If, brethren, we remembered the words of the holy Elders, if we studied them, it would be difficult for us to sin, difficult to neglect ourselves.
In a potato field near the Netherlands’ border with Belgium, Dutch farmer Jacob van den Borne is seated in the cabin of an immense harvester before an instrument panel worthy of the starship Enterprise. Continue reading “Netherlands and the future of farming”
By Protopresbyter George Metallinos
Technology can distract workers rather than make them more productive, suggests a survey carried out by software giant Microsoft.
Many of the 20,000 European workers questioned said a steady stream of emails, messages and notifications kept them from concentrating. Continue reading “Technology generates stress and reduces productivity”
Teenagers may know full well how important final exams are – but that won’t stop some putting in minimal effort. This may be because their brains aren’t developed enough to properly assess how high the stakes are, and adapt their behaviour accordingly. Continue reading “Teenage brains can’t tell what’s important and what isn’t”