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successfully installed Google Play Books

We all know that Nook Glowlight 3 is android 4.4.2 based, and many of us have installed various apps on it. I was wondering whether it's possible to install Google Play Books. Since I have purchased many books using Play Books, but I don't like to read on phone or tablet. Therefore I have spent some time to figure out how to do it. The steps are as follows: 1. install TWRP by Ryogo 2. install gapps, I use open gapps arm 4.4 pico version, this version contains Google Play Store 3. Sign in wi...
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11 Latinx-Owned Beauty Brands To Support Right Now

There's been a wave of international influence on the American beauty market in the last few years. From K-beauty skin care to French-girl makeup, brands from all over the world have been appearing in our favorite U.S. stores, consuming our Instagram feeds, and inspiring new beauty trends. And as unique beauty communities get more attention in the beauty aisle, we're seeing an uptick in brands owned by Latinx men and women.The Latinx community prides itself in having a strong connection to la b...
Tags: Amazon, Fashion, Music, Instagram, Mexico, America, Mexico City, Cuba, Belle, Orlando, Don, Reina, Rosario, Marie Kondo, Alamar, Trujillo


TESTED: Flagstick In (vs) Flagstick Out?

Imagine playing basketball without a backboard? A study of over 1,000,000 simulated basketball shots done by engineers at North Carolina State University showed basketball players shot 20% better by using the backboard. Or as Natalie Morris of NetBall says,  “No contest. A backboard is cheating in my opinion.” As golfers, we are looking for every advantage we can get to shooting lower scores. However, most prefer not to cheat or break traditions to get that advantage. Thanks to USGA rule change...
Tags: Sport, Golf, Don, Phil, North Carolina State University, Bryson DeChambeau, USGA, Justin Thomas, MyGolfSpy Labs, News & Opinion, Natalie Morris


Colin Horner murder: Don't join paramilitaries, says mother

A woman whose son was murdered as part of a loyalist feud urges young people not to join paramilitary groups.
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Get Started for Spring: Here Are Our 5 Favorite Runway Trends for S/S 2019

Get your hands on these trends before they're everywhere.To be in fashion, it means to be a step ahead of everybody else; to be sensitive to all of the up-and-coming, rising trends; to be creative in how to think outside the box with current and past trends and produce something previously unseen. Designers in the fashion industry's 'Big Four' cities (Paris, Milan, New York, London) are the pioneers in pushing boundaries on garment creation. However, let's not forget that we, ourselves, are the ...
Tags: Crochet, College, Trends, Shorts, Marc Jacobs, Gigi Hadid, Don, Prabal Gurung, Neutrals, Carolina Herrera, Spring 2019, Paris Milan New York London, Burberry Jill Sander Maison Margiela Emphasis, Utility Vibes Givenchy Fendi Coach High, Carolina Herrera Prabal Gurung Marc Jacobs


Why You Should Care That Karen Pence Is Teaching At A Homophobic School

Karen Pence, the wife of Vice President Mike Pence, has accepted a job at a school that discriminates against LGBTQ+ teachers and students. She will teach art part-time at Immanuel Christian School, a private K-8 school in Springfield, VA.In its for teachers and staff, the school requires applicants — who must promise that they are born-again Christians — to adhere to the following belief:"I understand that the term 'marriage' has only one meaning; the uniting of one man and one woman in a si...
Tags: Fashion, Music, Congress, America, Lgbtq, Kirsten Gillibrand, Centers For Disease Control And Prevention, Trump, Mike Pence, United States of America, Don, GLSEN, GLAAD, Karen Pence, SPRINGFIELD Va, Sarah Kate Ellis


Don Q – “Everlasting” (Video)

Off the HighBridge emcee's Underrated EP.
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Comment on salted butter chocolate chunk shortbread by Jill Z.

