You can create a Google Site for personal or business use simply by heading to the Google Sites website.
When you create your Google Site, you’ll be offered templates to help you bring your site to life, even if you lack web-building skills.
Before you publish the Google Site, you’ll be asked to choose its URL, or input a URL that you already own.
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If you’re running a business and want to promote your work, need a professional portfolio that people can use to learn more about you, or simply want to share your thoughts, you might consider making your own website.
There are dozens of companies that can help you build and publish a website. But Google Sites makes the process simple, straightforward,
A video tweeted by President Donald Trump on Wednesday, which contained a series of unsubstantiated allegations of voting fraud, featured a man who is suspected of being closely intertwined with the “QAnon” conspiracy.
In a post to his 88.9 million followers, the president pitched the clip as evidence that the November 3 election was rigged in favor of Democrat Joe Biden.
Since losing to Biden, Trump has latched onto the idea that voting machines owned by a company called Dominion may have been hacked, manipulated or tampered with to alter ballots, despite there being no evidence to suggest the claim is accurate.
The video was a news segment published on Monday by One America News Network OANN, a pro-Trump outlet. It was centered around an interview with a “cyber analyst” who suggested there were security vulnerabilities in Dominion systems.
Don Wildman uncovers dark and twisted tales of the paranormal from all around the world. Using his thirst for adventure and his love of storytelling, Wildman reveals the supernatural is all around us – if you know who to talk to and where to look. [Hour-long episodes]
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Don Wildman explores terrifying tales of scorned women seeking vengeance from the other side, including a woman accused of seducing her husbands with witchcraft and an Inca princess who guards her family’s treasure with a deadly curse.
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World-renowned paranormal investigator Jason Hawes uncovers the world’s most horrifying haunts. He reveals the gravest of locations through spine-chilling firsthand accounts, eerie re-enactments and eye-opening interviews
PHOENIX (AP) — A internet interruption resulting from a ransomware attack on a hosting provider has limited functionality of the Arizona state court system’s webpage for most of this week, according to the vendor and court officials.
The court system acknowledged the continuing problem in a brief notice on the judicial branch’s azcourts.gov homepage, which on Friday did not display the normal full array of content.
The vendor, Managed.com, said it had an “unscheduled service interruption” that began Monday and continued into Friday.
“On Nov.16, the Managed.com environment was attacked by a coordinated ransomware campaign,” the company said in an online notice posted Friday. “To ensure the integrity of our customers’ data, the limited number of impacted sites were immediately taken offline. Upon further investigation and out of an abundance of caution, we took down our entire system to ensure further customer sites were not compromised,”
Klein, 36, left The Post in 2014 to start Vox with two colleagues, Melissa Bell and Matthew Yglesias. The site — which publishes analytical reported articles explaining everything from Boeing’s issues with its 737 Max jet to Hunter Biden’s Ukrainian connections — is part of a constellation of specialized news-and-commentary sites owned by Vox Media, including SB Nation (sports), Curbed (real estate) and Eater (food). Vox is based in Washington and New York.
Despite multimillion-dollar investments from Wall Street firms and traditional media companies, many of the top names in digital media have struggled to realize the profits once imagined from the epochal transition from traditional print and broadcast media to the online kind. This has led to layoffs, waning of capital investment and a broad industry retrenchment.
Fierce competition for advertising and subscriber dollars, high overhead and more recently the pandemic have made it difficult to reap large returns.
Chromium is an important piece of software that helps run some of the most popular internet browsers in the world, including Google Chrome and Microsoft Edge.
You can also download Chromium and use it as its own internet browser, but it’s not stable and is missing many of the features present in modern browsers.
Chromium is open-source, meaning that anyone can take the software and make their own program using it.
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Chromium, first released by Google in 2008, is one of the most popular software projects in the world. A vast majority of internet users use Chromium in some way — it’s the software unpinning both Google Chrome and Microsoft Edge.
The reason that Chromium is so popular is that it’s open-source, meaning that anyone can use
Adobe is killing Flash by the end of 2020, but Flash animations and games will live on.
The Internet Archive is using an in-development Flash emulator called Ruffle to help users play historical Flash items in their browsers without having to use a plugin. The emulator isn’t perfect, but it can run a large number of Flash animations smoothly.
Here are some of the best Flash items in the Archive’s collection, and here’s a more extensive collection of the hundreds of items uploaded so far.
As the Internet Archive explains, Flash emerged (alongside Shockwave) in the early 1990s amid a need for animation, sound, and greater audio/video flexibility in webpages.
“Flash had many things going for it—the ability to compress down significantly made it a big advantage in the dial-up web era. It could also shift playback quality to adjust to a wide variety of machines,” Jason
Remote working and schooling has become the norm for many of us this past year — and there’s a good chance we’ll be continuing to do so for a bit longer. After upgrading your work-from-home digs with a more comfortable chair or a standing desk, the next addition you should consider is a larger secondary monitor.
Screen constraint can hamper anyone’s workflow. Who hasn’t wasted precious time trying to find that one spreadsheet buried beneath 15 other open applications on an oh-so-small laptop screen? A full-size monitor lets you multitask without having to constantly scroll through different windows and allows you to neatly arrange them all right in front of you.
We’ve been testing seven of the highest-rated monitors over the past month to find the best, which we ultimately whittled down to three top picks:
Best overall computer monitor: Lenovo L24q-30 Monitor ($169.99, originally $199.99; amazon.com)
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