Monthly Archives: October 2022

This week’s awesome tech stories on the web (until October 29)

Neoplants Bioengineers Indoor Plants for Use as Air PurifiersRomain Dillet | Tech Crunch“Neoplants specifically targets a group of indoor air pollutants that traditional air purifiers cannot effectively capture. Most air purifiers focus on particles. But it is more difficult to tackle volatile organic compounds (VOCs). This is why Neoplants focuses …

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Tunisian Hamama Tribe: Many Stories, One Feeling

adventurous spirit The Hamama tribe was an annoying neighbor to the surrounding tribes, as its members are well known for their love of conquest and adventures. Their identity is closely linked to an old Arabic proverb; “A saddle, a bridle and a life for Islam.” Tradition has it that mothers …

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Ghadames: Is it the perfect desert city?

The interior walls, which shone white with a protective layer of whitewash, were made of sun-dried mud bricks. This mixture of clay, sand and straw was placed on stones which isolated them from humidity. Dr Susannah Hagan, Emeritus Professor of Architecture at the University of Westminster and a specialist in …

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Video: “11 times we asked Senator Kiggans why she voted against…the Virginia Fairness In Lending Act. 11 times she refused to answer”

A new report from WAVY reveals that Republican Jen Kiggans voted against a crackdown on predatory lending practices – after taking nearly $20,000 in campaign money from the industry. Payday lenders, which are notorious for grossly overcharging borrowers and exorbitant interest rates, have been known to specifically exploit military and …

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Truth Tracker: Kiggans refuses to explain vote on predatory lending bill

VIRGINIA BEACH, Va. (WAVY) — Two weeks before Election Day, and early voting is underway, with some communities voting Saturday this weekend. The hot race continues to be in the Second District, and the ads between Democrat Elaine Luria and Republican challenger Jen Kiggans continue to arrive at a rapid …

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An “extraordinary reader” transforms the village into an ecotourism center

Ece Çelik – BİLECİK The northwestern province of Kurşunlu village in Bilecik welcomes 500 tourists per month, thanks to ecotourism which started in 2012 under the leadership of Bedriye Berber Engin, who was awarded the title of “extraordinary reader” by the Ministry of Culture and Tourism. class=”cf”> She started thinking …

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Could #SaveOlveraStreet continue to sink businesses?

Valerie Hanley owns a gift shop on Olvera Street that has been in her family for 57 years. Since COVID, Hanley says business is the worst she’s ever seen. “We are a tourist attraction. Right now there is no tourism,” she says. “If we stay a bit where we are …

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And just like that, I’m joining the great millennial migration to cheaper real estate

The First Person is a daily personal piece submitted by readers. Do you have a story to tell? See our guidelines on tgam.ca/essayguide. Artwork by Drew Shannon It all happens in the middle of the dining room floor. Surrounded by Fisher Price, I entertain baby Zachary with a miniature car …

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Best Emergency Loans of October 2022 – Forbes Advisor

Although you can get an emergency loan from your credit card issuer or a payday lender, we recommend getting a traditional unsecured personal loan from a bank, co-op credit or an online lender. Banks If you have a traditional bank account at a physical institution, you may be lucky to …

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What we’re watching today: ‘Mrs. Harris goes to Paris’

Recipes for success: chef Ali Fouad offers tips and a hearty traditional soup recipe DUBAI: Ali Fouad, the award-winning chef at famed Lebanese restaurant Al Nafoorah in Dubai’s Jumeirah Al Qasr, started helping out in the food industry when he was nine years old, at his father’s bakery in the …

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Franco-Algerian musical icon Souad Massi: “If we lose our humanity, we are lost”

DUBAI: In the darkest times of the COVID-19 pandemic, Souad Massi used to walk down to the river. Water inspired her, made her feel better about herself, helped her think. It was there that she discovered Sequana, the goddess of the Seine. “It was a very strange and wonderful discovery …

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LIGHTHOUSE Phase 3 Study of LRRK2 Inhibitor BIIB122 Initiated in Parkinson’s Disease

Assay for the large-scale Phase 3 LIGHTHOUSE study (NCT05418673) evaluating the safety and efficacy of BIIB122 (Biogen/Denali Therapeutics), an investigational agent for patients with Parkinson’s disease (PD) with a mutation pathogen confirmed in the LRRK2 gene, started.1 BIIB122, a small molecule inhibitor of LRRK2 discovered and initially developed by Denali, …

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7 banks and other companies change payroll to fight inflation | PaymentsSource

More demographics are demanding access to payroll in something other than a traditional two-week payroll cycle, leading banks and payment companies to become more aggressive in offering alternative ways to manage payroll. . “By giving their employees access to money they’ve already earned, employees have more short-term cash flow to …

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Carpet cleaning services for your home

Carpet cleaning services can be a chore, but with an automated home robot, you don’t have to do it yourself. Creating content for your blog post or website involves many steps. Plan the topic you want to cover, research related topics. So that you have sources lined up in advance …

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Tunisia, Sri Lanka and Pakistan top list of 54 countries in urgent need of debt relief

The cascading global crises have left 54 ​​countries – home to more than half of the world’s poorest people – in dire need of debt relief, the UN has said. As a result, dozens of developing countries face a rapidly worsening debt crisis and “the risks of inaction are grave,” …

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3 chefs from the NYC Wine & Food Festival predict the next culinary trends

These chefs don’t need to read tea leaves to predict the next food trends. Food Network star Jeff Mauro and two Big Apple restaurant owners Diana Tandia and Suchanan Aksornnan are among the attendees at next week’s New York City Wine & Food Festival – and they share what foodies …

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The way of life of Moroccan nomads threatened by climate change

This video provides an overview of the Sultan Foundation’s work in the “City of the Dead” in Cairo, Egypt. British documentary filmmaker Mark Hammond traveled there for several weeks in the fall of 2018 to capture the unique setting in which community and arts events take place in and around …

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EVENT: Minorities and Indigenous Peoples in North Africa: Progress and Challenges in Algeria, Morocco and Tunisia

Ahead of the 4th cycle of the Universal Periodic Review (UPR) of the United Nations Human Rights Council (HRC), which will examine the human rights situation in Algeria, Morocco and Tunisia, this event highlights the specific challenges faced by minorities and indigenous peoples in the three North African countries. This …

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Ram and Ramayana arrived in the valley with the Dogras

For Kashmiri pundits, Kashmir has essentially been a Shaivite land for centuries. Several verses of Lalleshwari or Lal Ded (1320-92), the most famous spiritual and literary figure of Kashmir, testify to the predominance of Shiva in the Valley. Kashmiri Pandits and Kashmiri Shaivism scholars like H. H. Zafar say that …

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