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first_imgAs if the mountains will soon shift in twilightAs if the skies will rupture with a downpourThe earth stirs up trouble via a hurricaneThe dark night reign with an invisible terrorAs if teardrops has become so contagiousAs if the noisy streets will turn so tranquilThe raucous children on a napping breakThe hot sun vanishes for a vengeful torrentAs though miles has abruptly turn into inchesAs if the new dawn got blemish on the sunThe waters turn red amidst the purity thereinThe skies oozes hail when storms are vagueThe moon recedes and allows darkness punishesAn enormous pleads for clemency from dwarvesWalking twenty miles home with no transport fareAsleep someplace on a cold floor yet a bed waitsShare this:Click to share on Twitter (Opens in new window)Click to share on Facebook (Opens in new window)last_img read more

Mikmaq chief welcomes shipyard jobs

first_imgAPTN National NewsWith the announcement of four jobs Thursday for the Mi’kmaq there’s hope more are on the way at shipyards in Halifax.There have been nearly 3,000 jobs as a result of a $25 billion contract awarded to Irving.Only  a handful of those are Mi’kmaq.Still, one chief says Thursday’s announcement is a step in the right direction.last_img

How to Back Up an iPhone iPad or iPod Touch Using iTunes

first_img Problem Solvers with Jason Feifer Opinions expressed by Entrepreneur contributors are their own. 3 min read If you own an Apple mobile device, you have no excuse for not backing it up, because Apple gives you two very simple and free ways for duplicating and storing a copy of your information: iCloud and iTunes.The benefit of backing up using iCloud is that it’s largely automated and can happen wirelessly. The downside is Apple only gives you 5GB space for free, so if you need more, you have to pay for it.With iTunes, you don’t face quite the same space limitations. It creates backups of your iPhone, iPad or iPod touch right on your computer. Therefore, the amount of space allotted to your backups is fully in your control. It’s a slice of the free space on your PC or Mac. If you back up using iTunes, you can do it by connecting your iO device to your computer or by turning on wireless syncing with iTunes over Wi-Fi. Let’s see how it’s done.How to back up iPhone or iPad using iTunesBefore you make a backup of your iPhone or iPad using iTunes, it’s a good idea to check whether you have the latest latest version of iTunes (go to Help > Check for Updates), but it’s often not necessary.Wireless syncMake sure iCloud is turned off. On your iPhone, go to Settings > [Your Name] > iCloud > iCloud Backup and toggle iCloud Backup to off. Then go to Settings > General > iTunes Wi-Fi Sync, which will prompt you to connect your iPhone to your PC. Sign in to iTunes using your Apple ID and look for the small iPhone icon.In the menu that appears on the left, select Summary and scroll down to Options. Select “Sync with this iPhone over Wi-Fi” and click Apply on the bottom right.Disconnect your iPhone from the PC; if your PC and iPhone are on the same Wi-Fi network, your phone should appear in iTunes and allow for wireless backups.With a CableConnect your iPhone or iPad to your computer and launch iTunes. Your phone will appear as a small icon up top.Click that phone icon, and in the left-hand menu under Summary, click the items you want to back up. If it’s music, for example, click Music and check the box next to Sync Music. Choose whether you want to back up your entire library or select tracks and albums. Click Apply and do the same for movies, TV shows, and whatever else you want to sync. Hear from business owners and CEOs who went through a crippling business problem and came out the other side bigger and stronger. September 20, 2017 Listen Nowlast_img read more