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What does life imply? It’s a question that has bothered scientists since the beginning of time. Is it the existence of a certain intelligence or autonomy, a consciousness, or something more? Does it require
cio.com - Moira Alexander is the author of LEAD or LAG: Linking Strategic Project Management & Thought Leadership and founder of Lead-Her-Ship Group. She's also a project management professional and contributor to and co-host of the Price of Business Talk Radio "technically speaking" segment. Moira has 20+ years in business (IS&T) and project management for small to large businesses in the U.S. and Canada.
A hands-on review of a device that allows you to get directions and receive messages projected onto a transparent screen on your dash. Earlier this week, I came home and found a box on my porch. Inside
Block out the office. This story appears in the November 2016 issue of Entrepreneur. Subscribe » Open offices can be hotbeds of creativity and collaboration, as well as noisy distractions. Spotify-blasting
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Do you ever feel like nobody takes you seriously at work? If so, you're not alone. More than 50% of people don't feel respected at work, according to a global survey of more than 20,000 employees by the
USB, the workhorse port used for everything from phones to cars, is about to get even more useful. But consumers may find the changes puzzling at first. A new style of USB port called Type-C promises lot.