[ad_1] The Internet Archive has just opened due to the COVID-19 pandemic, releasing a lending library of 1.4 million free ebooks. Announcement on March 24, this âemergency libraryâ is aimed primarily at students, âto meet our unprecedented global and immediate need for access to reading and research materialâ. However, many
[ad_1] The coronavirus has changed the landscape for book lovers, especially those on a budget. Sure, many bookstores offer curbside service and online stores have plenty of titles for sale, but the costs can add up for families, many of whom are feeling a financial pinch during this crisis. Fortunately,
Keeping locked-up children busy as the coronavirus keeps their schools close is easier said than done. entertain them and help them learn something along the way? It’s practically herculean, but it’s possible if you have the right tools. Atelier Sésame does its best to equip parents suddenly faced with these
Can you tell me how to get to Sesame Street? Many companies and organizations are scrambling to create free (or cheaper, at least) movies, TV shows, books and other entertainment for people stuck at home during the coronavirus outbreak. Sling TV offers free movies and TV shows, 24 Hour Fitness
When Len Vlahos and Kristen Gilligan made the heartbreaking decision earlier this week to put most of their 160 full-time and part-time employees on unpaid temporary leave, they realized they weren’t alone. “In our industry, the retailer doesn’t set the price, it’s the seller, so we’re already a low-margin business.
[ad_1] With online banking and financial transactions making up a large and rapidly growing share of the total, businesses and regulators have recognized the need for a high level of trust with their customers, especially new ones, through mobile biometrics. The issues of knowing your customer online are explored in