I dag arbetar Arianna Huffington inte längre med nättidningen Huffington post utan satsar helhjärtat på hälsostartupen Thrive Global.Hon anser att vi behöver införa en “tredje parameter” i vårt liv som inte fokuserar på pengar och makt utan på inre välbefinnande och återhämtning.I en artikel publicerad i Harvard Business Review avslöjar hon sitt trick för att medarbetarna ska lyckas släppa jobbet totalt under semestern.Hon ser helt enkelt till att auto-radera deras mejlkorgar med hjälp av verktyget “Thrive away”.“Det hela är väldigt enkelt.När du är på semester får folk ett mejl som säger vilket datum du kommer tillbaka.
The chinese capital has I am overwhelmed with so many bikes that it has become a security risk.Beijing is the latest city in China to introduce a stop for more bikes to be placed out of sharing services, reports Technode.the Decision is taken by the to the capital, I am overwhelmed with so many bikes that the transport capacity has reached a bristgräns at the same time as security risks have arisen.Similar problems have also been noted in other chinese cities, and Beijing is the twelfth city to introduce a ban for more new bikes.According to the official data has the fifteen largest companies in the cykeltjänster a total of 2.35 million bicycles in Beijing.The leading cykeltjänsterna Mobike Incompatible with the treaty. is also in Beijing and both have recently begun to expand abroad.
The smartest thing Debra Bednar-Clark has done for her career wasn't an internship, or a meeting, or an elevator pitch.Before starting her own company, career and leadership coaching firm DB+co, Bednar-Clark was the global head of strategy and growth at Facebook, and spent time as Microsoft's director of US market strategy and engagement."When I look back," she told Business Insider, "I think for a lot of my career I was in a tug of war between what I was supposed to do and who I actually am or aspire to be.Early in my career I was one of few female coders, and I felt compelled to really shut down the different sides of myself to fit in and earn the respect of my male colleagues.But what I realized is that when we're separating our personal self from our professional self, we're often leaving the best parts of who we are at the door when we walk into the office every day."Plus, she continued, "this fragmentation is self-limiting because you're ultimately just showing a one-dimensional version of yourself rather than all of the things that make you unique.
På tisdagen stod det klart att Aifloo, som med hjälp av artificiell intelligens vill tackla världens demografiska utmaningar, tar in omkring 50 miljoner kronor i en ny finansieringsrunda där riskkapitalbolaget EQT Ventures står för lejonparten."Jag tror Stockholm har stora möjligheter att bli ett centrum för AI i världen", säger Michael Collaros, vd och medgrundare av Aifloo.E-hälsobolaget Aifloo grundades 2015 av Michael Collaros, Felix Etzler och Anders Widgren och har som ambition att göra livet säkrare för äldre.För att lyckas med detta har man tagit fram ett uppkopplat armband och system som förstår rörelser och beteendemönster och larmar vid avvikelser som till exempel fall, frånvaro från sängen eller ändrade matvanor."Det vi har gjort är att digitalisera mänskliga beteenden och så använder vi deep learning för att titta på avvikelser i de här mönstren", säger Michael Collaros, vd och medgrundare av Aifloo.Läs mer: Länsförsäkringar investerar i trygghetsapp för äldre
We now exist an interesting interstitial moment, one defined by big corporations producing much of the innovation and some of the world’s richest companies – Apple, Amazon, Uber, Facebook – trying to solve big hairy problems.These are the problems that startups would have once solved but because they are so expensive – I’m talking about commercial VR, self-driving trucks, gene editing, and the like – there are no startups capitalized to tackle them.First, it means the frothy startup mania that defined this past decade – and was largely chronicled on this site – is going to slow for a while.Small companies could pull off upsets – Compaq and Microsoft leading the charge – but most of the heavy lifting was done by IBM, TI, and the other massive corporations.It also means that big companies will be tackling big problems with big money and it’s time for those selfsame companies to start doing these things in places outside of SF, London, and New York.Their continued revival is critical to the country’s ability to innovate and compete, create jobs and raise incomes and living standards.
Websites are — and will remain — vital beachheads for anyone trying to reach an audience on the web.And that means that the skills of a well trained, multi-faceted web designer will also remain in constant demand.For the past 15 years, Adobe’s suite of cutting-edge web design programs has become an industry standard for creative types looking to push the boundaries of web creation.Now, you can have the training to join those elite web designers with the Adobe Design Expert Package, only $44 (over 90 percent off) from TNW Deals.In all, you’ll get a full lineup of 20 courses covering different programs in Adobe’s creative arsenal.As you learn the basics and work out the capabilities of programs like Photoshop, After Effects, Dreamweaver, Illustrator and more, you’ll start to see how all those pieces work together to assemble websites that can do virtually anything you want.
