Health

The Wall Street Journal – October 22, 2018

We are always multitasking, or moving from one bit of information to the next, rarely looking at one piece of information long enough to fully digest it.

Is it healthy… this constant stylus pecking?
Do the things we “check” REALLY need checking?

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Time Magazine –  August 23, 2017

A recent found more than 17,000 bacterial gene copies on the phones of high school students. Scientists at the University of Arizona have found that cell phones carry 10 times morbacteria than most toilet seats.

Here’s some news designed to shock us
About the deadly staphylococcus
Lurking on the each phone display
Prepared to steal our health away.
The Feds, those stealthy smart phone stalkers
Will find we all are dirty talkers!

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BBC – October 7, 2018

It’s the final call, say scientists, the most extensive warning yet on the risks of rising global temperatures. Their dramatic report on keeping that rise under 1.5 degrees C states that the world is now completely off track, heading instead towards 3C.

Slowly this reality is dawning:‬
‪Not “climate warming” but CLIMATE WARNING.‬

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The Wall Street Journal – October 6–7, 2018

According to a 2016 study by the  Academy of Management, employees tally an average of eight hours a week answering work – related emails after leaving the office.

Would some smart programmer please design,
A digital ‘DO NOT DISTURB’ sign.

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The Wall Street Journal – October 3, 2017

Faced with the prospect of a warming planet, the world of business and finance is starting to put a price on climate change.

Even if you’re a ‘climate change’ DENIER:
Your insurance rates are going HIGHER.

 

 

 

 

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