Following Argument With His 90-Year-Old Grandmother, Richie Incognito Pleads Guilty to 2 Misdemeanors

The National Football League (NFL) is full of talented, hardworking, and caring individuals. Plenty of these men do great work for their communities, compete as hard as they can, and are kind and respectful to their teammates, opponents, referees, and fans. Unfortunately, these players don’t get the recognition they deserve. Too often, the bad outshines […]

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Conservationists Push For Wildlife Overpasses Along Trans-Canada Highway

The Trans-Canada Highway is the world’s longest national highway. It spans a staggering 7,821 km (4,860 mi) across the country, linking several provincial highways along its route. While this design is great for traveling humans, it poses quite a threat to Canadian wildlife who get hit trying to cross its path. A group of concerned […]

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Semify Reviews 5 SEO Secrets for 2021

SEO and marketing tactics play an integral role in getting a business webpage seen by consumers. Without the right strategies, businesses can’t reach their target audience and increase engagement or sales. But choosing the right marketing efforts can be difficult, especially with SEO methods changing so frequently. In this article, Semify reviews what industry experts […]

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Dyson Releases Designs for Unusual Electric Vehicle

In today’s society, more automakers are focusing on eco-friendly vehicle options, like electric vehicles (EV). From exploring alternative fuels to using sustainable materials, like stainless steel pipes, which can last over 100 years, automakers are becoming increasingly innovative. And now, an unlikely company has entered the electronic vehicle market: Dyson has recently released plans for […]

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Hands-Free Tool For Field Workers Wins 2019 CIO 100 Award

The U.S. employs a significant number of field workers. From public safety employees to the individuals in the military that work overseas, they need technology that can keep up with their needs and their environment. These devices, whether they’re laptops of tablets, need to pass strict standards such as the MIL-STD-810 (Environmental Engineering Considerations and […]

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New Legislation Could Put Texas Pipeline Protesters Behind Bars For 10 Years

Every year, more than 4 billion metric tons of oil is produced globally, and gas and oil together power 60% of U.S. energy consumption. Much of that oil and gas is extracted in Texas, which is typically friendly to oil and gas industries, a major economic driver in the Lone Star state. To protect those […]

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Feeling Sheepish? So Is One French School That’s Enrolling Sheep as Pupils

One French primary school has started feeling a bit sheepish, but it isn’t because of “shear” embarrassment: in an effort to prevent classes from being canceled, a farmer has enrolled 15 sheep from his herd to boost class numbers. This comes after concerned parents in the French Alps feared that falling student numbers would cause […]

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Bursting Your Bubble: Global Helium Shortage Expected To Affect More Than Just Balloon Sales

Despite what you may think, helium is used in a variety of industries. In fact, the specialty gas market is categorized into 6 applications: electronics and semiconductors, analytical and calibration, refrigeration, medical and healthcare, manufacturing, and others.Though the element is extremely popular at parties (an 11-inch latex balloon can last 12 to 20 hours filled […]

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