But deciding to invest government money in game startups isn’t an easy decision.Our panel included Tanya Woods, general counsel and vice president of policy for the Entertainment Software Association of Canada; Kim Gibson, head of the Interactive Digital Media Fund for the Ontario Media Development Corp.; Yves Bordelau, general manager of Montreal game studio Rogue Factor; and Jason Della Rocca, cofounder of Execution Labs.It’s a very dynamic, very diverse industry.It runs the gamut across all types of games, platforms, and genres.Woods: We have a prime minister who shows up at studios and actually takes part in learning to use the equipment.It’s important, when we look ahead at a global, digital economy—the games industry is very much a part of that.
Are you among the many people who believe that Bitcoin is the new gold?Are you looking for ways to use this as a means of boosting your business?Have you come to find that some of your competitors are already taking advantage of this?This may not be as simple as it sounds, but it could go a long way in giving your company a leg up on the competition.There are companies that are still stuck in the past.Their website looks like it was built in 1999.
Siri, Apple's röstassistent to IOS, has received a new highest person in charge.It is reported by Cult of Mac.The new boss is no one less than Craig Federighi – current responsible for IOS and Mac OS.He takes over after Eddy Cue, who now have new duties.Where Eddy will do in the future is not clear.the Change is not as startling as you might think.
Was it an early decision or a more recent event?I started my career in the financial services industry—with ten years in IT at Merrill Lynch.I decided to make marketing my main focus as the industry evolved to be more data and ROI driven.I love the ‘science' behind marketing—where decisions can be developed or changed based on data.Have you always been a marketer, or did you train for a different role prior to that (and if so, what?)?I've spent my career helping companies better align their technologies with customer needs and experiences.
You need more than a strict diet and a workout regimen to be this thin.Acer has worked its magic on the Aspire S24 all-in-one, sending it off to fat camp and not coming to collect until it achieved a barely-there 5.97mm side profile.A 90% screen to body ratio means your eyes will be instantly drawn to one of the most beautiful desktops we've ever seen.As much as you would like to just stare at it, though, it's still a desktop - not a piece of modern art.That means it needs to perform as brilliantly as it looks, which is where the 8th-gen Intel Core processor, 256 GB SSD and a 2TB HDD step up to the plate.We're still waiting on price, but we're betting you'll need a wedge of notes thicker than the machine itself.
Swarms of fire ants now just the second-nastiest thing floating around HoustonWith much of Houston, Texas, still under water from flooding caused by Hurricane Harvey, scammers are running robocall operations aimed at residents of the storm-ravaged area.US trade watchdog the FTC on Thursday issued an alert after receiving reports of a "flood insurance" scam targeting those in and around the American city."One thing we've learned at the Federal Trade Commission is that scams often follow the news – especially when there's a natural disaster, like Hurricane Harvey, in the headlines," the warning said.The robocalls claim that the target's flood insurance premiums are "past due," and in order to have any coverage for damages caused by Hurricane Harvey they need to make an immediate payment.The scam is a blatant attempt to capitalize on the panic of people in the area who have already lost much if not all of their possessions – and in some cases, pets and family members – to the flooding in parts of Texas and Louisiana.
En tydlig trend de senaste åren har varit att skapa förutsättningar för mobilt arbete och möjlighet att arbeta på distans.Många företag eftersträvar att erbjuda sina anställda detta, men vill samtidigt säkerställa att det inte påverkar det interna samarbetet och erfarenhetsutbytet negativt.En integrerad unified communications (uc)-lösning skapar naturligtvis värde i form av kostnadsbesparingar, men framför allt bidrar det till ett ökat affärsvärde i form av förbättrat internt samarbete samt ökad innovationsförmåga och effektivitet.Läs också: Är du smartare än en AI?Orsaken till det låga användandet uppges framför allt ligga i lösningarnas bristande användarvänlighet, tillförlitlighet och nätverksprestanda.Genom samarbeten med tjänsteleverantörer kan man möjliggöra integration mellan olika system vilket skapar enkelhet för användaren och underlättar nyttjandet av tjänsterna.
How well do you know the various designs for the Batmobile or the Teenage Mutant Ninja Turtle Party Wagon?When you're tasked with saving the world from both Nazis and alien invaders, you need the kind of motorcycle that will get you to your destination in one piece.In the infographic from Netent Stalker, a site that tracks online casinos and gaming, you can see a selection of Captain America's various motorcycles from 1979 to 2014 from the comics and movies.Batman depends on his trusty Batmobile to get him (and sometimes Robin) out of tough scrapes.The infographic offers a look at some of the many variations of the Batmobile, including the 1941 comics version all the way to the latest high-tech car as seen in the 2016 film "Batman v Superman: Dawn of Justice."Mister Fantastic (Reed Richards), Invisible Girl/Invisible Woman (Susan Storm), The Human Torch (Johnny Storm) and The Thing (Ben Grimm) may not agree on much, but the Fantastic Four all have to commute in the same superhero vehicle called the Fantasticar.
