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Coral of the Year

Coral of the Year

Activism, Arts, culture, Design, Have you heard, Lifestyle, World
Tickle me pink - or ‘Living Coral,’ to be exact: coral has been deemed Colour of the Year by Pantone. With every day seeming to bring a new headline about how the world is breaking down, Pantone knows what humanity needs as 2018 comes to a close — a Colour of the Year that reflects ‘warmth and nourishment to provide comfort and buoyancy.’ Introducing the 2019 @Pantone Color of the Year: Living Coral. It is a warm natural shade that’s energizing, stunning, and at the intersection of the biggest visual trends. https://t.co/lQMk3ELeZv #COY2019 #LivingCoral pic.twitter.com/te6UP19rP7 — Adobe Illustrator (@Illustrator) December 7, 2018   Unlike ‘Rose Quartz’ (also referred to as ‘millennial pink’) which was Pantone’s Colour of the Year in 2016, the deep pink colour has a
Cheater cheater essay writer

Cheater cheater essay writer

Education, Have you heard, Lifestyle, Technology, University
Essay writing agencies may seem like a beacon of hope in the darkness of deadlines, but are they really bringing you towards the light? After a BBC investigation revealed that there were many videos breaching the company’s rules, Youtube has begun removing ‘essay writing services’ videos — particularly ones that promise plagiarism-free essays. How are students finding and using these services, and what are the consequences they face when they are caught by their academic institutions? According to the BBC, Facebook and Google have been asked by a regulator to end their income from advertising these businesses. This is a rising problem, because not only are the videos offering writing services, but there are also other writing agencies who contact students personally or post on
A mission to bridge world’s digital inequalities

A mission to bridge world’s digital inequalities

Have you heard, Lifestyle, Technology, World
LinkSure - A Chinese tech company has announced its plan to provide free satellite internet worldwide by 2026, joining top-tier companies like SpaceX, and Google in the operation to run a global level internet service. At Beijing’s strategic conference, a Shanghai-based company LinkSure Networks announced an ambitious plan of providing free internet service all over the world with their “LinkSure Swarm Constellation System” satellite network programme. Below is LinkSure’s projected timeline: According to the company website, they already offer service to more than 900 million users across 223 countries and regions through their application WiFi Master Key - a wifi-hotspot which allows people to use the internet without giving individual login details. So with their new sa
The kids are not alright

The kids are not alright

Have you heard, Health, Lifestyle
A new study shows that one in five young Brits struggle with mental health disorders. A report conducted by the NHS revealed that 16.9% of 17 to 19-year-olds showed symptoms of emotional, behavioural, hyperactivity and other less common mental illnesses. The most prevalent types of diseases experienced by young people were emotional disorders. The “Mental Health of Children and Young People in England, 2017” survey gathered data from 9,117 children and young people across England in the form of a questionnaire. In the event they were too young to fill it out themselves, it was completed by a parent or teacher. For the first time ever, the report even examined toddlers, concluding that 5.5% of two to four-year-olds had a mental illness. The rates of mental illnesses increased o
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