7 noticias de impacto esta semana

Estas son 7 noticias insólitas e impactantes de la semana. ¿Crees que falta alguna? Comparte tu opinión en los comentarios: 1. ¿El Reino (des) Unido?: Los escoceses acudieron el jueves a las urnas para emitir su voto en el referéndum de independencia del Reino Unido donde se enfrentó a una clara respuesta de sí/no a la pregunta: ¿Debería Escocia ser un país independiente? El tramo final del escrutinio tras el referéndum daba una cómoda victoria al “No” a la independencia. La libra y los …

9 Things to Know if You’re Laid Off After 50

Tales from the newly laid-off have been overflowing my Facebook news feed of late. These journalist friends, all of them over 50, are gobsmacked by the idea that their publications will go on without them. I get it — the same thing happened to me five years ago — and I’m heartsick for all of them. On the dark day in 2009 when I was unceremoniously dismissed from USA Today, I was informed that my job had been “eliminated.” Of course, …

Making Your Risqué Photos Less Risky

With news that hackers last weekend managed to uncover and leak nude photographs that 101 celebrities had stored on their smartphones, you may be wondering about the online security of your own salacious selfies. Don’t laugh. Such intimate photos were exchanged on Valentine’s Day 2013 by one in four everyday folks between ages 45 and 54, according to a survey by Internet security firm McAfee. And just last month, staffers with antivirus software manufacturer Avast recovered some 1,000 nude photos from …

11 Things We Didn’t Know Last Week

News, discoveries and … fun 1. Americans who are 65 or older feel better about their physical appearance than younger  – even much younger – people. (Learn more at Gallup) 2. Paul McCartney and Warren Buffett are buddies. (Learn more at AARP) 3. There’s no need to fast before a routine cholesterol test. (Learn more at AARP) 4. Google and Novartis are teaming up to make a contact lens that can monitor blood sugar levels. (Learn more at New York Times) >> Sign up …

7 noticias de impacto esta semana

Estas son las 7 noticias más impactantes de la semana. ¿Estás de acuerdo? Si no es así­ comparte tu opinión en los comentarios:  1. Francisco: “El celibato no es un dogma”: El papa Francisco abrió la posibilidad de que la Iglesia católica pudiera algún dí­a permitir que los sacerdotes se casen. “El celibato no es un dogma. Es una regla de vida que yo aprecio mucho y pienso que es un regalo para la Iglesia. Pero ya que no es un dogma, la puerta …

Google’s Newest Car Is Adorable, Electric, Homemade and Drives Itself

[View the story "Google's Car Loses the Steering Wheel and Brake Pedal" on Storify] Story summary: Google has announced that it’s going to make its own self-driving cars from scratch, rather than modify models by other manufacturers. The company is now building 100 of the newest two-seater prototypes. Top speed: 25 mph.               Also of Interest Does Google Owe You a ‘Right to Be Forgotten’? Why You Shouldn’t Drop Your Landline Just Yet Fight …