It’s OK if people don’t like you

Worrying about what other people think of you kills innovation, creation and doing things that really matter…

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What does “Sell by” and “Use by” dates on food mean?

5 crockpot meals to make this week

As the weather cools down and routines ramp back up, it’s the perfect time to lug the crockpot out of storage! Invest a few minutes in your morning and be rewarded with a hot, delicious, ready-to-go dinner as soon as you get home. You’ll love how easy it makes weeknights, and you’ll love taking leftovers for lunch too…

Flu Season Is Here, But How Effective Is the 2018 Flu Shot?

The 2018-2019 flu season has officially arrived, the Food and Drug Administration announced this week. And after last year’s flu killed 80,000 people—the highest U.S. influenza death toll in 40 years—many are questioning how effective the flu shot really is…

Watch Matt Damon as Kavanaugh

Matt Damon plays angry Kavanaugh in ‘SNL’ open

“Saturday Night Live” tackled Supreme Court nominee Brett Kavanaugh’s Senate Judiciary hearing during the cold open of their season premiere.

Where is everyone?

Where is everyone who used to post on the old Try out Burt’s new site and keep informed on what’s going on in Easton, etc. The new site has a lot more to offer.

24 Simple Habits That Can Improve Your Vision

The most common diseases—age-related macular degeneration (ARMD), cataracts, glaucoma, and dry eye disease—are all preventable to some extent…


The most difficult things about learning to code by yourself — and how to tackle them

Many people have become interested in learning to code in recent years.

They either find their way into programming through online courses, or through offline meet ups, or are just simply trying to give it a shot.

Websites like, codecademy and freeCodeCamp are becoming more and more popular. There are a huge number of coding courses out on the web, and also available on YouTube…

Facebook breach put data of 50 million users at risk

Facebook on Friday said a breach affected 50 million people on the social network. 

The vulnerability stemmed from Facebook’s “view as” feature, which lets people see what their profiles look like to other people. Attackers exploited code associated with the feature that allowed them to steal “access tokens” that could be used to take over people’s accounts…

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