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Water Cooler / How CBD helped this old chihuahua
« on: September 26, 2021, 12:37:47 AM »
I'm posting this because I've seen similar results with my SIL's 15yo dog, Madison.  He couldn't walk down 2 short steps but they gave him a couple of these and he easily move down them less than a hour later.  I *think* it was the same logo/brand.


iOS users have a similar feature that acts as a spam filter. To enable it, follow these steps:

Open Settings
Tap on Messages
Scroll down and turn on the Filter Unknown Senders option
This method will create a separate Unknown Senders tab in your default messaging app. If the sender is not in your address book, their messages will end up there and won’t trigger a notification.

Be careful not to lose important messages from unsaved numbers (for example, when you order food delivery).

Hardware & Technology / Good news & bad news about US robocalls
« on: September 25, 2021, 12:38:39 PM »
Good News: Deadline for phone companies to block robocalls is finally here

Bad News: The law doesn't apply to texts, which has evolved to become the primary communications mode.

I've pretty much chucked my phone.  Works great for us eccentric, reclusive types.

Water Cooler / Wilding in NC
« on: September 24, 2021, 07:19:30 PM »
"Conservation corridors are long connections of land that haven’t been crossed by roads or had homes developed on them. These undeveloped land bridges allow rare species and plants to move freely about, something Sweeney has said is critical as rising temperatures force vulnerable animals and plants to migrate."

Where are Tim Sweeney’s largest NC land conservation efforts? | Durham Herald Sun

"Gradually, Garland came to the same realization that many of her fellow educators have reached in the past four years: the concept of file folders and directories, essential to previous generations’ understanding of computers, is gibberish to many modern students."

Kids who grew up with search engines could change STEM education forever

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