Top Stories annoyances
- How To Identify A Narcissist (Before They Burn You)
- Australia Post: Regular, Priority And Express Post Probably Don't Mean What You Think
- Cupertino Nightmares: 15 Apple Business Practices To Avoid
- What Do You Do If An Airline Double Books Your Seat?
- A Scientific Guide To Countering Science Denial
- Five Common Granny Scams (And How To Avoid Them)
Windows 10 brings a ton of sweet new features. Among them, you can now search the web directly from the Start menu. However, it will always use Bing. The Bing2Google extension for Chrome will redirect your searches to Google instead.
We all get headaches from time to time. In fact, nearly every second person in the world had a headache at least once in the past year. But these can feel very different, depending on which of the nearly 200 types of headache you have.
A constant need for validation. A willingness to control people. A ruthlessness in getting their needs met. These are just some of the psychological traits that point towards a narcissistic personality disorder. Disturbingly, they are also common among people who succeed in business — and it usually isn’t a coincidence. Here are 15 signs of narcissism combed from psychology literature that you really don’t want to encounter in a boss or co-worker.
Apple is one of the most reputable tech companies in the world with some of the highest paid interns. Working there must therefore be a dream job, right? Wrong. Over on the career community site Glassdoor, there are plenty of complaints and horror stories from current and former Apple engineers, developers and project managers. Here are some of their chief bugbears that other businesses would do well to avoid.
The removal of the carbon tax was meant to save the average household about $550 per year. 12 months on, have we got our savings? An analysis by the Herald Sun newspaper says no. In any event, trying to measure the savings from the carbon tax is a mug’s game. Here’s why.