Residents in Washington state recovering from the wildfires are remaining online, thanks to SpaceX’s satellite broadband network.
The company’s Starlink system has been supplying the emergency internet to residents in Malden, a town of about 200 people, where an estimated 80 percent of the homes have been destroyed by the wildfires.
On Monday, Washington’s Emergency Management Department tweeted a photo of a Starlink satellite terminal acting as a public Wi-Fi hotspot. “Malden, WA is an area where fiber and most of the town burned down. Without this equipment, it would have been much harder for folks to get internet in that area,” the department added in a follow-up tweet. Read more…
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One of the newest online form builders is AidaForm. Here we offer a brief review.
Forms and surveys are an important part of any online business. For one thing, having forms on your site will allow you to develop an email list. This will help you build your business. You can also use forms and surveys to collect detailed information from your website visitors, which lets you get to know your customers better.
But there are many other types of forms besides these two, and each form can elicit different responses. Plus, you can build forms in a variety of ways and pursue answers in a multitude of areas. In fact, you might have already considered using forms and surveys in your online business.
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In this post I’m going to show you how to get a free Bible. And no, stealing a Bible from a nightstand in a hotel room isn’t how! The Bible is the most popular book ever published. According to the researcher and writer James Chapman’s list of the most read books in the world, in… Continue…
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Stephen Colbert’s post-Biden-Trump-debate monologue started, somewhat fittingly, on an apocalyptic note.
“I come to you tonight, ladies and gentlemen, an empty vessel,” says the Late Show host in the clip above. “A man with a mind wiped clean, I have stood in the swirling chaos of creation, I have seen Shiva dancing the destruction, wielding his trident, carving great gouts out of the universe, the sky at once both red and blue and black, until all that remained was a starless void and the hollow husk once known as Chris Wallace.”
A terrifying image, indeed, but one that was barely any scarier than the reality of Joe Biden’s first (and very chaotic) presidential campaign debate with Donald Trump. Read more…
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