Category Archives: career

Fingerprinting Almost Like DNA Testing Now

Fingerprints can reveal gender, drug use, what was recently eaten ‘Police departments around the world have been using fingerprint analysis to identify suspects since the late nineteenth century, but even today’s modern technology can’t reconstruct a smudged print. The patterns … Continue reading

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Great Lessons from Great Interns in their 40s

‘…Lisa McGee, a disaster program manager at the Red Cross, is Killian’s boss, and she is supportive. “I came in as an older intern myself,” she says. She was about 43. McGee says older interns often have more empathy, life … Continue reading

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4 TED Talks To Improve Your Social Relationships

‘The best TED Talks are the ones that can plant seeds in your heart, which later grow into fruitful, life-altering changes. Here at MakeUseOf, we love TED Talks. We’ve done roundups before on talks related to creativity and inspiration, motivation … Continue reading

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Growing Old Inside Your Online Network

Is it wise to go through life without fully detaching from the past? I turned 50 inside Facebook and almost with LinkedIn and Twitter. One of the greatest event of my life happened with that—I got reconciled with my childhood … Continue reading

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Should we hate America’s ultra-rich 1%?

Billionaire Tom Perkins’ Fear: America’s 1% Facing Hate on Holocaust Level ‘From the Occupy movement to the demonization of the rich embedded in virtually every word of our local newspaper, the San Francisco Chronicle, I perceive a rising tide of … Continue reading

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