The Biggest USP of Today’s Smartphone is “Camera”: Crack the Specs Now to Buy the Best Smartphone for Photography

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-By Kamal Shrestha, shyresk@gmail.com

“Of what use are lens and light to those who lack in mind and sight?” – Anonymous

“To talk about my days back (school life period), I remember Yashika MF-2, my father’s best analog camera during late 1980s to 1990s. It was always handy and cool camera to capture a good photograph of a family or his friends.”

Smartphone is like a god’s gift for us. We can communicate to anyone easily to the people around the world. We can operate most of the tasks without using computer. If you have got a good specifications of camera in your smartphone, it’s awesome. Though it is fully armed with latest specifications installed for a good quality photograph, lacks of knowledge to use it stand out you in vain. Your thousands of photographs will have no use to speak a living moment of the time.

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Release of PPP loan recipients’ data reveals troubling patterns (Grifters Trump and Kushner made out well)

  • Over 25 PPP loans worth more than $3.65 million were given to businesses with addresses at Trump and Kushner real estate properties, paying rent to those owners. Fifteen of the businesses self-reported that they only kept one job, zero jobs or did not report a number at all.
  • The loans to businesses located at Trump and Kushner properties included a $2,164,543 loan to the Triomphe Restaurant Corp., at the Trump International Hotel & Tower in New York City. The company reported the money didn’t go to keeping any jobs. It later closed.
  • A company called LB City Inc, which is located at Kushner’s Bungalow Hotel in Long Branch, New Jersey, received a loan for $505,552.50 that it used to keep 155 jobs.
  • Two tenants at 725 5th Avenue, Trump Tower, received more than $100,000 and kept only three jobs.
  • Four tenants at the Kushner-owned 666 5th Avenue combined received more than $204,000, and retained only six jobs.

Source: Release of PPP loan recipients’ data reveals troubling patterns

‘The scientists have done it’: Boris Johnson hails Covid vaccine

Still not leading – sounds more like a pitchman. His statements will encourage people to let their guard down and more will die from his poor leadership.

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PM says news brings ‘sure and certain knowledge’ that people can reclaim their lives

Boris Johnson has declared that the nation is no longer resting on the hope of a return to normality by spring but instead has the “certain knowledge” that people can reclaim their lives, as he hailed the arrival of the newly approved Covid-19 vaccine.

The prime minister told a Downing Street press conference on Wednesday that “the scientists have done it”, although he stressed that people should not get carried away with “over-optimism”, insisting that they continue to abide by the rules.

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Valéry Giscard d’Estaing dies after Covid-19 diagnosis

RIP

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Former French president, 94, steered the modernisation of French society during his time in office

The former French president Valéry Giscard d’Estaing, a key architect of European integration in the early 1970s, has died at the age of 94 after contracting Covid-19.

Giscard, who served as France’s leader from 1974 to 1981, had recently been hospitalised in Tours with respiratory problems, and was released only to return to hospital in mid-November.

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Mexico: López Obrador says pandemic lockdowns are the tactic of dictators

Had hope for you and Mexico – no longer. Being against solving Covid-19 – what’s next invited malaria and polio back in to your country? So sad.

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‘The fundamental thing is to guarantee liberty,’ says Mexican president when asked why he almost never wears a mask

Mexicos’s President Andrés Manuel López Obrador suggested on Wednesday that politicians who impose lockdowns or curfews to limit Covid-19 are acting like dictators.

The comments came as López Obrador once again fended off questions about why he almost never wears a face mask, saying it was a question of liberty.

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