The business card is back, sort of

The business card is back, sort of

From time to time people say unexpected things in the comments section below this column, but one remark stood out the other day. It came from a reader demanding that something be done about the bad state of the business card. “I’m sick of being given all kinds of excuses by younger professionals at meetings … Read more

The Maharashtra Revenue Department is all set for a facelift with blockchain technology

The Maharashtra Revenue Department is all set for a facelift with blockchain technology

A government office with piles of documents scattered about and files gathering dust is a common sight. But the Maharashtra revenue department will not look like this in a few years as it is set for a transformation by adopting blockchain technology. This digital method of storing records on a business network will enable district … Read more

Heisman Watch: Blake Corum, Adrian Martinez on the rise

Heisman Watch: Blake Corum, Adrian Martinez on the rise

The Heisman Trophy race continues to change and evolve through Week 5 of the season. Ohio State quarterback C.J. Stroud was fine on Saturday, though not as dominant as he has been up to that point. Meanwhile, two other contenders, Alabama’s Bryce Young and Oklahoma’s Dylan Gabriel, have suffered injuries that throw some uncertainty into … Read more

New study reveals link between song order and rhythmic timing – ScienceDaily

New study reveals link between song order and rhythmic timing – ScienceDaily

An international collaboration between musicians and bird song scientists found that in the surveyed songs of the Australian pied butcher, the order of song elements is strongly related to rhythmic timing. In a study published today on Australian spotted butcher birds in Royal Society Open Science, the researchers found that the order of their song … Read more

New data reveals major impact of European contact with Pacific islands — ScienceDaily

New study reveals link between song order and rhythmic timing – ScienceDaily

Pacific island nations suffered severe depopulation from introduced diseases as a result of contact with European ships, new research from the Australian National University (ANU) shows. The study, published in Journal of Archaeological Scienceshows that the population decline is much greater than previously thought. According to the study, the main island of Tonga experienced a … Read more

Exploration of Jupiter’s moon Europa possible with silicon-germanium transistor technology – ScienceDaily

New study reveals link between song order and rhythmic timing – ScienceDaily

Europa is more than just one of Jupiter’s many moons—it’s also one of the most promising places in the Solar System to search for extraterrestrial life. Beneath 10 kilometers of ice, there is a liquid water ocean that can support life. But with surface temperatures of -180 Celsius and extreme radiation levels, it’s also one … Read more