Five happy posts to make your day

It’s safe to say that 2020 has not been a smooth year. Struck by the COVID-19 pandemic, the great outside soon shrunk into a room between four walls. While we continue to switch between lockdowns and easing restrictions, the virtual world has taken shape. The internet has allowed individuals to stay in touch, or even […]

Things to do this February half term – 30 ideas for the kids including cheap days out

Meanwhile for a longer break there are lodges and glamping pods on offer too with prices from £65pp a night – and if it’s a bit too cold to get in the water, there are plenty of dry-side obstacle courses and activities including trampolines.

Trump tears into Twitter claiming it makes up ‘false trends’ that discriminate against conservatives and demands Section 230 be repealed

The measure’s history dates back to the 1950s, when bookstore owners were being held liable for selling books containing ‘obscenity,’ which is not protected by the First Amendment. One case eventually made it to the Supreme Court, which held that it created a ‘chilling effect’ to hold someone liable for someone else´s content.

Paying money to make Google Chrome faster and use less RAM

I’ll be honest and say that it took me a good day to get used to using Partizion and to break my old ways of opening heaps of tabs, leaving them open (partly because browser bookmarking is still a mess despite it being the 21 century), and wondering why things were slow.

‘Global problems need global solidarity’: UNAIDS Executive Director shares facts and figures on World AIDS Day 2020

Since more than 12 million people are still waiting to get on HIV treatment even today, Byanyima pointed out that global problems need global solidarity. “Our goal of ending the AIDS epidemic was already off track before Covid-19. We must put people first to get the AIDS response back on track. We must end the […]

On World AIDS Day, we must heed the lessons from COVID

As an infectious diseases physician with a focus on caring for people with HIV and conducting HIV research, I have seen first-hand how following science and a patient-centered approach have made such an ambitious goal conceivable. Our gains against the impact of HIV are demonstrated in numbers of lives saved: recent data from the Centers for […]

A coronavirus vaccine by Election Day? Probably not. Here’s why

“I don’t think that the message is that we are going to look at the data in the middle of the trial and if it looks kind of good, we’ll go with it,” Falsey said. If a vaccine gets fast tracked, it will be because there is definitive evidence, she said.

Matthew Vaughn Teams With ‘Entourage’ Creator Doug Ellin & Thierry Henry On UK Soccer Drama ‘Day 1’s’

Thierry Henry said, “Entourage was one of my favourite TV shows and when Doug invited me on set to film my brief cameo appearance in the movie, I never would have thought that I would be part of bringing a new TV show to life. I’m also incredibly excited that Matthew Vaughn has agreed to […]

Star Wars: Squadrons is the great VR game you’ve been waiting for

But now, my forehead is sweating and my head strap is pulled tight, because this season’s only big new Star Wars game is a full VR-first experience hiding in plain sight. Star Wars: Squadrons is, as far as I can tell, primarily meant for virtual reality play, it’s just that no one bothered to write […]

Babar Azam is dreaming of day when other batsmen are compared to him

“I feel proud to be compared to these top batsmen and to be ranked in the top five of the world. But my dream is that one day I also reach a stage where other batsmen are compared to me and not me being compared to others,” Babar said in an interview to a YouTube […]