Police Android 12, icon customization may be gone for good

Android has always been famous for its customization options, but in Android 10 Google took this even further with the ability to easily adjust system accent colors and fonts. In Android 12, however, it looks like the ability to swap fonts and icons will be removed in favor of Material …

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On hair trauma and texturism in the black community

“Hair trauma happens. Some of these traumas are intergenerational – passed down from generation to generation as warped heirlooms, ”says Oriowo, adding that texturism is part of our heritage. “As a result, some people get older and can’t smell certain odors like hair grease… without almost reliving or having flashes …

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How to be a better ally of disabled and neurodivergent people

How to be a better ally of disabled and neurodivergent people By Luke Grayson-Skinner Neurotypical: not exhibiting or characterized by autistic or neurologically atypical thought or behavior patterns. Neurodivergent: mental or neurological function different from what is considered typical or normal (frequently used in reference to autism spectrum disorders); not …

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A new exhibition dedicated to the fate of wildlife

A new exhibition in Suffolk will highlight the plight of some of the UK’s animals and habitats. “On a Knife Edge” at the Lettering Arts Trust will see 28 works by artists depicting endangered animals, plants and habitats. The exhibition features pieces of stone carving, calligraphy, printmaking and woodcarving that …

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