How to delete your Postmates account and erase your personal data

If you want to delete your Postmates account, you’re going to have to put in a little more effort than just tapping a few buttons. In order to delete your Postmates account, you’ll need to submit a service request online. Visit Business Insider’s homepage for more stories. Do you have way too many food delivery apps on your phone? Maybe you downloaded a bunch, but only really use two; or maybe you just don’t want your information on that many platforms and want to narrow it down. Regardless, if you want to delete your Postmates account, you can do so at any time. However, it’s an involved process. Deleting your… Read More

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The best garden mulches

Mulch helps preserve soil moisture, block weeds, and can enrich and improve the soil. Selecting the best type of mulch can save money, protect natural resources, and give you the gardening results you desire. For a long-lasting, insect-resistant organic garden mulch, Great North Forest Cedar Mulch is our pick. When you see a photo of a garden that you love, your eye is drawn to the hardscape of walls and paths and the natural beauty of the flowers, shrubs, and trees. You probably don’t notice the mulch, but it’s there. The unified look and the lack of unsightly weeds are your first clues that the gardener knows the benefits of… Read More

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Despite What Trump Says, Ohio Is Postponing It’s Primary Election

After a briefing on Monday, during which President Donald Trump was asked about unprecedented efforts to flatten the curve of the coronavirus pandemic in the United States, he said he opposes delaying primary voting in any states. Ultimately, Trump said that the decision was “unnecessary” but that it would be up to respective state leaders to determine what is the best move going forward. On Tuesday, there were still set to be primaries in states like Arizona, Florida, Illinois, and Ohio, but local government in Arizona and Ohio have already stopped primaries in an effort to protect both poll workers and voters from spreading COVID-19. Right now, with the urgent… Read More

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A banner on Apple’s site suggests it is bracing to keep all stores outside China shut longer than expected

Apple may keep all its retail stores — bar those in China — shut for longer than expected. As first reported by 9to5Mac, a notice has appeared on the Apple.com homepage that reads: “Our retail stores are closed until further notice.” The tech giant had previously said it would be closing its non-Chinese stores until March 27, as part of its efforts to contain the spread of the novel coronavirus. Having reopened all of its Chinese stores last week, Apple’s apparent actions mirror the pandemic’s gradual shift away from China and towards other parts of the world, particularly western Europe. Apple did not immediately respond to Business Insider’s request for… Read More

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