Contact Lens Computer: Like Google Glass, without the Glasses

MIT Technology Review https://www.technologyreview.com/s/515666/contact-lens-computer-like-google-glass-without-the-glasses/   For those who find Google Glass indiscreet, electronic contact lenses that outfit the user’s cornea with a display may one day provide an alternative. Built by researchers at several institutions, including two research arms of Samsung, the lenses use new nanomaterials to solve some of the problems that have made […]

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Why Your Surroundings Are More Important to Success Than You Think

Your environment – including the people you surround yourself with – is the clearest indicator of who you are and who you’re becoming. By Benjamin P. Hardy Contributor, Inc.com @BenjaminPHardy If you want to make any permanent change in your life, willpower won’t get you there. Whether you want to get healthier, stop using social media so much, improve your relationships, be happier, write a book, […]

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Renewed Hope for Humanity

Social experiments that really don’t follow standards and stringent settings. But regardless, it does reveal some valuable and heartwarming results. Humanity is alive and well, just as vibrant as ever. It is often said that struggle and adversity builds character. It’s also said that struggle and adversity doesn’t build character, it reveals character. Sounds pretty […]

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Habits. The Good, the Bad and the Essential

By Christopher Saleh May 9, 2016   It’s been said that humans are creatures of habit. The definition of habit according to the dictionary is: an acquired behavior pattern regularly followed until it has become almost involuntary.[i]   We subconsciously develop these habits to eliminate using critical thinking and logical decision making out of performing […]

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This is the #1 Way To Have a Happier, Longer Life

Turns out we’re all doing a lot of things wrong Source: This is the #1 Way To Have a Happier, Longer Life Eric Barker writes Barking Up the Wrong Tree. Turns out we’re all doing a lot of things wrong  Who wants to live a happy, healthy, long life? Yeah, everybody. Turns out an incredible […]

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3 Secrets for Being More Confident, Backed by Research – Times

Turns out, it’s all about self-compassion Source: 3 Secrets for Being More Confident, Backed by Research Times magazine website and Eric Barker writes Barking Up the Wrong Tree. Turns out, it’s all about self-compassion Want to know how to be more confident? There’s an easy answer: Don’t. Yeah, it’s a trick question. But we’ve all […]

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Drugs Don’t Cause Addiction: This Brilliant Animated Video Will Change Your View on Drugs Forever

Drugs Don’t Cause Addiction: This Brilliant Animated Video Will Change Your View on Drugs Forever BY SOFO ARCHON Most people think that the reason why people become addicted to drugs is solely because of the drugs themselves. This, however, is far from the truth, as shown repeatedly by scientific studies on drug addiction. The brilliant short […]

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Valentine’s Post – The Biology of Attraction

Much of courtship and mating is choreographed by nature. In fact, nature designed men and women to work together. By Helen E. Fisher, published on April 1, 1993 – last reviewed on October 31, 2011 In an apocryphal story, a colleague once turned to the great British geneticist J.B.S. Haldane, and said, “Tell me, Mr. […]

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Help Your Team Manage Stress, Anxiety, and Burnout

Prioritize their personal development. It can be tough enough to manage your own stress. But how can you, as a manager, help the members of your team handle their feelings of stress, burnout, or disengagement? Because work is getting more demanding and complex, and because many of us now work in 24/7 environments, anxiety and burnout are […]

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Five tools to improve embedded software testing efforts

by: Amy Reichert Embedded software testing tools are useful for catching defects during unit, integration and system testing. Here are five such tools that can make testing easier. Testing embedded systems, or closed hardware environments where users don’t realize the embedded interface exists, is challenging and different because there is no user interface (UI). Instead, […]

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