An Up-To-Date Layman's Guide To Accessing The Deep Web. If you binge-watched the second season of House of Cards, along with a reported 15% of Netflix's 44 million subscribers, you may be newly interested in the Deep Web.
The surprising reason we have a 40-hour work week (and why we should re-think it) ‘As long as you get your eight hours in.’
I used to hear this phrase a lot. The thinking is that as long as you put in a set amount of time working (usually at least eight hours or more) you will do well at your job and be successful. We learned that eight hours of work a day is what we’re supposed to do almost as soon as we step foot into a classroom. School days are eight hours long and classes are usually structured by slots of time rather than what is accomplished in that time. When you get a job, usually part or all of your pay is based on hours worked.
5 Simple Office Policies That Make Danish Workers Way More Happy Than Americans. You will often see Denmark listed in surveys as the "happiest country on the planet.
" Interestingly Danes are not only happy at home, they're also happy at work. According to most studies of worker satisfaction among nations, the happiest employees in the world are in Denmark. The U.S.? GCP Results. A Bottom Line Graph pictures the history of accumulated deviations from expectation.
The Hypothesis Registry defines formal events. Analyses are linked from Table 2 below. Exploratory Studies provide additional insight, and help develop formal hypotheses. How to Memorize Your Presentation—In 60 Minutes or Less — Prezi Blog. Originally published on the SlideGenius blog.
When presenting, it’s never a good idea to read from your slides or note cards. A few quick glances are usually acceptable. And if you read everything word for word, you will seem disengaged from the audience. Even though most presenters know this, the situation still seems unavoidable. How to Make Bacon Soap. You can get bacon fat from a variety of sources.
I got my bacon fat from working as a white water rafting guide over the summer. Day three of a five day rafting trip means bacon for breakfast, lots of it. I collected the rendered fat in plastic water bottles with the original intention of using the grease to make a bacon fat bomb - basically a concentrated grease fire, but what didn't get used to make grease bombs followed me home and sat on the shelf for a while. Improvised Life - Sourcebook for Inventive Living. StumbleUpon — Looks like there's a problem.
San Diego Scientist Illuminates Link Between Light And Health. Aired 8/7/14 on KPBS News.
Whether it's coming from the sun or a smartphone, light is abundant. But research suggests the wrong light at the wrong time of day can disrupt the body's natural rhythms. The Blood Harvest - Alexis C. Madrigal. The thing about the blood that everyone notices first: It's blue, baby blue.
The marvelous thing about horseshoe crab blood, though, isn't the color. It's a chemical found only in the amoebocytes of its blood cells that can detect mere traces of bacterial presence and trap them in inescapable clots. To take advantage of this biological idiosyncrasy, pharmaceutical companies burst the cells that contain the chemical, called coagulogen.
Isha Datar: Groundbreaking Tissue Engineer. Sampling wine varietals at a chateau may conjure images of Frenchmen and dusty cellars.
But Chateau Helan Qingxue is far from the limestone-rich soils of Bordeaux — it’s one of a handful of vineyards in northwestern China’s Ningxia region that have made the country the world’s fifth-largest producer of wine. For those who believe wine is bottled poetry, it’s worth noting that Ningxia’s famed Helan Mountain once inspired a Ming Dynasty controller to write a poem entitled “Helan Qingxue.” The winery, named after the poem, is co-owned by Zhang Jing, a diminutive young woman in spectacles who is proving to be a powerhouse in the world of wine. Jing has been winning international awards for her wines and her talents — and she’s the first Chinese winemaker to ever win the prestigious Decanter World Wine Award.
Photos of a traffic jam stuck in the woods for 70 years. Colors & our Mind. Kanzi. Kanzi (born October 28, 1980), also known by the lexigram (from the character 太), is a male bonobo who has been featured in several studies on great ape language.
According to Sue Savage-Rumbaugh, a primatologist who has studied the bonobo throughout her life, Kanzi has exhibited advanced linguistic aptitude. Biography Born to Lorel and Bosandjo at Yerkes field station at Emory University and moved to the Language Research Center at Georgia State University, Kanzi was stolen and adopted shortly after birth by a more dominant female, Matata. Speaking Bonobo. To better understand bonobo intelligence, I traveled to Des Moines, Iowa, to meet Kanzi, a 26-year-old male bonobo reputedly able to converse with humans. Kanzi The Bonobo Can Start A Fire, Cook His Own Food (PHOTOS) Anyone who's ever seen "Planet of the Apes" or the recent "Rise of the Planet of the Apes," knows this is exactly how it starts.
And it's all downhill from here. Kanzi, a fun-loving male bonobo, has figured out how to cook his food with fire, the Daily Mail reports. PHOTOS BELOW. 5 life-changing keys to overcoming your fear. What is stopping you from getting what you want in life? Your friends? Your family? 33 Powerful Ways of Overcoming Fear … Right Now. The Trouble With Blogging. I began my blog with a sense of reckless abandon. Nobody was reading, so I could be sassy and crude. I want to quit my job and follow my dream, but—