Shanna PeeplesMaybe you're good just like you are. That's one takeaway from this New Yorker piece: "We are being sold on the need to upgrade all parts See moreof ourselves, all at once, including parts that we did not previously know needed upgrading. There is a great deal of money to be made by those who diagnose and treat our fears of inadequacy; Cederström and Spicer estimate that the self-improvement industry takes in ten billion dollars a year. The good life may have sufficed for Plato and Aristotle, but it is no longer enough. “We are under pressure to show that we know how to lead the perfect life,” Cederström and Spicer write."
Addressing 1,500 attendees at its Jamf Nation User Conference, Jamf CEO Dean Hager announced an October 31 general availability of Jamf Pro 10, the latest version of the company's enterprise device management suite for Macs, iOS devices and Apple TV.
Like many of you I make my money working from home. Despite having daily contact with my clients sometimes it’s tough; loneliness can creep in and before you know it you can be overcome with feelings of isolation. I’m sure I’m not the only
For the past three years, the British startup Kano has tried to change the relationship kids have with their computers. The company makes a colorful do-it-yourself kit that requires youngsters to build a computer from scratch and then sees them off on a series
Behavioral economist Dan Ariely, the author of Predictably Irrational, uses classic visual illusions and his own counterintuitive (and sometimes shocking) research findings to show how we're not as rational as we think when we make decisions.