‘Game Of Thrones’ finishes up Season 6 with one of the strongest episodes of the show so far.
Mesty Ariotedjo is studying pediatrics while working full-time at a hospital in Jakarta. Amid all that, last year she started a foundation that raises money for Indonesians too poor to pay for healthcare. She was inspired to launch it after working in 2012 with sick people in Flores, an Indonesian island where British nonprofit SOS Children’s Villages estimated 33% of people lack access to healthcare. Hospital beds are few, Ariotedjo recalls, yet accidents, strokes and malnutrition among children are rampant.
If you’re going to rent a jet ski, do everyone—including yourself—a favor and only use it where it is safe to do so. One doesn’t need to be a maritime expert to know that “directly next to a huge bank of rocks” will NOT appear on such a list of safe locales.
Even though it is a slow-dying form of communication, the landline still has yet to go the way of the VHS tape or 8-track player. Now, one company’s unique product might breathe new life into wired communication…by allowing you to take your personal landline anywhere.
Edward Snowden’s Strangely Free Life – As a Robot
For a man accused of espionage and effectively exiled in Russia, Edward Snowden is also, strangely, free.
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You may not know this, but on-time delivery at expected performance with 5G is being determined right now in engineering labs across the globe. This is true even though end user deployments won’t be for another three to four years. You see, the ground is being laid right now with manufacturers, operators and standards bodies. With 5G being so far away, there is still time for companies like Ericsson, Huawei, Intel, Nokia, Qualcomm and Samsung Electronics to stake their claims on 5G. Qualcomm, at Mobile World Congress Shanghai, will be showing the first (to my knowledge) public demonstration of 5G NR at sub-6 GHz in a prototype platform for development and testing. This may not sound like a big deal, but it is. Let me explain with some background first.
In the era of internet dominated business, virtual communication, and shifting economic landscapes, hiring the right people has never been more crucial. Use these three hiring lessons as you build your team in the ever-changing twenty-first century.