Ken Young

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A Harvard psychologist says your success in any situation hinges on 3 things

As she described in her 2012 TED Talk, power-posing is about taking advantage of the body-mind connection: You adopt the body language of powerful people so that you feel and act more confident.<p>But power posing is just one path to a state of calm self-confidence that will help you succeed in …

3 Little Tricks to Deal With People Who Offend You

Something that we struggle with daily, that eats us up and causes stress and anger: annoying people.<p>You know those people: they cut in line, are rude …

Self-help

The Week in Review: Flip to the Year Ahead

Inside Flipboard / December 27, 2013<p>In Japan, where I was born and raised, New Year’s is the most important holiday. Planning your resolutions …

The Flip Bowl Finale

Inside Flipboard / January 3, 2014<p>We’d like to congratulate curator Osprey for curating the number one NFL team magazine of the Flip Bowl season.<p>It’s …

What I'm Reading: Neatorama Founder Alex Santoso

What I’m Reading: Neatorama Founder Alex Santoso<p>Inside Flipboard / January 16, 2014<p><i>It was only after Alex Santoso earned a PhD in biochemistry and</i> …

Have Excel run a SQL script in query analyzer

New Member<p>Join Date<p>Mar 2003<p>Posts<p>33<p>Post Thanks / Like<p>Mentioned<p>0 Post(s)<p>Tagged<p>0 Thread(s)<p>I have a database where I have to run a SQL script daily to …

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Google’s “High Handed” Bus Memo

Like the last time people tried busing as a solution to a socioeconomic problem, the tech busing in San Francisco has become a hot-button topic.<p>The Google buses, described as “spaceships” containing “alien overlords” by writer Rebecca Solnit, have become potent symbols for income inequality within …

Cracked Arctic sea ice stirs up mercury concern

Large cracks in Arctic sea ice are helping pull atmospheric mercury down to the Arctic surface, according to new NASA research.<p>A report in the …

Nearly half the people in South Korea had their credit card numbers stolen by one man

The credit card information of 20 million South Koreans has been leaked, state regulators reported on January 19. In a country of 50 million, this marks one of the country’s most devastating security breaches ever. The perpetrator? Allegedly, a single engineer.<p>An employee of Korea Credit Bureau has …

Japanese fishermen begin annual slaughter of hundreds of dolphins

Fishermen in Japan began slaughtering hundreds of bottlenose dolphins early on Tuesday morning, campaigners said, despite mounting international calls for the animals to be spared.<p>Members of the marine conservation group Sea Shepherd who are monitoring the annual cull in Taiji, on Japan’s Pacific …