Ok, first batch I made were so crumbly I had to throw it away! But, I persevered and tried a second time. After reading the comments, I suspected that I hadn’t sufficiently creamed the butter and sugars (thinking my ingredients were too in my winter kitchen). For round 2, I let my butter soften a bit and beat everything for probably 6-8 minutes just to be sure, and it made a huge difference. The dough was still crumbly when I made the logs, but I had no problem cutting with a sharp serrated knif...
Tags: Food, Don, Jill Z


A map of London's most toxic breathing spots

Dirty air is an invisible killer, but an effective one.More than 9,000 people die prematurely in London each year due to air pollution, a recent study estimates.This map visualizes the worst places to breathe in Central London. The Great Smog of 1952 London used to be famous for its 'pea-soupers': combinations of smoke and fog caused by burning coal for power and heating. All that changed after the Great Smog of 1952, when weather conditions created a particularly dense and persistent layer...
Tags: Health, Google, UK, New York, London, Thames, Eu, History, Beijing, Pollution, United Kingdom, Innovation, Environmentalism, Air, Victoria, Khan


Of Course The School That Hired Karen Pence To Teach Bans Gay, Trans People

The private Christian school that just hired second lady Karen Pence to teach art part-time requires all potential employees to affirm their belief in certain religious convictions that uphold the school’s policy to ban homosexual and transgender people from attending or teaching at the school. The contract is part of the school’s , as The Washington Post reported, and it asks applicants to sign off on beliefs that include recognizing marriage as having “only one meaning; the uniting of one man...
Tags: Post, News, The Washington Post, Don, Karen Pence, George Washington Law School, Nicole Lafond, Robert Tuttle, Indiana Pence, HuffPost Pence, House Pence


The CEO of a startup aimed at harnessing the benefits of young blood shares his real plan to beat aging

For $8,000, a startup called Ambrosia plans to sell transfusions of young blood for anti-aging purposes. Another longevity company called Alkahest is also focused on blood. But it's taking a very different approach. Instead of opening up a clinic to perform transfusions of young blood, Alkahest researchers aim to develop drugs for age-related diseases which are inspired by their work with plasma.  Blood gets a bad rap. The idea of sharing blood with another person for anything other than a li...
Tags: Hong Kong, Trends, Amd, Genentech, Don, Parkinson, JAMA, Michael J Fox Foundation, Grifols, Alkahest, Karoly Nikolich, Nan Fung Life Sciences, Jeffords, Tony Wyss Coray, Nikolich, Wyss Coray


2019 was supposed to be a banner year for IPOs, but now it's turning into a 's---show'

This year was supposed to be the year of the unicorn initial public offering, with massively funded private startups like Uber, Lyft, and Slack all preparing to go public. Now, just two weeks into the year, bankers say it's turning into a "s---show." The federal-government shutdown has left the Securities and Exchange Commission closed, which means most companies cannot move forward with going public. Market volatility is also creating an unstable environment for soon-to-be-public companies. ...
Tags: China, Ipo, Trends, SEC, Cloudflare, Donald Trump, King, Securities And Exchange Commission, Holden, Don, Skadden Arps Slate Meagher Flom, Kenton King, Tom Holden, Ropes Gray Longer, Business Insider After February, Holden Once


‘Ghostbusters 3’ Teaser Unveils Jason Reitman’s Secret ‘Ghostbusters’ Sequel

Last night, word broke that Jason Reitman, son of Ghostbusters director Ivan Reitman, was working on a top-secretGhostbusters project (let’s call it Ghostbusters 3 for now). Now, a Ghostbusters 3 teaser has dropped, giving us a stylish – but mostly detail-free – look at the movie. Don’t expect to see any of the new Ghostbusters here. Instead, this footage gives off some Stranger Things-vibes. Watch the Ghostbusters 3 teaser below. Ghostbusters 3 Teaser The trailer initially premiered ov...
Tags: Comedy, Movies, Sequels, Movie Trailers, Jason-Reitman, Ghostbusters, Don, Elmer Bernstein, Reitman, Ivan Reitman, ECTO, Ghostbusters-3, Entertainment Weekly Well


Men Really Seem To Hate This Rent The Runway Hot Pink Faux Fur Coat

The subscription-based, short-term rental model has infiltrated just about every part of daily life, including how we shop for clothes, thanks to Amazon Prime Wardrobe and . Two years ago, the latter introduced a $159-a-month unlimited subscription offering everyday items like pants, jackets, and sweaters. According to the company's CEO Jennifer Hyman, the service is intended to help customers pare down their wardrobes; just rent what you need each season and return the items when you're finis...
Tags: Fashion, Music, Don, Brady, Caitlin, Jennifer Hyman, Hayley MacMillen, Amazon Prime Wardrobe, Runway Hot Pink Faux Fur Coat, Drue, MacMillen


