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How to Add “Move to” or “Copy to” to Windows 10’s Context Menu

How to Add “Move to” or “Copy to” to Windows 10’s Context Menu Windows 10 has a hidden function that allows you to right-click a file and either move or copy it to a specific location of your choosing. This … Continue reading

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On this day in History: 1979 – Chic’s “Good Times” hits #1 on the pop charts

On this day in History: August 18th, 1979 – Chic’s “Good Times” hits #1 on the pop charts. In the final decadent years of the disco era, the group Chic reached the height of their popularity just as their musical … Continue reading

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For Every August Fog a Winter Snowfall

August 1. Foggy morning. Mark my calendar with a “1.” That’s one snowfall predicted. Weather-lore learned in childhood returns to me time and again – more a part of me than … Source: For Every August Fog a Winter Snowfall

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On this day in History: 1982 “I Love Rock ‘N’ Roll” hits #1 on the pop charts

On this day in History: 1982 “I Love Rock ‘N’ Roll” hits #1 on the pop charts With her smoldering looks and guitar hooks, Joan Jett had rock-star charisma to rival any man’s. Jett burst onto the scene as a … Continue reading

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On this day in History: 1980 “I Will Survive” wins the first—and last—Grammy ever awarded for Best Disco Recording

On this day in History: 1980 “I Will Survive” wins the first—and last—Grammy ever awarded for Best Disco Recording After watching it utterly dominate the musical landscape of the late 1970s, the National Academy of Recording Arts and Sciences gave … Continue reading

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Fewer bridges need repairs, but task still monumental

Interesting article. Every day we drive over bridges, not giving them a second thought. Many of these are old and historic. WASHINGTON, February 2016 – Nearly 10% of the country’s bridges – 58,495 out of 609,539 – were considered structurally deficient … Continue reading

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On this day in history; 1952, Princess Elizabeth becomes Queen

On this day in 1952, after a long illness, King George VI of Great Britain and Northern Ireland dies in his sleep at the royal estate at Sandringham. Princess Elizabeth, the oldest of the king’s two daughters and next in … Continue reading

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