Their duties range from coffee-grabbing to overtime immersion, their compensation from nil to generous, and their treatment from abusive to excellent. They are the interns of the 21st century, and they are more common by the year.
photo by Boston Public Library via Flickr Since 1962 Cuba and the U.S. have had no relations–meaning no diplomatic meetings, no imports, no exports, and a travel ban between the two countries to boot.
photo by United Nations Photo via Flickr When it comes to your health and well-being there may (unfortunately) be quite a lot to fret about, from additives in food products, to the mounting concern over GMOs. But not all health claims are created equally.
photo by Emilio Dellepiane via Flickr The world’s most powerful militaries are now in the midst of a modern day submarine arms race.
Photo courtesy of NASA Goddard Space Flight Center via Flickr. The prevalence of outdated tech goes beyond government healthcare’s IT — in fact, your smartphone is probably smarter than some of the technology used by NASA and the U.S. Military.
Sponsored by the Brand Labs at Curiousmatic On a typical day, 21% of consumers search for product or service information online (Pew). People are constantly hunting for trusted understanding – more aha!- about how to use products and services to get important things done. Here are 5 ways that smart marketers can give curious customers […]
Photo courtesy of Jake Ji via Flickr. When a claim without basis passes as fact, it often continues to pass to the point when most assume it to be true.
photo by Ian Sanderson via Flickr Nitrogen deposition in the world’s oceans has increased dramatically–more than doubling in the past 100 years. What does that mean for both sea life and the environment as a whole?