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Thomas Maugh II, Los Angeles Times science reporter, dies at 77

Thomas H. Maugh II, a Los Angeles Occasions science reporter with a doctorate in chemistry and a knack for promptly churning out complex entrance-site stories, died Monday at his property in Los Angeles immediately after years of declining well being. He was 77.

In his 26 yrs at The Moments, Maugh assisted viewers make perception of the medical analysis their life sometimes depended on.

He experienced an eye for the forgotten, reporting on the federal government’s continual undercounting of new HIV infections and how a gold-normal examination for detecting blocked arteries created inaccurate outcomes in gals.

“He could produce a

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APPS & WEB

Google announces Google Fulfill net app for Chromebook users just times just after Zoom PWA start

Adhering to the start of the Zoom world-wide-web application, Google has announced a new standalone world-wide-web application for Google Satisfy also known as Progressive Internet Application (PWA). All the features of Google Meet up with are out there on this net app but it’s strictly for the website. The new advancement has eased the complications of signing up for the meeting by typing the URL or via Gmail and now it can be carried out by downloading the application on a laptop, personal computer, or MacBook. 

Variance between Google Meet and Google Fulfill web application

There is no sizeable functional

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NEWS MAGAZINE

New York Times Magazine slammed for ‘shoddy’ essay on anti-vital race idea legislation

Critics are slamming an essay printed in New York Occasions Journal this week that took intention at anti-essential race theory laws staying signed into regulation throughout the region. 

In the piece published on Tuesday titled, “The War on History Is a War on Democracy,” Yale University heritage professor Timothy Snyder in comparison opposition to CRT to Russian “memory legislation”

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