The New Ghostbusters Movie Already Has a Teaser, but Don't Expect Much

The world has barely had half a day to digest the news that Jason Reitman is making a new Ghostbusters movie, but there’s already a teaser.Read more...
Tags: Science, Sony, Jason Reitman, Ghostbusters, Nostalgia, Don, Columbia Pictures, New Ghostbusters


A Week In Amsterdam On A $55,542 Salary

Welcome toMoney Diaries , where we're tackling what might be the last taboo facing modern working women: money. We're asking millennials how they spend their hard-earned money during a seven-day period — and we're tracking every last dollar.Women over age 45: We want to read your Money Diaries! Submit here.Today: a digital planner working in advertising who makes $55,542 per year and spends some of her money this week on fries with mayo.Occupation: Digital PlannerIndustry: AdvertisingAge: 32Loc...
Tags: Google, Europe, Fashion, Music, Amsterdam, Harry Potter, States, Zara, Golden Globes, Mariah Carey, Jay, Venmo, Winnie, Don, Gollum, Lizzie McGuire


9 Basic Things Every Car Owner Should Know

It’s easy to buy a car these days (Ford make good value new cars; we recommend you buy Ford cars) and it’s quite simple to learn how to drive it, but the most complicated thing is to understand how it works and how to maintain it well. But don’t worry, we’re going to share 9 things you need to know to be an informed driver and take care of your car to the maximum. Engine Oil Many people think that oil helps the car burn fuel, but in reality, its function is to lubricate, cool and clean the eng...
Tags: Ford, Autos, Don, Other News, Motor Exclusive Auto Industry News, Ford Cars, Car Owner


Frumpy Middle-aged Mom: I’m still in India. Let’s hope I’m alive

So, I’m in India. At least I hope I’m in India, because I wrote this before I left. If I’m not there, send out a search party. I’m pretty nervous about this trip, because I’m going all by myself. See, I decided that I wanted to go in January, which is now, and none of my friends could get away then to go with me. So I bought the plane ticket and plunked down the entire cost of a package tour with a company called Intrepid Travel, while I still had the money in my hot little hands. Normally, as a...
Tags: India, Sport, Things To Do, Soccer, Morocco, Delhi, Tijuana, Intrepid Travel, Don, Northern India, Top Stories OCR, Frumpy Middle-Aged Mom


50% Off Cat & Jack Girl’s Jeans at Target!

Cat & Jack Coupons January 2019 – SO CUTE! Score 50% Off Cat & Jack Girl’s Jeans  at Target! Prices are starting at just $8.99 which is an amazing price for jeans!  They also have some jean shorts starting at $5.99! Don’t forget to use your REDcard for a extra 5% Off! With kids growing... Read More Read more about 50% Off Cat & Jack Girl’s Jeans at Target!
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Decorative unicorn skull

Some unicorns chase; some are chased down. These splendid and totally real unicorn skulls [Amazon] are sourced from troll and ogre fairtrade collectives, are 8.5" long and 10.75" tall, and individually skinned and boiled for an odor- and insect-free presentation. The horn of the unicorn skull is screwed onto the skull for safe shipping and handling. Brace yourself with this fossil skull phantom of a unicorn stallion. Display him at your desks, shelves or what have you and he will be a star at a...
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Everything You Need to Know About the New Call to Action Extensions for YouTube Ads

Last month, Google announced that the current . Instead of the overlays, YouTube advertisers will now have to use the new call-to-action extensions. Let’s take a look at how the new extensions look. The extension will appear just under the video ad with a larger, more visible call-to-action button advertisers will now have to drive traffic to your website. Even after the user skips your video ad or watches the entire thing, the call-to-action extension will be visible on the YouTube video p...
Tags: Google, Youtube, Sem, Youtube Advertising, Don, Youtube Ads, Call-to-action Overlays, Youtube Leads Campaign


