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How to throw a karaoke party at zoom

Are you Kind of person who finds catharsis singing badly in front of friends and strangers? Do you bottle all the emotions of your stressful days and unleash them in an exaggerated and disgruntled performance? Do you really wish you could sing and yell into a microphone now as the world around you goes wildly out of control? If you …

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Baratza Vario-W Review: A grinder for the Serious Coffee Brewer

My coffee grinder is one of my most consistent and loyal kitchen companions. After reading reviews, I added a Baratza Encore to our wedding registry, and after eight years of intensive daily use, it still chugs away. At most I wonder if it’s time to send it in for a well-deserved renovation. My caffeine ritual is one that other grinder …

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Beware of the high promises of the Covid 19 tracker apps

Since the world Mobile apps have started their fight against the Covid-19 outbreak. Mobile apps have promised to do everything: precisely identify infections, predict who has the highest risk, find out how long the virus will survive on surfaces, estimate the proportion of asymptomatic carriers, use medical resources in a targeted manner, prevent people from being exposed the list continues. …

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7 great bill splitting apps: Splitwise, Venmo and more

Good things are coming in large packages, such as ordering an ox directly from the local farmer or combining your grocery shopping in the neighborhood into a large Costco run. But figuring out who owes what can be a spreadsheet nightmare. Fortunately, we’ve put together seven of our favorite apps so you can avoid hoarding receipts forever. If you need …

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Why people freak out when they get lost

One day in In October 2015, a forest surveyor working in a dense forest near Mount Redington, Maine came across a collapsed tent hidden in the undergrowth. He noticed a backpack, some clothing, a sleeping bag and in the sleeping bag he suspected a human skull. He took a picture, then hurried out of the forest and called his boss. …

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How NASA certified new spacecraft as safe enough for humans

During the design process, NASA and its contractors also had to agree on a flight test program to demonstrate that each spacecraft was functioning as intended. In some tests, NASA let companies decide how to do it. For example, SpaceX and Boeing had to demonstrate that their spaceship could cancel a mission in an emergency and bring its crew to …

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Spatial’s VR meeting rooms are now open to everyone

Other corporate customers, according to Loewenstein, use Spatial as permanent war rooms, in which people meet once or twice a week for virtual check-in. Now that Spatial is opening up for free and becoming more accessible, Loewenstein hopes that even more people will use the platform to connect for a variety of reasons. Some people already use Spatial to teach …

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The first shot: In the fast lane of the Covid vaccine

This is where your B and T cells, the problem solvers and soldiers of the adaptive immune system, come into play. Every day, these cells go through their own form of natural selection: they randomly develop and recombine to produce billions of antibodies, receptors in various patterns, each of which represents a possible match with dangers that your body has …

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Twitter makes it easier to display quote tweets in the iOS app

Twitter today announced a new feature for its iOS app that makes retweets easier to recognize with comments that tweet authors often go unnoticed. On iPhone and iPad, all retweets with comments are displayed in a list, which you can access by tapping a tweet and then selecting the “Retweets” option. Retweets are organized in retweets without a comment and …

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