This domain transition has been nearly three years in the making and aligns with the company’s branding campaigns and trademark registration. The new site is up and looking and working exactly the same – only the URL is different, yet there will be some pages hidden in search results so that it will be sure that you have the right access to the new domain name. So don’t be alarmed if at some point you can’t find “MunchOn” products or other important pages when searching since you can reach them through searching “MunchOn Eats” and entering the first result munchoneats.com. … [Read more...] about MunchOn Eats is pleased to announce new domain name – https://www.munchoneats.com
“One of the primary functions of language is to express identity, and there is something communal about the new vocabulary we are all acquiring during this crisis,” Heather Bonikowski, Dictionary.com lexicographer, said in a statement to Fox News on Wednesday. “When we use these new COVID-19 words with each other, we are showing our membership in a group, almost as an act of solidarity — a way to say we’re all in this together.” … [Read more...] about Coronavirus: Dictionary.com updates definitions, adds new words explaining COVID-19 outbreak
Would you like a shot of Seco? ¡No gracias! (No thank you!) Would you like a Seco con leche? (Seco and milk…ugh!) ¡No gracias! - Would you like a Chichita Panamá? (Trick question! That’s Seco with pineapple juice!) ¡No gracias! More information on 11 of the best drinks to try from around the world, here: Around the World in 11 Cocktails—InternationalLiving.com … [Read more...] about Around the World in 11 Cocktails—InternationalLiving.com
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Lately, you’ve probably been thinking to yourself: You know what, self? There’s just not enough ways to access the brilliant content being produced almost 24 hours a day by nymag.com. So you’ll be interested in our new Android app for mobile devices (using version 1.6 or higher), which makes it easy to read all five main nymag.com blogs anywhere, anytime. It auto-loads whole blog posts so you can catch up on reading the site while you’re out of service on the subway (or on that deep-sea fishing boat), and it’s free. You can download it from the Android store, and get more information here. Go check it out! You and yourself can thank us later. … [Read more...] about NYMag.com Has a New Android App!