Hi guys! I hope everyone is having a great summer! This is my last week of summer before I go back to school and, while I’m very excited to go back, I’m also going to miss this perfect California weather! This look is actually one that I wore in Cabo when I went with my family and best friend two weeks ago! I definitely beat the heat in this lightweight bodysuit and short denim skirt and I would highly recommend this outfit for a great summer into fall transition look! The bodysuit is part of Alice and Olivia’s AIR line and I love how it is long enough for a tall girl like me, but is also super cute with the open back and mesh straps! I love this GRLFRND Eva A Frame gussett skirt because it is a great day to night transition piece since it’s edgy and distressed, but easily dressed up with a cool belt. In fact, I added on this Topshop double buckle western belt to tie together the all black and denim look. I also accessorized with a thick velvet Topshop choker to emphasize the plunging neckline and mirror the style of the strappy heels! These Topshop heels are super cool because you can tie them up your leg like I did, or wrap them around your ankles and tie them in a bow on the front or back! This look could easily transition into fall by adding a leather jacket and switching out the heels for ankle booties! Hope this look inspires you and I’ll update you guys with a new look when I’m back at school on the East Coast!AIR by Alice and Olivia bodysuit, GRLFRND Eva A Frame gussett skirt, Topshop double buckle western belt, and Topshop office collection lace up heels.
Zoom has also been sued by its shareholder Michael Drieu, who accused the app of “overstating its privacy standards and failing to disclose that its service was not end to end encrypted”. Moreover, hackers are also leveraging the security vulnerabilities found on the app where they’re selling zero day exploits discovered on Zoom on the black market for a price ranging between $5,000 to $30,000. Another report recently surfaced where researchers at the cybersecurity firm Cyble, discovered that over 500,000 Zoom accounts are being sold on the dark web and hacker forums at dirt cheap prices.
We measured the time to initiate a response (RT) and interkeypress intervals, and calculated measures of name and spelling agreement. There was a tendency across all languages for quicker RTs to pictures with higher familiarity, image agreement, and name frequency, and with higher name agreement. Effects of spelling agreement and effects on output rates after writing onset were present in some, but not all, languages.