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    How often do you turn to Google? Every day? Multiple times a day?  If you’re focused on privacy, there are better options. Tap or click for alternatives to Google that work well without gathering so much of your data.  You shouldn't turn to Google, or any other search site, to diagnose symptoms. Tap or click for reasons you should ditch Dr. Google.  When it comes to finding what you want, some tricks make the job easy. Here are 10 Google tips to try.  1. Filter search results by date  Let’s say you’re researching, and you only want to find results from the past five years. If you filter by date, you can make sure old links aren’t clogging your search results.  Here’s what to do. First, type in your phrase. Then, tap on Tools, click on Any Time, and click on Custom range.  Then, a little box called Custom date range will pop up, along with a calendar. You can insert the start and end dates. This way, you're filtering results to ensure you don't get a single search result...
    IT can be tempting to grab a pair of clippers and quickly trim your nails or cut your cuticles, then silently regretting it after making your fingers bleed. But these so-called ‘quick fixes’ are actually doing more harm than good to your nails.  7Maddy has done the nails of countless starsCredit: Nails by mads 7Maddy creates stunning designs for her clientsCredit: Nails by mads We’ve spoken to Celebrity Manicurist Maddy Rooke who revealed the common mistakes people make when cutting and filing their nails.  The nail expert, who shares her incredible work on her Instagram page nails_by_mads, shared her tips to keeping your nails healthy and cold-proof this winter.  The manicurist, who has worked with stars such as Strictly’s Motsi Mabuse, Love Island’s Maura Higgins, and TOWIE’s Gemma Collins, said most people don’t realise the simple mistakes they’re making.  FABULOUS BINGO: GET A £5 FREE BONUS WITH NO DEPOSIT REQUIRED But luckily, she shared her advice.  Maddy said: “I love meeting so many amazing people, and ensuring my clients get creative designs, long lasting results whilst looking after and treating...
    We dads don’t make gifting easy, do we? It seems like every great dad gift idea you come up with, we already have. From practical stuff like socks and ties (and hey, I like a good pair of socks, for the record) to fun stuff like grill tools or board games to sporty stuff like golf clubs and yachts, we dads tend to treat ourselves when we want things. (OK, the yacht thing was a stretch.) So how do you get the best holiday gift for a dad? You get clever. Or you rely on people like me to have done hours of research and polling and reading and put together a list of great gift ideas for dads for 2020. There are a few practical items on here, a few just for fun ideas, and a few wow factor gifts. Because this is your dad we’re talking about (or your father-in-law or the father of your kids or some other dad variation), so maybe going big is the right move – something to show you care and to wrap...
    THE "prime suspect" in the disappearance of college sophomore Miya Marcano is alleged to have told Miya's aunt he was the one authorities were looking for just before he was found dead on Monday. Armando Manuel Caballero, the main suspect in the disappearance and possible death of Valencia College sophomore Marcano, apparently told Marcano's aunt he was the one she was looking for - well before they told people Marcano was missing. 5Marcano's aunt said she had a "weird" encounter with the prime suspect in niece Miya Marcano's disappearanceCredit: Instagram 5The prime suspect in the case Armando Caballero killed himself on MondayCredit: Twitter/Orange County Sheriff’s Office Marcano was last seen at the apartment complex at 5PM, where she lives and works, and where her family had gathered when they encountered Caballero. "He was trying to leave, his lights were off," Marcano's aunt Semone Westmaas recalled of the bizarre interaction as the family waited for police to arrive outside of the Arden Villas complex in Orlando, Florida. "He said, 'Are you looking for Miya?'" Westmaas recalled. "I said 'Who are you?'"...
    d3sign | Moment | Getty Images When it comes to reserving hotel stays, Aesop and his fabled ants might have gotten it backwards — it can actually pay to wait till the last minute to book. While conventional wisdom holds that travelers get better rates for accommodations, air and other vacation components by reserving early, research from NerdWallet found that 66% of the time they'd save more by waiting to book a hotel room until 15 days before arrival, compared to four months out. The idea that booking early is better has actually always been more about choice, said Sally French, a travel expert at NerdWallet. "It's less about 'buy earlier for better deals' and more about the opportunity cost of not booking early — you could severely limit your options by waiting," she said. "Booking in advance means you have more choice to book the hotel that's truly in your budget." More from Personal Finance:How travelers might benefit from hotel industry strugglesTravel app offers skittish hotel guests price freeze functionalityHotel rates rise as travel starts to resume NerdWallet studied...
