quantum information”. The Breakthrough Prize is the largest science prize in the world, with each prize worth $3 million, to be shared among its recipients. First awarded in 2012, its founders are ...

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DOE to Fund $42 Million for HPC Cooling Systems

WASHINGTON, DC – The U.S. Department of Energy today announced up to $42 million in funding for “high-performance, energy-efficient cooling solutions for data centers.” To learn more about the COOLERCHIPS funding opportunity and how to apply, visit: ARPA-E EXCHANGE. Knowing that cooling accounts for up to 40% of data center energy consumption, DOE’s Agency for Advanced Research Projects-Energy (ARPA-E) will ...

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Reviews | Poor Space Force is no joke

“Semper Supra” reads like a list of currencies, as POLITICO’s Steve Heuser tweeted. Military.com served the final verdict on the anthem: “It’s not a firecracker.” But the anthem isn’t Space Force’s most laughable mistake. Earlier, the force is exaggerated the uniforms were compared to something out of Battlestar Galactica wardrobe. The branch “delta” emblem and flag were (unfairly) denounced as ...

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The network America relies on celebrates Hispanic heritage

BASKING RIDGE, New Jersey, Sept. 15, 2022 (GLOBE NEWSWIRE) — Hispanic Heritage Month is officially observed starting today, September 15 through October 15, but Verizon recognizes and celebrates community contributions every day, all year long. There are 62 million Hispanic people living in the United States, including Hispanic Verizon employees, customers and the communities we serve and we make it ...

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Women’s CoLab Energizes Its Fall Summit for Women Empowered by Verizon + Luminary

Verizon Sourcing LLC Fall 2022 Summit features keynote speaker Suzy Batiz and a list of top female entrepreneurs to share their wisdom and fuel their inspiration NEW YORK, Sept. 15, 2022 (GLOBE NEWSWIRE) — Dynamic leaders including Suzy Batiz, CEO and founder of ~Pourri, From the Makers of Poo~Pourri, and supernatural, and executives from Etsy, JPMorgan Chase & Co . ...

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Florida’s First-Ever Standalone International Dental Program

Newswise – TAMPA BAY/CLEARWATER, Fla. – Nova Southeastern University (NSU) College of Dentistry is proud to announce that, thanks to the continued support of Drs. Kiran and Pallavi Patelit expands and bases its international dental program at its Tampa Bay Regional Campus (TBRC). “Nova Southeastern University’s relationship with Drs. Kiran and Pallavi Patel continue to grow, with our students and ...

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Planned AC and OR power outages

IRVINE, Calif., Sept. 09, 2022 (GLOBE NEWSWIRE) — We know how important it is to stay connected in the event of a power outage. We are committed to ensuring that Verizon customers can use their mobile devices during business power outages, including Public Safety Power Outages (PSPS) events. Verizon has backup batteries at all of our macro cell sites (towers) ...

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CVAD party! You are invited to join us on October 22, from 4 p.m. to 6:30 p.m.

ANNEX ART • ART IN PUBLIC PLACES • STUDENTS • STAFF • TEACHER • ALUMNI • FRIENDS The College of Visual Arts and Design will welcome and celebrate faculty, staff, students, alumni and friends of the college as we come together to dedicate the artist’s Art in Public Places sculpture Matthew Ritchieand the opening of the new Art Annex building. ...

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Dell Technologies Interview: At Univ. from the Bristol Advanced Computing Research Center “Type does not exist” – Analysis of high performance computing news

In this interview, part of our series commissioned by Dell Technologies, we spoke with Simon Atack, HPC Team Leader at the University of Bristol’s Advanced Computing Research Center in the UK, where he works for eight years. The center supports approximately 2,000 users and has an extensive HPC infrastructure engaged in a range of scientific fields, including genomics, molecular dynamics, ...