NetDragon Websoft, the mainland Chinese online gaming giant, returned to profit in the first half of this year on the back of the Hong Kong-listed company’s record high revenue posted in the quarter ended June 30.“Our games business brought robust growth as we executed our strategy to leverage our successful intellectual property,” said Liu Dejian, the founder and chairman of NetDragon, in a statement on Wednesday.NetDragon is the latest mainland internet company to record strong financial results from its video game operations in the past quarter, following those of Changyou.com, NetEase and Tencent Holdings.Research firm Newzoo recently forecast the global video games market to cross the US$100-billion mark this year, driven by the huge appetite for online and mobile content from the estimated 565 million gamers on the mainland.The mainland games market is predicted to be worth US$27.5 billion this year, making it the world’s leader as global market revenue hits US$109 billion from US$99.6 billion last year, according to Newzoo.Fuzhou-based NetDragon said in a regulatory filing on Wednesday that it recorded an interim net profit of 25.8 million yuan (US$3.9 million), compared with a 42.9 million yuan net loss in the same period last year.
Good things happen to those who wait I guess, so earlier today a first leak right from Weibo’s servers gave us a first look at the back side of the rumored Xiaomi Mi MIX 2 – at least according to the leakster.Obviously this hasn’t been confirmed so be careful while you read the following lines, OK?The leaked image comes – presumably- right from the supply chain and shows the back side of the upcoming Mi MIX 2 model, in white glossy color.We can see that it’s glossy so it could be ceramic coating on top of the back shell but if you take a good look at the bottom you will see 2 holes for screws and… there are no screws on ceramic parts.Perhaps then the device is made out of metal?What we do know however is that it has 2 camera lens holes (so it comes with a dual camera setup), another LED flash hole and a USB Type-C port at the bottom.
Stadium will livestream on Twitter 24 hours per day.—which announced an agreement Wednesday to livestream 15 college football games on Facebook—will offer live and on-demand games and events, highlights, classic games and original fare including daily live studio programming.Stadium will air several-hundred live games on its linear network and also give fans access to more than 2,500 college games, including football, basketball (men’s and women’s), lacrosse and volleyball from conferences such as the Mountain West Conference, West Coast ConferenceConference USA and Southern Conference.The network’s three signature studio shows are Inside the League, Campus Insiders and The Rally.Stadium also announced that it will introduce Stadium Plus—more than 500 exclusive live games, classic events and ad-free re-airs and video-on-demand content—“in the coming weeks,” for $4.99 per month.Anthony Noto said in a release announcing the agreement, “We’re excited to be a part of this innovative launch bringing Stadium’s 24/7 sports programming to Twitter.
Snap's lead initial public offering underwriter, Morgan Stanley, has gotten even more bearish on the stock.In a note to clients on Wednesday, the bank maintained its neutral rating of the company, but lowered its price target from $16 to $14."We believe Snap's core ad product is still lacking the performance (low click-through rates), measurability, and advertising return on investment to inflect ad dollar growth," Brian Nowak, an analyst at Morgan Stanley, wrote.Recently, the company has been focused on improving its advertising prowess.Snap released a new ad platform that makes it easier to buy and track ads and has added new locations for these ads like its new "Snap Maps" feature.While the company seems to be making the right moves, it isn't moving fast enough to meaningfully increase advertising revenue in the short term.
Dashcams normally point straight out your windscreen, keeping an eye out for bad drivers, phone-obsessed pedestrians or alien invasions.But the thing about driving is that stuff goes on all around you, not just straight ahead.Enter the Waylens Secure360, which records what’s going on inside the car as well.When you’ve parked up it’ll also function as a security camera for your motor, with either Wi-Fi (US$250) or 4G (US$350) onboard to send alerts to your phone if it spots something suspicious.Back it on Kickstarter now for a big discount (and before the aliens arrive).
Uber has made some changes to its driver experience as part of its ongoing “180 Days of Change” campaign.Uber introduced the 180-days effort in June, with its decision to finally add tipping to its app as the first in a series of changes designed to improve the driver experience and reduce turnover among that important user group.Now, Uber is adding a few new features, including trip type preferences, more driver destinations and long trip notifications.Already, Uber is seeing positive results from its 180-days program changes, including rapid uptake of its tipping option on the rider side.“This week, we’re going to hit $50 million dollars in tips for drivers,” explained Uber’s U.S. and Canada manager Rachel Holt.So we’re really, really excited just to see how well that feature has done in just a short period of time.”