CAMP’s New Website Answers the Perennial Family Question: “What Should We Do Today?”

CAMP’s New Website Answers the Perennial Family Question: “What Should We Do Today?”

Activities, Virtual Experiences and Gift Guides bring play and joy to families this holiday season

CAMP, the Family Experience Company, today announced the launch of its reimagined website. Families can now shop and play on Camp.com in the same magical way they do in CAMP stores. This new digital destination is the first family retailer to take a content-driven approach to e-commerce. Families can now enjoy shoppable gift guides, fun family games, kid-friendly recipes, and travel to destinations around the world right from home.

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“It’s not enough for online retailers to just list products anymore,” said Ben Kaufman, CEO of CAMP. “They need to contextualize and curate them in relevant and interesting ways through editorial content. As a retailer, we also know that

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CAMP’s New Website Answers the Perennial Family Question: “What Should We Do Today?”

Activities, Virtual Experiences and Gift Guides bring play and joy to families this holiday season

CAMP, the Family Experience Company, today announced the launch of its reimagined website. Families can now shop and play on Camp.com in the same magical way they do in CAMP stores. This new digital destination is the first family retailer to take a content-driven approach to e-commerce. Families can now enjoy shoppable gift guides, fun family games, kid-friendly recipes, and travel to destinations around the world right from home.

This press release features multimedia. View the full release here: https://www.businesswire.com/news/home/20201123006106/en/

(Graphic: Business Wire)

(Graphic: Business Wire)

“It’s not enough for online retailers to just list products anymore,” said Ben Kaufman, CEO of CAMP. “They need to contextualize and curate them in relevant and interesting ways through editorial content. As a retailer, we also know that this holiday will look very different, that’s why we’ve created fun and meaningful

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Programming club preps students as job candidates in competitive market | UTSA Today | UTSA

Programming club preps students as job candidates in competitive market

NOVEMBER 17, 2020 — A UTSA club is preparing students to contend for jobs in the competitive tech industry.

The International Collegiate Programming Contest club is part of UTSA’s Association for Computing Machinery chapter. The International Collegiate Programming Contest is a global programming competition. Thousands of three-person teams compete by solving anywhere from eight to 12 algorithm problems of varying difficulty.

Students in the programming contest club gain experience in all fields of technology and computing during regular meetings and ICPC competitions.

In November the club hosted the first UTSA-only programming contest. Seven teams solved as many algorithm and data structure problems as they could during an intense two-hour competition. Team iterators, a mix of computer engineering and computer science students, won first place. 


“It’s a great way to involve different departments that all have a shared interest in using code to solve problems.”



“Our plan is to have a

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Glastonbury Launching New And Improved Town Website Today

November 9, 2020

The Town of Glastonbury is pleased to announce the launch of a new and improved Town website, which will “Go Live” on Tuesday, November 10, 2020. The new site has been designed with an emphasis on improved accessibility and navigation, particularly when accessing the site on mobile devices, and will feature a more modern look with enhanced search capabilities and graphic elements. Popular menus such as “I Want To” and “Departments” will remain in place, but the content overall will be better organized to help citizens find the information and resources they need quickly and easily. The homepage will also offer new features including a “Service Finder” and top search suggestions. Interior pages will leverage formatting widgets and image “buttons” to help users quickly navigate to popular content as supported by Google Analytics. All of these features are also available on the mobile version of the site,

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Building a website? This highly-rated SEO course is 92% off today



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Did you know that the #1 result on any Google search receives ten times more traffic on average than the#10 result? SEO Training 2020: The Ultimate SEO Course shows you how to rank higher, and it’s currently 92% off at $14.99.

Whether you are building a business or promoting your art, people need to find your site. While social media can help, the search is still the largest single source of traffic.

This 10-hour course helps you optimize your site for search with content and technical improvements.

Through 67 hands-on lessons, you discover how to target low-competition keywords with engaging content and make your site load in less than one second. The training also looks at building backlinks, reducing bounce rates, and finding niches that you can rank for.

Your instructor is Abdul Wali professional SEO marketer, blogger, and developer. This course is rated at

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Ottawa expected to make broadband internet announcement today



a large tall tower with a cloudy blue sky: The Liberal government has been promising to do something to approve broadband internet service in rural areas.


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The Liberal government has been promising to do something to approve broadband internet service in rural areas.