11 Strategies for Hiring Great Employees

It is every entrepreneur’s dream: Having a crack team of seasoned professionals on your staff, which you will lead on to thrilling success. We all hope to have our businesses work out this way! Your business will win or lose depending on your staff. But you’re not at the mercy of the whims of the job market; follow these tips to attract the top talent to your shop: #1: Pay attention to your company branding. Marketing to job candidates is just as important as marketing to customers. Your compan...
Tags: Sales, More, Don, Berke


In Kansas City, Maybe Don't Use The Word 'Patriot' This Week

The Chiefs play New England for a ticket to the Super Bowl. A Kansas City amusement park has altered the name of its roller coaster The Patriot to The Patrick in honor of Chiefs' QB Patrick Mahomes.
Tags: News, Kansas City, New England, Don


Christmas spirit continues in Haiti

Haiti (MNN) -- Christmas might only be a memory for you now, but it’s still on the minds of hundreds of kids in northern Haiti. Eva DeHart of For Haiti With Love says their staff and supporters celebrate Christ’s birth with a different group of kids each year. This year, "they did the food preparation at the headquarters and then loaded everything into the back of a pickup truck and everything was taken out a school in the countryside, where we had 500 kids,” she explains. “These were al...
Tags: Jesus, Christ, Haiti, Don, Haiti With Love, DeHart, Haiti Learn, Haiti Eva DeHart of For Haiti With Love, Haiti With Love via Facebook Don DeHart


Photograph Commemorative Plaques Near You

Geneanet propose you to photograph commemorative plaques which pay tribute to notable local persons: politicians, authors, scientists, inventors, architects, bishops,… Walk the streets and photograph plaques to help genealogists finding new information about their notable ancestors. How to participate 1. Verify that the commemorative plaque is not in the database at https://en.geneanet.org/memorials/geo. 2. Photograph the commemorative plaque and the building if it is of some interest. 3. Uplo...
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These Feet Don't Lie


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Shutdown could revive tax refund advance products

Even in the best of tax times, folks are impatient when it comes to getting their refunds. They want them yesterday, looking to collect on the forces savings account they created when they intentionally had too much put into their paycheck withholding. Then comes 2019, where every day it's looking more like parts of the federal government, including the Internal Revenue Service, will be in shutdown mode when the annual tax return filing season starts on Jan. 28. While the Treasury Department an...
Tags: Taxes, RAC, Sam, Irs, Fed, Don, Internal Revenue Service, Bankrate, Consumer Federation of America CFA, The Treasury Department, National Consumer Law Center NCLC, NCLC CFA


Spiced Rum Milk Punch

Spiced Rum Milk Punch: Heat up your winter nights with this twist on the classic Southern Milk punch using spiced rum instead of bourbon. Don't forget your dash of nutmeg. The post Spiced Rum Milk Punch appeared first on Sweet ReciPEAs.
Tags: Food, Booze, Nutmeg, Entertaining, Don, Spiced Rum, Tipsy Tuesday, Milk Punch


Kirsten Gillibrand Announces She's Running For President

Sen. Kirsten Gillibrand announced Tuesday night that she will enter the 2020 race for president.“I’m filing an exploratory committee for President of the United States, tonight,” she said in an appearance on The Late Show with Stephen Colbert. “As a young mom I’m going to fight for other people’s kids as hard as I would fight for my own,” she said.She spoke about her desire to improve healthcare and public schools and taking on “systems of power” that too often leads to inequality. “I know I ha...
Tags: Fashion, Music, New York, Congress, Stephen Colbert, California, Senate, Barack Obama, United States, Ted Cruz, Rand Paul, Kirsten Gillibrand, Ucla, Dartmouth College, State, Don


Facebook is introducing new rules for employees about discussing politics and religion (FB)

Facebook is bring in new rules about how employees can discuss politics and religion internally. In an internal memo obtained by Business Insider, CTO Mike Schroepfer said the company had drawn up new guidelines for internal discussions. Much of the rules apply to Workplace, Facebook's internal communication app, and the company is investing in stronger moderation tools for it. The changes comes amid falling employee morale and some employee criticism of Facebook's political culture. You can r...
Tags: Facebook, Workplace, Trends, Myanmar, Silicon Valley, Jeff Bezos, Signal, Cnbc, Anthony Harrison, Don, Schroepfer, Mike Schroepfer, Cambridge Analytica, Business Insider Facebook, Workplace Facebook, Brian Amerige