Watch this video.
As you surf the Web, information is being collected about you. Web tracking is not 100% evil — personal data can make your browsing more efficient; cookies can help your favorite websites stay in business. But, says Gary Kovacs, it’s your right to know what data is being collected about you and how it affects your online life.
George Orwell was right.
Ever wonder about the artist who created “Where the Wild Things Are”? You’ll simply love this short documentary video.
HT – Barry Ritzholtz, Josh Spector
I stumbled upon the Leo Burnett advertising agency website while researching brands. Click the link to be taken to a short video and article summary of our challenges and opportunities in the year ahead. Embers of opportunity abound, little opportunities just waiting for someone to pick them.
Well worth a few minutes of your time.
“Economic life gets stronger not with bailouts, but with bankruptcies.
Evolution works not with bailouts — there are no bailouts in nature —
but with competition and natural selection.”
A big hat tip to the wonderful folks at Flying Solo where I first watched this stunning short clip.
Watch this clip. You will be inspired.
This is a nice little informational website from the NIH. The first video features a 77 year young woman who developed alcoholism late in life after a lung cancer diagnosis. She got up to a liter of wine daily when it became a problem.
Doctors should be cautious about prescribing statin drugs for primary prevention in people at low risk of cardiovascular events — because of shortcomings in the evidence to support such use, a Cochrane review warned.