Maltempo, temporali in arrivo a Milano. Il Comune: “Rischio vento forte, non parcheggiate sotto gli alberi”

Forti temporali e vento previsti su Milano da questa notte e per domani, venerdì 2 agosto. La protezione civile regionale ha emanato una allerta arancione per temporali forti e un’allerta gialla per rischio idraulico e vento forte. Con l’allerta meteo parte anche il monitoraggio dei livelli dei fiumi Seveso e Lambro e l’attivazione delle squadre di protezione civile e delle pattuglie della Polizia locale. 

La preoccupazione è il vento, appunto: per questo il Comune di Milano invita i cittadini “a prestare la massima attenzione e a tenere comportamenti che possano aiutare a prevenire eventuali problemi dovuti al vento forte, come ad esempio rimuovere vasi non ancorati ai balconi o altri oggetti sospesi, ed evitare di parcheggiare le auto sotto gli alberi”.


social experiment by Livio Acerbo #greengroundit #repubblicait https://milano.repubblica.it/cronaca/2019/08/01/news/meteo_maltempo_milano_lombardia_temporali_vento_forte-232568562/?rss

Should parents pay for an extended warranty for their student’s laptop?

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Know how your student uses their laptop

Thousands of students head back to college every year, and even though your student — with an able laptop in hand — is responsible, lecture halls, dorms, labs, and libraries are bustling with people. Anyone can walk by and bump a laptop off a table, spill coffee on a keyboard, or step where they shouldn’t when a backpack is being rearranged. Accidents happen, and even if your student is not one to abuse their tech devices, damage to a laptop can occur.

Accidents are made more common due to the frequency of use. A laptop is usually hauled to each lecture, each lab, and each study session, then back home or to a dorm for hours of work in the evening. While a lot of laptops will see no more than a few hours of use in a day, your student’s laptop might [...]  read more