6 Things That I Love About Living In California

Cedric Ramey

Growing up in California my whole life has been amazing! California has the best beaches that I have been to and greatest cities that I have ever been so far. California is my home, this what I love most about this great state.
1. Beaches


California is known for its beaches, the beach is my favorite place especially spending half of my life living in the desert, so whenever I go to the beach it’s basically the best local vacation. The beaches can range from very active and social to a calm and relaxing vibe depending on where you go.



2. Weather


California is known for having great weather for activities outside. Although sometimes our weather can change randomly most of the time, some nights can be freezing! Expect a rainy day and waking up to a hot day.

3. Cities


Los Angeles is a great tourist city, many people…

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WeWork Will House 300 Microsoft Employees in New York City

WeWork is best known as an easy way for small startups to rent office space by the month, but the company is now experimenting with working with huge customers. On Friday, Microsoft announced it will rent office space from WeWork for 300 of its employees in New York City as well as for a 37-person…

via WeWork Will House 300 Microsoft Employees in New York City — Fortune

Not using a chip reader? You could be risking thousands of dollars

Not using a chip reader? You could be risking thousands of dollars

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When everybody started to using Chip Card,in the beginning people were surprised to see what is this Chip thing.

Slowly we are familiarizing with new technology and now we came to know this is important. But funny thing is that several places they don’t use their machines which can read the chip reader card.

GREENVILLE, N.C. (WNCT) – A recent security breach at Noodles and Company has many customers concerned about the safety of their credit card information. If you own a business and aren’t using a chip reader, you could be risking thousands of dollars. WNCT’s Kelly Byrne has more on why businesses must act now so your…

via Not using a chip reader? You could be risking thousands of dollars — KRON4.com