LeadershipWhy your first impression of others is often wrongYour initial judgment about another person is often a reflection of you and says very little about the person you’re judging. In less than 5 yearsmiscI spent a day at Bulletproof Alpha Labs here’s what happenedDave Asprey, founder and CEO of Bulletproof, is considered by many to be the father of modern day biohacking.miscEighth Grade highlights the effect social media has on developing adolescentsBo Burnham’s new film explores how social media apps like Instagram, Snapchat, and YouTube are impacting teenagers’ everyday lives.miscThe debate around 3D printed guns is murky territory for gun controlCody Wilson of Defense Distributed, an online organization that develops digital firearms files, was set to release the downloadable blueprints for several guns on August 1st, 2018. The guns (including AR 15 style rifles) can be created using a 3D printer, sparking outrage amongst gun control groups.
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Nike’s factories producing Converse products in Indonesia offer their workers almost no protections. As a July 2011 article in the Daily Mail Reporter asserts, workers at Nike’s Sukabumi and Pou Chen plants in Indonesia are, “Subjected to serious and egregious physical and verbal abuse, including the punishment of forcing workers to stand in the sun.” Workers at the Sukabumi plant report that supervisors, “Frequently throw shoes at them, slap them in the face, kick them and call them dogs and pigs.” Workers at the Puo Chen plant earn only 50 cents per hour which is barely enough for their food and lodging. Some factory workers making Converse products in Indonesia have reported in Associated Press (AP) interviews that they are fired if they file a complaint against the company, so many remain silent about the abuses that they suffer.
See the preseason as being less valuable to them because they don see the best players and the games do not count. NFL owners and the league as a whole, however, the preseason certainly means something: more revenues, thanks to TV contracts and sales of tickets and concessions at the games. The easy reply is that no one is forcing these fans to buy anything.