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The new century brings along tons of revolutionized technology in every sector, and that includes online casinos—read how it impacts the gambling sector worldwide.

Gambling houses have been in society since ancient times. People have long dabbled in games like poker and roulette throughout history. Gambling has always been a staple of the entertainment industry, and internet casinos have grown exponentially. This is because digital technology has changed the whole market. The majority of today’s customers use cellphones to access games and movies, as well as as a tool in their daily life.

The emergence of online casinos is inextricably connected to the rise of digital. Playing gambling games on any UK online bingo site, including free online slots no download, is now easier than ever. The site provides various bingo games, including classics and newer titles with slot-style action, and online casinos will continue to develop as consumers seek out additional games. With iGaming becoming a significant force in entertainment, there has never been a better moment to examine the key drivers driving this sector.

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From shopping to dining, it’s hard to find a firm without a digital presence. The gambling business is no exception. Between 2013 and 2015, mobile…

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Basketball ranks first among the highest-paying sports in the world. The NBA, considered the pinnacle of professional basketball, pays its players around $8 million per year on average. Besides the big bucks, playing professional basketball also opens up another world of opportunities, including serving as a coach, mentor and finding a niche in broadcasting.

Unfortunately, the odds of making it into professional basketball are significantly low compared to other types of sports like baseball. Although this does not make it unachievable, it means that you need to work extremely hard to impress coaches, scouts and recruiters.

Here is what you need to become a pro-NBA basketball player today:

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Explosiveness is an athlete’s ability to move from zero to maximum speed within a short time. On the court, explosive strength is a fundamental attribute that separates good hoopers from the pros.

Why is explosiveness crucial in basketball? The thing with explosiveness is that it is manifested in most basic movements of the game, from jumping to cutting and sliding. Whether you are trying to create space against aggressive defenders, close distance or beat an opposing player off the dribble, explosiveness will give you a tremendous advantage over other players.

Multiple studies are suggesting that explosiveness is linked to muscular architecture and fiber composition. However, despite its genetic coefficient, explosive power can also be optimally developed and improved. As a trait mainly influenced…

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The Brooklyn Book Festival Literary Council announced a blockbuster lineup of 140-plus authors from around the world who will gather for its 16th Brooklyn Book Festival. The Festival is launching its format of the future, with a vibrant in person main Festival Day and Literary Marketplace (Sunday, October 03, 2021) taking place on multiple stages in Downtown Brooklyn, followed by a robust, virtual Festival in the evening reaching readers from across the country and globe. The 9-day Festival also includes a full slate of citywide Bookend events (Sept. 26 – Oct. 2 & 4th) presented live in venues throughout all five boroughs as well as virtually, and a celebration of childhood reading at its Children’s Day (Saturday, October 02, 2021) in Brooklyn Commons in MetroTech in Downtown Brooklyn.  

Camille Rankine, co-chair of the Brooklyn Book Festival Literary Council, announced Toi Derricotte as this year’s recipient of its BoBi Award. The annual award is presented to an author whose work exemplifies or speaks to the spirit of Brooklyn. Past honorees have included John Ashbery, Edwidge Danticat, Pete Hamill, N.K. Jemisin, Jonathan Lethem, Lois Lowry, James McBride, Lynn Nottage, Colson Whitehead, Mo Willems, and Jacqueline Woodson. 

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The Brooklyn Book Festival Literary Council announced a blockbuster lineup of 140-plus authors from around the world who will gather for its 16th Brooklyn Book Festival. The Festival is launching its format of the future, with a vibrant in person main Festival Day and Literary Marketplace (Sunday, October 03, 2021) taking place on multiple stages in Downtown Brooklyn, followed by a robust, virtual Festival in the evening reaching readers from across the country and globe. The 9-day Festival also includes a full slate of citywide Bookend events (Sept. 26 – Oct. 2 & 4th) presented live in venues throughout all five boroughs as well as virtually, and a celebration of childhood reading at its Children’s Day (Saturday, October 02, 2021) in Brooklyn Commons in MetroTech in Downtown Brooklyn.  

Camille Rankine, co-chair of the Brooklyn Book Festival Literary Council, announced Toi Derricotte as this year’s recipient of its BoBi Award. The annual award is presented to an author whose work exemplifies or speaks to the spirit of Brooklyn. Past honorees have included John Ashbery, Edwidge Danticat, Pete Hamill, N.K. Jemisin, Jonathan Lethem, Lois Lowry, James McBride, Lynn Nottage, Colson Whitehead, Mo Willems, and Jacqueline Woodson. 

Toi Derricotte is the recipient of the 2020 Frost Medal from the Poetry Society of America. Her sixth collection of poetry, “I” New and Selected Poems, was published in 2019 and shortlisted for the 2019 National Book Award. Other books of poetry include The Undertaker’s Daughter, Tender, Captivity, Natural Birth and The Empress of the Death House. Her literary memoir, The Black Notebooks, won the Anisfield-Wolf Book Award for Non-Fiction and was a New York Times Notable Book of the Year. With Cornelius Eady, Derricotte co-founded the Cave Canem Foundation in 1996. She is Professor Emerita…

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