Palm is declared alive and well, Radiohead frontman makes money on BitTorrent, play free MS-DOS games in your browser, use AnyPen on Lenovo tablets, and how to draw without using your hands. The Palm Brand Is Resuscitated Weekend at Bernies 3: Palm. — Dieter Bohn (@backlon) January 6, 2015 The Palm brand is being brought…
What if you could set yourself up to have a different memory in the future? Researchers say just post a false event to your social network feed.
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"… the dark side of this social conformity is when we deeply lose ourselves or negate what authentically and compassionately feels to be 'us'; to the degree that we no longer recognize the experience, our voice, the memory or even the view of ourselves.”
"When this starts to happen, feelings of guilt and distaste towards ourselves can create a cognitive trap of alienation and possibly even a sense of disconnection and paranoia.”
I know of a non-FB site that demonstrates this quite well.
Over the past few years, eBooks have gone from a novel idea to a broadly embraced alternative to print literature. Devices like the Nook and the Kindle have become commonplace — but they're not the only option if you're looking to see what eBooks have to offer. More and more people are turning to their Windows computer…
Now that holiday postpartum blues have gripped the fringes of your psyche, why not complete your jump off the deep end with a triple axle belly-flop into the wondrous land of the vlogging community known as Vloasis.
Truth is, when you spend less energy on lots of tasks, you’re not giving yourself enough brain power to fully accomplish anything.
Nice article and good points, although I'd prefer to think that some people are better able to benefit from multitasking than others. I read somewhere that Gerald Ford used to have four tvs going at once...not to say that he benefitted, per se.
While many of us can confidently claim to be good at what we do, few of us can say we have truly mastered our craft. It takes either an innate ability or years of practice to rise through the ranks until you're the best in your chosen field. Keep this in mind as you delve…
"Happy New Year" wishes can ring false to those who suffer from Seasonal Affective Disorder, or "Winter Blues". It's a type of depression that impacts individuals during months of little sun. However, there are a number of dimensions of health and wellness, and lacking in any of them can lead to this seasonal depression. That's why…
Aside from a Kellogg-esque focus on constitutional intake, this article is a good reminder to keep the blues away.