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The smart technology turning China’s illiterate late bloomers into digital natives

One of the biggest barriers is illiteracy, particularly among older generations. But technology is also helping some people overcome their lack of formal education to be a part of the digital revoluti... read more

Use of technology in investing still eludes millennials—broker

THE stock brokerage arm of the Metrobank Group said millennials lag behind baby boomers and Gen X in terms of financial literacy. In a statement released late ... or form. Digital natives is a term at... read more

The Dunning-Kruger Effect: Are the Stupid Too Stupid to Realize They’re Stupid?

It’s not just your imagination. This is a genuine cognitive bias called the Dunning-Kruger Effect. The Dunning-Kruger experiments behind the research focused on cognitive tasks (logic, grammar, and ev... read more

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Trump Is No Match for the First Amendment

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Ignore IQ Tests: Your Level of Intelligence Is Not Fixed for Life

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Look for tree frogs in the Pine Barrens on June 16

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Intel Vets Challenge ‘Russia Hack’ Evidence

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Port of Darwin: This is about more than China's economic interest

China already completely dominates the infrastructure sphere and thus the economies of Laos and Cambodia, and Malaysia is swiftly following into that camp. This economic control is a precursor and nec... read more

Shitholers of the World Are Making America Great

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Bill Nye: creationism is bad for children

Young-Earth creationism is wrong. The Universe is old. However, I’ll disagree with Bill over one thing, and I’ll throw Neil Tyson into the mix too. First, here’s something Neil said about adults, chil... read more

Rummage, bake sale planned

WAYNE TWP. – Wurtemburg Presbyterian Church, 291 Wurtemburg Road, Wayne Township, will have a rummage sale and bake sale from 9 a.m. to 4 p.m. April 18 and from 9 a.m. to 1 p.m. April 19, which will a... read more

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