Technical bytes: May 2021

Welcome to Tech Bytes! In this series, we bring the biggest news touching the fields of technology and games, presenting them in a short summary that you can quickly catch up, so that you are in the know about this dinner and these drinks. May isn’t just a question of …

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FREE: TCU Recruitment Chat Recap

What, if anything, do you hear on Aykaleb Evans? Are we unloading it? TCU spoke with him but hasn’t heard much from him lately. They always try to show him around. Avg. recruitment rating for our 2022 class when all is said and done … Plus / minus 0.88? I …

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Thousands of state employees stay at home until July

Although there may be some hesitation, many Michigan companies are now able to return their employees to their normal work environment. Yesterday marked the official state-authorized return-to-work day following governor’s orders that where possible, employees should work from home due to the dangers of the COVID-19 virus outbreak . But …

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Your solo travel guide: deals, safety and more

Imagine waking up to a fabulous place with no schedule, to-do list, or other people’s temperaments to consider. Just you, a queen-size bed, a good book, and a whole new destination to explore. Sounds like a vacation, right? Solo travel can be especially rewarding and fulfilling, and there’s no better …

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