The 5K run raised about $40,000. Funds will go towards programs at The Mental Health Network of Chatham-Kent.
Race results can be found here.
— Blackburn News CK (@BlackburnCK) May 14, 2017
One of the hardest jobs right now in the PR department for United Airlines. The latest incident: Access codes to the cockpit doors on United planes were made public.
The breach wasn’t caused by someone hacking into United’s crew information system or trying to manipulate any security codes through computer links, it was a flight attendant who inadvertently posted it online. Oops
United sends out security alert after access codes for cockpit doors are posted onlinehttps://t.co/OBqzcxMXPs
— Wall Street Journal (@WSJ) May 15, 2017
Since the publication of the article, the editors have posted that many people have written to say that fidget spinners have helped them or their children cope with autism, anxiety, or ADHD.
The article was intended as a critique of manufacturers selling these products as “treatments” despite no specific scientific research suggesting that was the case—not of the people who use them as a coping mechanism.
— Motherboard (@motherboard) May 2, 2017
3,000 women sign up for their services on an average Monday. During the past few years, that number has jumped by 8 to 10 times following Mother’s Day.
Company reps say the top reason married women cheat is inattentive spouses, who make them feel unloved and unappreciated.
You’ll be able to pre-order a “smart” salt shaker next month called a Smalt shaker.
It dispenses the exact amount of salt you want to use, and tracks your sodium intake.
Smalt incorporates a Bluetooth connected smart speaker and mood lighting that will connect to Amazon’s Alexa to automate the process of seasoning food.
— Ini Beritamu (@iniberitamu007) May 10, 2017