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The Modern Life Podcast Network was born in March of 2007. In its evolution, the interaction from the community and the content provided by all hosts has been an absolute amazing experience. Certainly, we have had great times and there have also been times I wish to forget, but with any adventure the good times always prevail. The network has evolved from just chit-chat conversation among three to worldwide distribution of audio and video content.
This weekend, we spring ahead. Our clocks that is. It means more hours in the sunlight, less hours in the darkness, and taking advantage of daylight hours. It signals that summer is on the way, but it also means the number of car crashes increases, more people have heart attacks and most people walk around feeling groggy for a couple days.
In its latest study, Care.com took a look at the data to find out where people spend the most money on hiring housekeepers — in other words, which cities have the most neat freaks.
Our cars don’t ask for much. It’s always there for you, getting you where you need to go. A little extra care this Valentine’s Day in the form of an oil change, tune-up and basic service is the perfect gift for the one who keeps you going
Humanscale started 2017 at CES as the only office furnishings company at the world’s largest technology tradeshow. The occasion marks an opportunity for Humanscale to look ahead at the future of the workplace and the role design, ergonomics, technology and sustainability will play in the evolution of the office. The designer and manufacturer tapped into five experts — all leading authorities in their respective fields — to share their predictions alongside thoughts of what they hope to see in the years ahead. Todd Bracher shared his insight as a prominent industrial designer in the office arena; Dr. Alan Hedge and Dr. Bethany Barone-Gibbs each weigh in with their findings in ergonomic research; Tome founder and CEO Jake Sigal imparts his perspective on the lasting impact of new technologies; and James Connelly, Living Product Challenge Director at the International Living Future Institute, reveals his forecast for the impact sustainable design is likely to achieve on the workspace in the coming years.