Fortunately, in some ways it is easier today to care about others, because when we are on a videoconference with someone, we are usually looking right into their homes. There are family pictures on the wall behind them, random bits of sports gear stacked in the corner, a cat, dog, toddler, or teen strolling by in the background. What would Bill do? He wouldn’t ignore the passerby or prized pictures—he would ask about them. He would invite the kid into the videoconference and chat with them. How do they like attending school from home? Are they being nice to their parents? In fact, we could envision the home tour taking over the meeting with Bill, so curious was he about the whole person. … [Read more...] about What would Bill Campbell do?
Also new: An EDA (Electrodermal Activity) app that’s designed to detect stress. Basically, it’s a sweaty-hands detector—press your palm to the watch’s surface and it takes a reading. Coupled with factors such as your own self-assessment of your emotional state and the data the watch collects about your sleep patterns, Fitbit will calculate a Stress Management Score and provide advice for de-stressing if appropriate. … [Read more...] about Why Fitbit calls its newest wearable a ‘health smartwatch’
“While our commitment towards our valued employees remains unshakable, we are deeply desirous of skilling the unemployed youth of the country, as is evidenced by the fact that we are the only bank in the country which has onboarded Apprentices under the National Apprenticeship Scheme of Govt of India,” SBI said. … [Read more...] about Voluntary retirement scheme not intended for cutting workforce, says SBI
Paul, this is wrong. It started that very day. Across the country. And by our govt. Also pls read @valariekaur’s See No Stranger to learn abt the deadly wave of anti-Sikh violence (b/c the perpetrators didn’t know/care to know the difference bet Sikhs & Muslims) 9/11 unleashed. https://t.co/ocalnfY2UC … [Read more...] about New York Times writer Paul Krugman’s bad 9/11 tweets have united the country—against him