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Artists Migrating To The NFT : What’s In It For Them?

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ValueWalk

Every NFT (non-fungible token) that sells for an exorbitant price makes headlines on every corner of the finance World. The “who-buys-what-for-how-much” craze is certainly a thing, and investors, in particular, are looking at this new, cash-hogging manifestation of art with a blend of fascination and skepticism. Q2 2021 hedge fund letters, conferences and more But from an art business perspective, what’s in NFTs for digital artists to make the switch, and how does it compare with the realm of traditional art? The Authenticity MarkDigital art has been around since the second half of the XX cent… Read More “Artists Migrating To The NFT : What’s In It For Them?”

Is Now a Good Time to Start Selling Your Business?

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Due

The COVID-19 pandemic hugely impacted companies in nearly every business sector. The impact forced business owners like you to confront a wide variety of unforeseen challenges. The massive shift to remote work, changing labor market, and new trends in consumer behavior are just a few of the obstacles you might be navigating in 2021 and beyond. If you were thinking about selling your business before the pandemic, you likely put those plans on hold. The health crisis created unprecedented economic uncertainty that kept most would-be sellers from closing deals. However, deal volume is up compared… Read More “Is Now a Good Time to Start Selling Your Business?”

With nearly 800 students in COVID quarantine, N.J. district has no plans to close schools, official says

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NJ.com

The Toms River schools chief on Thursday said COVID-19 cases were headed down after nearly 900 staff and students were quarantined because of possible exposure to the virus three weeks into the school year. The 15,500 student district, which is New Jersey’s sixth-largest, did not mandate masks in non-air conditioned areas at the start of the year, but face coverings have been required since Sept. 20. Toms River Interim Superintendent of Schools Stephen Genco said as of Thursday 791 students were in quarantine, which marks less than 5.5% of the student population and has declined 28% overall si… Read More “With nearly 800 students in COVID quarantine, N.J. district has no plans to close schools, official says”

Wall St slides, S&P 500 posts worst month, quarter since COVID outbreak

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Reuters

By Stephen Culp NEW YORK (Reuters) – Wall Street ended sharply lower on Thursday and the S&P 500 posted its worst month since the onset of the global health crisis, following a tumultuous month and quarter wracked by concerns over COVID-19, inflation fears and budget wrangling in Washington. The U.S. Senate and House approved a stopgap spending bill to keep the government running late in the session, but after a brief market uptick, stocks resumed their decline, dragging even the Nasdaq into the red after trending higher most of the day. “The market’s been resilient, but the risk tied up in th… Read More “Wall St slides, S&P 500 posts worst month, quarter since COVID outbreak”

YouTube faces possibility of being banned in Russia

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BANG Showbiz English

YouTube could soon be banned in Russia. The video-sharing platform has come under fire after the company decided to delete two German-language channels backed by the Russian state. YouTube opted to delete the channel because they violated the platform’s COVID misinformation guidelines – but Roskomnadzor, the Russian media watchdog, has now accused YouTube of censorship. The agency has urged YouTube to restore the channels or run the risk of being banned in Russia. YouTube has tightened its COVID-related guidelines over recent months, following criticism from various quarters. Under the platfor… Read More “YouTube faces possibility of being banned in Russia”

How to Transform your MacBook Screen To Dust-free & Scratch-free?

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TDPel Media

Day by day Apple is taking over the World. The MacBook is one of the popular tech available right now. The popularity is due to the hardware and software design of the MacBook. We all know that Apple is known for its security and also for its operating system, which makes it even more attractive. Even the battery life is much improved compared to another operating system. And, Apple is trying hard to add a lot of features to make it number one. But, the scratches and the dust are unrepairable. No matter how hard you try you cannot avoid this situation. And, if you don’t take a step to clean yo… Read More “How to Transform your MacBook Screen To Dust-free & Scratch-free?”

Get to know the apple’s savoury side with these five dishes

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DPA

Everyone’s familiar with an apple as a quick snack or baked into some sort of dessert; its savoury side, however, is less well-known. Combined with vegetables, fish, risotto or couscous, however, you’ll fall in love with this fruit anew. Experts from Germany’s Federal Centre for Nutrition have five ideas for how you can use apples as part of a savoury meal: – Apple rings baked with goat’s cheese on top are a delicious appetizer. To make them, cut out the core and slice the apple into thick slices, which are placed in a greased baking dish, sprinkled with thyme and pepper, and covered in goat’… Read More “Get to know the apple’s savoury side with these five dishes”

Always look good on a work Zoom call with these make-up tips

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DPA

Throwing on a touch of make-up before jumping on a Zoom call can help you look a little more polished. However, it’s important to adjust your make-up routine a bit for the web cam. Many web cams cast their subject in an unflattering light, magnifying parts of their face they would rather not focus on. Wrinkles covered in powder tend to show up more noticeably for example, says Ricarda Zill, a cosmetics expert for the German Cosmetic, Toiletry, Perfumery and Detergent Association (IWK). It’s a good idea to use powder sparingly around the eyes and sides of the cheeks if you plan to jump on a vid… Read More “Always look good on a work Zoom call with these make-up tips”

Down to the wire? How to make deadlines work best for you

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DPA

People who tend towards procrastination are all too familiar with the advice that they set themselves a deadline. But really, if you’re being honest, it’s hard to take that kind of deadline seriously, because you know that it can be postponed. On the flip side, if you have a tight deadline set by a superior at work, it can cause stress and frustration. This all begs the question: Are deadlines even a useful method for getting things done? Two labour researchers explain the psychology behind deadlines – and how to use them effectively. Final sprint Hannah Schade is a researcher at the Leibniz I… Read More “Down to the wire? How to make deadlines work best for you”

LeBron James Confirms COVID-19 Vaccination On Lakers’ Media Day

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uSports.org

During the Lakers’ media day, LeBron James confirmed that he has received a COVID-19 vaccine after expressing initial skepticism. “Everyone has their own choice to do what they feel is right for themselves and their family and things of that nature,” he said. “I know that I was very skepticism (sic) about it all. But after doing my research and things of that nature, I felt like it was best suited for not only me but my family and my friends. That’s why I decided to do it.” The 19-year veteran also explained he doesn’t feel that it is his place to promote the vaccine. “We are talking about peo… Read More “LeBron James Confirms COVID-19 Vaccination On Lakers’ Media Day”