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About themacmind

Trying to stay creative in an often boring world (one post at a time)

Eventbrite CEO On The Transformative Power of Human Connection And Why Self-Doubt Is A Waste Of Time

Photographer: Stefan Weiland Photographer: Stefan Weiland </div> </div> <p>If you’ve ever wondered what it would be like to run &nbsp;a company that has done &nbsp;billions in sales, employs hundreds of people, or operates globally, there’s something in this interview … Continue reading

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Ten Things You Deserve From Your Job — Are You Getting Them?

Dear Liz, I started my job in April. I really wanted to stay here for two or three years (or more) but I can’t see how my job is going to get any better than it is right now. I’m … Continue reading

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5 Most Popular Psychology Studies Of February 2018

The attachment styles that damage relationships, alcohol, cannabis and brain health, Alzheimer’s reversed, and more… Below are the five most popular articles from February 2018 on PsyBlog Click the links for more on each study. 1. Two attachment styles that … Continue reading

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5 of the most important skills data analysts can learn using Microsoft programs

5 of the most important skills data analysts can learn using Microsoft programs Image: Pixabay By TEAM COMMERCEMashable Deals2018-02-03 13:00:00 UTC Are you the type of person who flaunts their Excel and Powerpoint skills at every opportunity? Microsoft’s Office Suite … Continue reading

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Uber CEO slams MIT after study on ride-hailing minimum wages

$3.37.  That’s the meager median wage Uber and Lyft drivers make per hour, according to a paper published by MIT’s Center for Energy and Environmental Policy Research that surveyed over 1,000 drivers in the United States.  The study made headlines … Continue reading

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This company transforms old shipping containers into heated swimming pools

https://mashable.com/videos/embed?video=wNj1_NQwjgs&player=default ‘Modpools‘ is a Canadian company that will literally drop a high-tech container pool into your backyard. All you have to do is lay the foundation and wait for the water to fill up — and you’ve got yourself a … Continue reading

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Study reveals molecular mechanisms of memory formation

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