Published 9:42 pm PDT, Friday, September 13, 2019 Man and woman thinking about housing Man and woman thinking about housing Photo: Takasuu / Getty Images/iStockphoto Photo: Takasuu / Getty Images/iStockphoto Image 1 of / 1 Caption Close Image 1 of 1 Man and woman thinking about housing Man and woman thinking about housing Photo: Takasuu / Getty Images/iStockphoto Sound Off: Why is having a buyer broker agreement so important? 1 / 1 Back to Gallery Q: "Why is having a buyer broker agreement so important?" A: Many buyers don’t use a buyer broker agreement when partnering with an agent, but it ensures both buyer and Realtor are aligned in the buyer's best interest. Some buyers … [Read more...] about Sound Off: Why is having a buyer broker agreement so important?
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I’m left handed, which means I’ve spent my entire life fumbling with scissors, wiping ink smudges from my pinky finger, and thumbing through magazines backwards. I’ve always accepted that being left handed comes with certain challenges, but there’s one thing about the condition that has always perplexed me: Why are we lefties so damn rare? It turns out, a plausible answer may be found in evolutionary theory. After googling a number of left-handed factoids in anticipation of International Left-Handers Day, which is today, I stumbled across a fascinating TED-Ed lesson from Daniel M. Abrams, which adeptly breaks down a mathematical explanation for why the rate of left-handed people has remained steady—about 10% of the population—for the last 500,000 years. The reason boils down to two words, “competition” and “cooperation,” and how the balance between those forces plays out in human societies. Let’s start with … [Read more...] about Why is left-handedness so rare? It comes down to these 2 words
Dave Johnson, provided by Published 3:33 pm CDT, Friday, April 12, 2019 Apple Your iPad shouldn't slow down in the same way an aging Windows PC slows down, but it might still suffer from sluggish behavior occasionally. There a handful of things you can test to get it running at full speed. The most likely culprit is a misbehaving app — you can close apps one at a time to see if that solves your problem. One thing you should not do is routinely close apps manually. This can actually be counterproductive, since the iPad's operating system is optimized to manage apps in the background for you. Visit BusinessInsider.com for more stories. A common complaint among PC users is that their computer seems to slow down over time. And traditionally, there's a good explanation for that: Windows has a tendency to get bloated as new software continuously bogs down the Registry. You might not expect an iPad to suffer the same sort of sluggishness, but in reality, a number of … [Read more...] about ‘Why is my iPad so slow?’: How to get your iPad running smoothly again
Sections SEARCH Skip to content Skip to site index Style Subscribe Log In Log In Today’s Paper Style | Why Is Silicon Valley So Obsessed With the Virtue of Suffering? Advertisement Supported by Noted The Stoics and friends continue to be the dominant thought leaders from Google to Apple — and a new entrepreneur lobbying firm has even named itself Cicero. ByNellie Bowles March 26, 2019 The wealthy of Silicon Valley ought to be living their very best lives right now. John Doerr, an early Amazon and Google investor, calls their moment “the greatest legal accumulation of wealth in history.” And yet, the people of Silicon Valley seem determined to make themselves miserable. They sit in painful, silent meditations for weeks on end. They starve for days — on purpose. Cold morning showers are a bragging right. Notoriety is a badge of So the most helpful clues to understanding Silicon … [Read more...] about Why Is Silicon Valley So Obsessed With the Virtue of Suffering?
I am a 31-year-old, self-employed marketing executive who earlier this year received the shocking diagnosis that I am terminally ill with cervical cancer. I have a small pension fund with Aegon, which I had hoped could be made available to me. I first inquired about withdrawing my money from this fund four months ago. I returned the company’s completed application form two-and-a-half months ago and, despite several phone calls to find out what was happening, have still not received my money. Is there anything you can do to speed up Aegon? Time is not on my side and I am struggling to continue to work while receiving treatment. This is so frustrating. I do not have the energy to fight this alone. ... To continue reading this article Start your free trial of Premium Access all Premium articles Subscriber-only events Cancel any time Free for 30 days then only £2 per week Try Premium Access one Premium article per week Register … [Read more...] about ’31 years old with terminal cancer, so why is Aegon taking so long to cash in my ill health pension?’