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How to configure RSS Guard to block all cookies

Users of the open source RSS Guard feed reader can block all cookies coming into the application. The app handles cookies by default, but a recent update introduced the ability to disable this behavior. Most RSS feeds can be read and updated without cookies. Only some require cookies, usually to access otherwise blocked content. An RSS Guard user noticed that ...

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RSS Guard 4.2.4 – Neowin

Software Razvan Serea Journalist Neowin · September 5, 2022 3:52 p.m. EDT RSS Guard is a simple (but powerful) feed reader. It is able to retrieve the most popular feed formats, including RSS/RDF and ATOM. It’s free, it’s open-source. RSS Guard currently supports Czech, Dutch, English, French, German, and Italian. RSS Guard will never depend on other services – this ...

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How to Create Web Applications with Python, HTML, and Thonny

Python is a glue. We can use it to join different pieces of code together. As a language, Python is easy to learn and human readable, making it one of the most effective languages ​​for learning and general purpose programming. Part of Python’s charm is the many code modules that can be easily inserted into a project. Thonny is a ...

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Genetic effects in interacting species jointly determine ecological outcomes

The greatest diversity of life is not counted in the number of species, explains Zachariah Gompert, an evolutionary geneticist at Utah State University, but in the diversity of interactions between them. “It is often unclear whether the outcome of an interaction, such as whether a microbe can infect a host, is the same for all members of a species or ...

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What is a podcast?

Irina Popova Street / Shutterstock.com Podcasts have exploded in popularity over the past decade, but they’ve been around for much longer than that. Sometimes it feels like everyone on the planet has a podcast. What is the story behind this form of audio entertainment? A Brief History of Podcasts The concept of podcasts was invented in 2000 by Tristan Louis ...

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Reviews | Taxing tech companies for the failure of the information industry is simply unfair

Few of us want the commercial tide to take the news industry to the bottom. Nor do many of us have much sympathy for overly rich, oligopolistic tech giants. And nobody thinks that Google and Facebook are going to miss the 2 billion dollars, a journalist estimates that the two companies will end up paying annually to American newspapers if ...

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Start the Semester Right: Students Get Verizon

NEW YORK, Aug. 24, 2022 (GLOBE NEWSWIRE) — Verizon today announced students can get Fios, our fast, award-winning fiber optic network, starting at just $20 a month with Auto Pay and select cellular plans. 5G. As colleges and universities continue to offer students virtual options for coursework — and some students wait until the wee hours of the morning for ...

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Apple Podcasts announces new updates for RSS feed, including removal of email requirement for broadcasts, and more

For creators, Apple Podcasts announced new RSS feed requirements coming in 2023. New back-end technical changes include removing the “proprietary tag” to reduce spam, adding an identifying tag unique (GUID), and more. . RSS (Really Simple Syndication) feed is a file that lists all updates to an application or website. It makes it easy for users to keep up to ...

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August 23: COVID-19 Virtual Town Hall

Faculty and staff will have the opportunity to learn the latest information on recent updates to UCLA’s COVID-19 protocols and campus response to monkeypox during a virtual town hall on Tuesday, August 23 from 13 a.m. to 2 p.m. Register at the town hall. Panelists include: Dr. Annabelle De St. Maurice, assistant professor of pediatrics in the division of ...

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Verizon commissions Greenville mural as part of

GREENVILLE, SC, Aug. 18, 2022 (GLOBE NEWSWIRE) — Verizon is spreading kindness in Greenville, through a partnership with local artists, Girls who Paint Murals – Christine Crawford and Alli Dunavant. Located at 54 Piedmont Highway, it’s all part of Verizon’s nationwide #ACallForKindness campaign that aims to make the world a kinder place, one act at a time. “We are known ...

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ChromeOS 106 gets a Follow Site option for desktop RSS (Updated)

Earlier this week I asked the question “Is Google Reader coming back?” This was based on a new “Feed” option in the ChromeOS side panel. I wasn’t sure if this upcoming feature was based on RSS or some interpretation from Google. Now I pretty one certainly the side panel of Chrome and ChromeOS will use RSS (see update after post). ...

