A study being released Thursday found that only 67 percent of parents expect their children to be independent by age 22 or younger, compared with 80 percent in a similar survey conducted two decades ago.
"On station WEAF in New York, a 10-minute radio program was presented on the air. It was a brief talk by H.M. Blackwell, a representative of the Queensboro Corporation. The subject matter of the program consisted of some apartment homes at a complex called Hawthorne Court in Jackson Heights, New York. Blackwell talked about care free life in the suburbs (where the complex was located) that was free from the hustle, bustle, and congestion of living in the city.
When the broadcast was coming to its conclusion, Blackwell closed it out with, "Let me close by urging you to hurry to the apartment house near the green fields..... the community life and friendly environment that Hawthorne advocated."
Since direct selling wasn't allowed, Blackwell's presentation was considered to be an "indirect direct" way of selling the people on the idea of moving to Hawthorne Court. Blackwell didn't mention anything about the rates the apartment complex charged, and he mentioned the Queensboro Corporation name only once."
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Pinterest points to something interesting: absolutely bite-sized curation is a trend to consider. Gentlemint points to the next trend: targeted use of curation technology to build interesting content in a group setting is hot."
On Christmas Eve, 1906, wireless operators on ships off the New England coast wondered if they'd had a religious experience. Out of the midst of Morse code dots and dashes beeping through their headsets came the sound of a voice reading the Christmas story from the Gospel of Luke and a violin playing "Silent Night." The voice wished them a merry Christmas, and then the dots and dashes started up again....
If, like mine, your partner thinks you have a problem because you check social media and email too often, it turns out they might be right. A new study suggests that checking our phones and computers is more addictive than alcohol and cigarettes.
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