Hello gentle readers, and welcome to the SwitchArcade Round-Up for January 19th, 2023. It’s Thursday, and that means we’ve got … Continue reading "SwitchArcade Round-Up: ‘Persona 4 Golden’, ‘NeverAwake’, ‘A Space for the Unbound’, Plus More Releases and Sales"... More »
Whether you’re celebrating Valentine’s Day with your partner, friends, or self, it’s the perfect time to treat yourself. With the holiday quickly approaching, you can show yourself some self-love by investing in lingerie pieces that’ll make you look and feel s... More »
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How To Deep Clean And Organize Your Home
Research by StudyFinds reveals that people who clean their houses are healthier than those with messy homes. Other studies also show that clutter increases stress, as it’s hard for the brain to process ... More »
Valentine’s Day can stump the best of us. On top of the whole holiday serving as a dedicated relationship reminder (aka whether we have one or not), there’s an added gifting component too. It's a February 14 shopping tradition that can become even further comp... More »
Welcome to At the Races! Each week we bring you news and analysis from the CQ Roll Call campaign team. Know someone who’d like to get this newsletter? They can subscribe here. Friday’s March for Life marks the first time that members of the anti-abortion right... More »
WASHINGTON (AP) — Every year, the night sky grows brighter, and the stars look dimmer.
A new study that analyzes data from more than 50,000 amateur stargazers finds that artificial lighting is making the night sky about 10% brighter each year.
That’s a much fa... More »
There are myriad structures and objects in the built environment that many of us rarely give a second thought to, like the materials that make sidewalks and streets, the pipe systems below the pavement, or the manhole covers that keep those networks secure and... More »
The five most important areas of technology this year, according to a recent survey, will be cloud computing, 5G, the metaverse, electric vehicles, and the Industrial Internet of Things.The survey consulted 350 CIOs, CTOs, IT directors, and other technology le... More »
In a record trip for low-carbon aviation, a startup company has completed a test flight of a 19-seat aircraft powered in part by hydrogen fuel cells. It’s the largest plane that ZeroAvia, a leader in developing hydrogen-electric systems for planes, has tested ... More »
Happy 40th Birthday to Lisa! The Apple Lisa computer, that is. In celebration of this milestone, the Computer History Museum has received permission from Apple to release the source code to the Lisa, including its system and applications software.You can acces... More »
School vouchers, which use public funds to send some students to private schools, are more than 30 years old. But this year, bills are being introduced around the country that would push school vouchers into a new frontier. While traditionally, vouchers and s... More »
Through ethereal portraits that vacillate between Eastern and Western traditions, Ji Xin coaxes an ambiance of contemplation and ennui. The Chinese artist blends elements of Song dynasty paintings, like the relaxed, unhurried poses of his feminine figures, wit... More »