Well I have found the easiest shortest tutorial for it in the youtube site, here is the link! [a href="https://youtube.com/watch?v=ollUnTpRWmg" target="_blank" ]https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=ollUnTpRWmg[/a]
Another site for learning languages in which the script do the teaching! [a href="http://DuoLingo.com" target="_blank" ]http://www.DuoLingo.com[/a]
[a href="http://Babbel.com" target="_blank" ]www.Babbel.com[/a] proposes another way to learn languages online! ...
According to a news outlet [a href="https://rt.com/news/444673-qwant-french-government-ditches-google/" target="_blank" ]https://www.rt.com/news/444673-qwant-french-government-ditches-google/[/a]. The French goverment has ditched Google from its offices in favor of the domestic one [a href="http://QWant.com" target="_blank" ]QWant.com[/a]
This alternative search engine: [a href="http://DuckDuckGo.com" target="_blank" ]DuckDuckGo.com[/a] points out it doesn't tracks you . Check it out. It is always good to have an alternative.
Another name for this project: [a href="http://MyQuiz.online" target="_blank" ]MyQuiz.online[/a] to highlight that feature, the exam online avoiding entirely for Professors the hassle of assessing one by one on paper
A few years ago, some sites had twitter timelines in which visitors could see their own tweets if they want to. That's cool! We are set out to put such a feature here.