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Missing Parts by Lucinda BerryThis is an alternate Cover Edition for ISBN 13: 9781537794037.
Growing up abandoned by her father and raised by a single mother, Celeste was determined to create the perfect family but even perfect families have secrets. Celeste’s days are filled with a rewarding career, a devoted husband, and her four-year-old daughter. Only Celeste knows the precarious house of cards her family is built upon until the day her daughter falls critically ill. Celeste’s world quickly spirals out of control as her secret threatens to destroy her marriage, family, reputation, and sanity. She’ll go to any lengths to protect her family—take any risk, break any law—anything except tell the truth.
The New Google Feed: What It Is And How It Works
Google has been making numerous adjustments to the Google App and its Feed formerly Google Now for most of The latest change, which includes that semi-transparent UI on some devices, has started to rollout more widely today and nerds are throwing some pretty solid fits about it. What is this change? It includes a semi-transparent Google panel off to the side of home screens for phones like the Pixel. But what has people up in arms is the fact that Google killed off the ability to swipe away some cards when in the feed on the Google App. You see, from the beginning, if Google showed you a card in the Feed, you could swipe it left or right to dismiss it as if you were done with its contents.
Join , subscribers and get a daily digest of news, geek trivia, and our feature articles. When Google first released Google Now, it was celebrated by Android users across the board. When Now evolved into the Google Feed, however, this change was much less accepted. But the Feed is great if you just take the time to customize it. And for better or worse, the Feed is the evolution of Now. This is, admittedly, a bit confusing.
How does Google Feed work?
If you use the Google App on iOS or Android , you may soon notice a stream of news stories underneath the search bar. That's the Google Feed, and, like the stories on Twitter or Facebook's timeline, it's customized to you.
However, the service has been hampered in the past by things like malfunctions on the Google side of things, incorrect Google Account settings or device problems. The problem has not affected all users and a representative from Google confirms that the issue has been fixed. If your cards still will not load, you can try the known workarounds. On your Android device, open the Settings app, go to the Application Manager and select the Google app. Tap the Manage Space button and on the next screen, tap Clear Google Search Data; menu names may vary slightly based on the Android version. If your cards still fail to load, try turning your Google app feed off and on again in the settings. Deleting and reinstalling the Google app may also fix the issue, but you may have to redo some of your feed preferences.