Her 66-year-old husband was complaining of aches and cough and when Harsha Jain* shared the symptoms with the family physician, he said it could be coronavirus. “I panicked because my entire family would have suffered. I consulted my astrologer who helped me with a ruby--the stone is meant for good health. My husband's final report says he is not corona positive," the Mumbai resident said. … [Read more...] about What do the stars foretell? Boom for astrologers due to virus
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Further, Pixel 4a is said to have a 5.81-inch Full HD+ display without 90Hz refresh rate. With the 3,080 mAh battery, skipping high refresh rate could be a good decision. Under the hood, the Pixel 4a will come with a Qualcomm Snapdragon 730G processor and 6GB RAM.Moneycontrol Ready Reckoner … [Read more...] about Google Pixel 4a could launch in the first week of June: Report
In addition to outdoor air pollution penetrating indoors, we also have indoor sources of air pollution. After we trapped ourselves in these airtight chambers and became appalled at the odors we started to notice, we started to use sprays, candles, and scented cleaners to make that stuffy indoor air smell just a bit better, without realizing that those sprays can create a whole other set of attacks on our health. And then we doused ourselves in underarm deodorant, cologne, perfume, and scented shampoo so we would smell good in all of these stuffy boxes we created. Not to mention all the building materials and furniture that off-gas pollutants into our sealed-box homes and offices. There are all sorts of potential indoor contaminants, some of which you may be familiar with, and some of which you probably haven’t thought much about. … [Read more...] about We spend 90% of our time inside—why don’t we care that indoor air is so polluted?
The lack of trust also shows in the response to our solutions—skepticism was rooted in part because of the undercurrent of distrust. Our desire to fix the problem was perceived through a cloud of distrust. Mostly, we needed to mature as a culture and company—we needed to internalize the position we held with customers. Following ILOVEYOU, after a few more viruses that attacked Windows and SQL, Microsoft really came together and a new culture of security and reliability was created. The Trustworthy Computing memo from Bill, the use of error reporting and recovery, and even the company’s seamless handling of Y2K just months earlier were all steps in Microsoft’s maturing culture—we began to internalize our place with customers and the market, a position that seemed obvious to everyone else. … [Read more...] about Steven Sinofsky lived Microsoft history. Now he’s writing it