There is a blind spot in nationwide broadband rollout: the lack of accurate and transparent data about internet access speeds

Imagine buying “up” a gallon of milk for $4.50, or paying “up” to a full tank of fuel. Most people would see such transactions as ridiculous. However, in the field of broadband service, the use of “maximum” speeds has become standard business practice. Unlike other advertisements for goods and services – for example, What the … Read more

CA Governor Gavin Newsom signs the Children’s Social Media Privacy Act

Seen on a device screen in Sausalito, Calif., Facebook CEO Mark Zuckerberg announces his new name, Meta, during a virtual event on Thursday, October 28, 2021. Zuckerberg spoke about his latest passion – creating a virtual “metaverse” for business, entertainment, and interactions. purposeful social. (AP Photo/Eric Risberg) Eric Risberg AP Social media companies will soon … Read more

30 influential students for the 2022-23 season

It’s never too early to start looking forward to next season! Check below for our list of 30 influential freshmen for the 2022-23 college basketball season. Not in any particular order: Derek Lively II, Duke: This Pennsylvania-born is the main reason Duke has a chance to be an outstanding defensive team in his first year … Read more

Apple and Amazon twice over the rights to LIV Golf Media

LIV Golf has attracted some of the world’s most famous golfers to join the innovative golf league, but it’s having even more difficulty finding a major US media partner to broadcast its tournaments. Amazon. AMZN -2.08% com Inc. And the apple a company AAPL -2.26% People familiar with the matter said both have transferred media … Read more

20-time Grand Slam champion Roger Federer retires

Happy Tracks, Rog.picture: Getty Images I wouldn’t be alone in saying that Roger Federer was the first winner that I always cheered for. Part of that was growing up in Chicago, when I was a kid, being a fan of a consistent winner wasn’t much of an option (as now. And everything shifts, turns, turns…). … Read more

Zack Goldsmith loses his job in the environmental field amid fears of reducing animal welfare | Zach Goldsmith

conservative analog Zach Goldsmith He was sacked as environment minister, prompting fears by some Conservative MPs and activists that Liz Truss’ government would downgrade animal welfare. The environmentalist and politician, a close friend of Boris Johnson and his wife Carrie, has been stripped of the pet care brief and will no longer attend Cabinet. However, … Read more

The violent death of Chrysalis may have generated Saturn’s rings

Register now to get free unlimited access to Reuters.com Register WASHINGTON (Reuters) – It has been dubbed The Case of the Lost Moon. Using data obtained by NASA’s Cassini spacecraft and computer simulations, scientists said Thursday that the destruction of a large moon that strayed near Saturn will be attributed to the birth of the … Read more

How to think like Albert Einstein

Effort and solitude are essential to making revolutionary ideas. Can our classrooms prepare students accordingly? Effort and solitude are essential to making revolutionary ideas. Can our classrooms prepare students accordingly? The prediction has already begun. On the first Monday in October every year, the Nobel Prize in Physiology or Medicine is awarded, followed by the … Read more

Glaucoma treatment: a complex puzzle

Michael Chaglasian, Illinois College of Optometry, Chicago, and Eric Schmidt, OD, Omni Eye Specialists, Wilmington, NC, share guidance for ODs about diagnosing glaucoma during the 2022 Vision Expo West in Las Vegas. Michael Chaglasian, MD, of Illinois College of Ophthalmology, Chicago, and Eric Schmidt, an OMNI ophthalmologist, Wilmington, NC, provided guidance for optometrists to properly … Read more

Southeast Asian officers reach CITES application level

The face-to-face exercises with the newly designed materials were critical in bringing up-to-date information and tools to the front lines in some of the region’s wildlife trade hotspots. However, employee turnover, regulatory changes, and evolving trends in wildlife crime mean there is an ongoing need for training.” Renee Ye, Training and Capacity Building Officer at … Read more