Monday , 17 January 2022
Breaking News

Tag Archives: the

Blogs vs. News: What’s the Difference?

BLOGS VS. NEWS: WHAT’S THE DIFFERENCE? So, you’re being told you should be writing blogs and news posts to keep your site relevant and ranked well, and totally lost on what to do and where to begin? Luckily, you’ve stumbled upon the right blog post! As a design and marketing agency, we must stay relevant and ranked well for SEO. ... Read More »

NFT-Based Splinterlands Is Now the Most Widely Played Blockchain Game by Daily User Count

NFT trading game Splinterlands has become the most popular blockchain game in the market, according to data provided by DappRadar. It confirms that the game has crossed 260,000 daily users to hit the most-popular milestone. At the time of writing, the daily user base stood at around 283,950. Blockchain games offer a fun way to earn cryptocurrency and non-fungible tokens ... Read More »

Choosing The Right LMS For A Small Business

Every business needs dedication and support from all of the workers. Particularly the small enterprises with a strict budget line and fewer employees. In such organizations, well-trained workers are more likely to get success. And for that purpose, managing your learning process and choosing the best LMS software for your small business is quite necessary. Choosing an LMS that fulfills ... Read More »

THE SURVEY OF THE PS BLOG GAME OF THE YEAR 2021 IS LIVE NOW

The PS Blog Game of the Year 2021 is now open. These awards have been largely driven by players choosing, so vote for their favourite PlayStation game of the year. All 16 categories recognise the best of PlayStation through 2021, with PS4, PS5 and VR to celebrate great games, captivating new characters, fantastic soundtracks, graphical performances, and many more. The ... Read More »

How is e-learning beneficial to the restaurant industry?

E-learning has made its mark in all industries somewhere from IT to the restaurant industry. Online learning serves as an impressive budget-friendly way to deliver critical and comprehensive learning to their workforce in order to accomplish their professional goals and reach new heights. The restaurant industry is a high turnover business that is extremely competitive. It requires innovations and customizations ... Read More »

The Mark Twain House Is America’s Best House Museum

House museums are a mixed bag: maybe the house is beautiful, but its owner’s story, not so much, as at Monticello. Or, consider Frank Lloyd Wright’s Fallingwater: a more spectacular home would be hard to find, but it’s hard to imagine living in it. Hearst Castle is magnificent, but we don’t love William Randolph Hearst or his taste for decorative ... Read More »

The Highlights Of Milan Fashion Week

Fila’s Grand Debut Fila goes Fashion Week! For the first time ever, the sportswear brand with Italian roots presented its collection during Milan Fashion Week. After collaborating with Fendi, it was actually only a matter of time until they would reveal their own ready-to-wear collection. So here it is. With the rising popularity of the athleisure style and the demand of wearing sporty ... Read More »

Can South Africa tap into its innovation potential to improve the lives of its citizens?

Some people think innovation is only about gadgets, high-tech industries, and laboratories. But this is only the tip of the iceberg! The truth is that there are many types of innovation that can have a transformational impact on everyday people’s lives. A prime example is Sweep South, an app and social tool developed by a South African start-up that connects domestic workers ... Read More »

How the Internet Has Changed Everyday Life

WHAT HAPPENED? The Internet has turned our existence upside down. It has revolutionized communications, to the extent that it is now our preferred medium of everyday communication. In almost everything we do, we use the Internet. Ordering a pizza, buying a television, sharing a moment with a friend, sending a picture over instant messaging. Before the Internet, if you wanted ... Read More »

The genocide of signed languages: protecting the linguistic rights of Africa’s deaf children

Deaf rights to language, expression, literacy and education have been marginalised throughout history. And signed languages have taken second place to spoken languages. The 1880 Milan Convention, for example, gave rise to a period when deaf children were forced to use oral language at school. The passing of the convention amounted to a global attack on the linguistic rights of deaf ... Read More »