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What’s taking workers 60+ years to learn?

It takes four hours and 28 minutes to build a 9’ x 12’ paper drawing of Spiderman from scratch, a whopping 824 percent faster than what it took for first-time crafters 55 years ago.

Evergrande: China’s big property bet – a cheaper version of Trump’s real estate deal?

Evergrande is a petrochemical company, but the Chinese company is also one of the world’s largest property developers. With a market capitalisation of $78bn, it’s worth more than rival Country Garden or the Vatican

3 ways to keep from quitting your job

Do you still find yourself working but not enjoying it? Think before you jump out the door. “There are many important things we don’t understand, because you keep everything on a ‘busyness level’ in

The ACLU fights for Prabhdeep Singh Barua. We’ll fight to get him out of Facebook | Richard Ledgett

Prabhdeep Singh Barua is a young Indian IT expert who oversees Facebook pages for groups and individuals. Facebook administrators also appoint moderators to act as “representatives” to coordinate page edits with other admins. Barua

Disneyland Debuts Seasonal Coronavirus Updates for Season Passes

In response to the recent news of the seasonal coronavirus, Disneyland is updating its Pass Program to eliminate the need for renewal. Guests who plan to visit between now and October 31st are asked

Blockages cause long, stressful delays for Suez Canal users

Suez Canal Suez Canal Suez Canal David Batty analyses the place the canal has taken on the global agenda. Months of blockages have forced the indefinite closure of the Suez Canal, an important shipping

Can you really bring your emotional support animal onto a plane now? Here’s what’s changed.

In October 2017, President Trump banned all U.S. citizens from traveling with any all non-essential items as a travel restriction. As a result, it was surprisingly legal for airlines to check bags which should

Beijing may not be able to stop China’s largest property developer from failing

Beijing has failed to stop Evergrande Group from exceeding its debt limit and may not have the power to do so, according to S&P Global Ratings. The agency said the company’s repeated breaches of

Does Fourvive have a future?

Among the growing 'hobby' communities on TikTok (as it's officially called) is the Fourvive service, which allows you to stream from your phone. But some have said Fourvive is poorly built and fun -

In China, solar power startups have been selling much of their oil to U.S. builders

Photo Some of the biggest solar companies in the United States, including First Solar, SolarCity and SunPower, have been stockpiling oil and natural gas products in part to feed their power-plant installation businesses, reported

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