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OnePlus Nord 2 is now receiving the stable update to Android 12

We’re used to seeing newer smartphones receiving big Android updates before their predecessors, but OnePlus went an entirely different way with the Nord line. The original Nord got its Android 12 update about a couple of weeks ago, while its successor, the Nord 2, is only starting to receive it now, after having gone through a couple of Open Betas. The first one of those was ... Read More »

ISO 45003 – is this a game changer for Psychological Health and Safety ?

The workplace is constantly striving to know what ‘good’ looks like and when we start working with a client this is often front of mind for workplace mental health.  Probe a bit deeper, we find that behind this question is often a desire for a roadmap, checklist or do’s and don’t’s. ISO 45003 is an occupational health and safety (OH&S) ... Read More »

Support for Africa’s Vaccine Production is Good for the World

The start of a new year is often a time to reflect and reassess. As the pandemic stretches into its third year, apprehension over the health crisis and the associated economic uncertainties is proving hard to shake. So, for anyone hoping to restore their sense of optimism, I have a simple recommendation: Consider Africa In early December, I travelled to ... Read More »

BLOGGING VS SOCIAL MEDIA: WHAT’S THE DIFFERENCE AND WHY BLOGGING IS BENEFICIAL

So what is the difference between a blog and a social media post? blogging vs social media posting is something that is often questioned in the world of content marketing. Blogs and social media posts are not the same. Blogs focus on long-form content while social media is more of a short, concise way to connect with your audience. This blog post will detail ... Read More »

Glasgow climate summit | Coal ‘phase-down’ is a right, says Environment Minister

A day after the 26th United Nations Conference of Parties (COP) in Glasgow ended on Saturday, Union Environment Minister Bhupender Yadav, in a personal blog, dwelt on India’s last-minute intervention that played a key role in the final text of the agreement that called for coal to be “phased down” rather than “phased out”. “Fossil fuels and their use have ... Read More »

The SFUSD Board Recall Election is Set. We Revisit Student Voices

3 members of the San Francisco Unified School District Board of Education will be facing a recall vote in February. The special election encompasses a whole host of polarizing issues in the district: in-person learning, the admissions policy at Lowell High School, the effort to rename schools, a series of 2016 tweets by Commissioner Alison Collins, and more. Throughout these ... Read More »

What is a Blog? – Definition of Terms Blog, Blogging, and Blogger

Do you know what a blog is? If you don’t, then you’ve come to the right place. In 1994, when blogs began, a blog was more of a personal diary that people shared online. In this online journal, you could talk about your daily life or share about things that you were doing. Then, people saw an opportunity to communicate ... Read More »

New Game Gear, ‘Fog Gaming’ Reveal, What Is SEGA Doing?

For a week or so, gamers have been speculating about big SEGA news being teased in Famitsu for release tomorrow, and they have had some…big ideas. The concepts have ranged from Microsoft partnering with SEGA to rebrand the Xbox Series X in Japan, to Google buying SEGA outright and snapping up their properties for Stadia content. According to a new ... Read More »

The secret weapon of a hardcore mobile gamer is a guild of grandmas

When I was a teenager, I spent hours upon hours building friendships in World of Warcraft. We went on raids, hung out on voice chat, and even met in real life. They were tangible, solid connections with other people — some of which I still hold to this day. Mobile games like Homescapes want to mimic this structure: Players are instructed to join ... Read More »

Public Health Threat Of Measles Is Far From Over

28 August 2019, Lower Saxony, Hanover: A pediatrician vaccinates a one-year-old child in the thigh DPA/PICTURE ALLIANCE VIA GETTY IMAGES In 2018, the global resurgence of measles began in earnest. Worldwide, deaths attributed to measles topped 140,000. In 2019, the pace of spread of measles accelerated, as the numbers of cases rose considerably compared to 2018. It is likely that once ... Read More »