StartMail is the private email service that guards your data the way you should

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TLDR: A one-year subscription to the StartMail Private Email Service adds a much-needed layer of protection to your email that many users don’t realize they’re missing. Since the rise of AOL, Gmail and others, you’ve been able to get a free email address almost anywhere you turn for years. However, that privilege comes with a […]

Using The News Cycle for Valuable Customer Insight

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The news cycle has become a critical part of our world today. According to customer insight from The Media Insight Project, nearly half of Americans have signed up for news alerts on their devices and 78 percent of smartphone users turn to their devices to stay updated on the latest headlines and developments. Additionally, about two […]

12 Reasons Dancing Your Butt Off Is the Most Badass Mind-Body Workout

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It’s hard not to be happy when you’re dancing. And, it turns out, when you “dip it low, pick it up slow, roll it all around, poke it out, let your back go,” you’re getting a pretty badass workout, too. (Just thank Christina Milian for these continually relevant instructions. She remains an indispensable source of […]

15-Year-Old Menlo Park Teen Makes NASCAR History

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He’s too young to drive legally, but at 15, Jesse Love is already a champion behind the wheel. With three wins and top 10 finishes in10 of his 11 races this season, the Menlo Park teenager raced his way into the NASCAR history books. He recently captured the 2020 ARCA Menards Series West Championship – […]

Study: Sweetened and Artificially Sweetened Drinks Are Bad

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Many people make the mistake of believing artificially sweetened beverages and products are healthier since they have fewer calories and no sugar. Yet, a study revealed that both sugar-sweetened and artificially sweetened beverages are harmful to your heart, even if you only drink about half a can a day. The study was led by a […]

History Rewritten With Alerts for ‘Fact-Checked’ Sites

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The Internet Archive, commonly known as Archive.org and IA, is intended to act as a historical archive. In addition to digitally hosting more than 1.4 million books and other documents, Archive.org acts as a historical vault for the internet, preserving cached versions of websites that are no longer accessible to the public.1 Billing itself as […]

History Rewritten With Alerts for ‘Fact-Checked’ Sites

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The Internet Archive, commonly known as Archive.org and IA, is intended to act as a historical archive. In addition to digitally hosting more than 1.4 million books and other documents, Archive.org acts as a historical vault for the internet, preserving cached versions of websites that are no longer accessible to the public.1 Billing itself as […]

Sharyl Attkisson on Media Bias

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Sharyl Attkisson is an award-winning investigative journalist with uncompromising integrity. Her latest book, “Slanted: How the News Media Taught Us to Love Censorship and Hate Journalism,” is scheduled for release right around Thanksgiving, November 24, 2020. In this, her third book, she addresses one of the most pressing issues of our time: media bias and […]