Kim Komando Special to USA TODAY Published 5:00 AM EDT Jun 13, 2019 Daily necessities are vanishing one by one, thanks to new and efficient technology. Stamps, maps, and cookbooks still exist, but we hardly ever need them. Why place a personals ad when you can just “swipe left?” The standard electronics, gear, and ways of yesteryear have vanished as if it was never invented at all. As old formats disappear, that leaves us with the task of what to do with our memories. Tap or click here for the steps you need to bring your old videos, photos, and music into today's digital age. Even services that seem new are vanishing in the name of progress; Apple is killing off iTunes and here’s what it means to your music and movies. Here are some rituals that are no longer required in many households. If you’re 40 years or older, you’ll probably smile with nostalgia. Share this list on social media. Others will enjoy this trip down memory lane too! 1. Memorize a … [Read more...] about Everyday tasks that few people do anymore because of technology.
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Member Center:Create Account|Log InManage Account|Log Out Home News Listen Schedules Birthdays Newsletter Promotions Advisories Wanted Weather About LIFESTYLE KUAM Podcast Network i94-FM Isla63-AM TV11 TV8 TVone GNN Auto Beauty & Style Entertainment Food Health Home/Family Money Pets Tech Travel VideoBytes Press Releases GACS: GDOE loophole holding up construction job payment Posted: Wednesday, May 22, 2019 9:44 PM EDTUpdated: Wednesday, May 22, 2019 10:02 PM EDTBy Julius [email protected] The Guahan Academy Charter School has been doing what it can to address outstanding obligations and payment issues. Last week, KUAM reported on an Office of Accountability appeals claim by Rex International seeking payment for constructing the GACS campus. According to GACS Board of Trustees Audit Committee Chairman Al Erguiza, the charter school has been addressing their funding issues and that their legal counsel is managing the larger debts, like the one … [Read more...] about GACS: GDOE loophole holding up construction job payment
Call for ban of 'anything but voluntary' school payments Independent.ie Labour wants to ban €45m worth of school payments made by families to fund school trips and extra-curricular activities that leave hard-pressed parents feeling “shame” and embarrassment. https://www.independent.ie/irish-news/education/call-for-ban-of-anything-but-voluntary-school-payments-38091926.html https://www.independent.ie/opinion/article38039441.ece/a7422/AUTOCROP/h342/2019-01-22_opi_47366103_I1.JPG Email Labour wants to ban €45m worth of school payments made by families to fund school trips and extra-curricular activities that leave hard-pressed parents feeling “shame” and embarrassment. Under new proposals being debated in the Seanad today schools will no longer be able to seek voluntary contributions from parents. These are sums paid on top of school books and uniforms, often used to fill funding gaps in schools. Labour spokesperson on education Aodhán … [Read more...] about Call for ban of ‘anything but voluntary’ school payments
The dates on which people get their Universal Credit payments will change twice in May because of the Bank Holidays. It follows changes some people will have seen in April because of the Easter Bank Holiday dates. The Department for Work and Pensions has issued advice to let people know the money will appear on different dates - probably not when they are expecting it. Hundreds of people have spoken out in the past about Universal Credit leaving them in debt - or with little to no cash - so getting the date of payments right is vital if you are planning to pay bills or have to go out and buy food. The Department for Work and Pensions said: "If a payment date is on a bank holiday or weekend, customers will be paid on the last working day before the bank holiday or weekend." So this means - Due date: Early Bank Holiday Monday May 6 (or May 4/5). Payment date: Friday May 3 Due date: Late May Bank Holiday Monday May 27 (or May 25/26). Payment date Friday, May 24. Benefits are usually paid … [Read more...] about Universal Credit payments change in May because of Bank Holidays
Police in Irvine are warning that anyone can become a victim of bogus callers. They launched their Shut Out Scammers campaign this week, raising awareness of offenders who cold-call people at their homes and scam them out of money. Chief Inspector Brian Shaw, area commander for North Ayrshire, joined partners on Monday to launch the local activities in support of the national campaign. He said: “Doorstep crime can have a devastating impact on victims and it is therefore vital that the everyone works together to help stop members of our community being targeted by those intent on defrauding them of cash or gaining access to their homes. “Our Shut Out Scammers campaign provides an opportunity to highlight the work police and partners undertake throughout the year to tackle those involved in this type of criminality and to prevent further people from falling victim to scammers. “There is no specific look to a bogus caller or rogue trader Residents must be alert. … [Read more...] about Irvine police launch campaign to raise awareness of bogus callers