2018/05/10: That Uber car you jump into, the hotel room you stay in, even a classroom where smoking hasn’t been allowed for decades: These are places where you are often exposed to a lot more than you expect
Good Housekeeping reaches an audience of 30+ million each month. In addition to the magazine brand, the Good Housekeeping Institute is the consumer product evaluation laboratory, which opened in 1900 and continues today with the same mission: to improve the lives of consumers and their families through education and product evaluation.
People have an especially hard time ignoring half a conversation because we can't predict what's coming next.
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Glass has disappeared almost overnight, and there's a reason: Google's ham-fisted approach to privacy.
A recent study in the journal Psychological Science followed a group on a museum tour. They were told to take photographs of certain pieces of art and to simply observe others. The study found
The human animal takes a remarkably long time to reach maturity. And we cram a lot of learning into that time, as well we should: the list of things we need to know by the time we hit adulthood in order
Dr David Glowacki is a highly-respected research fellow of the Royal Society, and expert in non-equilibrium molecular reaction dynamics - no, me neither - but is also our newest, and arguably most unlikely
When is the last time you powered down. All the way down. Not asleep. Not in airplane mode but ON - OFF. Try it with me now. Take your phone out, if you're not already futzing with it, and turn it
If you are on a personal connection, like at home, you can run an anti-virus scan on your device to make sure it is not infected with malware.
Like a nearby cellphone user with an annoying way of saying, "Helllloooo!" recently confirmed FCC Chairman Tom Wheeler has already hit a nerve.
He has all the virtues I dislike and none of the vices I admire."
Shilling etiquette advice is an old and illustrious profession. As long as there's been a society, there's also been appropriate social behavior (and a goodly number of schmucks who do everything wrong).
Manners makyth man"-the old adage reminds us of an important truth: that people are made, not born, and that they are made by their relation to others. Of course, a human being might exist in a state of nature, savage, speechless, solitary. But he would not have our distinctive form of life; in an important sense, he would not be a person.