What is going on? The New Year has barely begun, and all of a sudden, the pandemic narrative is over. Politicians are ending the mandates and allowing citizens to breathe again, and fall around freely. Have we averted the crisis, or is this show of relief too good to be true? More from Computing Forever.
It’s that time of year when we begin thinking about improving our lives. Unfortunately, the resolutions that we bind ourselves to on January 1, are doomed to fail. Research reveals that only 8 percent of people stick with their New Year’s resolutions through the end of the year. The problem could be blamed on a misconception. The misconception is thinking you have to go big, becoming over-ambitious and not sticking to your goals. The truth is, you’re better off picking small targets you can hit consistently. Here’s more from Veritasium.ARVE Error: need id and provider
As we reflect on 2015, we wish our readers peace, harmony and love, and offer a big hug for their wholehearted support. In the spirit of of the holiday season, please enjoy the following musical blog by prolific singer-songwriter, Enya. Merry Christmas and Happy New year! And in the words of Wild Bill–May America Bless God, Again.ARVE Error: need id and provider
Ever wondered what fireworks would look like in reverse? New Year’s Eve Fireworks at Docklands, Melbourne 2012. H/T IMAOARVE Error: need id and provider
Jeff Wysaski from Pleated Jeans wishes all a happy and prosperous New Year.ARVE Error: need id and provider
Well kids, another year is upon us. Are you going to try to lose weight? Be nicer to your coworkers? Stop watching reality TV? What ever your resolutions are, you should still party it up on January 1, 2013. H/T Next Media AnimationARVE Error: need id and provider
2012 in review, from the perspective of an educated gorilla! Happy New Year, and make sure you don’t mess things up!ARVE Error: need id and provider
If you thought New Year’s celebrations were universal around the world, think again. Muslim clerics in Kyrgyzstan, a former Soviet republic, have issued a fatwa calling for a ban on New Year’s parties. The clerics believe the holiday is not related to Islam and the whole thing is just too expensive.ARVE Error: need id and provider