7 Simple Ways to Spring Clean Your Home Faster

Looking for ways to spring clean your home in no time? Good. I’ve got some tried and tested ways that I’m going to share with you. Spring cleaning is one of my favorite things about the spring season, but unfortunately, I can’t enjoy it to the fullest since my schedule is always overloaded. So I’ve found a few ways to spring clean my home fast that are also great for those who don’t like cleaning. 1. Clean mini blinds Yes, I want to start with the worst part about spring cleaning. I’m Read more [...]

5 Tricks to Help You Make Faster Decisions at Work

Whether you are employed as a member of someone’s team or run your own business, work-based decisions carry a lot of responsibility. We all feel this weight on our shoulders, it is just part of adult life. But there are some decision-making tricks and tools to make the process a little less stressful, and give you a better chance of a great outcome. Here are five things I have learned to do from both my past as an employee and my present as a small business owner. 1. The 5×5 rule This Read more [...]

10 Great Pedicure Techniques

Anyone can do their own pedicure, but if you want truly professional results at home, you need to know a few things. Just a handful of techniques can turn an ordinary pedicure into a great one. 1. Use cuticle oil While cuticle oil may seem like a waste of time at first glance, it actually gives you a more professional pedicure. It can be tough to avoid painting your cuticles. Nail polish on the cuticle can look messy and very unprofessional, so carefully apply a little cuticle oil before you Read more [...]

9 Incredible Benefits of Lemon Water

The role of water in our body is immense. It is important to control our water intake in order to be healthy and beautiful. Doctors say that we should drink nearly eight glasses of water daily. Only this way your body will stay hydrated and you’ll be able to slake thirst when it is hot. Most of us usually prefer to consume other sweet and delicious beverages instead of water, however, they are not good for our health and some of them may be even harmful. Recently I have found out that it can be Read more [...]

5 Tricks to Help You Make Faster Decisions at Work

Whether you are employed as a member of someone’s team or run your own business, work-based decisions carry a lot of responsibility. We all feel this weight on our shoulders, it is just part of adult life. But there are some decision-making tricks and tools to make the process a little less stressful, and give you a better chance of a great outcome. Here are five things I have learned to do from both my past as an employee and my present as a small business owner. Tricks to Make Faster Read more [...]

Risk For Bipolar Disorder Associated With Faster Aging

New King’s College London research suggests that people with a family history of bipolar disorder may ‘age’ more rapidly than those without a history of the disease. SCIENCE DAILY— LONDON, United Kingdom, 26-Jul-17— The study, published in Neuropsychopharmacology, also shows that bipolar patients treated with lithium – the main medication for the illness – have longer telomeres (a sign of slower biological ageing) compared to bipolar disorder patients not treated with lithium. This Read more [...]

Everything It Will Take To Get Faster Wi-Fi On Planes

I bring tidings from the frontier of airplane Wi-Fi. I experienced faster internet with my own two thumbs aboard a 757! I did a series of speed tests and received between 17 and 27 megabits per second while also flying through the sky. This is streaming-Netflix-while-streaming-Spotify territory — and a far cry from the measly speeds one can attain on most current flights. Airplane Wi-Fi is technically measured on a scale from makes-you-want-to-throw-your-computer-out-of-the-plane to makes-you-want-to-throw-yourself-out-of-the-plane. Read more [...]

Faster Programs, Easier Programming

New system lets nonexperts optimize programs that run on multiprocessor chips. Dynamic programming is a technique that can yield relatively efficient solutions to computational problems in economics, genomic analysis, and other fields. But adapting it to computer chips with multiple “cores,” or processing units, requires a level of programming expertise that few economists and biologists have. Researchers from MIT’s Computer Science and Artificial Intelligence Laboratory (CSAIL) and Stony Read more [...]

Molecular Imaging Hack Makes Cameras ‘Faster’

A new Rice University technique grabs images of chemical processes that happen faster than most laboratory cameras are able to capture them. The technique, super temporal resolution microscopy (STReM), allows researchers to view and gather useful information about fluorescing molecules at a frame rate 20 times faster than typical lab cameras normally allow. The work by Rice chemist Christy Landes and her team, along with Rice electrical engineer Kevin Kelly, appears in the American Chemical Read more [...]

Fanning the Flame a Little Faster in Space

NASA started another large fire in space on June 4, when ground controllers ignited the third in a three-part series of spacecraft fire experiments (Saffire-III). Set inside an Earth-orbiting cargo spacecraft that is filled with trash and disposal items from the International Space Station, the flame spread across a 3.28-foot-long (1 meter) sample of cotton-fiberglass fabric. Saffire-I, conducted in June 2016, burned an identical cotton-fiberglass sample inside an identical flow duct with Read more [...]