Republicans Answer A Liberal's 28 Questions, And They Still Make No Damned Sense To Her. Republicans answer my 28 questions, but still leave me baffled.
At least they tried. Last week I asked “28 questions for Republicans” because I’m utterly flabbergasted by how anyone can support a president like Donald Trump or the cruel and reckless agenda laid out in the GOP’s 2016 platform. The response was amazing. Instead of all the vitriol I expected, I actually got some thoughtful responses via comments and email. One who called himself Josh asked me 20 questions, which I published along with my answers. Then Bill Yarborough and Jay Kruger (who took care to mention he’s actually a Libertarian, not a Republican) took time to answer all of my questions. Blog: How to use OKRs for planning. Ready to start?
If you’re interested in trying out OKR goal setting in your own organization, you’ll need the right OKR goals software to set and track your objectives across your entire team. Gorgeous Spring Soup Recipes To Try This Season. As we have probably told you before, soup is one of our favorite genres of food.
We love to make soup recipes all year long, whether it’s freezing cold or blistering hot outside. Spring soups are some of our favorites, because we get to highlight some of our favorite produce within them. One thing we didn’t realize before pulling these recipes together is just how green most of the springtime foods we love to eat are. The best spring soup recipes bridge the gap between the seasons. Broccoli Chicken Divan Recipe. How to build your own Alexa-like personal assistant.
Voice and natural language systems are an important step toward making our digital servants serve us on our terms.
We went from punch cards to green screens to GUIs and eventually to touch-based, palm-sized, location- and context-sensitive computers in the form of smartphones (not to mention those annoying smart-car panels). Now we have Apple’s Siri, Amazon’s Alexa, Microsoft’s Cortana, and Google’s Assistant answer our needs. To build voice and natural language capabilities into your own applications, you have several cloud options. For Alexa, you can tap into an open API at no apparent cost beyond AWS charges; the same goes for Google, although the Google Cloud site is as clear as mud on this point.
How to set up a password manager. iStock You use the same password for lots of different websites.
It’s OK. Everyone does it. No matter how many times your IT guy, nerdy friend, or even Slate tells you to use a different password on every site, no one does it because it would be too hard to keep track of all of them. Of course, as numerous hacks of large companies over the years remind you, if you use the same password on your bank account that you use for buying a framed picture of your dog, then someone who hacks the framing site will also have the credentials to get into your bank account.
That’s where a password manager comes in handy. Step 1: Choose a password manager. Step 2: Download and install the app and its various other accessory apps. As part of the installation, you’ll be asked to come up with a master password. Step 3: I recommend that you write that one important password down on a piece of paper, put it in a locked box, and reveal its location to one person you would trust with all your money. 1Password.
Log In - New York Times. Slow Cooker Lemon Rosemary Chicken and Vegetables - Slow Cooker Gourmet. Sears Outlet Store in Shrewsbury, MA 01545. Chalking the Door: An Epiphany Tradition - Building Faith. “We celebrate the themes of this season and once again to seek God’s blessing on their homes and on those who come and go through its doors.”
What is Chalking the Door? This short liturgy is a way of marking our homes, usually at the front or main entrance, with sacred signs and symbols as we ask God’s blessing upon those who live, work, or visit throughout the coming year. In Exodus, the Israelites marked their doors with blood so that the Lord would pass over their homes; but in this service, we mark our doors with chalk as a sign that we have invited God’s presence and blessing into our homes In Great Britain, the service commonly takes place on Twelfth-Night, January 6th. This date is also observed as Epiphany, commemorating the visiting of the Christ Child by the three Magi (Wise Men) with their gifts of gold, incense, and myrrh. The inscription written above the door is as follows: (Change the last number to the current year) What do the numbers and letters mean?
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