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This algorithm makes predicting the future more accessible

Some professions require the prophetic task of using existing data to predict future outcomes as accurately as possible. This can come in the form of trying to predict the upcoming week's weather, estimating a person's risk of developing a disease, or anticipating the best time to sell Read More...

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4 signs you need to say NO from time to time

Saying “no” to a request is understandably difficult. Professionally or personally, we either want to help, accommodate a friend, or fear we may upset someone we care about. That’s why we can be inclined to say yes to those we're close to. If your schedule is already filled with work, Read More...

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6 steps to unpack your email inbox after vacation

Now that pandemic restrictions are easing, people are starting in earnest to plan vacations again. Hooray!  We all need a change of scenery and a relaxing break from our screens. On the other hand, after a well-deserved rest, nothing says “welcome back to reality” like an overstuffed email Read More...

This article will end your hou

This article will end your household’s debate on how to load the dishwasher

Weirdly enough, the dishwasher is a source of controversy in many households. Philip Lee and Diane Rudolph, co-heads of Marital Therapy at Weill Cornell Medical Center in New York City, claim it’s among the most common spousal battles they see. A 2012 Harris survey commissioned by Bosch also Read More...

Why you should teach your kids

Why you should teach your kids to cook this holiday season

Whether you find cooking to be a beautiful art or a messy ordeal, you have every reason to teach your kids how to cook if you’re a parent. With the holidays coming and kids getting time off from school, now is the perfect time to teach your little one(s) how to be a chef. It’s been said that Read More...

Moving too fast? Books to get

Moving too fast? Books to get to grips with the pace of life

In the digital age, time is precious. Many technological innovations, from faster broadband to instant messaging, promise to make our lives easier and more efficient, saving time for the good Read More...

Avant-garde organ song to last

Avant-garde organ song to last 631 years

John Cage's "As Slow as Possible" will be played in a former church in Germany for a very, very long time. Ursula Sautter | May 2009 issue “One need not fear about the future of music,” American experimental composer John Cage once wrote. Well, the future of Cage’s own music seems assured, Read More...

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Videos: John Cage's 'As Slow as Possible'

A former church in Halberstadt has specially designed an organ to play John Cage's experimental composition. The Editors | May 2009 Read More...

Detached, but not indifferent

Detached, but not indifferent

Thoughts on the Warrior of Light and renunciation. Paulo Coelho | April 2009 issue In any activity, we have to know what to expect, how to reach our objectives and what capacity we possess for the proposed task. The only people who can say they have renounced the fruit are those who, thus Read More...