Before you ever board a hyperloop for a half-hour trip from San Francisco to L.A., it’s possible that the ultra-fast transit system might help deliver the things you buy. 172 more words
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With groaning inboxes, is it any wonder why so many e-mail messages get ignored by their recipients?
Indeed, with it costing so little to send an e-mail – especially when compared to the “bad old days” of postal mail – it’s too irresistible for marketers and others to deploy hundreds or thousands of e-mail missives at a pop, even if the resulting engagement levels are so paltry. 721 more words
My favorite pieces covering Positive Psychology and adjacent from (roughly) the last seven days.
by Charlie Sorrel, Fast Company Magazine, 7/26/16.
…FlowingData’s Nathan Yau scraped the numbers from 2010-2014 American Community Survey and found that the nuclear family is still dominant—but only just. 365 more words