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At the same time, it’s a reminder that the potential, eventual merging of humans with computers is destined to introduce a wide range of ethical and social questions that we should probably start thinking about now.
Nevertheless, the gap between the Election Day and mail vote could be huge this year, which should serve as a stark reminder not to overreact to election-night returns.
If restaurant reopenings could be interpreted as a glimmer of hope that maybe — just maybe — the worst of the pandemic had passed, these reclosings are a reminder that the virus is anything but gone.
Many of those lessons will be painful reminders of how we have failed America’s children.
The biggest take-away of this rally is more a reminder than a lesson.
Their symptoms are usually far less severe, but the recent deaths of 9-year-old Kimora Lynum in Florida and an unnamed 7-year-old boy in Georgia are a tragic reminder of the risks.
IS SCHOOL OUT FOREVER?DANIEL MALLOYAUGUST 9, 2020OZY
The WaterMinder app tracks how much water you need based on your body weight, and sets reminders all day to help you stay on pace, which is especially important in the summer when you have to replace all the moisture you sweat out.
Twitter’s major hacking incident last week should serve as a stark reminder for businesses to perform critical health checks of their social media accounts and the people who have access to them, according to social media and security experts.
Most of your followers won’t remember your older posts, and they could always use a reminder, especially during a crisis.
These campaigns typically use tailored messaging, such as a discount, countdown or reminder to complete an action on your website, to create urgency.

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