Category: Noteworthy (page 1 of 58)

Celebrate Earth Day!

This year’s Earth Day Network campaign is Protect Our Species, which aims to educate and raise awareness about the accelerating rate of extinction of millions of species. It also seeks to build a global movement that embraces nature... Read More

Netflix considering random play button

Odds are you’ve watched your favorite show on Netflix enough times to pick up on the overarching plot no matter what episode you’re watching. Of course, you can manually choose an episode at “random,” but that takes a lot of... Read More

Microsoft reveals Gears of War eSports TV series

eSports! During their Inside Xbox briefing Microsoft unveiled a new six-part documentary called ELeague Gears Summer Series: The Bonds and Betrayals of Brotherhood. It’s actually part tournament, part drama; and will begin airing on TBS on... Read More

Business Vs. Family: Tips For A Successful Balance

Almost everybody bemoans the difficulties in trying to maintain a healthy balance between family and work.  But for entrepreneurs, the inability to find that balance is not just unhealthy, it can result in the failure of both the business and the loss... Read More

How to Be Savvy When it Comes to Coupon Codes

No one likes to overpay when they’re shopping, or paying for anything for that matter. Therefore, it’s essential to have smart shopping strategies. We’re going to look at how you can become a savvy shopper using coupon codes. While... Read More

Is Troubleshooting A Lost Art?

Let’s talk about perseverance under pressure. The way you handle yourself in the heat of battle is a determining factor of success in our industry. How do you react when things suddenly and most unexpectedly go awry? Do you explode into full-blown... Read More

Test your ‘Game of Thrones’ knowledge

The first seven seasons of “Game of Thrones” introduced countless subplots and characters, many of whom go by several different names and all of whom seem to rock a beard. The citizens of the Seven Kingdoms drop like flies and sometimes... Read More

STAR WARS: The Rise Of Skywalker – New Trailer

Today, Director/Writer J.J. Abrams and Producer Kathleen Kennedy were joined by stars Daisy Ridley, John Boyega, Kelly Marie Tran, Oscar Isaac, Billy Dee Williams, Naomi Ackie, Joonas Suotamo and Anthony Daniels, and droids BB-8 and D-0, for a... Read More

Avengers: Endgame – latest clip

Earth’s Mightiest Heroes split into teams to complete a series of missions in this new look at Avengers: Endgame. The new promo clip includes several new scenes/images and offers insight into how the Avengers go about their... Read More

Tips for How to Get Cheap Car Insurance

Get a car that’s cheap to cover. Certain car models cost more to insure than others. Cars that are safer and cost less, like minivans and SUVs, are cheaper to insure than expensive, fast sports cars.Be on your best behavior. Safe drivers... Read More

6 Weeks to a Better Lawn

If your lawn’s spring rebirth is less than glorious thanks to weeds, dead spots and lackluster color, now is the time to shape it up. During your lawn’s spring growth spurt, it responds quickly to your improvement efforts. But don’t... Read More

How Long You Should Store Foods in the Fridge

These guidelines give you an idea how long you can safely store different types of food in the refrigerator—and when something is past its prime and ready for the trash can. Dairy and Egg Cheese, hard: 2 to 3 weeks Cheese, soft: 1 to 2... Read More

10 Easy Ways to Get a Dose of Vitamin N(ature) in Just 10 Minutes

A growing body of scientific evidence proves getting outside (i.e. being an “outsider”) is good for our health and well-being. Exploring and appreciating nature – in our own backyards, community parks and school yards – reduces stress,... Read More

The Right Way to Store Food in a Refrigerator

We all know it’s best to refrigerate food to slow bacteria growth, but many people don’t know where to store different foods in the refrigerator to keep them at their best.  The temperature varies in your refrigerator, with the coldest... Read More

Spring Forward for Daylight Saving Time

The clock will jump forward an hour for most Americans on Sunday, March 10 — at 2 a.m. to be exact. The annual change allows people to have an extra hour of daylight after their work or school activities in the warmer months. But it can... Read More

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