Why Smart People Are Better Off With Fewer Friends

Smart people are better off with fewer friends. Researchers found that the more social interactions with close friends a person has, the greater their self-reported happiness. Researchers believe this is true because smart people are less likely to spend so much time socializing because they are focused on some other longer term objective. (Washington Post)

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Manager, job applicant nab thief at fast-food restaurant; (BONUS) He got the job

A job interview was in progress when a thief grabbed cash from the till at a fast food restaurant. The manager conducting the interview then blocked the door, and the applicant grabbed the thief's arms. Eighteen-year-old Devin Washington got the robber — and the job — at a Popeyes Famous Fried Chicken restaurant in eastern [...]

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How to send an e-mail in 1984

So. Many. Wires. A video was recently unearthed by Thames TV from a British tech show called Database. It’s essentially a techie time capsule to show kids what it was like back in the olden days of computing. Originally aired in 1984, the year the first Macintosh computer was released, the video is the ultimate [...]

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