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- President Trump casts his vote and lashes out at mail-in ballots
The 74-year-old, who has previously described postal voting as corrupt, went to Palm Beach County Main Library
and left saying: 'It was a very secure vote. Everything was perfect.'
Daily Mail. Sunday, 25 Oct 2020.
- Donald Trump cast his ballot in person in his new home state of Florida
President Trump cast his ballot in person at the polling station at the Palm Beach County Main Library
near Mar-a-Lago Saturday morning.
Daily Mail. Saturday, 24 Oct 2020.
- Elevate Your Mindfulness with This Top-Rated Meditation App
Omvana's meditation library
includes guided meditation tracks, classes, lessons, and more, all of which are led by some of the world's best personal growth teachers.
Entrepreneur. Friday, 23 Oct 2020.
- Netflix To Test Free Streaming Festival After Canceling Free Trials
Netflix recently ended its 30-day free trials, but users in some markets will soon get a chance to binge-watch the service's library
Mental Floss. Wednesday, 21 Oct 2020.
- Coronavirus: NI Libraries see 24,000 new online users during pandemic
NI saw its online membership rise by 23,569 between March and the end of September.
BBC News. Tuesday, 20 Oct 2020.
- Cinedigm Acquires The Film Detective, Adds Two Channels, 3,000 Films And TV Series
Cinedigm said it is buying The Film Detective, whose film and TV library
includes older classics such as Blood and Sand, His Girl Friday, and The Road to Hollywood. The deal also brings two streaming channels.
Forbes. Monday, 19 Oct 2020.
- Best 13-inch MacBook cases 2020: Protect your MacBook Pro or MacBook Air
Apple's MacBooks are some of the most ubiquitous laptops in the world, their silvery designs and Apple logos scattered throughout offices, libraries, schools
Pocket Lint. Monday, 19 Oct 2020.
- Middlesbrough library book returned 57 years late
The copy of Geoffrey Faber's poetry anthology The Buried Stream is "pristine", the council says.
BBC News. Saturday, 10 Oct 2020.
- Former Austin Library Employee Accused Of Stealing $1.3 Million In Printer Toner
A weird crime in a weird city.
Forbes. Tuesday, 6 Oct 2020.
- Former Texas public library employee charged with theft of $1.3M in printer toner
A year-long government audit has led to an arrest in what investigators said was the theft of $1.3 million in printer toner from the public library
in Austin, Texas, according to reports.
Fox News. Tuesday, 6 Oct 2020.
- Become a Better Entrepreneur with Lifetime Access to This 800-Course Library
Develop your skills, no matter what you want to learn.
Entrepreneur. Sunday, 4 Oct 2020.
- It might sound a bit odd, but NFL is making some noise by re-creating fan reactions
A years-long NFL Films project built a massive database of crowd sounds from every stadium, not knowing that audio library
would be so valuable in an age of empty venues and artificial noise.
Los Angeles Times. Thursday, 1 Oct 2020.
- Former Library Director Closes the Books on 40-Year Career
Gleniece Robinson will retire Wednesday after a 40-year career in public service in public libraries
NBC. Wednesday, Sep 30 2020.
- Everything coming to and leaving Netflix in October 2020
The streaming platform is helping its users gear up for the holiday this October by adding a bevy of spooky content to its library
Fox News. Sunday, 27 Sep 2020.
- Rare Edition of Shakespeare's Last Play Found in Spanish Library
The dusty volume may be the first copy of the Bard's dramatic works to circulate on Spanish soil
Smithsonian. Friday, 25 Sep 2020.
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