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Fujifilm Group deploys Advanced from Verizon Business Group

TOKYO, Aug. 16, 2022 (GLOBE NEWSWIRE) — Verizon Business is helping Japan’s FUJIFILM Holdings and its subsidiaries build global cybersecurity surveillance and intelligence capabilities. As part of Fujifilm’s ongoing IT infrastructure transformation, the company’s technology teams will now have access to the capabilities of Verizon’s Advanced Security Operations Center (SOC) in Canberra, Australia. Fujifilm’s network and security experts in Asia ...

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Follow Open Access – News

As the fall semester begins and we welcome our students and faculty back to classes, we hope you are also excited about scholarly communications and open access. Exciting plans to make research and creative production more accessible to users seem to be announced every day, and it can get difficult to keep up with everything that’s going on in the ...

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Configure RSS/Atom Newsboat Feed Reader on Ubuntu 20.04/22.04

Start receiving news feeds directly to the terminal by installing Newsboat RSS Feedreader on Ubuntu 222.04 Jammy or 20.04 Focal Fossa. Newsboat is a fork of Newsbeuter which is also an open-source application allowing users to read articles directly on their Linux command terminal. The main task of this text-based application is to fetch feeds from the defined URL, which ...

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The Google Follow feature recommends descriptive titles for the RSS feed and the use of a single feed (not multiple)

Google has made some changes to the documentation for the tracking feature in Google Search. Google added that you should use (1) descriptive titles for your RSS feed and (2) only one feed even if you have more than one. The Google Follow feature allows users to follow a website and get the latest updates from that website in the ...

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Verizon Business selected to transform Astellas Pharma

TOKYO, Aug. 09, 2022 (GLOBE NEWSWIRE) — Verizon Business has been selected to manage the global network infrastructure of Astellas Pharma Inc (Astellas). The network transformation will allow Astellas to leverage advanced technologies to help reduce drug development times, healthcare costs and generate new revenue opportunities for the Japanese multinational pharmaceutical company. Headquartered in Tokyo, Japan, Astellas is a global ...

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The Outdoor Life of Congressional Candidates

Mary Peltola fishing, courtesy of Mary Peltola for Congress. Berry picking by Mary Peltola, courtesy of Mary Peltola for Congress. Our guests for this show are congressional candidates Nick Begich and Mary Peltola. Your host, Lisa, contacted the Sarah Palin campaign three times, but never received a response. In these interviews with Nick and Mary, she ...

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Verizon Wins Most Reliable 5G Network for Third Consecutive Time

Verizon Sourcing LLC NEW YORK, Aug. 04, 2022 (GLOBE NEWSWIRE) — Verizon remains the standard in network reliability, providing customers with the most reliable 5G experience in the United States for the third consecutive test period, according to RootMetrics. Report on the state of 5G in the United States. This follows Verizon winning Best Overall Network for the 18th consecutive ...

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Quick Charge Podcast: August 2, 2022

Listen to a recap of the best stories from Electrek’s day. Quick Charge is now available on Apple podcast, Spotify, To agree and our RSS feed for Overcast and other podcast players. New episodes of Quick Charge are taped Monday through Thursday and again on Saturday. Subscribe to our podcast in Apple Podcast or your favorite podcast player to ensure ...

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How to Subscribe to YouTube RSS Feeds Without Third-Party Services

YouTube, at one time, supported RSS feeds. Anyone could subscribe to channel feeds to receive updates in any RSS reader. Google has made it harder to subscribe to channels over the years, likely to push YouTube’s own subscription feature. Unlike feeds, subscriptions require users to be logged into an account to receive updates. Third-party apps such as NewPipe for Android ...

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Receive alerts for new images from the James Webb Space Telescope

The James Webb Space Telescope (JWST) has already given us a glimpse of what may be the most distant galaxy ever discovered, and it still has about 20 years of deep space observations left. There is no telling what groundbreaking and breathtaking images of stellar nurseries, galaxy collisions and dying stars its infrared cameras will beam back to Earth during ...

