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St. Elmo's Fire is a striking natural phenomenon, a form of corona discharge. It looks like lightning but isn't, and may in fact protect airplanes from strikes. Here it is filmed from inside the cockpit. This plasma appears in objects that are pointed or that conduct electricity well when there is a large difference in… READ THE REST
High winds in Pittsburgh relocated a portable toilet to the dead center of a busy street Friday—the most exciting thing to occur in the steel city since a bus toppled into a large sinkhole in 2019. Anyone wishing to enjoy a most adventurous poop can find the wandering potty at Morewood and Fifth; keep your… READ THE REST
Not only was he a very funny vampire, Al Lewis was a restaurateur, candidate for New York governor, and, as seen above, occasional weatherman for WPIX-TV. "Tomorrow is gonna be beautiful! It's gonna warm up. There'll be sun. Oh, it's wonderful!" READ THE REST
High school Spanish class is permanently embroidered into most of our brains. Vocabulary quizzes. Verb conjugation drills. Language lab. It's all tattooed on our souls like it happened yesterday, right? Estudiantes. Escuchen. Language learning doesn't have to be like that. Instead of being trapped in endless repetitions and dry academic book learning, Jumpspeak wants to… READ THE REST
Leadership is a magic quality that few truly possess. Oh sure, many people have to lead as part of their job description, but few actually have the inherent ability to make others better, cultivate trust, focus on problem-solving, and give team members confidence. Of course, not everybody has to be born with the ability to… READ THE REST
For any companies or individuals who fear being hacked by malevolent cybercriminals, there's some good news… and some bad news. According to an annual M-Trends report on cyber attacks, companies are spotting intrusions on their networks a lot faster than in the past. Last year, it took an average of 56 days from a first incursion… READ THE REST