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Alex Zakrevsky, CEO of Allroll, reflects on some of the most curious TV-related metamorphoses on the annual World Television Day. The post TV or not TV? That is the question: Insights on World Television Day appeared first on ClickZ.
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A winning meal on MasterChef must be so delicious, so tantalizing the judges would want to eat it every day. How can you do that to keep readers consuming your blog posts? Here’s a step-by-step recipe. Continue reading → The post Whip Up a Tantalizing Blog Post With These 9 Ingredients appeared first on Content Marketing Institute.
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The United States Federal Trade Commission announced an agreement with Zoom to fix security issuesThe post FTC Agreement Requires Zoom to Improve Security via @martinibuster appeared first on Search Engine Journal.
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Five days before the election, the 8th Circuit Court of Appeals ruled that late absentee ballots must be separated from those received by Election Day.
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The founder of Tiger 21 told Business Insider that 66% of its investor network predicts a Biden win — and they're bolting to cash like never before.
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The short Temple of Darkness tale will see you team up with Yoda.
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A week ago, an update to the YouTube Android app was released, which took many users by surprise with the changed rewind gesture. Now, the ... The post Google has updated the Youtube app with a lot of new features appeared first on Gizchina.com.
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The RTX Titan struggled with 8K gaming – can the RTX 3090 turn things around?
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Apple's latest MacBook Air starts at $850 on Amazon Prime Day 2020. It's the best Prime Day deal we've seen on this laptop so far.
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Stimulus progress is the "only thing that matters this week" as recovery gauges moderate and the window to pass a bill closes, El-Erian said.
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Voting in a pandemic isn't simple, and there's a lot of misinformation out there. We debunk top myths about the Nov. 3 election. TL;DR: Voting by mail is safe and secure.
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Kate Garraway has shared the poignant reason that gardening has become a comfort to her while her husband remains in hospital.The Good Morning Britain star’s husband, Derek Draper, was taken to intensive care in March after contracting Covid-19, where he was placed in an induced coma.Derek has been in hospital since then, and Kate has regularly updated viewers about his condition while appearing on GMB.During a new interview on Gardeners’ World, set to air on Friday night, Kate speaks about how gardening has given both herself and her two children Darcey and Billy, a sense of hope throughout their ordeal. “It was rather sad because the radishes came, they’re one of Derek’s favourite vegetables, and we ate them and he still wasn’t better,” Kate explained.“So I then thought, we’ve got to go more long-term, planting things that were going to take longer to bear fruit.“And I’d say, ‘Dad will be better [by the time they grow]’... And of course now that it’s been so long, we’ve got a huge basket of bulbs, so that when dad comes home, the place will be full of colour.”She continues: “When you’re living day-to-day on a knife edge, doing something that gives you a future just helps with a sense of progress, where there is actually none from the direct situation.”“You don’t plant something unless you believe it’s going to come up, so by planting something and believing Derek will see it when it comes up, that gives us a sense of future,” Kate adds.Back in August, Kate fought back tears as she revealed to GMB viewers that her co-presenter Charlotte Hawkins had recently gifted her with a rose bush, which came to flower on Derek’s 53rd birthday.In the last week, Kate has repeatedly criticised Donald Trump amid his comments about coronavirus, following his own Covid-19 diagnosis.On Thursday, Kate admitted she was stunned by the US president’s suggestion that him having contracted coronavirus was a “blessing”, stating: “You can’t say something’s a blessing when more than 200,000 people in your own country and more than a million worldwide have died from it.“It’s not the way we hope our elected representatives feel. You’d hope they can sense the horror before they actually go through it.”Gardeners’ World airs on Friday nights at 9pm on BBC Two.READ MORE: 'It's Heartbreaking': Kate Garraway Blasts Donald Trump Over His Latest Coronavirus Advice Dominic West Apologised To Kate Garraway After Comments About Trump's Coronavirus Diagnosis 'You Don't Want This In Your Life': Kate Garraway Makes Impassioned Plea To Follow Coronavirus Guidelines
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If there’s anything more annoying than Netflix’s habit of canceling shows after only a couple of seasons, it’s the “Still watching?” prompt that seems to appear every couple of episodes. The prompt requires users to select a button to resume the content, helping ensure that shows aren’t streaming to an empty room. The only problem? This disrupts the viewing experience … Continue reading
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AT&T moves ahead on DirecTV sale despite low offers, seeks second round of bids.
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Centripetal Networks uses lawsuit against Switchzilla. It's super effective Cisco has been hit with a massive $1.9bn patent-infringement bill for copying cybersecurity tech from Centripetal Networks and pushing the company out of lucrative government contracts.…
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Shipments of consumer goods led the jump in imports and hit a record high as companies prepared for holiday-season spending.
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If you've got the money and a fondness for the most prestigious club competition in the sport, this could be for you.
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