    Disgraced Hollywood producer Harvey Weinstein’s attempt to dodge two of the 11 sexual assault charges he’s facing in Los Angeles was today thrown out by a judge. The 69 year-old movie mogul’s attorney, Alan Jackson, argued that the two counts - one of rape and the other of forced oral copulation both involving the same victim, Jane Doe #4, dated back to September 2004 or 2005 , and consequently, the statute of limitations ran out on them in September 2015. But Judge Lisa Lench over-ruled Jackson’s demurrer - challenge, in layman’s terms - and allowed the two charges to stand. The judge did sustain Jackson’s demurrer on a third count - sexual battery of victim Jane Doe #3 in 2010 - after the attorney told the court that the prosecution’s case in this count is ‘fatally flawed’ and the statute of imitations has also run out on it. Judge Lench did not throw the charge out, but gave leave to the prosecution to file an amended indictment on that sexual battery charge. Harvey Weinstein is pictured in court in...
    DOCS can tell if you’re suffering from long Covid by looking in your eyes, a remarkable study has found. Many people with the condition may not have a formal diagnosis because they don’t have proof of a positive Covid test. 3Docs could see if you have long Covid by looking at nerve damage in the cornea, a study has foundCredit: Getty - Contributor But an eye examination may become a useful new tool to spot those who are so-called “long haulers”. Researchers led by Gulfidan Bitirgen from Necmettin Erbakan University in Turkey looked at nerve damage in the cornea - a clear dome over the front of the eye that protects the pupil and iris. Changes in the cornea have been seen in many other diseases, such as diabetes, multiple sclerosis, and fibromyalgia. Nerve damage in the cornea can be detected by a non-invasive laser technique called corneal confocal microscopy (CCM). The researchers used CCM to look into the area of 40 people who had previously had a positive Covid test, and 30 healthy people who had not. Coronavirus survivors...
    Jared Harris spoke warmly of his run playing Lane Pryce on "Mad Men" and his former costar Jon Hamm. Rebecca Cabage/Invision/AP Jared Harris said he brings lessons from "Mad Men" to every project where he's the lead. Harris played advertising executive Lane Pryce for three seasons on the period drama. "I admire the way that Jon Hamm led that company, I took those lessons on board," he said. Visit Insider's homepage for more stories. Jared Harris wowed "Mad Men" viewers with his moving performance as Lane Pryce. Although it's been almost a decade since his character's last appearance on the show, Harris said his time on "Mad Men" has influenced every project where he's the lead. While speaking with Insider about his new AMC show "The Beast Must Die," Harris spoke warmly about his former costar, "Mad Men" lead Jon Hamm.  "I admire the way that Jon Hamm led that company," Harris told Insider. "I took those lessons on board when I've been the number one on the show — that you have responsibilities, that you must...
    Hogan lifting COVID-19 state of emergency in Maryland on July 1 Pentagon considering naval task force to counter China in the Pacific Momentum investing is all about the idea of following a stock's recent trend, which can be in either direction. In the 'long' context, investors will essentially be "buying high, but hoping to sell even higher." And for investors following this methodology, taking advantage of trends in a stock's price is key; once a stock establishes a course, it is more than likely to continue moving in that direction. The goal is that once a stock heads down a fixed path, it will lead to timely and profitable trades. Load Error While many investors like to look for momentum in stocks, this can be very tough to define. There is a lot of debate surrounding which metrics are the best to focus on and which are poor quality indicators of future performance. The Zacks Momentum Style Score, part of the Zacks Style Scores, helps address this issue for us. Below, we take a look at TPG RE...
