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These Zoom Backgrounds Will Transport You To The Happiest Place On Earth

MediaNews Group/Orange County Register via Getty Images/MediaNews Group/Getty Images The 8 Best Disney Zoom Backgrounds Featuring Your Favorite Characters By Daffany Chan Updated: March 25, 2020 Even though social distancing is in full effect, there are still plenty of ways to stay in touch with your pals. Many people are using remote teleconferencing tools to check in with their friends and family without leaving their homes. If you’re using Zoom, you can even spice up your next video chat with an exciting background. Here are the eight best Disney Zoom…

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Why Business Owners Hire A Social Media Agency?

A good social media technique may be the answer if you want to boost your sales as well as increase your brand awareness. The good thing is that aside from buying real Instagram followers, reliable and experienced social media agencies can greatly help you. According to the newest research, more and more business owners opt to hire a social media agency instead of doing the job on their own. But the question is why business owners take advantage of this approach? Would you like to know the answer? If yes,…

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A Museum’s Security Guard Is Learning How To Tweet On The Job, & The Results Are Pure Gold

Peter Bischoff/PB Archive/Getty Images This Security Guard’s Tweets From An Oklahoma Museum’s Twitter Account Are Pure Gold By Cianna Garrison March 26, 2020 Many public places are temporarily closed in an effort to flatten the curve of the novel coronavirus, also known as COVID-19. Due to this, people are experiencing a change to their normal workflow. While some people are working from home rather than going to the office, a museum security guard was given an entirely new role in addition to his regular duties. Take a look at this…

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Why Some States Are Resisting Social Distancing Measures

Alabama hospitals were more than 630 confirmed Covid-19 cases in the state, more than 100 of whom were hospitalized, and dozens of patients on ventilators. Read all of our coronavirus coverage here. Her own lieutenant governor disagreed. The day before, Will Ainsworth “One thing that this outbreak reminds us of is that infectious diseases observe no borders—and that's true if they’re international borders, state borders, or county lines for that matter,” said Ben Lopman, a professor of epidemiology and environmental health at Emory University’s Rollins School of Public Health. “At…

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Dolphins Seen Swimming Near Cities with Ferries and Cruise Ships Halted

COVID-19 has brought entire industries to a standstill, as ferries and cruise ships around the world have been docked. With so many large ships no longer circulating, wildlife has returned to ports and other areas that are typically overrun with human-related traffic. These dolphins were spotted swimming by the port of Cagliari, which is the capital city of the Italian island of Sardinia. You can see the original tweet below. Video girato oggi nel porto di #Cagliari dai ragazzi di Luna Rossa. I traghetti non circolano più e questo è…

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These Hyperrealistic Charcoal Portraits by Dylan Eakin are Incredible

A self-described ‘photorealist’, Dylan Eakin is an incredible artist best known for his hyperrealistic charcoal portraits. Currently based in Seattle, Washington, Eakin says his amazing portraits take around 100 hours (give or take) each. In an interview with Artzine he adds: As far as the reasons behind working in photorealism, it can get a bit tricky. With this genre, the art is so much more than the final product. For me, it’s an exploration of medium, an exercise in precision and self-discipline, and an attempt to engineer myself and my…

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10 Productive Things People Have Already Accomplished While Working From Home

By now, most people have been practicing social distancing, working from home, and adjusting to life in solitude. In these difficult times, we can all use a brief reprieve and just take a moment to laugh, smile, and remember why we are taking these measures in the first place.. To do what we can to help our community and those we love, so we can get back to enjoying more moments like these! So here are 10 amazing things people have already accomplished while working from home. 1. Day 10…

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You Should Know These Major Coronavirus Terms To Stay Up To Date

Thierry Monasse/Getty Images News/Getty Images What Does “Social Distancing” Mean? These Coronavirus Terms Are Important To Know By Lara Walsh Updated: March 23, 2020 As the number of those impacted by the coronavirus continues to rise around the world, it’s more important than ever to protect yourself and those around you by practicing good hygiene and taking preventative measures. After the World Health Organization (WHO) categorized the coronavirus and the disease it causes, COVID-19, as a pandemic on March 11, numerous businesses and schools have closed their doors, while major…

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Trump fires Michael Atkinson, intelligence IG who told Congress about Ukraine phone call: report

Michael Atkinson, the inspector general of the intelligence community, leaves the Capitol after closed doors interview about the whistleblower complaint that exposed a July phone call the president had with Ukrainian President Volodymyr Zelenskiy in which Trump pressed for an investigation of Democratic political rival Joe Biden and his family, at the Capitol in Washington, Friday, Oct. 4, 2019. (Associated Press) “It is extremely important that we promote the economy, efficiency, and the effectiveness of Federal programs and activities. The Inspectors General have a critical role in the achievement of…

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