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Richmond gets new internet options for home and business from

NEW YORK, July 27 2022 (GLOBE NEWSWIRE) — Connectivity has never been more essential for consumers and business owners who need reliable internet to thrive, but are often limited to one or two choices in their city. Starting tomorrow, Verizon is offering residents of Richmond, Pennsylvania new wireless Internet options for home and business that deliver great performance at an ...

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Cecilia Menjívar will lead the annual meeting of the American Sociological Association

The sociology professor set the theme for the conference, which includes more than 50 presenters from UCLA UCLA Cecilia Menjivar UCLA will have a major role this yearThe annual meeting of the American Sociological Association, with sociology professor Cecilia Menjívar developing the conference program and dozens of UCLA professors and researchers presenting. “The Bureaucracies of Displacement”, the theme defined by ...

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Alli Harvey, Traveling Landscape Artist

• A pending order from Nevada’s Black Rock Desert, on the trestle near Reno, photo by Alli Harvey. The Happy Artist pictured with Colorado Aspen in the Fall Commission, photo by Wes Hoskins The Airstream boneyard at P&S Trailer Service in Ohio, photo by Alli Harvey. The brand new Alli Harvey Mobile Art Studio in New ...

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Talking Derby’s and Hellish Tactics

To share Tweeter To share To share E-mail Highlights from this week’s show. Coach and Justin dive into Derby, specifically the one the FCC just played in. Hell is real not only in Cincinnati, but also for Justin Hoyte during England’s heat wave. We have a lot to do, with a change of ...

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Discovery helps researchers better understand so-called ‘cryptic’ species

Three new species of black-bellied salamanders have been discovered by a research team led by R. Alexander Pyron, Robert F. Griggs Associate Professor of Biology at George Washington University. The new salamanders, which are found in the southern Appalachians of the eastern United States, come from black-bellied populations that have long been considered a single species. The finding sheds light ...

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5 Easiest Online Website Builders to Design Sites Without Coding

There was a time when creating a website required knowing HTML or a bit of coding. But those days are long gone. With modern no-code website builders like these, anyone can create their own site for free without any programming knowledge. In this article, we focus on ease of use and simplicity more than anything. We still maintain that Aspect ...

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Maggie Hallbach appointed to Northern Virginia Technology

WASHINGTON, July 14. 28, 2022 (GLOBE NEWSWIRE) — Maggie Hallbach, senior vice president of Verizon Public Sector, has been appointed to the Northern Virginia Technology Council (NVTC), the trade association representing the region’s tech community. As head of Verizon’s public sector, Hallbach oversees the team of professionals dedicated to partnering with Verizon’s federal, state, local, education and public safety customers ...

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This is how water fleas defend themselves against carnivorous plants

Water fleas are masters of adaptation. Researchers from Ruhr-Universität Bochum (RUB), Albert-Ludwigs-Universität Freiburg and the Technical University of Darmstadt have found that they can defend themselves not only against animals but also against carnivorous plants. They showed that water fleas swim more slowly and develop lateral spines in the presence of the aquatic plant Utriculary (vesicles). It seems that both ...

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The Terrible Podcast – Talking Steelers Stadium Name Change, Arhibong Retirement, 90 of 30 Player Previews and More

Season 12, Episode 149 of The Terrible Podcast is now in the box. In this Tuesday morning episode, Alex Kozora and I discuss Monday’s news of Heinz Field’s renaming to Acrisure Stadium. We spend a lot of time on this subject and try to look at the decision from several angles. Pittsburgh Steelers defensive lineman Daniel Archibong has decided to ...

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3 apps to try today – a collection tracker, RSS checker and text reader

Source: iMore What do you want to know We’re highlighting three great apps that we think people should check out this weekend. Read is a great RSS reader for iPhone and iPad, while Classifier is an app to help people keep track of their collections. Speech Central is for people who just prefer to listen to text rather than read ...

