Hugh Jackman was on Good Morning America yesterday talking about his new Broadway play, The River. One of the interesting parts of the interview was about how his team and producer are making sure pricing allows anyone that wants to see the show will not have to worry about scalpers.
In short, the answer is yes. However, Cindi May—a professor of psychology at the College of Charleston—offers a fuller explanation on the Scientific American website, where she explains new research on the benefits of limiting talent on teams. Here, May writes about why too much talen
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This is Part 2 of the log I’m keeping about Google Glass. Click here to read Part 1. Captain’s Log No. 3 Google Glass travels from Portland, Oregon, to Buckhorn, California. Remote home in Sierra Nevada mountain range has no cell phone service. Relied on cable Wi-Fi router
Yarra, Australia, music venue owners can now apply for a grant to help soundproof their rooms when they receive noise complaints. In addition to soundproofing a room, owners can use the grant for acoustic measuring and consulting, town planning, and building surveryors’ fees. “L