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A Relaxing 3-Hour Tour of Venice’s Canals

Experience Venice in this boat tour through 17 miles (27 km) of canals. “You will see the full Grand Canal going in both directions, navigate through the small canals and under bridges and see sites that you cannot see by walking.” It’s quiet, meditative, a mental escape from the tedium of quarantine life. Right below, you can find a list of the stops along the way… 1:32 ? Constitution Bridge 2:02 ? The Grand Canal (Full Tour) 3:23 ? Santa Lucia Train Station 13:33 ? Rialto Br...
Tags: Travel, Facebook, College, Venice, Grand Canal, Peter, Rialto Bridge, Piazza San Marco, Santa Lucia, Paolo, Forces the Mayor City Council, Libreria Acqua Alta, Venice Time Machine, Big Data Pink Floyd Plays, San Trovaso, Ponte delle Guglie


New Research: Surviving Bankruptcy, Useful Economics, and Retirement

Do the right firms survive bankruptcy? Can economics be more useful? Browse new research papers and case studies released by Harvard Business School faculty the week of April 26.
Tags: College, Harvard Business School


If coronavirus stats hold firm for a week, LA County can move to less-restrictive yellow tier

Los Angeles County’s daily rate of new COVID-19 cases fell low enough — barely — on Tuesday, April 27, to qualify for a move to the least restrictive yellow tier of the state’s economic-reopening blueprint, but the county must meet the threshold for another week before it can actually advance. For now, the county remains in the orange tier of the state’s Blueprint for a Safer Economy, which governs restrictions on businesses and other activities during the COVID-19 pandemic. According to statist...
Tags: Health, Business, News, Education, Government, Environment, Los Angeles, Sport, Public Health, Soccer, Long Beach, Community, Pfizer, Pasadena, Southern California, Los Angeles County


Behold the 1940s Typewriter That Could Type in English, Chinese & Japanese: Watch More Than a Thousand Different Characters in Action

There was a time, not long after the widespread adoption of telegraphy in the 19th century, when the written Chinese language looked doomed. Or at least it did to certain thinkers considering the implications of that instant global communication-enabling technology having been developed for the relatively simple Latin alphabet. And as unsuited as the Chinese writing system must have seemed to the world of the telegraph, it would have presented a seemingly even heavier burden in the world...
Tags: Facebook, Japan, Technology, College, China, History, West, Shanghai, Ibm, Seoul, Toshiba, Friedrich Nietzsche, Colin Marshall, 21st Century Los Angeles, Facebook Behold, Hou Kun Chow


The Rolling Stones Jam with Muddy Waters for the First and Only Time at Chicago’s Legendary Checkerboard Lounge (1981)

Whatever marketing materials may claim, the Rolling Stones did not just happen upon Buddy Guy’s Checkerboard Lounge on Chicago’s South Side (before it closed, reopened in Hyde Park, then closed again for good) on a night when Muddy Waters happened to be there in 1981. And they did not spontaneously get invited to jam, as it seems, when they “climbed over tables” to get onstage with their hero and blues legends Buddy Guy and Junior Wells. A chance meeting, of course, would have been magic...
Tags: Facebook, Music, College, Chicago, Atlantic, Hyde Park, Poole, Jagger, Keith, Zeppelin, South Side, Mick, Rolling Stones, Ian Stewart, Taschen, Junior Wells


Outdoor School Was Released TODAY!

We partnered with Macmillan as a Super Influencer to show you all about their newest program – Outdoor School! This series offers pocket-sized, waterproof guidebooks full of quick tips, as well as extensive and interactive journals and sticker books — all of which can serve as critical tools for hands-on learning that couldn’t have come at a better time!  America’s children are caught in one of the largest mass migrations in recent history: the movement indoors and online. According to ...
Tags: Amazon, Outdoors, Fashion, Camping, Education, Hiking, America, Back To School, Macmillan, Homeschooling, Family Activities, Homeschool, Family Camping, Outdoor School, Family Fun, Homeschool Curriculum


IPO or M&A? How Venture Capital Shapes a Startup's Future

To a cash-strapped founder, any funding seems like a win, but research by Rory McDonald and colleagues shows that much more is at stake when it comes to venture capital.
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Language learning startup Toucan raises $4.5M

Toucan, a startup that helps users learn a new language while they browse the web, is announcing that it has raised an additional $4.5 million in seed funding. As I wrote last fall, the Santa Monica, Calif.-based startup has built a Chrome extension that scans the text of whatever website you’re reading and translates select words into whichever language you’re trying to learn. That means you’re expanding your vocabulary without having to make time to study or otherwise change your behavior. Tou...
Tags: Fundings & Exits, Startups, TC, Education, Funding, Tech, Santa Monica Calif, Richard Greenfield, Nieman, Toucan, LightShed Ventures, Taylor Nieman, Japanese Co, Toucan Toucan, GSV Ventures Amplifyher Ventures


