Building a website used to be an expensive endeavor, requiring you to hire a slew of web developers, web designers, back-end coders, and database experts. You also needed to pay for website hosting, email servers, and domain registration.
Nowadays, you can build a website and publish it without spending a penny. The best website builders enable you to design and edit an entire site without touching a line of code.
Step 1: Understand your options
Even if you’re not able to spend anything on a new website, you still have a few options. You could write every line of code yourself in a tool like Notepad++ or an IDE (Integrated Development Environment), like CoffeeCup HTML Editor. Then, you can upload your website to a free hosting provider. Some of
The E-LEARN act, announced Tuesday by Sens. Shelley Mayer, D-Westchester, John Liu, D-Queens, and Pete Harckham, D-Putnam, would provide free broadband access to every student and school in the state for the duration of the pandemic. That access would be funded by internet service providers.
“We are not complying with the state constitution,” Liu said. “The New York State Constitution requires us to provide a sound basic education for all of the school kids in the state of New York. In this day and age, that is impossible without quality broadband internet access.
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Google Sites is Google’s free and easy-to-use website building tool.
While the look or feel of Google Sites may not be quite as evolved as a Squarespace website, there are a few benefits to using the service if you want to create a simple and functional site.
For starters, it’s completely free. There’s no limit on the number of sites you can create as long as you stay within the 15 GB storage limit on your Google account.
A version of Google Sites has been around since 2008, but there have been significant updates along the way. Google is currently phasing out older sites — called “classic Sites” — in favor of the newer version of the website builder. If you’re a longtime user with an older site, you’ll
MISSOURI CITY, Texas, Nov. 24, 2020 /PRNewswire/ — Arcos, Inc. announced today it would provide six months’ free use of Vent Navigator™, a new Clinical Decision Support (CDS) tool for patients suffering from Acute Respiratory Distress Syndrome (ARDS), to users who sign up at ArcosMedical.com by March 31, 2021.
“Given that the influx of COVID-19 patients is stretching critical care resources so thinly, we decided to offer Vent Navigator for free during this time to support critical care professionals,” said Chris Meador, President and Co-founder of Arcos. “Vent Navigator provides evidence-based recommendations for lung-protective ventilator settings, spontaneous breathing trials (SBTs), and extubation.”
Features and benefits of Vent Navigator include:
Embedded protocols and complex decision trees, including ARDSNet and PALICC guidelines and SBT criteria
Recommendations for ventilator setting changes in PEEP/FiO2, as well as tidal volume and inspiratory pressure, based on ongoing blood gas test results
Fisher River Cree Nation is making the transition to online learning easier by giving students in the community a free laptop or iPad and internet connection device.
“It’s a great thing… because not every family actually has the money to afford a laptop,” said Grade 12 student Koby Wilson.
Wilson is one of 470 students who attend the two schools in the community about 170 kilometres north of Winnipeg. He works part time at the local restaurant and is a councillor for Fisher River’s junior chief and council.
During the first few weeks of the school year, students were given paper homework packages.
In October, the Fisher River Education Authority received an order of 230 Toshiba laptops which were given to
The National Foundation for Educational Research estimates that children in England are at least three months behind in their studies due to Covid-19 restrictions – with disadvantaged pupils among the worst affected.
In light of this, Vodafone has announced plans to supply free internet access to 250,000 children across the UK, in order to help them access school work from home, catch up on lost learning during the school holidays, and allow them to continue their education if they are required to isolate.
The programme – called the ‘Vodafone schools.connected support’ – is available to primary and secondary school children in England, Northern Ireland, Scotland and Wales, and schools can apply for the programme now.
How does it work?
Schools around the UK can order data SIMs through the scheme to give to pupils who are finding it difficult to access their education from home
Bandsintown is the global hub of live streaming and live music discovery.
In addition to Bandsintown LIVE’s regular Tuesday and Wednesday programming, “Glenn Gould’s Uninvited Guests” takes over the channel this Thursday.
“Uninvited Guests” is a modern interpretation of classical music blending recordings from renowned pianist Glenn Gould with lyrics and melodies from present-day artists. The collective of artists assembled by Billy Wild includes Gabriel Pick, Ro Joaquim, AARYS, Your Hunni, Chief Awuah, and DopeFa$e, who have infused classical music with electronic, pop, and hip hop beats.
Watch Free On Bandsintown LIVE on Twitch at live.bandsintown.com
TUESDAY – NOVEMBER 17 – #MOSTLIKED 2:00 PM ET / 11:00 AM PT to 6:00 PM / 3:00 PM PT ROZZI, Clare Dunn and More HOME SCHOOL REWIND Global new artist showcase curated by School Night, Tom Windish and Bandsintown. 6:00 PM ET / 3:00 PM PT Sycco 6:20 PM ET / 3:20 PM
One of CNET’s favorite live TV streaming services for cord-cutters, Sling TV, has busted out its Black Friday promotions. The two deals, available to new customers only, are a free month of service or a free Android TV streaming device.
Here’s the details:
New customers who sign up for one month of Sling Orange and/or Sling Blue ($30) or Best of Spanish TV will receive their second month of service for free.
Alternatively, new customers who prepay for one month of Sling Orange and/or Blue can get the AirTV Mini Android TV streamer for free (an $80 value). I haven’t reviewed the AirTV Mini, but it appears to be similar to both the TVision Hub and the TiVo
If you’re new to the PlayStation ecosystem–either on PS4 or the new PS5–you’re going to need to be familiar with PlayStation Plus. A subscription service introduced several years ago, PlayStation Plus is required to play the majority of online PS5 and PS4 games, and you also get a few different perks and bonuses for having an active PS Plus subscription. The biggest perk is the monthly free games, which let you build up a collection without needing purchase games outright, should you so choose.
Whether you’re new to PlayStation or just need a refresher, here’s everything you need to know about PS Plus to help you decide if it’s right for you.
What is PlayStation Plus?
PlayStation Plus is an optional service similar to Microsoft’s Xbox Live Gold that provides subscribers with access to online gaming. If you want
Nimble offers a free year of its award-winning CRM to empower job seekers and entrepreneurs who have so graciously served in the United States military
Nimble, the simple smart CRM built for Office 365 and G Suite teams, announced today that it is offering a free one-year license to all veterans and active-duty members who have served in the United States military.
Our Nimble team admires and respects the loyalty, dedication, and sacrifice of the U.S. service members and wants to support their entrepreneurship goals. Nimble believes that the skills gained from military service are the perfect foundation for business success, as well.
Nimble is Proud to Serve United States Military Service Members
“I strongly believe that discipline, hard work, quick problem-solving, and decision-making that the brave men and women of our U.S. military gained through their years of service are the perfect skill set that makes them great entrepreneurs,”