    MISSING your period, swollen breasts and feeling sick are all key signs that you might be pregnant. But a dentist has now revealed a unique way to find out if you've got a bun in the oven and it's as easy as looking at your mouth. 2Your dentist can tell if you're pregnant just by doing an examination, one expert has suggestedCredit: Getty - Contributor Posting on TikTok, a fourth year dental student said there are many things a dentist can uncover about your health from just looking at your mouth. Dr Sukhmani said: "Your dentist may be able to tell that you are pregnant. "This is not only due to the nausea and the enamel erosion, but this is due to pregnancy gingivitis which is seen in 30 to 50 per cent of pregnant patients. "Gums become more inflamed, tender and prone to bleeding." Enamel erosion can be caused if you have persistent morning sickness, with the acid from the sick damaging teeth. If you are already having morning sickness though, it's likely that you already know you are...
    NFL assistant coach Eugene Chung has claimed he was told he was 'not the right minority' during a job interview this past offseason. Chung was most recently an assistant offensive line and tight ends coach for the Eagles in 2019.  Yet, despite his stellar resume which includes 55 games as an NFL offensive tackle - he was the first Asian American first-round draft pick in history, and a further 10 seasons as an assistant coach, Chung was turned down for a coaching position this offseason. Former NFL offensive tackle Eugene Chung said he was told by a team he wasn't the 'right minority' during an interview for a coaching position this offseason 'It was said to me, 'Well, you're really not a minority,' Chung, 51, who is Korean, told The Boston Globe.  'I was like, "Wait a minute. The last time I checked, when I looked in the mirror and brushed my teeth, I was a minority,"' Chung said. 'So I was like, "What do you mean I'm not a minority?"'  'You are not the right minority we're looking for,'...
    Kate Winslet has admitted she thought she'd died when she resurfaced after spending seven minutes underwater during filming for Avatar 2. In a new interview the actress, 45, who plays Ronal in the James Cameron directed blockbuster, confessed she 'couldn't think about anything' while being submerged in the tank. Kate said it was 'wonderful' being underwater for such a long period of time even though she knew how dangerous it could be after learning to free dive specifically for her role in the film. Committed: Kate Winslet, 45, has admitted she thought she'd died when she resurfaced after spending seven minutes underwater during filming for Avatar 2 In an interview with Observer Magazine, Kate said: 'God, it's just wonderful. Your mind completely drifts off.  RELATED ARTICLES Previous 1 Next Kim Kardashian celebrates Jonathan Cheban's birthday with a... Gigi Hadid shares a glimpse at daughter Khai's nursery and... Kris Jenner steps out in head to toe Christian Dior... as... Hailee Steinfeld and Jeremy Renner see some action as they... Share this...
    Trump administration slashes imperiled spotted owls habitat Californias Covid vaccine rollout: what you need to know These $19k SUVs Will Make You Trade in Your Car Ad Microsoft Full screen 1/5 SLIDES © AJ_Watt / Getty Images If you’re considering a career change, join the club. A study from Ceridian shows that 64% of American workers are actively looking for a new job or will consider a new job if approached by another company during the coronavirus crisis. This and other studies show that women are especially likely to pursue a new professional path, but young people are the most inclined by far to leave their old lines of work behind in search of greener professional pastures.  Read More: How To Jump-Start Your Job Search and Find the Perfect Position in 2021 Some were thrown into career transition through turmoil — losing jobs when the economy shut down in March, only to reemerge in different industries when it began to reopen. Others were employed in positions that...
    Chris Paul is a perfect fit for the Phoenix Suns The Secret History of the Royal Train Seniors On Medicare Are Getting a Big Pay Day in 2020 Ad Microsoft Expert: “This credit card is so good I signed up personally” Ad Microsoft The 23 Hottest Gifts of 2020 Ad Microsoft Full screen 1/31 SLIDES © bojanstory / Getty Images Although most people are likely looking forward to the day when they can retire and take it easy, plenty of others are looking hard for ways to take it easy even before they retire. With the right job, you can effectively start your retirement right now, working the hours you...
