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TicWatch Pro 2020: Dual Displays And Google’s Wear OS Come Together In This Smartwatc

TicWatch Pro 2020: Dual Displays And Google’s Wear OS Come Together In This Smartwatc

Things have been rather quiet on Google’s Wear OS front. Not long ago, Google announced that it was acquiring Fitbit; almost ever since we haven’t seen too many wearables powered by Google’s Wear OS. But there’s been a flurry of activity on the wearables scene and it’s not just Bluetooth earbuds that have almost become a must have in the WFH era with back to back Zoom meetings. We’ve seen wearable brands like Amazfit and also brands like Huawei and OPPO jump into the action as they mount a challenge to established players like Apple, Samsung and Fitbit. The TicWatch...

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Estancia La Jolla Hotel & Spa Review for Day and Overnight Guests

Estancia La Jolla Hotel & Spa Review for Day and Overnight Guests

If you book hotel rooms or day passes using the links in this post, I may be compensated. WHAT I LOVE GOOD TO KNOW LIST FEATURES The hacienda-style buildings of no more than three stories spread across 10 acres Stunning landscaping featuring California natives and succulents Outdoor swimming pool with cabanas Location near UCSD Sipping cocktails and eating fresh guacamole near the fireplace on the Mustangs & Burros patio Massages at the full-service spa Complimentary shuttle service within 5 miles of the hotel Among the inclusions in the $35/night resort fee is a bottle of Trinitas Cellars wine You can...

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The Tech That Could Make Climbing Everest Safer

The Tech That Could Make Climbing Everest Safer

Death and danger are inexorable facts of summiting Mount Everest, but a longtime guide thinks he has a technology that can help prevent one of the most common issues there: high-altitude pulmonary edema (HAPE). Lukas Furtenbach, who has been running expeditions in the Himalayas since 2001 and founded Furtenbach Adventures in 2014, plans to unveil a new pulse oximeter on Everest during the 2021 season that, he claims, will make climbing the world’s tallest peak as safe as flying. (The odds of dying on Everest are about one in a hundred, compared to about one in five million in a plane crash.) Whether that is true or not remains to be...

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5 Things You’ve Gotta Do Before School Starts!

5 Things You’ve Gotta Do Before School Starts!

Hello everyone, August has arrived and one way or another we will be in school!  Here are 5 things you gotta do before school starts! 1. )  Take a look at your pacing guide for the year and gather the supplies, resources and materials you will be needing for at least the first month.  Organize your files and your grade book so you have a clear path forward. Whether in the classroom or distance learning it is time to think about classroom rules and consequences.   2.)  Make and share the rules you come up with and post them for all to see. ...

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Creating a Wardrobe You Can Actually “Shop”

Creating a Wardrobe You Can Actually “Shop”

Have you seen all those great “shop your closet” posts?  I personally love them, but what if you have a closet you can’t shop? With a few tweaks, we can have you shopping from your own wardrobe ASAP. To start, you may have a few complaints about your current wardrobe. Like  what if your wardrobe doesn’t seem to go together?  What if you are tired of the clothes you have, or what if much of your wardrobe doesn’t fit, either your body or the person you are now?  I’ve experienced all three of these situations, so I can totally relate...

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