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  • How the world already prevented far worse warming this century

    How the world already prevented far worse warming this century

    But the virtues of the agreement, ultimately ratified by every country, are more widespread than its impact on the ozone hole. Many of those chemicals are also powerful greenhouse gases. So as a major side benefit, their reduction over the last three decades has already eased warming and could cut as much as 1 ˚C […]

  • Do you actually need to walk 10,000 steps a day?

    Do you actually need to walk 10,000 steps a day?

    When fitness trackers first appeared, suddenly people everywhere were aiming to reach 10,000 steps a day. That works out to about five miles of walking each day. And while some people are successful at achieving that goal, others find it tough to keep up with day after day, leading them to feel unsuccessful and give […]

  • 8 Powerful Ways to Monetize a Blog That Generates Under 1,000 Visitors Per Day

    Can you really make money from blogging? If your blog gets over 10,000 monthly unique visitors, then yes – you can monetize your blog and create a nice revenue stream with it. The real challenge is making money from a blog that generates fewer than 1,000 visitors per day. Just as in life, there are […]

  • Mills College alumnae are split over a lawsuit

    Mills College alumnae are split over a lawsuit

    Yvonne Daniel is dismayed. A dispute between her alma mater, Mills College, and its alumnae association has led to a bitter disagreement about the college’s plans to merge with another university and a lawsuit that is costing both parties money and time. And Daniel has had enough. “When I think about the legal fees that […]

  • RSV Respiratory Illnesses Rising for Babies

    RSV Respiratory Illnesses Rising for Babies

    By Amy Norton HealthDay Reporter TUESDAY, Aug. 17, 2021 (HealthDay News) — While the resurgence of COVID-19 cases in the United States has been dominating the news, an old viral enemy has been making a quieter comeback. In late spring, U.S. pediatric hospitals began reporting an unexpected rise in serious infections caused by respiratory syncytial […]

  • UTAG Agrees To Suspend On-going Strike Action As Gov’t Takes Steps To Discontinue Legal Processes | General News

    UTAG Agrees To Suspend On-going Strike Action As Gov't Takes Steps To Discontinue Legal Processes | General News

    The University Teachers Association of Ghana (UTAG) has agreed to suspend their strike action following a consultative meeting with the government and the National Labour Commission today. The three parties have over the weeks had a rough relationship as the Labour Commission filed legal suit by securing an interlocutory injunction from the High Court to […]

  • White Paper Templates: Our Favorites, How To Create Your Own and a Free Editable Template

    To everything there is a season, and when content marketers need an asset for lead nurturing, they often turn (turn, turn) to white papers. A long-form type of content, white papers can be high-performing assets for all sorts of brand goals, whether customer education, thought leadership or lead generation. However, it takes a lot more […]

  • The Importance Of User Experience In LMSs

    The Importance Of User Experience In LMSs

    The Overlooked Importance Of User Experience In LMSs When it comes to shopping for a learning management system (LMS), the integrations it supports and the reporting features in it (mobile-friendliness, pricing, compatibility, and scalability) often become the primary decisive parameters. While these are indeed important parameters to look for, the user experience (UX) of a […]

  • How to Create Great Email Content

    Ah, email… the internet’s favorite method of communication. Replacing its physical brethren, email was introduced to the world in 1995 and has since been one of the most often used ways of communication for netizens and companies alike. Do you want to send someone a long-form message without it getting lost in the mail? Interested […]

  • How one college president made the call to move classes online

    How one college president made the call to move classes online

    Ellen Junn, president of California State University, Stanislaus, has been tracking COVID-19 in her county with mounting dread. “Every morning, I have a pitter-patter in my heart when I open the data to look at caseloads and deaths,” she said. “I have never seen such a rapid rise.” Since Aug. 1, the test positivity rate in […]