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The Earthquake Shuffle

This  week many of us had a surprise Lakeside shuffle dance. Not performers, but Lakeside itself.

Online addiction grabs your data & your sanity

I am now getting a news feed from my malware and virus protection app. An early news scoop warned, “Studies have shown there’s a clear link between time spent online and negative mental health outcomes.”

Trapped in plastic

In short, just about everything we touch from the moment we get out of bed is plastic, including, in some cases, the bed as well.

Longevity: what to learn from Gene Rummy

A 65-year-old or younger person today can expect to live another 19 to 21.5 years, on average, according to the U.S. Social Security Administration. A third of them will hit age 90 and some beyond age 95.