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Chris Betcher
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Teacher since 1985. Learner since 1963.
Teacher since 1985. Learner since 1963.

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Part of my morning climb to the top of Pigeon House Mountain in the Morton National Park./
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I'm not sure who has admin control of this group, but can someone please block the assholes from Work Warehouse from posting here?

I may be just imagining things, but is the parallax effect on the header in Sites a new thing? I thought the header just scrolled as usual (at the same rate as the rest of the page) but in a new Site I built today I am getting a very obvious parallax scrolling effect when I scroll the page. (ie, the header text and the header image move at different rates)

Is this a new thing? Or have I only just noticed it?

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Like you, I have also been inundated with updated privacy policy emails lately in the wake of the new GDPR rules (General Data Protection Regulation). Everyone wants to tell me what they are doing to protect my data. To be honest, it’s not something…
My GDPR Statement
My GDPR Statement
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It seems like it wasn’t that long ago that the music industry was still resisting any attempt at allowing consumers to access music in any way other that buying CDs. So many other industries have been disrupted by digital technology, and while a few…
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Try Google Pay and we'll both get $10 Google Play credit after your first purchase. Use my code GBECA1DX: https://g.co/paypromo/GBECA1DX
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There's a new feature in the new Google Sites that let's you create custom URLs. At first I wasn't quite sure what it did (I thought it would let you create menu items that go to external websites, still something I feel is missing) but it does something quite different. Here's my explanation.

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Ok, so security isn’t really a sexy topic, but boy is it an important one.

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So you think you can hack #Chrome? After 0 submissions in 2017, the bounty for finding a vulnerability in #Chromebooks has now doubled to $100,0000.

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