Three Ways Data Analytics Will Progress in 2022 and Beyond - DATAVERSITY
Most industries have seen tremendous change due to the pandemic over the past two years, which has brought new and ever-evolving data that businesses need to make sense of.
Can 49ers reignite playoff magic? 5 burning questions for San Francisco vs. Dallas
After watching the playoffs from home last season, the 49ers are back in the postseason for the second time in the last three years.
Campers designed to upgrade your ordinary camping experience to glamping status! - Yanko Design
After a tiring week at work, with the weekend joyfully looming ahead of me, I often find myself fantasizing about a short sweet getaway!
Netflix raising prices for standard and premium plans in the U.S. and Canada | CBC News
Netflix Inc. has raised its monthly subscription price by $1 to $2 US per month in the United States depending on the plan, the company said Friday, to help pay for new programming to compete in the crowded streaming market.
Millions Have Lost a Step Into the Middle Class, Researchers Say
The new figure points to the challenge for the majority of Americans who do not have a four-year college degree.
The Many Paths Ahead Of Andrew Benintendi
2018 was a tremendous season for Andrew Benintendi. The outfielder hit 16 home runs, stole 21 bases and slashed .290/.366/.465.
Jonny Greenwood: First Radiohead, Now Orchestras and Film
Scoring films like "The Power of the Dog" and "Spencer," he has become a major composer, his concert music fueling his soundtracks.
My favorite tips for first time Boston condo buyers in 2022
If your goal is to a downtown Boston condo for sale this year, you might be looking for any advantage you can get in today's sellers' market.
Radio at the End of the World: Audio Fiction and Drama Podcast Roundup November 2021 - Discover the Best Podcasts | Discover Pods
Here it comes again.
The end of the year. And what a year it has been!
Radio at the End of the World was here every month to bring you new stories, characters, and podcasts.
Proposed legal reforms amount to interference with rule of law, judges warn
Proposed changes to Scotland's legal system amount to "an interference with the rule of law", senior judges have said.