High-Speed WiFi Is Now Available On Mount Kilimanjaro

It’s now just a matter of time before someone livestreams their ascent of Africa’s highest mountain. High-speed WiFi has come to Kilimanjaro. The Tanzania Telecommunications Corporation turned on the broadband network on Tuesday at 12,200 feet. That covers the lower two-thirds of the mountain, but by the end of the […]

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How to Play Chess

Chess is a very popular two-player strategy game thought to have originated in India many centuries ago. To win the game, you must “checkmate” your opponent by moving your pieces such that the opponent’s king faces a threat of capture that can’t be eliminated. Although it has a set of […]

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How to Write a Short Story

For many writers, the short story is the perfect medium. It is a refreshing activity. For many, it is as natural as breathing is to lungs. While writing a novel can be a Herculean task, just about anybody can craft—and, most importantly, finish—a short story. Writing a novel can be […]

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French Senate Votes To Ban Headscarves From Sports Competitions

The French Senate has voted to ban sports players wearing headscarves during competitions, a move politicians say was taken in the interests of religious neutrality.   The contentious decision, opposed by Emmanuel Macron’s government, was approved by 160 votes to 143 in the upper house of parliament on Tuesday. Prior […]

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Is Wise Good For Transfer Money Abroad?

If you frequently need to make money transfers to a foreign country, look no further. Sending money internationally can be painful. It is time-consuming, expensive, bureaucratic, and inefficient. That’s about to change with Wise (formerly known as Transferwise). Wise is an online platform for sending and receiving money internationally. It’s […]

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