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How to look at the democratic national convention

The Democratic National Convention will formally nominate the Democratic candidate for the 2020 presidential election, with former Vice President Joe Biden scheduled to speak on the last day of the conference. But this convention is likely to look very different from most other years, as the coronavirus pandemic has forced the Democratic Party to hold its event – usually a …

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How to save money when grilling this summer

Chowhound In the United States, almost 50% of consumers whose jobs have been affected – or who are paid less – are as a result coronavirus pandemic, still plan to cook outdoors often when summer hits. This is according to a report from the NPD group, which is one of the largest market research companies in the world. The purpose …

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How to change your name and add a photo to Zoom

If you have used Zoom to work from home in recent months, the name you are identified by in the lower left corner may not be what you prefer. Maybe it’s your email instead of your name, or it’s in lower case, or it’s the middle name you always hated. Anyway, it’s easy to change your zoom name – and …

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10 hidden Galaxy Note 20 features you do not want to miss

Note 20 has many tricks up its sleeve. Jessica Dolcourt / CNET Samsung Galaxy Note 20 and Note 20 Ultra looks like amazing phones, like Early impressions from CNET’s Jessica Dolcourt seem to confirm. Like Jessica, I have used Not 20 Ultra, which provides a larger screen, a faster refresh rate, a larger battery and a microSD card slot for …

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How to send new apps directly to the app library on iPhone

Khamosh pathak When you hide a page from your iPhone’s home screen, your handset automatically starts sending all new app downloads to the App Library. But what if you want to do this without editing the layout on the home screen? App Library is Apple’s own brand on Android’s applause. It is a single screen that shows all the apps …

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A History and Memoir – CloudSavvy IT

If you use Linux or Unix, you want to read this interview with Brian Kernighan about the origins of Unix, from his book ‘Unix: A History and a Memoir.’ Unix: A History and a Memoir I went to university in 1990 and quickly discovered SunOS Unix in our computer lab on campus. I was directly connected. Unix had a command …

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