Daily Archive: Sunday, November 27, 2016

The Neediest Cases: As She Fights Cancer, a Woman Strives for Normalcy

Photo Patricia Lewis, who has been fighting cancer for years, in her Harlem apartment. “It takes a whole lot of effort to psych yourself that you’re not going to die,” she said. Credit Ángel Franco/The New York Times For decades, Patricia Lewis toiled as a security guard for NYC Health & Hospitals, a duty she

The Development of the Software Dog

From the birth of the dongle to the present, from the point of view of technical principles, it has been four generations of products, and the fifth generation of products is also being gradually into people’s vision. The earliest dongle only has the function of storage. Store part of the confidential data in the dongle

Airports ease Thanksgiving rush with friendly dogs

By David Ingram NEW YORK (Reuters) – U.S. airports trotted out friendly companion dogs to calm jittery travelers and offered perks including free parking on Wednesday as throngs of people rushed toward their Thanksgiving holiday celebrations. Up to 2.8 million people per day, about 600,000 more than average, are expected to fly in the United