Technology is taking away jobs faster than you think

NEW DELHI: Future is here. The fear that automation and artificial intelligence will reduce jobs is coming alive sooner than many would have thought. The software services industry will create fewer tech jobs this year. The reason is that Indian IT companies now entrust entry-level coding roles to machines and migrate to just-in-time hiring of engineers. According to Nasscom, early indications from the industry show that it will create 2.50…

Read More >>

The FDA just approved a drug to treat smallpox in case of a bioterrorism attack — here’s why that scenario is so scary

REUTERS/Havakuk Levison The FDA just approved a drug that could be used to treat smallpox. The disease was officially eradicated in 1980, but experts are concerned that people could re-create smallpox and use it as a biological weapon. Infectious disease researchers and bioterror experts say the world is unprepared for the emergence or release of a pandemic disease. On any list of the most devastating diseases humanity has ever had…

Read More >>

A seashell garden path – is it the best and most attractive option?

A seashell garden path is probably the most environmentally friendly path option you can choose. It’s relatively cheap and you can lay it yourself. And it’s not just for ‘seaside gardens’, either. A seashell garden path made from cockle shell mulch in garden maker, Posy Gentles’ garden. The shells are a by-product of the shellfish industry, so you’re immediately recycling. And, like gravel, shell mulches allow rainwater to drain into…

Read More >>

BBC London Radio Jo Good interviews our editor about The Wonderful World of Dance Magazine – Beautiful Ballet Dance Magazine – Interviews, Podcasts, Reviews – The Wonderful World of Dance

BBC London Radio host Jo Good is a former dancer and avid dance lover. After a successful stage career she has forged a high profile career on London’s airwaves. Jo Good invited our editor, Savannah Saunders, to join the popular radio show to talk about the new and exciting launch of The Wonderful World of Dance magazine. Listen to Jo Good asking Savannah about how she turned her passion into…

Read More >>

LondonHouse Views

When I travel, one of my top priorities is to find a hotel with a photogenic view. Anytime I can get a room on an upper floor with a great cityscape, I’m a happy traveler. So when Curio – A Collection by Hilton contacted me about a complimentary staycation at their newest property, LondonHouse Chicago, I turned into a happy staycationer. Truth be told, this is technically a sponsored post since Curio hooked me up with a…

Read More >>

Saturday cable ratings: ‘Ghost Adventures’ ticks up, NASCAR lands high

It was a busy night of live sports broadcasts in the Saturday cable ratings this week. While A&E’s “Live PD” climbed back to the top spot of the night with a 0.6 rating in adults 18-49, the NBC Sports Network’s coverage of the NASCAR Quaker State 400 race followed closely behind. The race’s broadcast raked in a 0.4 with 2.26 million viewers on the network. Elsewhere, ESPN’s morning Wimbledon coverage scored…

Read More >>

Here’s Exactly Where To Focus This Cancer Season, Based On Your Zodiac Sign

Jernej Graj / Unsplash Aries (March 21-April 19) With your ruling planet of Mars in retrograde and the prevalence of Cancer’s water to cool your fire, this isn’t the best time to be doing anything bold or life-altering. Focus your attention at home, where emotions may be running high and constantly in flux through this season. Taurus (April 20-May 20) You may be feeling a bit off from your norm…

Read More >>

Sarah Palin Claims ‘Evil’ Sacha Baron Cohen Duped Her into an Interview by Posing as a Disabled Vet

Sarah Palin claims she was unwittingly interviewed by comedian Sacha Baron Cohen for his upcoming Showtime series, Who Is America?, after he “duped” her into believing he was a disabled U.S. veteran. In a lengthy Facebook post on Tuesday, the former Alaska governor and Republican vice-presidential candidate wrote, “Yup — we were duped. Ya’ got me, Sacha. Feel better now? I join a long list of American public personalities who have fallen victim…

Read More >>

19 photos of Navy SEALs doing what they do best

US Navy As America’s elite, U.S. Navy SEALs are constantly called for operations around the globe. With a motto of “the only easy day was yesterday,” the average day in the life of a SEAL is usually anything but. Whether they are deploying to global hotspots, honing new skills in some of the military’s toughest schools, or going through training evolutions stateside, SEALs learn to be ready for anything. Here are 19 photos showing what they do best around the…

Read More >>

US Air Force drone documents found for sale on the dark web for $200

You never quite know what you’ll find on the dark web. In June, a threat intelligence team known as Insikt Group at security research firm Recorded Future discovered the sale of sensitive U.S. military information in the course of monitoring criminal activity on dark web marketplaces. Insikt explains that an English-speaking hacker purported to have documentation on the MQ-9 Reaper unmanned aerial vehicle. Remarkably, the hacker appears to have been…

Read More >>