目前分類： 201501 (12)
- Jan 14 Wed 2015 23:06
- Jan 13 Tue 2015 22:42
- Jan 12 Mon 2015 22:49
Dogs tend to jump up naturally to greet people because they’re eager and excited. While your dog’s intentions are harmless, some people might perceive this behavior as annoying. And it can be particularly dangerous if you have a large dog jumping up on a child or elderly person. The American Kennel Club (AKCⓇ) offers the following tips to help stop your dog from jumping on people.
- Jan 11 Sun 2015 22:06
Ethical hackers spend their time attacking computer security systems to prevent data theft and fraud. Using the same techniques as their unethical counterparts who only want to steal, ethical hackers look for system weaknesses and report the problems. One needs certification, IT security experience and a college degree. But it can be very exciting!
- Jan 11 Sun 2015 21:51
“What do you do?” This common question usually figures fairly quickly into a conversation with a stranger. The question is a good place to start looking for common ground, and there are some fascinating jobs out there that make for great conversation.
- Jan 11 Sun 2015 21:38
- Jan 07 Wed 2015 22:39
How many days could you last without your mobile phone? According to a new report released by Bank of America, [not many]. Nearly half of the people surveyed (47 percent) said they wouldn’t last a day without their device.
Then need for access to a mobile phone ranks higher than access to TV or coffee. [This was] according to the survey, held by Braun Research. The phone survey of 1,000 adults was conducted May 6 to 13. It has a margin of error of plus or minus 3.1 percentage points.
- Jan 06 Tue 2015 22:38
- Jan 05 Mon 2015 22:18
Ever heard of “sleep drunkenness”? Have you ever tried to reach for your phone when your alarm clock rings? Or when you wake up you don’t know where you are? Then you may have experienced what’s known formally as “confusional arousal.”
- Jan 04 Sun 2015 17:40
Imaging your time is like a closet. See your day as a limited space that accommodates only so much and benefits from organization. Group common tasks together. Hit the grocery store, cleaners and health-food store all in one outing.
- Jan 04 Sun 2015 17:23
- Jan 01 Thu 2015 22:56
Time often holds us hostage. We wrestle with endless to-do lists, pressurized deadlines and spiraling guilt (from failing to get it all done). But there is a way out. Good habits – planning, organization and focus – can unlock the prison of “not enough time.” Check out these five time-management pointers, culled from experts, and let the tips set you free.