Senators aim to block tech giants from prioritizing their own products over rivals' https://www.washingtonpost.com/technology/2021/10/14/klobuchar-grassley-antitrust-bill/
Money. Everyone has to deal with it in some way, shape, or form, but not everyone has the same relationship to it. For some, it represents status, stability, and power; for others, it is a means to an end or a proxy for something else — obligation, freedom, expectation, or success. As Rebecca Johnson, a … Continue reading 15 Quotes on the True Meaning of Wealth
Beyoncé Knowles has wowed the world with her musical gifts and business prowess for decades, breaking numerous music industry records along the way. Passionate and hardworking, Queen B is a chart-topping performer, entrepreneur, and mother of three whose powerful vocals, singular talent, and trademark confidence continue to set her apart. Beyoncé began singing in local … Continue reading ‘I Run My World’: 17 Empowering Beyoncé Quotes
The last words of great men and women have long been recorded for posterity. Whether sad, inspiring, or witty, these final utterances can certainly make their mark — they serve as a final sign-off, a way to leave the world with one last flourish. Unfortunately, last words are notoriously dubious when it comes to their … Continue reading Famous Last Words That Were Never Actually Said
https://www.washingtonpost.com/opinions/2021/10/13/we-should-not-have-guess-why-americans-are-quitting-en-masse/?utm_campaign=wp_for_you&utm_medium=email&utm_source=newsletter&wpisrc=nl_personalizedforyou&utm_content=readinghistory__position1 A sign outside a restaurant in the East Flatbush neighborhood of Brooklyn on March 29. (Bloomberg News) Opinion by Jennifer RubinColumnistYesterday at 10:00 a.m. EDT1560 Something is happening in the workforce. In April, some 4 million Americans quit their jobs. August topped this figure, with 4.3 million quitting their jobs. Labor churn is not necessarily a bad thing, but it … Continue reading Opinion: We should not have to guess why Americans are quitting en masse
Plug-in cars are the future. The grid isn’t ready. By 2035, the chief automakers will have turned away from the internal combustion engine. It’ll be up to the grid to fuel all those new cars, trucks and buses. https://www.washingtonpost.com/business/2021/10/13/electric-vehicles-grid-upgrade/?utm_campaign=wp_post_most&utm_medium=email&utm_source=newsletter&wpisrc=nl_most&carta-url=https%3A%2F%2Fs2.washingtonpost.com%2Fcar-ln-tr%2F34f6bbe%2F616705f99d2fda9d410d13a5%2F61658608ade4e2472db2b4d3%2F8%2F70%2F616705f99d2fda9d410d13a5
“The most wisdom per word of any newsletter on the web.” 3-2-1: The antidote to a bad day, teaching, and the healing power of story read on JAMESCLEAR.COM | OCTOBER 7, 2021 Happy 3-2-1 Thursday, Here are 3 ideas, 2 quotes, and 1 question to consider this week... 3 Ideas From Me I. "There is a … Continue reading JAMES CLEAR NEWSLETTER
Avoiding the Diplomatic Errors That Doomed the U.S. Withdrawal https://www.foreignaffairs.com/articles/afghanistan/2021-09-20/how-america-should-deal-taliban?utm_medium=newsletters&utm_source=fatoday&utm_campaign=Order%20Before%20Peace&utm_content=20211013&utm_term=FA%20Today%20-%20112017
I'm over the moon! Don't look a gift horse in the mouth. Turnabout is fair play. What do all of these sentences have in common? They're examples of idioms. An idiom is a phrase that can’t be understood just by looking at the individual meanings of the words. Idioms are an example of figurative language, … Continue reading What Is an Idiom?
Tokyo’s Failure to Welcome Foreign Capital Is Hobbling Its Economy https://www.foreignaffairs.com/articles/japan/2021-10-13/why-nobody-invests-japan?utm_medium=newsletters&utm_source=fatoday&utm_campaign=Order%20Before%20Peace&utm_content=20211013&utm_term=FA%20Today%20-%20112017
SPONSORED BY THE THUNDERBIRD SCHOOL OF GLOBAL MANAGEMENT AT ASU 1 Return to the past. Since taking power in Afghanistan, the Taliban have imposed law-and-order policies derived from the 7th century. The brutality of their punishments is incomparable, FP’s Anchal Vohra writes. 2 Shifting into space. India is opening its space sector to private companies and new allies—a move … Continue reading FP Newsletter: Editor’s Pick
TODAY'S STORY Productivity, mental, and physical health at risk because of air quality Thu Sep 16 We're now indoors 90% of the time, relying on indoor ventilation to clean and circulate air — but is that good enough? A new study says not, revealing how poor indoor air quality degrades our cognitive abilities, making it harder … Continue reading via: Newsletter: Below the fold…
This is Brain Pickings midweek pick-me-up, drawn from my fifteen-year archive of ideas unblunted by time, resurfaced as timeless nourishment for heart, mind, and spirit. (If you don't yet subscribe to the standard Sunday newsletter of new pieces published each week, you can sign up here — it's free.) If you missed last week's archival resurrection — May Sarton … Continue reading My fav newsletters: Brain Pickings..
10 Weirdest Feuds in Music History by Patrick Welsh fact checked by Rachel Jones Even more than most artists, musicians can be a fickle bunch. Whether out of rivalry, jealousy, entitlement, or insecurity, famous musicians tend to drum up a lot of drama. As long as there have been popular musicians, they’ve been quick to throw shade … Continue reading 10 Weirdest Feuds in Music History
Press Information Bureau Government of India •COVID-19 Vaccination Update - Day 271 •Green Grids Initiative-One Sun One World One Grid Northwest Europe Cooperative Event •Fact Sheet: Delhi Power Supply Position •India Post celebrates Philately day as part of National Postal Week and Azadi ka Amrit Mahotsav celebrations •COVID-19 UPDATE •Million+ for DD Chandana, Southern Boost … Continue reading Requested Ministry-wise PIB releases.