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Japan: The Grateful Generation

People may be familiar with the term “The Greatest Generation,” now almost past, who fought World War II and rebuilt America in the shadow of the Great Depression. Now there is “The Grateful Generation” — those who were touched by “The Greatest Generation,” their kindness and love in rebuilding the world after World War II. […]

Huge distrust in government statistics, especially among Republicans

President Trump has repeatedly referred to the unemployment rate as “totally fiction,” “phony” and a “hoax.” It looks as though that distrust in the credibility of federal statistics extends far beyond the White House. A new YouGov survey finds that disbelief in official government data is widespread — and especially common among Republicans. Source: YouGov survey […]

GOOD ENOUGH IS GREAT by Susan Fishman

Author Susan Fishman empowers parents to believe they don’t have to be all things to all people at all times. Because real life requires compromise, and knowing that sometimes “Good Enough IS Great.” “If it’s taken care of – the kids are fed, clothed, safe and loved (not necessarily in that order) – sometimes that’s […]

University of Michigan students develop free food allergy app

Associated Press 6:49 p.m. ET March 25, 2017 An online project created by students at the University of Michigan aims to make life easier for people with food allergies and special diets.(Photo: piotr_malczyk, Getty Images/iStockphoto) An online project created by students at the University of Michigan aims to make life easier for people with food […]

SAS, Canonical turn silly over open source

Roughly 26 years after Linux pushed open source into mainstream enterprise adoption, we’re still debating how big a role open source should play — at least, some people are. Developers aren’t in that group: Open source has become part of the “furniture” for them, essential to data infrastructure (Hadoop, Spark, and so on), mobile (Android), […]

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