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Friday, May 29, 2015
Primetime Remix
  • Can Exercise Really Make You Happier?
    Nearing 40, Dr. Wendy Suzuki had reached new heights in her career. An acclaimed neuroscientist, she ran her own successful research lab, held tenure at NYU, and had won numerous awards for her work. But when Suzuki went on a trip to celebrate her 40th birthday, she came face to face with an alarming reality. Despite her professional success, she wasn’t […]
  • Jadium – May 28
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  • Our Very-Oldest Oldsters
    Lawrence Hoffman in Norfolk, Virginia, writes:Could the increase in the age of the oldest-living humans be partly due to the large increase in population? (April 26, 2015) More people, more outliers!Marilyn responds:Possibly. But while more people would make outliers more numerous, more people wouldn’t necessarily make outliers more extreme in their “outlying” characteristic. View the original at Parade or […]
  • Nexus4 – May 28
    Nexus4 #54 To solve online, click the link below the puzzle. How to play The next Nexus4 will be posted 5/31 Solve online (thanks to J. Eric Ivancich) View the original at Parade or follow us on Twitter, Facebook or Google+
  • Numbrix 9 – May 28
    View the original at Parade or follow us on Twitter, Facebook or Google+
  • What Does it Take to Make a Movie? Wisdom from Effie Gray Producer Donald Rosenfeld
    When he was just a boy, one of the first movies that really stood out for Donald Rosenfeld was the epic World War II film, Bridge on the River Kwai. “My parents took me to the Cinerama in St. Louis where I grew up probably because there was no babysitter,” he recalls. In fact, many […]
  • Survivor Finalist Will Sims II Gives His Side Of The Shirin Saga
    Will Sims II promised to find sandwiches for his No Collar tribe as early as day one. And he fulfilled that promise in the form of a proverbial knuckle sandwich, as he voted each and every one of them out of Survivor: Worlds Apart. That aspect of Will’s game goes largely ignored when we talk […]
  • The Daily Cute: Baby, It’s Cute Outside
    I have to assume they call it the “Great Outdoors” because when you’re out there, you might end up seeing something incredibly cute. It’s definitely not because of pollen, or wintry-mix, or 90 percent humidity…launch the gallery to see some baby animals which make the outdoors great. Click here to see “Your Tuesday Twelve” and […]
  • 15 Memorable Celebrity Graduation Speeches
    On June 12, 2005, just one year after he was diagnosed with cancer, Steve Jobs delivered an inspiring, impassioned and candid commencement address to the graduating students at Stanford University. He talked about getting fired from Apple, finding the courage follow his dreams, and even how to live as fully as possible before dying. “Your […]
  • Robert De Niro's Colorful Commencement Wake Up Call
    Leave it to Oscar winner Robert De Niro to capture the attention of over 5,000 people filling Madison Square Garden Theater and keep them glued to his every word. Sure, he dropped the F-bomb out of the gate, but he had a point to make during last Friday's commencement speech at NYU's Tisch School of […]
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Can Exercise Really Make You Happier?
Nearing 40, Dr. Wendy Suzuki had reached new heights in her career. An acclaimed neuroscientist, she ran her own successful research lab, held tenure at NYU, and had won numerous awards for her work. But when Suzuki went on a trip to celebrate her 40th birthday, she came face to face with an alarming reality. Despite her professional success, she wasn’t […]
Jadium – May 28
__ __ 21 24 25 28 29 __ __ __ __ __ __ __ __ __ __ __ __ __ __ __ __ __ __ __ __ __ __ __ __ __ __ __ __ 38 __ __ __ __ __ __ __ __ __ 10 __ __ __ __ __ __ __ __ __ […]
Our Very-Oldest Oldsters
Lawrence Hoffman in Norfolk, Virginia, writes:Could the increase in the age of the oldest-living humans be partly due to the large increase in population? (April 26, 2015) More people, more outliers!Marilyn responds:Possibly. But while more people would make outliers more numerous, more people wouldn’t necessarily make outliers more extreme in their “outlying” characteristic. View the original at Parade or […]
Nexus4 – May 28
Nexus4 #54 To solve online, click the link below the puzzle. How to play The next Nexus4 will be posted 5/31 Solve online (thanks to J. Eric Ivancich) View the original at Parade or follow us on Twitter, Facebook or Google+
Numbrix 9 – May 28
View the original at Parade or follow us on Twitter, Facebook or Google+
What Does it Take to Make a Movie? Wisdom from Effie Gray Producer Donald Rosenfeld
When he was just a boy, one of the first movies that really stood out for Donald Rosenfeld was the epic World War II film, Bridge on the River Kwai. “My parents took me to the Cinerama in St. Louis where I grew up probably because there was no babysitter,” he recalls. In fact, many […]
Survivor Finalist Will Sims II Gives His Side Of The Shirin Saga
Will Sims II promised to find sandwiches for his No Collar tribe as early as day one. And he fulfilled that promise in the form of a proverbial knuckle sandwich, as he voted each and every one of them out of Survivor: Worlds Apart. That aspect of Will’s game goes largely ignored when we talk […]
The Daily Cute: Baby, It’s Cute Outside
I have to assume they call it the “Great Outdoors” because when you’re out there, you might end up seeing something incredibly cute. It’s definitely not because of pollen, or wintry-mix, or 90 percent humidity…launch the gallery to see some baby animals which make the outdoors great. Click here to see “Your Tuesday Twelve” and […]
15 Memorable Celebrity Graduation Speeches
On June 12, 2005, just one year after he was diagnosed with cancer, Steve Jobs delivered an inspiring, impassioned and candid commencement address to the graduating students at Stanford University. He talked about getting fired from Apple, finding the courage follow his dreams, and even how to live as fully as possible before dying. “Your […]
Robert De Niro's Colorful Commencement Wake Up Call
Leave it to Oscar winner Robert De Niro to capture the attention of over 5,000 people filling Madison Square Garden Theater and keep them glued to his every word. Sure, he dropped the F-bomb out of the gate, but he had a point to make during last Friday's commencement speech at NYU's Tisch School of […]
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  • Can Exercise Really Make You Happier?
    Nearing 40, Dr. Wendy Suzuki had reached new heights in her career. An acclaimed neuroscientist, she ran her own successful research lab, held tenure at NYU, and had won numerous awards for her work. But when Suzuki went on a trip to celebrate her 40th birthday, she came face to face with an alarming reality. Despite her professional success, she wasn’t […]
  • Jadium – May 28
    __ __ 21 24 25 28 29 __ __ __ __ __ __ __ __ __ __ __ __ __ __ __ __ __ __ __ __ __ __ __ __ __ __ __ __ 38 __ __ __ __ __ __ __ __ __ 10 __ __ __ __ __ __ __ __ __ […]
  • Our Very-Oldest Oldsters
    Lawrence Hoffman in Norfolk, Virginia, writes:Could the increase in the age of the oldest-living humans be partly due to the large increase in population? (April 26, 2015) More people, more outliers!Marilyn responds:Possibly. But while more people would make outliers more numerous, more people wouldn’t necessarily make outliers more extreme in their “outlying” characteristic. View the original at Parade or […]
  • Nexus4 – May 28
    Nexus4 #54 To solve online, click the link below the puzzle. How to play The next Nexus4 will be posted 5/31 Solve online (thanks to J. Eric Ivancich) View the original at Parade or follow us on Twitter, Facebook or Google+
  • Numbrix 9 – May 28
    View the original at Parade or follow us on Twitter, Facebook or Google+