Eric Erikson

Eric Erikson

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Art: Duotrope Duolingo, the popular language learning app, offers a wide variety of languages in its list of courses. While it’s known for teaching well-known tongues such as French, Spanish, and Chinese, it has also added courses in languages that are less widely used, such as Irish, Scottish Gaelic, Hawaiian — and now, as of April 6th, its 40th language: Yiddish. While Yiddish in the US is known more for some of the words that have entered the popular lexicon (“He’s such a schmuck!”), it is actually a full-scale language. An amalgamation of High German, Hebrew, and Aramaic, with a smattering of Slavic languages (and more recently, English), before World War II, it was widely spoken by Jewish communities living throughout Central and Eastern Europe. ... Continue reading…
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Due to increased market volatility, participants are using the sharp rally to book profits.Some investors have dipped into their savings in the past year to meet consumption needs
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The timelines have been reduced after taking into consideration that Application Supported by Blocked Amount (ASBA) has been mandated for all applicants in public issues
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Image: Twitter Twitter is adding stickers to its ephemeral, Snapchat Stories-like Fleets, the social media company announced on Wednesday. Stickers are available for users on both Android and iOS. When you’re making a Fleet, you’ll be able to add stickers by tapping the smiley face icon on the bottom row of your screen. When you do, you’ll see a collection of Twitter-made animated stickers and emoji (the latter of which Twitter calls “Twemoji”). And if you search for something in the search bar at the top of the screen, Twitter will pull up GIFs sourced from Tenor and Facebook-owned Giphy. Your Fleets just got an upgrade.Now you can express yourself in the conversation with stickers. Add GIFs and Twemojis to a Fleet by tapping the icon, on Android... Continue reading…
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The pandemic has changed where we work and how we work— and it's reinforced the need for robust security to protect remote teams, says Jamf CEO Dean Hager.The big move out Hager’s company began working remotely over a year ago in response to the pandemic. In 24 hours, the firm's entire global team switched to working from home. As a tech-focused company, Jamf experienced little business disruption during the  transition. To some extent, this was because the company chose to follow best-practice advice for remote working: Make use of off-premises cloud infrastructure where possible. Migrate all communications from fixed line to mobile and video conferencing. Use the latest technologies — in Jamf’s case (as in 23% of US industry) that meant Macs and iPhones. “My advice to companies who were not ready to go remote a year ago would be to implement these practices now, because remote work is here to stay,” said Hager.To read this article in full, please click here
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The satellite communications company aims to have a total of 648 low-earth orbit (Leo) satellites as part of its plan to deliver high-speed and low-latency broadband services globally
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"RH has outperformed Apple, Amazon, Google, Facebook, Nike, Starbucks, LVMH, Home Depot, Hermes, and just about everyone else, but Tesla."
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A Cantina store, originally geared for dine-in only service, has added a drive-thru lane due to the pandemic. Thirty Go Mobile stores planned by the end of 2021.
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Pet owners who need a robot vacuum to help maintain a clean home might want to take advantage of Best Buy's $700 discount for the bObsweep Bob PetHair Plus.
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Good meditation apps like Headspace and Calm teach how to meditate for beginners and can help calm anxieties and relieve stress, sometimes for free.
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Ransomware attacks have grown by 300% from January 2019 to today, although Spain has a cybersecurity industry with potential. Of all Spanish respondents surveyed by CrowdStrike, 40 companies would have suffered cyberattacks of this type during 2020.
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The demise of surveillance capitalism has been greatly exaggerated.
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You need an Apple Watch Series 3 or later to subscribe to Apple Fitness Plus, but you won't necessarily need it for the workouts.
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Dun, dun, duh Cryptocurrency miners found a way to sidestep Nvidia's anti-mining protections for its RTX 3060 graphics card, and craft coins to their hearts' content.…
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You can get the step-up M1 MacBook Air model for $1,175 and the baseline M1 MacBook Pro $1,150 at Amazon, the best prices we've seen yet for Apple's latest laptops.
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Musk, however, hasn't shared a link for the sale though, and it is unclear what platform he will be using for the sale
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The spread between West Texas Intermediate crude for nearest delivery and its second-month contract is trading in the deepest contango -- a bearish market structure indicating oversupply --since January
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At least one of Liberty’s key suppliers placed stricter credit terms on the business over increase concern about the future of Gupta’s GFG Allaince, the Times of London reported
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As people in the UK were settling down to watch the late evening news on February 28, a fresh news story, quite literally, appeared in the night sky. A large and very bright fireball was seen over southern England and northern France at 21:54 GMT. It was recorded by many doorbell webcams, so it was a very well-observed fireball. More importantly, it was also captured by the automated cameras of the UK Meteor Observation Network and similar networks. Working with colleagues in France and Australia, the meteor-watchers worked out the fireball’s trajectory and determined where the meteorite pieces could be… This story continues at The Next Web
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Pokémon Legends Arceus is coming – here’s everything we know and what we’d like to see.
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