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The Terrible Podcast – Talking Steelers HOF Semifinalists, Najee Harris Touches, Baker Mayfield Trade, 90-In-30 Player Previews & More

Season 12, Episode 148 of The Terrible Podcast is now in the box. In this Friday morning episode, which was taped late Thursday night, Alex Kozora and I discuss directly the Cleveland Browns trading quarterback Baker Mayfield to the Carolina Panthers on Wednesday. We also discuss the Browns’ situation with quarterback Deshaun Watson and more. It was announced Thursday that ...

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How to find, read and organize documents

Many researchers find it difficult to keep up to date with all the papers they need to read.Credit: Getty “I’ll read it later,” I thought to myself as I added another paper to my 100+ open browser tabs. Of course, I didn’t read it later. I was in my first year of doctorate, having just joined my thesis laboratory. It ...

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The Moral Case for Renewables with Andrew Dessler – What Bitcoin Has Done

Andrew Dessler is a professor of atmospheric science at Texas A&M University. In this interview, we discuss the established science of climate change, the polarization of the climate change debate, our need for more energy, and the inevitability of the wind and solar grid market. – – – – In April, WBD interviewed Alex Epstein who said humans need access ...

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New Zoning Name – Neighborhood Residential Zones

On December 15, 2021, Mayor Durkan signed Order 126509which changes the name of “Single-Family” zones to “Neighborhood Residential” zones. The Seattle Land Use Code and official zoning maps divide the city geographically into zoning districts (eg, single-family residential, multi-family residential, commercial, industrial, etc.). Ordinance 126509 implements the new zonal name by dividing the neighborhood’s residential zones into four zones, based ...

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Verizon offers faster connections to 64 Native

WASHINGTON, June 28, 2022 (GLOBE NEWSWIRE) — Verizon announced that it will provide enhanced connectivity to approximately 80 Bureau of Indian Education (BIE) schools run by Native American tribes on 64 reservations in 13 states. Verizon’s network investment across various tribal lands is expected to lead to reliable, high-speed Internet service and connected devices for thousands of students. The work ...

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Sequencing the genome of a voracious desert locust

The first high-quality genome of the Desert Locust – those voracious eaters of plague and infamy of devastation and the world’s most destructive migratory insect – has been produced by scientists at the United States Department of Agriculture’s Agricultural Research Service . The locust genome (Schistocerca gregaria) is huge at just under 9 billion base pairs, nearly three times the ...

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The excellent Unread 3 gains its own RSS sync service and more

Source: Golden Hill Software If you’re someone who needs to keep tabs on the latest happenings on the Internet, you’re probably already familiar with RSS. Unread is a great way to follow and read RSS feeds on iPhone and iPad – and with Unread 3 it’s better than ever thanks to the integration of an all-new sync service. This synchronization ...

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Mailbag: Is the Eagles’ second offensive line better than all the first-team lines around the NFL?

In our Eagles chat Monday, there were questions we couldn’t answer in time or other questions we answered but could use more color. And so, let’s do a mailbag post to answer some of the spillovers, as well as some frequently asked questions on Twitter and email. Question from RKotite: Let’s remove the planned starting five of Jordan Mailata, Landon ...

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Phillies bring in former overall first pitcher Mark Appel

It’s been a long time coming for Mark Appel. A right-handed pitcher who was the No. 1 pick in the 2013 MLB draft at Stanford, Appel was eventually called up to the major leagues. With Connor Brogdon put on COVID IL, the organization promoted Appeal of AAA Lehigh Valley. Naturally, Phillies fans and Appel himself are delighted with the news: ...

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Researchers successfully synthesize carbon quantum dots from brewery waste

For several years now, spent grain, cereal residue from breweries, has been reused in animal feed. From now on, this material could also be used in nanotechnology! The team of Professor Federico Rosei from the National Institute for Scientific Research (INRS) has shown that microbrewery waste can be used as a carbon source to synthesize quantum dots. The work, carried ...

