While you are in your turkey-tryptophan-induced state of (peace-of-) mind, we thought we’d include you in our insights of the price people generally are comfortable paying for peace-of-mind.
According to Wikipedia, the earliest known use of “Black Friday” to refer to the day after Thanksgiving occurred in the journal, Factory Management and Maintenance (I can’t say I subscribe), for November 1951 and again in 1952.
One of the better sci-fi franchises of all time is the Terminator movies, which is basically an 80s retread of the old Frankenstein horror tale. One of the best things about these movies is how prescient they now seem about technology. Yes, the movies got a lot wrong too. According to first installment in 1984, […]
Even though the Internet as we know it has only been around 35 years or so, it has a long memory. For those old enough to have lived a portion of their lives pre-internet, you are probably very thankful that some of the things you said and did when you were much younger (and more […]
Last week we highlighted two of the top five e-security human errors that can cause pain for professionals, so we’re here now to finish out the list. As you may recall, there are some mistakes that can be forgiven in the workplace (although microwaving leftover fish at 10 am is fairly borderline). However, there are those […]