You can choose to upgrade if you want, but I’ve never paid for Evernote. The free version gives you access to your account on up to two devices.
I forgot to mention that the information is stored on the Evernote server, so it takes very little space on your device(s). They have a very robust security system, because they are used by some of the biggest companies in the world.
For today’s Mystery Monday, we’re going to talk about the Lady in Red who haunts the TTC (Toronto Transit Commission) Lower Bay St. Subway Station and the Lady in Red who haunts Fairmont Hotel Vancouver.
Did you know there was a station *BELOW* Bay St. subway station? And it’s haunted? Who knew?!
Who do you think the Lady in Red in Lower Bay Station is? What’s her story?
If they open the station to the public again, would you visit?
For today’s Mystery Monday, we’re going to talk about 11-year-old Riya Rajkumar, who was murdered in Brampton by her father, Roopesh Rajkumar, on Valentine’s Day (Feb. 14, 2019), which was also her and her mother, Priya Ramdin’s, birthday.
Also, I checked out the places where computers are available for free, and it looks like they’re all closed right now. Check back again in a week when Ontario starts lifting the lockdown.
The LCBO has paused its relationship with Skip the Dishes and it looks like The Beer Store has also paused its relationship with Cornershop.
This isn’t a sponsorship. I just think not enough people know that you can have alcohol from the LCBO (and convenience items including fresh flowers for Valentine’s Day!) delivered in Toronto and Mississauga through Runner: https://www.getrunner.io/