As someone who spends a large part of her day behind a screen for one reason or another, it’s important to me that the experience be as seamless as possible. In part, this means testing keyboards for optimal wrist comfort and meticulously optimising my screen’s brightness for late-night scrolling, but it also means making the most of shortcuts my computer has already created for me. While most people know the benefits of a desperate CTRL-Z stroke or the peace of mind that comes from remembering to press CTRL-S after adding the finishing touches to your latest masterpiece, there are many other keyboard shortcuts out there that could be making your life even better. Here are 11 Windows keyboard shortcuts I can’t believe I ever lived without: CTRL-F From time to time I find myself up against a deadline and buried under a mountain of paperwork that still needs to be read. I need to have at least some understanding of what the documents cover, but the idea of … [Read more...] about 11 keyboard shortcuts I can’t believe I lived without
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By: John Stepek 12/11/2018 This article is taken from our FREE daily investment email Money Morning. Every day, MoneyWeek's executive editor John Stepek and guest contributors explain how current economic and political developments are affecting the markets and your wealth, and give you pointers on how you can profit.Sign up free here. In this week's issue of MoneyWeek magazine ● Modi’s magic will power India for years to come ● Low volatility – or low rates? ● Three banks that will thrive in the fourth industrial revolution ● A premium infrastructure fund ● Three alternative-finance platforms making waves ● Share tips of the week Not a subscriber? Sign up here “Passive might be fine for bull markets. But when a bear market comes along, you’ll want an active manager who can be nimble and save you from the worst of the damage.” If I had £1 for every time I’ve heard this gem … [Read more...] about I can’t see why you’d ever use an active fund to invest in big US stocks
Marie Tillman, The Washington Post Published 11:15 am PST, Friday, November 9, 2018 Marie Tillman, widow of Arizona Cardinals' Pat Tillman, who died during active duty in Afghanistan in April as a member of the U.S. Army, waves to the crowd prior to enshrinement ceremonies for the Class of 2004, at the Pro Football Hall of Fame on Sunday, Aug. 8, 2004, in Canton, Ohio. From left to right are, NFL Commissioner Paul Tagliabue, Billy Shaw, 1999 inductee, Paul Warfield, 1983 inductee, Art Shell, 1989 inductee, Jackie Smith, 1994 inductee, and former NFL player and war veteran Ralph Heywood. (AP Photo/The Repository, Scott Heckel) less Marie Tillman, widow of Arizona Cardinals' Pat Tillman, who died during active duty in Afghanistan in April as a member of the U.S. Army, waves to the crowd prior to enshrinement ceremonies for the Class of ... more Marie Tillman speaks to sponsors and patrons during the Center for HOPE Luncheon at the Country Club of Darien on Tuesday, May … [Read more...] about I was Pat Tillman’s wife, but I can’t speak for him. Neither can you.
President Donald Trump said Friday that Republicans could lose the House and that Democrats may "squeak" by in Tuesday's midterms — and if it happens, it will be because he wasn't able to campaign in every district. "You know, I'm not saying they don't squeak it by, maybe, because they got a lot of races," Trump said during a rally in West Virginia, referring to Democrats gaining control of the House.Story Continued Below "I can't go everywhere," he said. If that happens, Trump said, Democrats would want to abolish Immigration and Customs Enforcement and create a "giant sanctuary" for criminals and "MS-13 killers." Some liberal activists support getting rid of the enforcement agency, but the issue is divisive among Democrats. "A blue wave equals a crime wave. You don't hear too much about the blue wave anymore, do you," the president said. "Remember a couple of months ago, 'Oh, the blue wave, oh, the blue wave.' Now they don't talk." Most projections indicate that Democrats are … [Read more...] about Trump says Democrats could take House: ‘I can’t go everywhere’
We chat at 1 p.m. Dear Meredith, I had just transferred colleges and was at orientation. "Jason" was on a sports team so he moved in early as well. I was invited to a party through a mutual friend, he and I met, hit it off, and I went home with him but did not sleep with him. About three weeks later, we were both at another party, and we made small talk. He asked why I never reached out to him after that one night, and I told him I gave him my number but he never gave me his. We ended up going home together but I still didn't sleep with him. We spent the next night together – and did sleep together. We continued spending time together for about a month – until I found out that one of my good friends used to sleep with him last year. At this stage, I had feelings for him, but I also didn't want to hurt my friend. Jason's sports season started and I didn't hear from him, so I decided it was fate that I wasn't supposed to talk to him. I was upset but not devastated – … [Read more...] about I can’t stop thinking about him