Get The Best Solar Power Gate Openers For Your Property

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Tekraze

Table of Contents [(#) The Best Solar Power Gate Openers For Your Property read belowComponents of solar power gate openerControl Box Actuator RamSolar Panels Solar BatteryHow to choose a solar gate opener?Ease of installationWater-resistanceTemperature rangeSafety features Energy management SummaryThe Best Solar Power Gate Openers For Your Property read belowOpening the gate to park the car becomes tedious in deadly winters. Automatic gate openers eliminate the tiring process of getting in and out of the car. Solar gate openers have become very popular as they are automatic and eco-friendly. … Read More “Get The Best Solar Power Gate Openers For Your Property”

A real treat: Canadian candy company seeks professional taster

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AFP

Montreal (AFP) – The chance to earn an annual salary of Can$100,000 (US$78,000) by tasting more than 3,500 candies, all from the comfort of your couch, sounds like a pretty sweet deal. Candy Funhouse, a Canadian online candy shop, is looking for a “Chief Candy Officer” to lead a team of product taste testers. “Early last year we were looking for Candyologists, our original taste testers and we currently have three on board,” Funhouse spokeswoman Vanessa Janakijevski-Rebelo told AFP. “Now we are on the hunt for our Chief Candy Officer who will guide our Candyologists down the sweetest path poss… Read More “A real treat: Canadian candy company seeks professional taster”

Bueckers’s Injury Is a Crushing Blow to UConn and a Sport

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Sports Illustrated

By Ben Pickman One season after the Huskies were hampered by injuries, their star is already back on the sidelines. Paige Bueckers sat to her coach’s left with a towel draped over her shoulders, fighting back tears. She was minutes removed from walking off the court at Target Center, a mere 10 miles from where she grew up, having lost in the national championship to South Carolina. While her coach, Geno Auriemma, was similarly disappointed in the result, he had watched for 40 minutes as his group was stifled by the Gamecocks’ swarming defense and over-whelming physicality; he knew full well wh… Read More “Bueckers’s Injury Is a Crushing Blow to UConn and a Sport”

Look: Alex Bregman, Wife Reagan Share Big News

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The Spun

By Daniel Bates Just a day after being placed on the paternity list, Astros star third baseman Alex Bregman and his wife, Reagan, welcomed their first child. The 28-year-old was a late scratch from the lineup on Monday night, and the following day, the Bregman’s shared an Instagram photo of their son Knox Samuel Bregman. The MLB’s paternity list offers players three days away from the team, but after Reagan delivered the baby, it was back to work for dad. The two-time All-Star returned to Houston’s lineup for Tuesday night’s home game against the Red Sox and delivered a 2-for-3 performance wit… Read More “Look: Alex Bregman, Wife Reagan Share Big News”

Oh! You Wanted an Early Sooners Season Prediction?

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Prime Time Sports Talk

Oklahoma Sooners football is right around the corner, so grab your popcorn and Coke (or Dr. Pepper), and settle in for a way too early prediction for the upcoming season. The Sooners lost the Big 12 title for the first time in seven seasons, so getting it back will be high on their list of items to accomplish. However, with all the new changes to the program and staff, it is certain to be an exciting time as the Brent Venables era begins. The Spring Game gave us a glimpse of what is to come, and fans could not be more excited. Looking at the schedule, the first three games are non-conference g… Read More “Oh! You Wanted an Early Sooners Season Prediction?”

Takeaways from Washington primary: Herrera Beutler, Newhouse may become rare figures in surviving Trump impeachment vote

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The Seattle Times

SEATTLE — Tuesday night’s initial ballot returns in the Aug. 2 primary carried lessons for Republicans and Democrats as they regroup for the fall general election. A look at four top takeaways: No. 1: Beating Trump impeachment revenge Reps. Jaime Herrera Beutler and Dan Newhouse may be those rarest of figures in the House of Representatives — Republicans who managed to survive their votes to impeach former President Donald Trump. Of the 10 House Republicans who voted to impeach Trump over his incitement of the Jan. 6, 2021 Capitol attack, six have already announced their retirements or been re… Read More “Takeaways from Washington primary: Herrera Beutler, Newhouse may become rare figures in surviving Trump impeachment vote”

Twitter: Arabic anti-LGBTQ campaign goes viral

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Euronews (English)

An anti-LGBTQ campaign named Fetrah is making waves on social media after it urged users to promote the idea that there are only two genders, male and female. Taken from the Arabic word for “human instinct”, Fetrah surfaced after International Pride Month in the Middle East. Its creation follows a number of political controversies particularly in Saudi Arabia where authorities announced a recall of all rainbow-colored toys and clothing for children in Riyadh for “promoting homosexuality”. Designed by three Egyptian marketing professionals who have experience creating marketing campaigns for st… Read More “Twitter: Arabic anti-LGBTQ campaign goes viral”

Are our rights being unknowingly violated by AI and algorithms? ACLU wants to find out.

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NJ.com

Algorithms and artificial intelligence are embedded in daily life, from social media platforms deciding what posts to show us to the type of preventative care we may receive based on our health histories. But what happens when crucial government functions are turned over to algorithms without oversight? “Algorithms absolutely need to subject to public scrutiny,” said Dillon Reisman, an attorney at the New Jersey chapter of the American Civil Liberties Union, which is launching an investigation into how New Jersey state government uses automated decision-making tools. Dubbed the Automated Injus… Read More “Are our rights being unknowingly violated by AI and algorithms? ACLU wants to find out.”

The 9 Best Businesses to Start Over 60

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Due

For those with the itch, starting a business over the age of 60 is entirely doable. Age can give many advantages, including experience and wisdom. Here are 9 retirement business ideas to put that experience to good use. 1. ConsultingConsulting is a favorite business activity among retired seniors. For starters, consulting is perfect for crafting your own hours and rates. After decades of developing expertise in a career, why not put that to good use? Marc Wolfsfeld is a semi-retired IT consultant in West Jordan, Utah. After years of working in his business full-time, he decided to cut back ope… Read More “The 9 Best Businesses to Start Over 60”

How Seattle is building weather-predicting tech to spot heat waves

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The Seattle Times

SEATTLE — Seattle weather was in the sunny 70s in mid-July when weather forecasters saw the heat wave that has driven 90-degree highs last week was on its way. That’s a change from decades past, when heat could hit or miss by surprise. Advances in technology and technique have turned weather into a booming piece of the tech sector with satellites, radars and developments in artificial intelligence. Forecasters today can tell what the weather will be with more accuracy and longer lead times thanks to a much improved system of weather satellites and increasingly complex algorithms. The opportuni… Read More “How Seattle is building weather-predicting tech to spot heat waves”