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Truly Smart People Go Through These 4 Stages To Develop Their Critical Thinking Abilities
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Simply getting more information won’t make you smarter Everyone wants to be smarter. Sometimes, we’re just amazed by those who can think quickly and deeply. To be like them, we easily make the assumption that the larger our knowledge bases are, the smarter we become. While this assumption is true in some sense, it doesn’t […]






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Don't Complain About The Change Of Your Partner, It's Good For Your Relationship
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“Change is hard at first, messy in the middle and gorgeous at the end.” ~ Robin Sharma Change is an inevitable part of life. We all experience it. Coping with change within romantic relationships can be particularly unnerving and disheartening. Each of my 21 years of marriage has had one constant — they have all […]






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Instant Confidence Boost From The Outside In: How To Dress For Confidence
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When we try to look for advice on lifting confidence, it always has to do with our mindset. There’re hundreds of articles out on the internet to teach us how to gain confidence by thinking positive, killing negative thoughts, getting to know yourself and practicing interactions with different people. All of these suggestions are nice, but changing of […]






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Google updates Drive with a focus on its business users
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 Google today announced a number of major updates to Drive, its online file storage service, which all aim to make it more useful for the company’s business and enterprise users. In addition, the company announced that Drive now has 800 million daily active users, which probably makes it the largest online file storage service in […]






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Google adds add-on support to Gmail
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 Here’s some welcome news for Gmail users: Google is adding support for third-party add-ons that can integrate directly into the service. There are plenty of services that add functionality to Gmail already, of course, but they typically do that through a browser extension. With this new capability, which Google announced at its Cloud Next conference […]






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Google’s Jamboard will cost $5,000, plus an annual management fee
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 Google’s delivering on its promise of keeping its interactive whiteboard under $6,000. Priced at $4,999, the Jamboard is just a hair more expensive than the 55-inch version of Cisco’s Sparkboard and considerably less so than the $8,999 Surface Hub, which was both the first of the trio to be announced and first to market when […]






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Names and definitions of leaked CIA hacking tools
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 The WikiLeaks-hosted “Vault7” collection of documents allegedly leaked from within the CIA’s Computer Operations Group is a messy mix of jargon, incomplete info, and broken links. It’s quite difficult to find a basic description of many of the terms used, even using the search function. So for your convenience I’ve gone through the whole pile […]






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Mark Zuckerberg and Priscilla Chan are expecting another baby girl
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 Mark Zuckerberg is sure to get a ridiculous amount of likes for his latest post. The Facebook founder, now 32, posted this morning on his Facebook profile page he and wife Priscilla Chan are expecting a second daughter. No names have surfaced yet for the baby but this is very good news for the couple […]






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America Gets a D Plus for Infrastructure, and a Big Bill to Fix it
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It’ll take more than $1 trillion to fix America’s infrastructure. A lot more. The post America Gets a D Plus for Infrastructure, and a Big Bill to Fix it appeared first on WIRED.






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