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The Terrible Podcast – Talking Steelers Contracts With Joel Corry, Camp Player Previews, Danny Smith Comments, Reader Emails & More

Season 12, Episode 142 of The Terrible Podcast is now in the box. In this Friday morning episode, Alex Kozora and I get to talk more about the Pittsburgh Steelers who signed safety Minkah Fitzpatrick to a four-year contract extension that now makes him the highest paid player in his position. We discuss contract details, the team’s current salary cap ...

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U.S. Coast Guard Sector North Carolina encourages sailors to subscribe to receive boating hazard updates

US Coast Guard Station Hatteras Inlet. Photo by Joy Christ. The U.S. Coast Guard Navigation Center (NAVCEN) has expanded the availability of near real-time maritime safety information to include all U.S. waterways to provide mariners with timely updates and warnings about a variety of hazards for browsing. Through a free, web-based subscription management system called GovDelivery, mariners can now select ...

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The Terrible Podcast – Talking Steelers signs S Minkah Fitzpatrick to contract extension and more

Season 12, Episode 141 of The Terrible Podcast is now in the box. In this Wednesday night emergency episode, Alex Kozora and I get to talk about the Pittsburgh Steelers signing safety Minkah Fitzpatrick to a four-year contract extension that now makes him the highest-paid player. at his post. We talk about the currently known details of the Fitzpatrick contract ...

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Designing Protective Suits for Hardworking Bacteria

Every day, chemical factories produce a wide range of products that will be extremely difficult to do without in a modern society; everything from drugs like insulin and antibiotics to fertilizers. The basis of these products is often bacteria, which can produce chemicals and drugs efficiently while generating no toxic side products, thus appealing to the environment and sustainability. A ...

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iHeart’s Conal Byrne: Subscriptions won’t solve a problem that doesn’t exist. | Daily News Podcast

Even though more and more podcast apps offer the ability to trade in a credit card for an ad-free listening experience, iHeartRadio remains a barrier to subscription podcasting. That’s unlikely to change anytime soon. Conal Byrne, CEO of iHeartMedia Digital Audio Group, says in an op-ed that offering consumers the ability to pay for media that has always been free ...

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Vivaldi’s Web Browser Brings Internet Communications Suite to Life with Email and RSS Features

Source: Pocketnow In the late 1990s, when you installed a web browser, you didn’t just have a web browser. With Internet Explorer 4 and Netscape Communicator 4, you will get a suite of internet-connected products. That’s partly because the internet isn’t just the web. There is a large ecosystem of Internet protocols that do not require a web browser. With ...

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Your Google Chrome set will change forever! Benefits cover Discover, RSS; check now

The new Google Chrome tab page is getting a design update and it will be completely different from what it was before in order to increase the visibility of Discover and RSS. Check out the benefits below. It looks like Google Chrome will be making some major design changes to its Android browser soon. Google is usually hesitant to make ...

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The Terrible Podcast – Talking Steelers D-Line Post Tuitt Retirement, Free Agents, 2014 Draft Class, OTA Recap, Listener Questions and more

Season 12, Episode 137 of The Terrible Podcast is now in the box. In this Friday episode, Alex Kozora and I take a quick look at the retirement of Pittsburgh Steelers defensive end Stephon Tuitt earlier this week. We go over some things said by a few of the team’s other defensive linemen about Tuitt’s decision and more. With Tuitt ...

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Verizon Business bolsters product and marketing groups with

BASKING RIDGE, NJ, June 03, 2022 (GLOBE NEWSWIRE) — Verizon Business today announced the appointment of Debika Bhattacharya as Chief Product Officer, Verizon Business, and Iris Meijer as Senior Vice President of Business Marketing and Revenue Operations, Verizon Business. Both executives cite customer focus as a top priority for their new roles. “It’s exciting to take on responsibility for the ...