    DEPSITE the coronavirus pandemic causing record numbers of unemployment in the US, these are some industries that will see a hiring explosion in the next 10 years. Hard-hit industries such as the restaurant, oil and gas businesses have been impacted by the Covid-19 crisis. 5This is a list of some industries that will see a hiring explosion in the next 10 yearsCredit: Getty Images - Getty However, these are some prospects that should be on a hiring spree once the pandemic is behind us. Animal Caretakers Expected growth 2019-2029: 23 percent 2019 median pay: $24,780 per year Animal trainers teach furry friends numerous skills such as obedience and assisting people with disabilities Caretakers also help animals become familiar with humans and respond to commands. 5Assistant cooks and line cooks will be among the positions that will see a hiring spreeCredit: Getty Images - Getty 5Solar Photovoltaic Installers positions will also see a hiring spreeCredit: Getty Images - Getty However, trainers aren't just limited to working with dogs, cats and horse, but also with dolphins and other marine mammals. Cooks and...
    VIDEO2:5002:50Trading Nation: Cisco set to report earnings after the bell — Here's what to expectTrading Nation This quarter may be a turning point for Cisco Systems. Shares of the legacy technology giant fell 2% to around $38.50 heading into the company's Thursday earnings report after the bell as investors braced for yet another disappointment. Cisco's stock plunged after each of its last two earnings reports, now down more than 18% from when it reported its third straight quarterly revenue drop in August. Cisco forecast between $0.69 and $0.71 in earnings per share and between $11.7 billion and $11.9 billion in revenue, according to FactSet. Bill Baruch, the president and founder of Blue Line Capital and Blue Line Futures, said he "wasn't enthusiastic" about Cisco heading into the report. "If you're looking for value in tech, this is it," he told CNBC's "Trading Nation" on Thursday, citing Cisco's price-to-earnings multiple — comparatively low for the tech industry at around 14.6 times forward earnings — and its nearly 4% dividend yield. "On a charting basis, there is some support to believe in...
    Let’s get the easy part out of the way first: It’s all Congress’ fault. We screw up our body clocks and circadian rhythms with the bi-annual time change. “Spring” forward. “Fall” back. We’re either bleary-eyed or invigorated, depending on the season. Unless, we used the extra hour bequeathed us in the fall to stay up too late, swigging wine and watching Netflix. Regardless, there’s the bizarre Sunday morning ritual. The changing of the clocks. The nightstand clock. The bathroom clock. Wristwatches. MICHAEL LEVIN: DAYLIGHT SAVING TIME -- FINALLY, THERE'S ONE GOOD THING YOU CAN SAY ABOUT IT  This is a little easier in the age of computers and Apple watches. Many “smart” devices reset themselves. Some of the clocks at my gym usually ran an hour ahead for part of the year. Then reverted to the correct time in autumn. But it doesn’t matter. Few people go to gyms during the pandemic. We endure this seasonal torture because of Congress. The temporal convulsions of Standard Time and Daylight Saving Time aren’t written in stone. But they are written in...
    Don’t worry, you’ll find something else,’ I reassured my friend. ‘This is the best thing that could have happened, you hated that job.’ My friend opened her mouth to say something and then closed it again. I kept going: ‘At least John still has work, you still have a roof over your head.’ She nodded but there were tears in her eyes as she said she had to go. As soon as we hung up our video call I knew I’d done the worst thing: instead of listening to how scared and sad she was, I had made my friend feel she was not allowed to feel bad about being made redundant from her job of eight years. I had showered her in something that’s recently been dubbed ‘toxic positivity’. Marianne Power explores the dangers of suppressing our feelings, as Dr Dean Burnett writes about ‘toxic positivity’ (file image) Dr Dean Burnett, author of best- selling book The Happy Brain, wrote about it after his otherwise healthy 58-year-old father contracted Covid-19 in March. ‘When he became ill and ended up on...