Summer Essentials: 15 Items You Absolutely Need for Summer 2021

Look super trendy this summer with these items.
Tags: Jewelry, Makeup, Shopping, College, Summer, Sunglasses, Handbags, Sandals, Summer Fashion, Scarves, Maxi Skirts, Mascara, Hair Accessories


LAUSD welcomes secondary students back to school this week

For the past two weeks, Los Angeles Unified officials have focused their attention on welcoming the district’s youngest learners back to classrooms. This week, they turn their attention to secondary students. Sixth and ninth graders will head to school for the first time in more than 13 months today, April 27, or on Wednesday, while students in grades 7-8 and 10-12 are set to return Thursday or Friday. For the students returning today, this may well be their first time to step foot on their camp...
Tags: News, Education, Cdc, Sport, Soccer, Lausd, Biden, Local News, District, LA County, Los Angeles Unified, Austin Beutner, Top Stories LADN, Top Stories Breeze, Coronavirus


Cypress, Cerritos high schools top in the state, U.S. News & World Report says in annual ranking

Oxford Academy in Cypress and Whitney High in Cerritos were once again the top-performing high schools in the state and among the best in the nation, according to U.S. News & World Report’s 2021 rankings, which came out late Monday night, April 26 — and revealed a strong showing among Southern California campuses. The two schools, ranked Nos. 11 and 25 nationally this year, have been the best in the state the last few years, with Whitney High nabbing the top spot in the news magazine’s 2019 and ...
Tags: News, Education, Los Angeles, Sport, Soccer, Long Beach, Cypress, Lausd, Southern California, Southland, Johnson Johnson, Wilmington, Lennox, Hawthorne, U S Department of Education, Cerritos


Repair or replace? An expert guide to fixing or ditching eight household items

It’s good for the environment and your wallet – so it’s no surprise that repairing is all the rage. From vacuum cleaners to microwaves, here’s what to fix and what to forgetMy kettle’s broken. It still boils water, but it doesn’t switch off – just boils on, converting the kitchen to a sauna, wastefully, expensively. Put another way, the Polly component still functions well, but Sukey’s lost it. Time to bin it, splash out on a new one. Or maybe not …Could it be repaired? Could I repair it? “It de...
Tags: Money, Education, Life and style, Consumer affairs, Skype, Electronics and electrical engineering, San Luis Obispo California, Kyle Wiens, Sukey


Scientists at Purdue University Create the “Whitest White” Paint Ever Seen: It Reflects 98% of the Sun’s Light

Xiulin Ruan, a Purdue University professor of mechanical engineering, holds up his lab’s sample of the whitest paint on record. Purdue University/Jared Pike Surely, you’ve heard of Vantablack, the high-tech coating invented by UK company Surrey NanoSystems that absorbs over 99 percent of light and makes three-dimensional objects look like black holes? Aside from its controversially exclusive use by artist Anish Kapoor, the blackest of black paints has so far proven to be most effective in spac...
Tags: Facebook, UK, Science, Greece, Washington Post, College, Earth, Chicago, Harvard, Egypt, Anish Kapoor, Purdue, Josh Jones, Purdue University, ACS Applied Materials Interfaces, Durham NC Follow


How to inspire client confidence in a frenzied market

Transacting in this fast-paced, frenzied market isn’t easy, and for many clients, it may even be extremely stress-inducing. Here’s how keeping your lines open, educating your clients and improving your communication can alleviate some of that anxiety.
Tags: Reviews, Education, Marketing, Communication, Service, Confidence, Radio, Teams, Agent, Experts, Build Confidence, Social Influence, Brokerage, Select, Back To Basics, Theme-month-202104


Normalising special needs: the Kabul school offering hope

Fatima Khalil school has given some children the first taste of education – and love – in their livesLaughter and excited chatter burst out of the colourfully painted classrooms. In a quiet garden schoolhouse amid the jam-packed Afghan capital, Kabul, pupils run around, study and play in the country’s first official school for children with disabilities.It’s a far cry from what most of these children have previously experienced. For many, it’s the first time in their lives they feel loved and ac...
Tags: Education, Society, World news, Afghanistan, Disability, South and Central Asia, Schools, Global development, Kabul, Special educational needs, Global Education, Fatima Khalil


Donna Coleman died after Covid ran riot at Burnley College. Should it have been open?

Donna, 42, was a devoted and popular member of the teaching staff. Yet at the height of the second wave, working conditions left her terrified of doing the job she lovedThe joke went: it was impossible to get Covid at Burnley College. The virus didn’t exist there. All through September, October, November and December 2020, as more and more people came down with Covid yet the further education (FE) college stayed open, Donna Coleman would make this gag to her sisters, Steph Coleman, 38, and Vicki...
Tags: Education, Society, UK News, Higher Education, Burnley, Colleges, Further Education, Lancashire, Steph, Donna, Vicki, Donna Coleman, Coronavirus, COVID, Burnley College, Steph Coleman



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