A survey suggests that there will be a lot of Americans calling in sick the day after the Super Bowl. If you can’t get it together after watching football on TV, maybe you should reassess your existence. (Source: USA Today)
The Washington Post offers some etiquette tips on eating while flying, and so do I. (Source: Washington Post)
A homeowners’ association in Arizona wants to fine and punish residents for complaining about them on social media. That’s not how it’s supposed to work. (Source: Arizona Republic)
Sometimes, you can prepare in advance. Sometimes, you can’t. That’s especially true with podcasts, and social media, when tragedy strikes.
Science has determined why some people’s hair turns grey quicker. You can already guess the answer, and you’d be correct. (Source: The Guardian)
How are you at shaking hands? One article offers tips on how to do it right. I wonder why we do it at all. (Source: BBC)
The shopping mall may be dead, but some malls are thriving. They have certain things in common. (Source: New York Times)
Having conquered the children’s market, Lego is now going after the adult market. We are all reverting to childhood. There’s something to be said for that. (Source: Washington Post)
It’s easy to just react to headlines you see on Facebook and Twitter without looking deeper. That’s a mistake.