The Liberal government is set to make an announcement today about their long-promised plan to expand high-speed broadband access to rural Canada.

The announcement comes as more Canadians find themselves living online while stuck at home during the COVID-19 pandemic.

Prime Minister Justin Trudeau is set to make the announcement at 10 a.m. ET along with Innovation Minister Navdeep Bains, Rural Economic Development Maryam Monsef, Infrastructure Minister Catherine McKenna and Government House leader Pablo Rodriguez.

It will be followed by a technical briefing for reporters about the government’s “efforts to support high-speed internet access for Canadians in rural and remote communities.”

The Liberal government made a promise to improve access last year on the campaign trail and Monsef promised to hasten those plans in response to the pandemic.

That

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Showtime’s ‘Moonbase 8’ launches today and you can watch episode 1 for free

Showtime’s “Moonbase 8” launches John C. Reilly, Fred Armison, Tim Heidecker and more on a mock moon adventure. (Image credit: A24/Showtime)

If you enjoyed Netflix’s “Space Force,” you’re in for a treat. A new space comedy series about moon exploration will drop Sunday (Nov. 8), and you can watch the first episode for free.

The premiere episode of Showtime’s “Moonbase 8” will be available on streaming platforms and on demand starting at 12 a.m. EST (0500 GMT), Showtime said. The series timing is apt, as in real life, NASA and numerous international partners are pushing to have humans land on the moon’s south pole in 2024 as part of its long-term Artemis program.

Related: 20 sci-fi movies and TV shows to binge watch on Netflix

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John C. Reilly washes off a mock moon rover in Showtime's "Moonbase 8."

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The crew of Moonbase 8 have color coded spacesuits, just like real astronauts.

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Inside the habitat of Showtime's Moonbase 8.

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If You Invested $5,000 in Vaxart During the Last Recession, This Is How Much You Would Have Today

Vaxart (NASDAQ: VXRT), the San Francisco-area clinical-stage biotech company, has made and lost millions for investors this year.



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If You Invested $5,000 in Vaxart During the Last Recession, This Is How Much You Would Have Today

On Feb. 3, at the beginning of the recession, Vaxart’s shares opened at $1.32 a share, buoyed by a Jan. 31 announcement that it had started a program to develop an oral vaccine to fight the coronavirus.

By July, the stock was up to $17.49. Those who had spent $5,000 on the stock when it was at $1.32 would have received 3,787 shares at the time, assuming they didn’t buy any split shares. If they sold the stock at its 52-week peak, their investment would have left them with $66,235, including a net profit of $61,236.



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Today only: Save up to $250 on Shark vacuums at Kohl’s (Update: Expired)

Shark is a well-known brand in the suction business, often landing among the top spots on CNET roundups. For example, in The best cordless vacuum for 2020, a Shark nabbed the title for the best midrange cordless. And the company offers a broad range of vacuums, from robot vacuum to uprights to cordless stick models. No matter which kind of vacuum you want, here’s a chance to save some money: For the rest of the day, there are some deep discounts on Shark vacuums at Kohl’s. 

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This Wi-Fi-connected robo-vac is equipped with Wi-Fi for control from a remote control or voice control from Alexa and Google Assistant. It has large side brushes to sweep gunk into its maw; the vacuum can also tackle both hardwood and rugs. 

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The Shark Rotator Professional Lift-Away Upright Vacuum works as an upright or has a detachable pod for cleaning on any

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SBI upgrading its internet banking services, YONO app today



a person standing in front of a store: SBI upgrading its internet banking services, YONO app today


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SBI upgrading its internet banking services, YONO app today

India’s largest lender State Bank of India (SBI) has informed its customers through a notice that Yono, Yono Lite, and internet banking (INB ) may witness some intermittent issues today because the bank is upgrading its internet banking platforms, so ignore using SBI’s internet banking, SBI Yono app or SBI Yono Lite app for today.

“We request our esteemed customers to bear with us as we upgrade our internet banking platform to provide for a better online banking experience.” SBI tweeted.

We request our esteemed customers to bear with us as we upgrade our internet banking platform to provide for a better online banking experience.#SBI#StateBankOfIndia#ImportantNotice#InternetBanking#OnlineSBIpic.twitter.com/pYfiC3RJQl

— State Bank of India (@TheOfficialSBI) November 7, 2020

The bank posted the announcement along with the tweet that says ” We are upgrading our internet banking platfom for better experience. During this

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