Daily Archive: Thursday, February 16, 2017

This iPhone Card Game Might Help You Cope With Loss, Weirdly

[ad_1] Every day I play cribbage with my dead grandpa. He passed away in 2009, not long after I graduated from college, and he had been a major figure in my life, particularly during the summers I spent at his house as teenager, helping to chop down trees and shadowing him on home-repair tasks. Ostensibly

Trending Economics: Where the Market is Headed This year

[ad_1] Speculation surrounding the housing market has been buzzing, and many are wondering what the state of the economy will be like tomorrow, in a month, and even one year from today. With the rapidly changing environment, it’s difficult to decipher what is next for housing. Ted C. Jones is the Chief Economist and SVP

First Israeli nanosatellite for academic research launched

[ad_1] Ben-Gurion University of the Negev’s nanosatellite, BGUSAT, is being launched on Wednesday Feb. 15.  BGUSAT is the size of a milk carton and is the first Israeli academic satellite launched for research into climate change, agricultural development and other scientific phenomena. Credit: IAI “BGUSAT,” the first nanosatellite for Israeli academic research, is being launched