Category: Noteworthy (page 2 of 65)

Keep Your Germs to Yourself During Cold & Flu Season

It’s a familiar story: You wake up with a sore throat, fever and fatigue. Yet despite your best efforts to stay well, you now have a cold or flu virus. You want to spend all day under the covers, but carpool schedules, project deadlines and a... Read More

Ditch traditional batteries, this 4-pack of rechargeable AAs is $13 – @tenavolts

Nanfu Direct (100% positive lifetime feedback) via Amazon is offering the TENAVOLTS Rechargeable Battery Charger with 4 2775mWh AA Rechargeable Batteries for $12.99 Prime shipped when you use the code D8JZSMK2 at checkout.... Read More

Teens & E-cigarettes – vaping isn’t risk free

Nicotine in electronic cigarettes may be responsible for turning teens into regular smokers and vapers. Researchers surveyed 181 high school students from Los Angeles who vaped. Those who used e-cigs with higher nicotine concentrations were more likely... Read More

8 Auto Insurance Terms You Need to Know Before Shopping for a Policy

Shopping for your first auto policy can be overwhelming. Especially since it can be difficult to parse through the difficult and obscure insurance lingo as you acquire your quotes. Here are eight auto insurance terms you should keep an... Read More

Apple Music Adds Live Radio Station Streams For Android Users

Apple Music is now available via desktop and laptop computers with the launch of a new web app, bypassing the need to download iTunes to access music found on the platform. The streaming music service is also providing access to more than 100,000... Read More

How to Find Your Local Shelters

While sheltering in place may be a good option in certain emergencies such as being outside the immediate area of a local train derailment with a chemical spill, sometimes leaving your home is a safer option. For example, in extreme weather events... Read More

Do I Really Need a Readiness Plan?

When an emergency happens, and your loved ones are in different locations, you all need to know what to do, where to go, and how to communicate. It is entirely possible that your mobile phone could die, power could be out to recharge, or the cell... Read More

Protecting Yourself and Your Stuff While on Vacation

Vacation may be a time to relax, but don’t let your guard down and lose your wallet. These 10 tips can help protect you from an unexpected loss the next time you travel: 1. Prepare for the unknown. Travel insurance helps protect your trip... Read More

Impact Wrestling To Partner With AAA For Event In New York City

The world’s premier Mexican pro wrestling organization, Lucha Libre AAA, announced today that it has engaged IMPACT Wrestling, a subsidiary of Anthem Sports & Entertainment, to promote the LUCHA INAVDES NY event to be held in... Read More

How to watch the #SticksAndStones hidden epilogue

Dave Chappelle’s newest comedy special, Sticks and Stones, hit Netflix this week. It’s his fifth for the streaming giant, and the first to be released alone — the other four were released in pairs. You may have already seen it, but... Read More

Solar Energy Pros and Cons

Advantages of Solar Energy 1. Solar is a proven technology. The history of photovoltaic solar power began with scientific experimentation during the late 1800s. The first PV silicon cell capable of converting the sun’s energy into... Read More

Your Response To The Invitation Cannot Be Sent

Do you get this iOS Calendar error popup constantly? The error message says: “Calendar Invitation. Your response to the invitation cannot be sent” (see the image above). You tap OK but a few minutes later this pops up again? It is highly... Read More

Microsoft Contractors Listened to Xbox Owners in Their Homes

Microsoft is making the news for hiring humans to listen to conversations. This time, Vice has revealed that the company’s contractors listened to Xbox conversations too, all in the name of improving the console’s AI... Read More

Online daters are posing with dogs that aren’t theirs—and folks feel deceived.

Move aside breadcrumbing, there’s a new term that’s made its way into the dating vernacular: dogfishing. Dogfishing is when online daters pose with adorable pets—typically dogs—that aren’t theirs. The term was coined earlier this... Read More

12 Family Vacation Tips

Family vacations can simultaneously be fun and tiring, exciting and exhausting. If you want your family vacation to fun-packed, you will need to meticulously plan all the minute details to make sure you haven’t missed out anything. Even if you... Read More

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