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Regal Summer Movie Express 2022: $2 Kids Movies on Tuesdays or Wednesdays; Cinemark Summer Movie Clubhouse: $1.50 Kids Movies on Wednesdays

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Regal Summer Movie Express 2022: $2 Kids Movies on Tuesdays or Wednesdays; Cinemark Summer Movie Clubhouse: $1.50 Kids Movies on Wednesdays

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Regal Cinemas is offering 2022 Regal Summer Family Movie Express Tickets for $2 every Tuesday & Wednesday valid May 24 through September 7, 2022 (see list of available movies below) valid at participating Regal Cinemas locations only.

Thanks to Deal Editor SlickDealio for finding this deal

Movie Schedule (click the links to check for participating Regal Cinemas locations near you):
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2-Pack 3-Oz Banana Boat Sport Ultra SPF 30 Sunscreen Lotion $4.50 w/ S&S + Free Shipping w/Prime or $25+

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2-Pack 3-Oz Banana Boat Sport Ultra SPF 30 Sunscreen Lotion $4.50 w/ S&S + Free Shipping w/Prime or $25+

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Amazon has 2-Pack 3-Oz Banana Boat Ultra Sport SPF 30 Sunscreen Lotion on sale for $4.48 when you clip the $1.20 Off coupon found on the product page and checkout with Subscribe and Save. Shipping is free w/ Prime or on $25+ orders.

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Note: Must be logged in to clip coupons; coupons are typically limited to one per account. You may cancel Subscribe & Save any time after your order ships.
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Goodbye, iPod: Apple stops making last model

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A click-wheel video iPod, perhaps the most iconic iPod model. This one went away a long time ago, but its last living relative's days have come to an end, too.

Enlarge / A click-wheel video iPod, perhaps the most iconic iPod model. This one went away a long time ago, but its last living relative's days have come to an end, too. (credit: Aurich Lawson)

One of the most popular and iconic gadget brands in history is taking its last breath today. Apple announced that it will no longer make the iPod touch, the last device to carry the iPod name.

Apple says you'll only be able to buy the $199 iPod touch from its stores until the current stock sells out. There's still a store page for the iPod on Apple's website, but it's not easily discoverable in the main site navigation, and it carries a "while supplies last" marker.

The current iPod touch model isn't actually all that old—it debuted in 2019—but that was just a minor refresh, and Apple hasn't introduced a wholly new iPod model in many years.

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“Elephant in the room”: Clean energy’s need for unsustainable minerals

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“Elephant in the room”: Clean energy’s need for unsustainable minerals

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Earth Day was April 22, and its usual message—take care of our planet—has been given added urgency by the challenges highlighted in the latest IPCC report. This year, Ars is taking a look at the technologies we normally cover, from cars to chipmaking, and finding out how we can boost their sustainability and minimize their climate impact.

In South America’s Atacama Desert, salt flats are dotted with shallow, turquoise-colored lithium brine pools. In the Democratic Republic of Congo, children chip at the ground for cobalt. In China, toxic chemicals leach neodymium from the earth.

This is the energy mineral rush. People around the world are scrambling, drilling, drying, and sifting to get at a range of metals needed for our energy transition. Renewable energy technologies are central to the fight against climate change, but they’re heavily reliant on minerals—naturally occurring, solid materials made from one or more elements. But extracting and refining them presents humanitarian, environmental, and logistical challenges.

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Dickey’s BBQ: Free Pulled Pork Sandwich- No Purchase Needed - $0

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Dickey’s BBQ: Free Pulled Pork Sandwich- No Purchase Needed - $0

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Dickey's Barbecue Pit [Restaurant Locator] is offering their Dickey's Pull Pork Sandwich for Free when you sign-up/subscribe to their email newsletter to receive a unique coupon code to redeem at checkout when ordering or when you follow the instructions listed below. Select free curbside or in-restaurant pickup to save on any delivery fees.
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Google Workspace will re-enable tracking for many users today

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Today is the day that Google's controversial changes to the Google Workspace privacy settings take effect. For paying users of Google Workspace, the organization-wide "Web & App Activity" control is being removed from the administrator control panel and will be split into two different settings. We covered this announcement two months ago, but the new privacy controls started rolling out on Tuesday.

Many confusing changes are happening. First, administrators will no longer have organization-wide control over privacy settings. It will now be up to each user in an organization to hunt down and change the settings themselves. Google will not honor your previous privacy settings when it moves the controls—organizations that previously opted out of tracking will be opted back in to some tracking, and every user will now need to opt out individually.

The second change is the settings split. The tracking previously covered by "Web & App Activity" is being broken into two controls; one is still called "Web & App Activity," and there's a new setting called "Search History." The Web & App Activity setting won't be switched back on, but since Search History has never technically existed before, it will be turned on by default for every user, even if an organization previously opted out of this tracking when it was under Web & App Activity. Again, administrators can no longer control this setting, so every user in an organization will need to shut off Search History for themselves.

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