It even entered our vernacular, since the Merriam-Webster and Oxford dictionaries recognize "google" as a verb that means to use Google Search to find information on the internet.Below is an example of how to trigger a Google-constructed AMP story on a search for Michael Jordan.Since the last update, Chrome automatically logs the user on to the browser with their Google account, without asking his opinion, as he had previously deliberately connect, explains the university on his blog. The duration of the video is 1:37 and the video ends with an worldwide thank you from Google in different languages including English, Hindi Spanish and lot more."W$3 e're giving the feed a name that reflects this mission: Discover". It also says that this fresh design will also make exploring interests easier than ever.Google has incorporated Artificial Intelligence to offer smart videos feature called "Featured Videos" card in Google Search. You can still block sites you don't want to see.The more that … [Read more...] about New Features Added to Google Search Engine
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Sections SEARCH Skip to content Skip to site index Politics Subscribe Log In Subscribe Log In Today’s Paper Advertisement Supported by ByJulie Hirschfeld Davis Sept. 26, 2018 President Trump complained on Wednesday that “evil people,” including women in search of fame and fortune, routinely fabricate sexual assault charges against powerful men, and argued that his own experience with such allegations makes him more skeptical of the accusations threatening to bring down Judge Brett M. Kavanaugh, his nominee for the Supreme Court. In a remarkable and rambling 83-minute news conference on the sidelines of the United Nations General Assembly, Mr. Trump was by turns combative, humorous and boastful. He defended Judge Kavanaugh and railed against what he called the “big, fat con job” that he said Democrats were perpetrating to derail the nomination, even as he suggested he could still jettison his pick … [Read more...] about 5 Takeaways From Trump’s News Conference at the United Nations
Lauren Coleman-Lochner, Bloomberg 11:52 am PDT, Thursday, August 23, 2018 As part of a bid to attract younger shoppers to its brands, the Cincinnati-based maker of Tide detergent and Pantene shampoo has applied to trademark LOL, NBD, FML and WTF, which it wants to use in cleaning and air freshening products. less As part of a bid to attract younger shoppers to its brands, the Cincinnati-based maker of Tide detergent and Pantene shampoo has applied to trademark LOL, NBD, FML and WTF, which it wants to use in cleaning and ... more Photo: John Minchillo, STF Industries millennials have killedDon't let their youth and inclusiveness fool you: Millennials are ruining industries daily. Keep clicking to see which businesses are suffering because of millennial spending habits. less Industries millennials have killed Don't let their youth and inclusiveness fool you: Millennials are ruining industries … [Read more...] about WTF?! P&G files to trademark some millennial phrases
The Philadelphia Eagles are holding their first open-to-the-public practice tonight, which means that it’s time for the city to rally behind the team’s push for a second championship. Not that Eagles fans needed us to tell them that — they’re probably already polishing their greased pole climbing skills. But in case you’re just tuning in now, Eagles players certainly had … an eventful off-season. Here are some highlights of what everyone was up to this spring and summer. Carson Wentz and Jason Kelce got married Wentz proposed to his girlfriend, Maddie Oberg, in February after the team’s Super Bowl win. They were married earlier this summer in Bucks County and after Wentz was told that he could kiss his bride, an enthusiastic Eagles fan did the chant from his kayak on Lake Nockamixon. Kelce also got married in April — sans Mummer suit — to Kylie McDevitt. We don’t know if there were any passionate speeches at his … [Read more...] about What has Eagles nation been up to during the off-season?
Easy, Flexible and Smart Wins the Day /EIN News/ -- FUSION 2018, Houston, TX, July 26, 2018 (GLOBE NEWSWIRE) -- National Park College, the fourth largest community college inArkansas, has selected D2L’s Brightspace after an extensive search for a new learning management system (LMS) to serve its population of approximately 3400 credit students annually. Brightspace was selected for several reasons: Ease of Use:When faculty and students tested Brightspace, they found it easier to use, cleaner and more intuitive than other systems. Features:Brightspace offers more features than the competitors without the need to add features at an additional price. Importing Data: Brightspace allows the college to do a clean import of courses with little data cleanup. “Initially, we didn’t want to make a change but the longer we used Brightspace the more we liked it,” said Dr. Donna Kay, Director … [Read more...] about NATIONAL PARK COLLEGE CHOOSES BRIGHTSPACE