Lanie Reed is a travel writer who decides to investigate a small town in California that is said to be cursed. She quickly discovers that the town is haunted by the ghosts of a family who were murdered there. Lanie must find a way to break the curse and free the town from the ghosts' grip.
Emily's mother dies, and she decides to take a trip to Europe to scatter her ashes. While there, she visits some of her mother's favorite places and meets a handsome stranger who helps her through the process. She eventually finds closure and a new love.
Lizzy is an eleven year old girl who loves to draw, but gets in trouble at school for doodling in her books. When her teacher catches her, she is given the choice to either stop drawing altogether, or start a new notebook where she can draw to her heart's content. Lizzy chooses the latter, and begins to fill her new notebook with beautiful drawings of the things she sees around her. As she fills the pages, she discovers a hidden talent for capturing the world around her in a way that others can appreciate. Soon, her drawings are being shared with the whole school, and Lizzy has found a new passion that brings her joy.
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The history of quantum computing can be traced back to the early days of quantum mechanics in the early 1900s. One of the first quantum computing concepts was proposed by physicist Paul Benioff in 1981. In 1994, Peter Shor developed a quantum algorithm for factorizing large numbers, which is a key task in cryptography. In 1998, IBM played a key role in the development of the first experimental quantum computer. In 2007, a team led by MIT professor Isaac Chuang created the first working quantum computer. Quantum computers are now being developed by major tech companies such as IBM, Google, and Microsoft.