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Wisconsin, the only other Big Ten program that has canceled games because of the coronavirus, missed two matchups while navigating a similar-sized outbreak.

I’ve had a lot on my mind and needed to give myself some time to navigate my thoughts.

The latest Big Sur macOS update made it a lot simpler to navigate when you have a ton of Safari tabs open, which is good because the MBA has plenty of power to handle the load.

In addition to having more options to design a more attractive page layout on a desktop, it’s easier to navigate a site and view images on a bigger screen.

During the pandemic, Americans have been spending more time at home and more money on the digital products that make navigating our new normal easier.

As we navigate our new normal, families will continue to face difficult choices between their work and their families.

Our work provides a tool for policymakers to navigate the tradeoffs.

In other words, place cells seem to map the world around us as we learn to navigate it and form a “cognitive map” in our brains.

That’s the balance many of us are trying to navigate right now.

A nation dividedAlan MurrayNovember 5, 2020Fortune

It’s handy for navigating with apps like Google Maps, but it’s also useful if you want to make videos in your car as you drive without breaking the law and holding onto your device.

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