I suppose there must have been some magic in my trip to Florida last week. The gloomy weather followed me, at least for a day or so, while the snow white fields of Gossypium dried and fluffed so the pickers could roll again. Though I have only been back a few days, it looks as if our first “cold” front of the fall will be pushing southward bringing our rain chances back up probably around the time you are reading this. If the rains followed me once, then maybe I can take it away again for the black hills of South Dakota is where I’m off to next. I wish I was taking weapon of stick and string with me, but alas, my laptop and cellular device will be the main tools of use this week. That’s right, another meeting unless we can con some of the bosses into taking a little time off to chase some pheasants from the brushy draws and fence rows that are so abundant in the mid-west. I will let you know when I return if they approved. A lot of work took place while I was … [Read more...] about Buckeye uses include carrying for luck
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Dustin Racioppi NorthJersey Published 2:13 p.m. UTC Jun 13, 2018 Five months after leaving office and becoming a professional talking head for ABC News, Chris Christie still lists his preferred social media profile as the “official Twitter account of the 55th Governor of New Jersey.” But there is nothing official about it to New Jersey. The state says it does not have access to Christie’s Twitter or Facebook accounts. Nor will it say what email address was used to create it or what is currently used for those accounts. And the state has not archived any of Christie's social media posts and messages, which may be government records since he used social media as official channels to promote policies, stream events and make statements. It's undecided if Christie’s tweets, direct messages and Facebook posts should be considered government records because the state does not have a social media policy for government accounts and no policy on archiving … [Read more...] about Chris Christie is still using his ‘official’ Twitter account. Lawyers say it’s a problem
The company is slated to unveil iOS 12 and its features at its WWDC '18 keynote, which kicks off at 10 a.m.With no hardware announcements planned for next week, Apple will instead focus on addressing recent concerns with device addiction, Bloomberg claims, after the firm was called out earlier this year for the "harmful effect" that its iPhones are having on young people. According to Bloomberg's often-reliable Mark Gurman, iOS 12 - which is set to be revealed at WWDC on Monday - will include a new "Digital Health" settings section.Apple will introduce the technology of "Digital health" (Digital Health) which will include a number of tools that shows users how they use their gadgets and spend time in apps.Apple's CEO Tim Cook sees augmented reality as a game changer. As part of "ARKit2", Apple has been planning a new mode that would allow users to play AR games against each other in the same virtual environment. The tool would monitor how much time you're spending online, among other … [Read more...] about Apple to release software upgrade to moderate iPhone Use
Sections SEARCH Skip to content Skip to site index Style Subscribe Log In Subscribe Log In Advertisement Supported by Jamie Parker, who portrays the grown-up wizard in Broadway’s “Harry Potter and the Cursed Child,” repairs to the archery range on his day off. ByAlexis Soloski May 31, 2018 TheGotham Archery in Chinatown last week. His left hand clutched a hefty bamboo bow, his right one nocked a red-fletched arrow. “This is going to be a story about me hospitalizing some innocent bystander,” Mr. Parker said. Happily, the arrow thunked into its target, a green-spotted ball that really had it coming. “Reparo,” he said. “Reparo” is the mending spell from the Harry Potter books, a collection Mr. Parker, 38, knows inside and out. The star of Broadway’s “Harry Potter and the Cursed Child,” he is up for a best actor Tony for his portrayal of Harry, the boy wizard who … [Read more...] about This Harry Potter Uses a Bow and Arrow. Not a Wand.
Sections SEARCH Skip to content Skip to site index Science Subscribe Log In Subscribe Log In Advertisement Supported by Medical and scientific breakthroughs, some with ethical concerns, are being used to help people. ByKaren Weintraub May 24, 2018 Treating the Entire Patient Rebecca Onie Co-founder and chief executive emerita of Health Leads Rebecca Onie likes to tell the story of a teenage boy who was mysteriously losing weight. His doctor, stumped, huddled with several other caregivers to decide which medical tests to run. Then someone asked the boy a simple question: Are you hungry? It turned out that the teen had been homeless for weeks and had eaten almost nothing. He had been too embarrassed to speak up, but was relieved someone had finally asked. To Ms. Onie, that story offers an example of what is wrong with America’s health care system: It can be so focused on medicine that it misses the social issues that really drive … [Read more...] about Using Medicine and Science to Improve the Quality of Life