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24 Sep 2022
The frontrunners in the trillion-dollar race for limitless fusion power
Fusion power is rapidly becoming a reality as several large companies are moving from an experimental prototype to a commercially viable system
15 Sep 2022
Five problems that could slow supplies of food, computers, cars and other goods this winter
The global supply chain is generally very efficient—however, post-COVID political and economic events have made it considerably less efficient.
5 Sep 2022
Amazon and Microsoft want to go big on data centres, but the power grid can't support them
For years data centres have been set up in Eire, but the Irish grid can no longer support them.
21 Sep 2022
5 Signs You Suffer from Imposter Syndrome (and How to Overcome It)
Nearly everybody will occasionally feel inadequate at work and undeserving of any praise or promotion that comes their way—but if the feelings continue, you might suffer from imposter syndrome.
19 Sep 2022
This Is What Made The de Havilland Vampire Such A Unique Fighter Jet
The de Haviland Vampire jet was developed during WW2 and was capable in both the fighter and attack roles— the RN and RAN used the Sea Vampire version, and the RAAF later used it as a training aircraft.
6 Sep 2022
This is why no one wants to be a middle manager anymore
The role of middle managers, once desired, is increasingly sandwiched by achieving the executive bottom line and balancing the rapidly changing employee expectations, all within a challenging and deteriorating economic environment.
31 Aug 2022
Why overthinkers struggle with remote work
Overthinkers do not always enjoy remote work as they can become anxious about what is happening in the workplace—but some strategies can help them better cope with remote work.
1 Sep 2022
Australia Has Moved Beyond The Need For Money
Australians are inexorably moving away from cash (notes and coins) toward a cashless society.
25 Aug 2022
Why Did Australia Bury The F-111 Fighter-Bomber?
They were buried because the fuselage contained asbestos.
26 Aug 2022
Sacked worker who deleted files ordered to pay more than $100,000 in damages and penalties
In New Zealand, an employee was heavily fined for deleting work documents/files from a work-based cloud file.