As far back as the late 1990s, children between the ages of 3 and 5 years old were averaging two and a half hours per day with their screens. And, naturally, what screen time rules families had been enforcing have been on hold since at least mid-March 2020, when most U.S. communities entered an era of social distancing. … [Read more...] about Kids are spending more hours on screens than ever. Should parents worry?
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Once we take price out of the equation, we’re actually not very good at discriminating between the quality of goods or services. Imagine that you’re at the store and standing in front of a shelf of red wine, but none of the bottles have price tags. Only those of us who happen to be expertly trained would possibly be able to figure out the actual quality of each bottle. … [Read more...] about Free offers are everywhere these days. But what are you sacrificing to these quick fixes?
Telangana and Jharkhand have reported nine fatalities each followed by Haryana with eight deaths, Assam, Punjab and Rajasthan six each, Odisha five, Goa and Uttarakhand two each while Kerala, Puducherry, Tripura and Chandigarh have registered a fatality each. … [Read more...] about 1,129 deaths in 24 hours due to COVID-19, India records one lakh cases in 3 days
Another benefit is that problems are often solved along the way, saving a leader’s time. “For example, in your Wednesday team meeting you might hear, ‘This problem came up on Monday, we discussed it as a team on Tuesday, and here’s the solution we’d like to go with,'” says Vohra. “By the time things reach me, they usually arrive with a solution.” … [Read more...] about This scheduling strategy can save you hours per week
The history of design for gamers Gaming is begging for a high-design makeover, and it has been for well over a decade. But gamers are a different breed from Herman Miller’s normal customer who appreciates good design and is willing to pay a premium for it. Gamers still live in an industrial design aesthetic born in the mid aughts—and frankly, it can be pretty tacky. They build PCs with acrylic cases and rainbow colored glowing lights to show off the processors inside and make them glimmer. They opt for headsets that are chunky and superfluously mechanical. … [Read more...] about Herman Miller’s newest office chair is built for your off hours