Product designer and mom Rebecca Schultz told us that, after she had C-section, receiving this co-sleeper as a gift was a very welcome surprise. “Using the co-sleeper with the drop-down side means I don’t have to lift the baby up so much in the night,” she explains. The drop-down panel allows for the bassinet to get right up to the side of your bed, so you can simply reach over to the baby instead of lifting it up and out as with a regular bassinet. “It also looks, and I’m assuming feels, more like a crib,” Schultz adds, “so I hope our crib transition is easier.” … [Read more...] about The Best Baby-Shower Gifts, According to Experts
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A Department for Education spokesperson said: “We are determined to ensure children continue to receive a high quality education during this pandemic. We are providing 1.3 million laptops and tablets for those children who need them most, with more than 875,000 of these delivered already, alongside access to free mobile data and online resources for disadvantaged families. … [Read more...] about Huge £1m gift to help Britain’s poorest pupils working from home without pens and books
In 2019, Lauren opened up about her two year romance with Joey, who was sentenced for drug related crimes, saying: 'My ex was my biggest mistake. I wasted two years when I could have been dating. I wish I hadn't waited for him to come out.' … [Read more...] about Tearful Lauren Goodger, 34, calls her pregnancy a ‘beautiful gift’ in emotional video after revealing she’s expecting her first child with Charles Drury, 23
Where do San Francisco residents move to? A total of 203,292 residents migrated out of San Francisco between 1995 and 2000. Not surprisingly, other Bay Area counties were popular destinations. Here's where some of them went. By California County San Mateo 31,052 Alameda 26,642 Contra Costa 16,306 Los Angeles 11,815 Marin 9,617 Solano 4,470 Sonoma 4,359 San Joaquin 3,984 Sacramento 3,959 San Luis Obispo 2,896 By State California 143,980 Washington 5,189 Texas 4,135 Florida 3,006 Nevada 3,902 Oregon 2,719 Arizona 2,533 Source: San Francisco Planning and Urban Research Association, using U.S. Census Bureau data. The Chronicle … [Read more...] about Lots of toddlers, fewer school-age kids in S.F.
Technology that measures emotions based on biometric indicators such as facial movements, tone of voice or body movements, is increasingly being marketed in China, researchers say, despite concerns about its accuracy and wider human rights implications. Drawing upon artificial intelligence, the tools range from cameras to help police monitor a suspect's face during an interrogation to eye-tracking devices in schools that identify students who are not paying attention. A report released this week from UK-based human rights group Article 19 identified dozens of companies offering such tools in the education, public security and transportation sectors in China. "We believe that their design, development, deployment, sale and transfers should be banned due to the racist foundations and fundamental incompatibility with human rights," said Vidushi Marda, a senior programme officer at Article 19. Human emotions cannot be reliably measured and quantified by technology tools, said Shazeda … [Read more...] about China growing use of emotion recognition tech raises rights concerns