When you're younger than twenty-something, you can't imagine it'll ever happen. But one day you wake up and discover I'm an adult! Yikes! Where did time go and why didn't I take advantage of my opportunities? Is it too late to get my education?
Why would anyone want to earn a traditional 4-year college degree in only 3 years? You may ask yourself if all that acceleration is really worth it.
When I developed training programs for the pharmaceutical industry, they taught us that drugs are promoted on four features: safety, efficacy, cost, and convenience. All else being equal, convenience trumps everything else. That’s why so many medications come in once-a-day pills. They’re
In his recent column, "How Did the Robot End Up With My Job" (October 1, 2011), Thomas Friedman talks about a changed world, first sharing an anecdote about doing book reviews for television. He shows up at the studio, is greeted by a rent-a-cop security guard, and is ushered in by a college