Commentary: Averting an education crisis

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Philippine Star

Paco Pangalangan – September 11, 2021 | 2:09pm Last week’s column discussed how the continued closure of schools in the Philippines due to the pandemic could be leading to an education crisis in the Philippines. With the country struggling to stop the surging number of COVID-19 cases, face-to-face classes are still prohibited, and Filipino students still only have distance learning as their option. Given this abrupt shift, access to the internet has become an essential tool for reversing learning loss and delivering quality education. This is also why recent initiatives that have … Read More “Commentary: Averting an education crisis”

Cowboys’ QB Dak Prescott Impresses In Opener Against Tampa

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In his first game in 11 months, Dak Prescott did not disappoint. The Cowboys QB shined in the NFL season opener against the Tampa Bay Buccaneers. Prescott threw for 403 yards and 3 touchdowns in the contest, putting to rest any concern over whether he’d resume playing at the same level before getting hurt. His play was not enough to bring the Cowboys to victory, as Tom Brady commanded a game-winning drive in the last minute of the game, capped by a go-ahead field goal with five seconds remaining. Despite the loss, Cowboys fans should feel very pleased about their QB’s first performance since h… Read More “Cowboys’ QB Dak Prescott Impresses In Opener Against Tampa”

Mission Control partners with University of Kentucky

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Esports Insider

Recreational esports league startupMission Control has announced a strategic partnership with the University of Kentucky. As part of the agreement, Mission Control will provide the University of Kentucky with a strategy and help execute a community esports program for students to get involved in campus activities. The program will be open to students former, present, and future. RELATED: NCRPA partners with Mission Control to launch Esports State Championship Per a release, the Mission Control platform will allow students to seamlessly play, and communicate, with other gamers on campus — allow… Read More “Mission Control partners with University of Kentucky”

Waiting for the Long-Overdue Stock Market Correction

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In his Weekend Reading Notes to investors, while commenting on the long-overdue stock market correction, Louis Navellier wrote: Q2 2021 hedge fund letters, conferences and more The Long-Overdue Stock Market CorrectionThe missing, but long-overdue correction in stocks is probably a factor of the relentless pumping of electronic dollars into the financial system at a rate of $120 billion per month, causing the Federal Reserve balance sheet to rise to $8.349 trillion at last count. The pump rate will likely throttle down by the end of the year – Powell told us so! – so the trillion-dollar questio… Read More “Waiting for the Long-Overdue Stock Market Correction”

Products of the Week: Smart Ray-Bans, Peloton Apparel and Intimacy Vape Pens

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By Logan Mahan Each week, our inbox runneth over with news of gear, apparel and tech releases from around the World. In this feature, we’ll parse through the best of them. Today: a Facebook x Ray-Ban collab, clothes from Peloton and an arousing CBD vape pen. Ray-Ban Stories Smart GlassesWhat’s better than a pair of timeless Ray-Ban Wayfarers? We still say nothing. But if you ask Mark Zuckerberg, that goofy tech overlord would tell you the new smart glasses Facebook has cooked up with Ray-Ban are, in fact, better than the originals. These shades can capture photos and video using two 5MP camera… Read More “Products of the Week: Smart Ray-Bans, Peloton Apparel and Intimacy Vape Pens”