    Homebrewers, start you engines! Great Divide Brewing and Vibe Concepts are hosting a homebrewing contest that will give the winner a chance to brew a batch of beer at the new Great Divide Brewery & Roadhouse, at 215 Wilcox Street in Castle Rock. The winning beer will then be on tap for a month at Great Divide's locations in Denver and Castle Rock starting on January 1, 2021. The details: "Great Divide Brewery & Roadhouse is looking for the best fruit-forward IPA from homebrewing enthusiasts," the brewery says. From November 12 to 15, homebrewers can drop off their creation at Great Divide Brewery & Roadhouse, Roadhouse Boulder Depot or Reivers Bar and Grill (all owned by Vibe Concepts), to be judged by local industry experts. "Judges will consider aroma, taste, mouthfeel and signature hoppy flavor." “Our goal in creating this contest was to provide something for people to look forward to during a year that has been difficult for many,” says Vibe Concepts cofounder, Dan Shipp in a release. “It’s a once-in-a-lifetime opportunity that will give homebrewers the opportunity to...
    PHIL PARKINSON was left stunned this morning as his Sunderland press conference was ‘cheekily’ interrupted. Instead of facing journalists in person like the past, Zoom media calls have now become the new norm. 1Sunderland boss Phil Parkinson was left embarrassed after a hilarious interruption at his press conferenceCredit: Twitter ‘It looks beautiful, you’re very cheeky...’ Remember to put that microphone on mute next time, @BBCLN... ???????????? pic.twitter.com/7V8Ph2nYVs— Sunderland AFC (@SunderlandAFC) October 1, 2020 However, as some still struggle to get to grips with the technology, hazards can happen. And that is exactly what happened earlier in hilarious fashion. Parkinson was taking questions while previewing Sunderland’s upcoming clash with Charlton Athletic. Suddenly, a rogue clip started playing as the Black Cats boss sat there looking bemused. All you could hear was a female voice saying: “It looks beautiful, you’re very cheeky.” As another journalist chimed in to ask what they were watching, the red-faced ex-Bradford and Bolton managed remained sat with a confused look until the voice asked who he was. After replying with his name, some more muffled voices came...
    Overall Twitch viewership shrank slightly in July, and streams of top games like League of Legends and Fortnite fell with it. But in other corners of Twitch, viewership is still growing: the platform’s “Just Chatting” category saw millions more hours watched, and there were increases in Twitch’s “Creative” and “Music & Performing Arts” categories, too. Just Chatting grew to 176 million hours watched in July, up from 166 million in June, according to the latest streaming report from StreamElements and Arsenal.gg, and it remains the biggest section on Twitch. Meanwhile, the games mentioned above fell by 5 to 6 percent in viewership. Fortnite remains in third place with 91 million hours watched, down from 95 million in June. The continued expansion of non-gaming categories is all the more impressive as Twitch’s pandemic-fueled growth starts to subside. While the platform’s Creative and Music categories have fallen from their peak in May, both are still well above their pre-pandemic numbers. Twitch’s overall viewership grew more than 50 percent from the first to second quarter of the year, according to StreamElements and Arsenal.gg’s...
    New York City mayor says would take Trump to court on federal troops How to get a refund on Postmates due to cancellation or missing items, using any device This Custom Foundation Brush Gives You the Exact Coverage You’re Looking For Every makeup brush that I've ever used has more or less been the same. Sure, they come in different sizes, but the final look remains a constant. But then I got my hands on the brand-new Cover FX Custom Application Brush ($39), and my foundation application has never been better. With three silicone wells within the brush, the Custom Application Brush truly lets you personalize your makeup routine. Rather than squirting a few drops of your foundation product onto your brush and applying, it allows you to put a few drops of three different products into the different wells. Beyond foundation, you can use it with primer, face oil, or a hydrating serum—it's up to you what you put into your beauty cocktail. © Photo: Cover FX; Graphic: Well+Good Creative Cover FX Custom Application Brush The unique wells are...
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