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The 4 Best Free RSS Readers

If you’ve spent a lot of time browsing the Internet, you probably realize that there are just too many websites to check on a regular basis. RSS readers can help solve this problem by condensing your online browsing into a single feed, but how do you know which RSS reader to go with? Whether you’re new to RSS feeds or ...

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Researchers show dynamic soaring isn’t just for albatrosses

The new study published today in Scientists progress proves that it’s not just albatrosses that perform the aerobatics needed for spirited flight over the windy ocean. Research shows that elegant seabirds called Manx shearwaters perform the same flight feat in the seas around the UK. The albatross glides in a corkscrew motion to harvest energy from the wind gradient on ...

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Episode 295 – Let’s Be National

To share Tweeter To share To share E-mail Highlights from this week’s show. We quickly go through the best and worst of FC Cincinnati’s days before Boston, Bryan, Jeremy and Rob head out into the big USMNT game. We are joined by one of our favorite national team correspondents Adnan Ilyas, from Stars ...

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Achieve success with the future of ad exchanges [Podcast]

Achieve success with the future of ad exchanges [Podcast]

Are you constantly looking for ways to optimize your ad spend? Do you dream of a high ROI paid advertising future? We have great news — The future is now. Big changes are on the horizon and we know how to amplify your advertising potential into high-quality leads. John Lee, Microsoft Ads Evangelism Manager at Microsoft, joined me on the ...

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Troy Anderson talks effective peer support following mass shooting

Download this week’s episode at Apple podcast, Amazon Music, embroiderer, Spotify or through RSS feed. Following the tragic shooting at Sandy Hook Elementary School in Newtown, Connecticut on December 14, 2012, Troy Anderson led the Connecticut State Police CISM teams that were deployed to the scene and responsible for intervening and doing debriefings for affected members of the state. Police, ...

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Sometimes a loss is just a loss, sometimes it’s more

Share Tweeter Share Share E-mail Highlights from this week’s show. In this episode, Coach and Justin watch FC Cincinnati’s home loss to the New England Revolution. Did Pat Noonan get the tactics wrong? What did New England do to confuse the FCC offense? The guys also ask if it’s time to change the ...

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Denali National Park and Preserve

Walter Harper, photo courtesy of NPS The view from the spotting scope of a busy day on the headwall, photo courtesy of NPS Photo, Chris Erickson Tucker Chenowith ice climbing, photo courtesy of NPS Photo, Kakiko Ramos-Leon View from tents at 14,200ft camp looking up at Mount Foraker, photo courtesy of Menno Boermans. Denali, by Emily ...

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Two pathogens linked to salmon health and survival

Many wild salmon populations in British Columbia have experienced significant declines over the past three decades. New UBC research released today can help point the way to better protection for wild salmon. The study, led by UBC forestry faculty member Arthur Bass, and using data generated by the Strategic Salmon Health Initiative, assessed dozens of pathogens in thousands of Chinook ...

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Reviews | Why Jeff Bezos’ anti-Biden tweets are so dumb

Although Bezos has every right to tweet, it still doesn’t explain why a man who personally owns the capital’s official newspaper, the Washington Postwhose Amazon spends more on lobbying than any other tech companywho has historically spoken frequently with the newspaper’s editor and editorial page editor, would feel the need to campaign for his business interests with Twitter’s dumb brevity ...

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Nothing Can Stop Iowa: The Navy’s GOAT Battleship

The ASU Iowa can certainly lay claim to the title of the most historic and powerful battleship to ever sail for many reasons. Longevity would definitely be a big reason why. Nicknamed the “Big Stick,” the battleship USS Iowa earned its nickname by serving valiantly and earning 11 battle stars during World War II, the Korean War, and the Cold ...

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Already the embryo is changing — and swallowing — its teeth — ScienceDaily

From embryo to turtle cracker: A team led by paleobiologist Julia Türtscher from the University of Vienna has studied the multiple changes in the shape of teeth in the tiger shark. The study, recently published in the Anatomy Journalis also central to drawing conclusions about extinct species from the myriad of shark teeth preserved in the field of paleontology. The ...

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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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