Supernova in M 82 observed by UCL’s University of London Observatory. Top: the galaxy on 10 December 2013. Bottom: the same galaxy at 19:20 UT on 21 Jan 2014, with the supernova labelled.
It’s a long shot but there is a chance a Sheffielder will reach Mars and colonise it!
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It’s easy to think of happiness as a result, but happiness is also a driver.
One example: While I’m definitely into finding ways to improve personal productivity (whether a one-day burst, or a lifetime, or things you should not do every day), probably the best way to be more productive is to just be happier. Happy people accomplish more.
Easier said than done though, right?
Actually, many changes are easy. Here are 10 science-based ways to be happier from Belle Beth Cooper, Content Crafter at Buffer, the social media management tool that lets you schedule, automate, and analyze social media updates.
1. Exercise: 7 Minutes Could Be Enough
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Instead of Coin pulling a Netflix, it’s the duopoly Visa and MasterCard transforming the current credit and debit card.
It’s solving a non-existent problem: In the UK magnetic swipe is already obsolete. My credit and debit/ATM card are now a smartcard. And last year they’ve put NFC in. So no swiping ever.
But there is bigger lesson – which is that a retailer without a substantial online presence, including mobile, is on a fast road to obsolescence.
BBC’s Robert Peston on retailer profits.
Seems to be a well d-oh moment, but only realised now by Morrisons. Tesco started online groceries more than a decade ago.
It seems everyone wants a cover photo nowadays. When did the Internet becomes a photo gallery?
So I got one from my backyard one morning.
Transferring £200 from UK to Indonesia is still cheaper on Azimo than using Bitcoins.
Here are the numbers (on 4 Jan 2014):