Recently, David Yaffe-Bellany, a Technology Reporter for The New York Times (NYT) spoke to crypto millionaires in several countries. The NYT report started by talking about Etienne vantKruys, “a globe-trotting cryptocurrency investor from Amsterdam,” who was “hunting for a new investment two summers ago when he met some early backers of Luna, a digital coin […]
In the five years since the Nintendo Switch released, the console has become absolutely loaded with great games, including plenty of entries in some of Nintendo's most popular franchises. Family-friendly games have always been part of Nintendo's DNA, and with the Switch becoming Nintendo's most successful home console ever, it's no surprise that there are more stellar games for kids on the Switch than any of the console's predecessors. We've rounded up the best Switch games for kids in 2022. Many of these games feature local multiplayer, so you and your kids can game together. Also, a decent number of these games aren't just the best Switch games for kids--they are some of the best Nintendo Switch games, period.
Our list contains the obvious standouts but also some games that might not be on your radar. Games of all different genres are represented, too, and many of these Nintendo Switch games have co-op or multiplayer so you can tag along with your little ones.
Nataly Veremeeva’s head snaps to the right as something explodes somewhere outside her window. Seconds pass, then she turns back to the Zoom call. “You heard?” she asks, eyes flickering back and forth between the camera and the window. “It’s happening right now just outside of our window.” The director of TechUkraine, the community championing …
At what point do you stop living your life and are really just “waiting to die”? There is tipping point, a timeline if you will, that you go from living life and enjoying being alive, to just passing the days and the idea of death and dying might not be such a bad idea. No, it is not a rush to suicide or rash and crazy actions, but a slow giving up on things such as your health, your doctor visits, and other minor details about life that helps keep us as far away from death as possible.