Why Next-Gen Gaming Consoles Will Let You Play Used Games
Whether some want to believe it or not, all next-generation video game consoles, including the PlayStation 4 and Xbox 720, will allow you to play used games. For those who haven’t been listening to…
There's A (Fan-Made) Persona 5 Board Game, And It's Great
Last year I wrote about Brother Ming, an amateur designer who came up with his own Fire Emblem board game. He’s now made one for Persona 5, and it’s fantastic.
How Henry Ford Hospital is working to prevent physician burnout
Learn more about what this Detroit hospital has done, putting several physician burnout prevention strategies in place.
4 Balanced Metrics for Tracking Agile Teams
Whatever your feelings on metrics, organizations will expect them for your team. You don't want to measure only one aspect to the detriment of other information, but you also don't want to measure too many things and scatter your team's focus. Here are four metrics that balance each other out and help gauge an agile team's productivity, work quality, predictability, and health.
The Hospitalist Turns 20: UCSF-Led Movement Has Revolutionized Inpatient Care
In 1996, two UCSF physicians published an article in the New England Journal of Medicine that launched a new field of medicine focused on the inpatient experience. To mark the 20th anniversary of their seminal NEJM article, Robert Wachter and Lee Goldman reflect on the rapid rise of hospitalists.
Digital technology boom puts the spotlight on insurance advice
Insurance brokers and agents must make sure they can meet their customers’ craving for credible advice.
Epic Games and NVIDIA Team Up for VR Funhouse Game Jam
Epic Games has announced the VR Funhouse Game Jam in partnership with NVIDIA, Valve and HTC. Based on NVIDIA’s free carnival game for HTC Vive, VR Funhouse, the jam will take place September 24-26 in Hamburg, Germany. Registration for the consumer day is open now.
What I Learned Working Four Years At A Sex Toy Shop
What Men REALLY Think About When You Wear Sexy Lingerie
07-06-2018 First Friday: "Pantheon" Photography by Charles Berger
6 pm- 8 pm FREE PANTHEON, Charles Berger’s new exhibit of photographs, was inspired by by the 1920’s British photographer Mme Yevonde, who dressed her society friends as Greek and Roman goddesses in celebration of the “Divine Feminine”. By expanding the scope of portraits beyond gender and Euro culture, PANTHEON seeks to reveal (and revel in) the erotic empowerment of these ancient archetypes Charles Berger’s photographs have been exhibited internationally, including the Smithsonian Institution as are they included in the New York MOMA’s Permanent Photography Collection. The author of several award-winning books of photographs, and developer of the UltraStable Color Print System, Berger is also the Founding Moderator of the Historic Photo Process at the Santa…