GoMarketing Offers Home Services Companies Website Compliance for Americans with Disabilities Act (ADA), with Development and Software

Lately, ADA site compliance and website compatibility are no longer terminologies for home service companies. These terms refer to strict adherence to compliance. Furthermore, the dangling threat of ADA violation is the chance home services companies don’t have to take when there’s expertise and technological solution available. “GoMarketing wants to make each aspect of website content accessible to anyone with a disability,” said Richard Uzelac, the CEO and Founder of GoMarketing Inc.

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GoMarketing offers Americans with Disabilities Act Website Compliance. The digital era is not a self-automated mechanism that convinces and offers home service companies with ADA compliance support. But continuous evolution of digitalization has managed to create a need for home services businesses to remain ADA compliant. “As much as GoMarketing takes pride in its AI-based content modification, we want to help home service companies understand the financial and legal impact of

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How much do Americans pay for internet service over a lifetime?

If you feel like you’re paying an arm and a leg for internet every month, you’re not imagining things. Americans really do pay more for internet service over a lifetime than almost any other country on earth.

Our internet isn’t exactly the fastest or most stable compared to other countries, so why the high costs? It isn’t government-subsidized for starters, and service providers take a decent sized cut of the profit. Tap or click here to see how to reduce your data usage.

To understand just how much Americans pay, check out this eye-opening list of what the top 20 countries with the highest amount of internet users pay for a lifetime of service. We’re only number two, but others on the list pay much less than we do.

Americans pay how much for internet?

U.S. residents can expect to pay $32,400 for the internet over the course of a

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Americans Lost 138 Million Hours of Sleep on Election Night

(Bloomberg) — Election night was the low point of the year when it comes to sleep.



a group of people standing in front of a crowd: Attendees watch results come in during a 2020 U.S. presidential election night watch party in San Francisco, California, U.S., on Tuesday, Nov. 3, 2020. President Donald Trump has once again defied polls and predictions, with a strong showing across the Sun Belt in early results appearing to significantly shrink Democratic nominee Joe Biden’s path to victory.


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Attendees watch results come in during a 2020 U.S. presidential election night watch party in San Francisco, California, U.S., on Tuesday, Nov. 3, 2020. President Donald Trump has once again defied polls and predictions, with a strong showing across the Sun Belt in early results appearing to significantly shrink Democratic nominee Joe Biden’s path to victory.

According to data compiled through a health-tracking device designed in Finland, Americans lost a total of 138 million hours of sleep on election night.

The Oura ring, which as the name suggests is worn on a user’s finger, also tracked faster heart rates as U.S. users reported more stress and anxiety than normal, according to a blog post by the company. It said the average number of hours slept fell to 6 1/2 — a record

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Americans Are Still Yawning At Personal Electric Cars, But Fleet Sales Are Skyrocketing

Americans are still on the fence regarding all-electric vehicles despite over a dozen electrics slated for unveiling in the coming year including sedans, sports cars, SUVs and pickups. There are a variety of reasons for this, including lack of plentiful charging stations, having to install expensive ones at home, or living in an urban dwelling where plugging in a vehicle isn’t possible.

However, the fleet industry – delivery vans, garbage trucks and semis – has no such doubts. Government mandates and operating costs that continue to plunge as the technology improves have ensured that in the not-too-far-off future, that garbage truck that pulls up in front of your apartment at 4:30

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What $99 internet from space means for Americans



a satellite in space: A stack of SpaceX Starlink satellites awaits deployment in low-earth orbit.


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A stack of SpaceX Starlink satellites awaits deployment in low-earth orbit.

SpaceX’s novel broadband network in space has begun to demonstrate its chops for military pilots and firefighters. Now individual consumers will get their first crack at testing the service. According to leaks from testers, the price is $99 a month, plus a $499 on-boarding fee, presumably covering the cost of the satellite antennae users will need.

Billed as a “better than nothing Beta,” users are warned that their connections may occasionally fail. It’s hard not to see this as a last-minute attempt to fulfill Musk’s promise that service would begin this year. Still, if fulfills its promise of “50Mb/s to 150Mb/s and latency from 20ms to 40ms,” it would provide faster data transfers, albeit at higher latency, than your humble correspondent’s Comcast connection in Oakland, California.

Starlink would also cost more than my internet—but not

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New Yoh Survey Shows 68% of Employed Americans Face Challenges with Their Workplace Software Technology

Software Technologies Always Changing, Adding New Software Technologies, Lack of Software Integration, and Outdated Software Technology Among Top Issues for Workers

PHILADELPHIA, Oct. 28, 2020 (GLOBE NEWSWIRE) — According to a new survey of nearly 1,200 employed Americans, 68% of U.S. workers say they face at least one challenge when it comes to the software technologies they need to use as part of their jobs. The survey was conducted online by The Harris Poll on behalf of Yoh, a leading international talent and outsourcing company and part of Day & Zimmermann.

In fact, more than a third (35%) of employed Americans said they face two or more challenges with the software technologies they use at work. These issues include software technology always changing, software technology being added regularly, the company having too many different software technologies, the company not having the right software technologies to benefit their job, the lack

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Fake news spread on WhatsApp to Indian Americans plays stealth role in U.S. election

By Paresh Dave

OAKLAND, Calif. (Reuters) – New Jersey tech entrepreneur Arun Bantval is U.S. presidential candidate Joe Biden’s top fake-news watchdog on messaging service WhatsApp about the Democrat and his Indian American running mate Kamala Harris.

Messages on WhatsApp, owned by Facebook Inc, are confidential and cannot be seen by moderators who police misleading memes, claims and other content on the social media giant’s flagship platform. Two billion users rely on WhatsApp’s free app to chat with individuals and groups of up to 256 people.

Bantval, 56, who chairs the Biden campaign’s five-member rapid response team focused on South Asian voters, has tracked dozens of concerning messages of unknown origin and crafted about 50 rebuttal graphics and texts over the last three months.

His team and similar ones at nonpartisan groups are trying to fill WhatsApp’s moderation void by joining big WhatsApp groups and asking community leaders to report

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Americans Working From Home Face Internet Usage Limits

The coronavirus pandemic led millions of Americans to turn their homes into offices and classrooms. It also forced many to change their habits to keep their internet bills in check.

Shea Dunn, a data-process analyst for

Target Corp.

who has been working from his Minneapolis home since March, said he never had to think about his household’s internet consumption. That changed in early July, when he got a notice from his broadband provider,

Comcast Corp.


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, informing him he was using too much data and was liable for a $50 fee if he kept exceeding his cap.

Mr. Dunn said he has been watching his internet usage very closely ever since to avoid being hit with an overage fee, especially at the end of each month. “Even without downloading Xbox games anymore, I still receive messages that I’m close to hitting the cap,” Mr. Dunn said.

The amount

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