Genuinely quick kitchen fixes you can do yourself

Even if only a fraction of your kitchen cabinets are actual wood — perhaps just the doors (not the cabinet boxes) or drawer fronts, in part or in full — you may have noticed your kitchen reacting to the changing seasons. Maybe every summer, that one cabinet door starts sticking, or every winter, a gap appears between two doors.

Wood, as a natural product, expands and contracts as temperature and humidity change: This can translate to your cabinets changing by fractions of an inch as the weather fluctuates. What many kitchen users do not realize, though, is that many cabinets are designed to be adjusted through the year! To see if yours were, simply open a door. If there are multiple screws within the hinging hardware itself (beyond the required screws that attach the hinge to the door and the hinge to the cabinet box), try adjusting these additional screws

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Xbox Remote Play Lets Anyone Play Xbox Games On Their Android Phone

Xbox has updated its official app for Android phones and it includes a new feature called Xbox Remote Play. As the name suggests, this lets you play Xbox games on your Android smartphone.

This used to be called Xbox Console Streaming. And it’s been available for a while. The difference now, other than the new name, is that it’s open to all users and not just Xbox Insiders. It also streams to your device from your Xbox console that’s connected to the same WiFi network.

Which is very different from the Cloud Gaming with Xbox Game Pass Ultimate that launched on September 15.

Xbox Remote Play is part of the new Xbox app (Beta) experience

The Xbox app (Beta) got a whole new coat of paint today through the update, and Xbox Remote Play is simply one part of that.

It is arguably one of the bigger changes with this

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VoIP.ms Launches Its Partner Program

Take advantage of a well-established VoIP provider when advising your customers

MONTREAL, Sept. 21, 2020 /PRNewswire/ — VoIP.ms, a state-of-the-art Montreal-based VoIP Provider, announced today the launch of its Partner Program*. This program has been designed for people who consult with organizations to either simplify their communications, integrate complex systems, or simply source communication deals. VoIP.ms partners will earn an attractive recurring commission while avoiding to deal with the heavy burden of billing the customers themselves.

VoIP.ms has been in business since 2007 and is known industry-wide for its stellar customer service and feature-rich VoIP platform. Consultants can take advantage of partnering up with a well-established provider that is contract-free, pay-as-you-go, bring your own device, and offers free porting.

“We have witnessed incredible growth in the past two years since the launch of our referral program,” commented David Rouleau, Chief

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Smith+Nephew’s T.I.M.E. CDST launch judged Most Innovative at the 2020 Gartner Communications Awards

LONDON, Sept. 16, 2020 /PRNewswire/ — Smith+Nephew (LSE:SN,NYSE:SNN), the global medical technology business, today welcomes the announcement that its campaign to develop and promote the T.I.M.E. clinical decision support tool (CDST)1 was awarded Most Innovative in the category Excellence in Reputation & Thought Leadership at the 2020 Gartner Communications Award Ceremony. The campaign was chosen among 200 entries from organisations across 30 countries.

Smith+Nephew’s campaign addressed the finding that 40% of wound care specialists did not routinely use wound assessment tools leading to considerable variability in clinical practice.2

“To help improve consistency in front line wound care, we developed the T.I.M.E. CDST, a simple 5-step framework that applies the principles of wound bed preparation as part of holistic patient care. We ensured clinical relevance by involving international clinical expert practitioners throughout the 3-step development process of 1)  identifying the issue of variation in practice 2) developing, validating

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Plymouth duo creates food photography that appeals to the senses – News – The Enterprise, Brockton, MA

To the world, it might look like a pizza, but to celebrity chef Stephen Coe and photographer Ed Nute, it’s “eye candy.”

PLYMOUTH — To the world, it might look like a pizza. But to celebrity chef Stephen Coe and photographer Ed Nute, it’s “eye candy.”

The Plymouth pair — a chef and photographer, respectively — are working on a photo shoot for Boboli, a national pizza crust company, and they are trying to make everything look perfect: the right amount of sauce, cheese and toppings.

“We also call it food porn or instant pleasure,” says Coe, who recently took home the top prize on the Food Network’s “Beat Bobby Flay.” “It has to look good and needs to be instantly recognizable. This is not the way I normally would make a pizza. We’re doing it this way so it appeals to the human eye.”

That means the peppers and

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Global Industrial Wastewater Treatment Equipment Market (2020 to 2024) – Featuring Dow, Ecolab, & Hitachi Among Others

The “Global Industrial Wastewater Treatment Equipment Market 2020-2024” report has been added to ResearchAndMarkets.com’s offering.

The industrial wastewater treatment equipment market is poised to grow by $ 4662.10 million during 2020-2024, progressing at a CAGR of 4% during the forecast period.

The reports on industrial wastewater treatment equipment market provides a holistic analysis, market size and forecast, trends, growth drivers, and challenges, as well as vendor analysis covering around 25 vendors.

The report offers an up-to-date analysis regarding the current global market scenario, latest trends and drivers, and the overall market environment. The market is driven by the increase in world energy demand, rapid industrialization, and stringent regulations.

The industrial wastewater treatment equipment market analysis includes end-user segment and geographic landscapes. This study identifies the advances in industrial wastewater treatment technology as one of the prime reasons driving the industrial wastewater treatment equipment market growth during the next few years.

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Energy Cooperatives Swim Against the Tide in Mexico

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Onergia, one of the two energy cooperatives operating in Mexico today, installs photovoltaic systems, such as this one at the Tosepan Titataniske Union of Cooperatives in the municipality of Cuetzalan, in the southern state of Puebla. CREDIT: Courtesy of Onergia

MEXICO CITY, Aug 31 2020 (IPS) – A Mexican solar energy cooperative, Onergia, seeks to promote decent employment, apply technological knowledge and promote alternatives that are less polluting than fossil fuels, in one of the alternative initiatives with which Mexico is seeking to move towards an energy transition.

“We organised ourselves in a cooperative for an energy transition that will rethink the forms of production, distribution and consumption to build a healthier and fairer world,” Onergia founding partner

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Updated Fallout 76 Roadmap Delays Some Content to 2021

Fallout 76’s roadmap has been updated to show revised plans for the rest of this year and the next. As part of those revisions, some of the features and additions planned for 2020 have now been delayed to 2021. The updated roadmap shows that we’ll have to wait until next year to see Expeditions, new Daily Ops for players to take on, and Perk Loadouts added to the game. Bethesda said the delays were necessary to ensure the contents coming are fully developed and ready for players.

The updated roadmap in question can be seen below. At the bottom-right corner of the graphic, you’ll see a new banner that’s been added to show part of what’s changing. The three features mentioned above were each planned for a release during Winter 2020 as part of the Fractured Steel update but are now planned for 2021.

Fallout 76 Roadmap
(Photo: Bethesda)

“Additionally, while we want

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The 7 Best CMS + Website-Building WordPress Alternatives

When it comes to powering your online business, selecting the right content management system (CMS) is essential.

A content management system is a type of software that allows you to develop, manage, and publish web content without technical knowledge. Typically, it requires a third-party host and empowers you to customize and control your website.

However, choosing the right CMS isn’t as easy as comparing prices. To provide the best customer experience on your own website, you should consider your business’s main goals and necessary functionality.

For example, if you rely on written content, a fast-loading CMS that supports search engine optimization (SEO) is ideal.

Perhaps you don’t have time to learn how to use all the advanced capabilities and plugins often associated with a CMS. In this case, a simple website builder — with drag-and-drop design and included hosting — may be a better fit.

Regardless of the type of

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