So, ask yourself—what’s the most important piece of software you use on the web? It’s no question for most of us—it’s the ubiquitous browser.
If you're old enough, or remember much in your high school history class, you probably remember the golden days of airships. Not so long ago, blimps and their cousins were the darlings of pilots and many a pundit predicted they would take over aviation. But then jet engines stole their place in history and airships were relegated to the logo for a tire company.
Let's face it—today's fast paced lifestyle can foster anxiety. You probably know a colleague or boss whose every request is urgent and due yesterday. Their email subject lines almost always contains exclamation points, and they are not afraid to contact you after hours or on your day off. They demand you drop everything, because their request is super urgent and the world will stop spinning until you complete their request. They clearly feel your time is best spent solving their problems, and are blissfully ignorant of your existing priorities. In short, they are annoying and a time drain, and they need to stop.
Just when you thought you had made a sound decision to cut back on red and processed meat, scientists have turned the table on you. New claims from a comprehensive study indicate that one can safely eat red and processed meats several times a week with no health issues.