A few months ago, the New York Times ran a story about a psychology test, suggesting that a set of 36 questions could make people fall in love.  The author tried it, and apparently, it worked for her. It worked for the Times, too.  So many people read the story that the Times embedded the 36 questions into their app, easily downloadable for the lovelorn. I love this story not just for its romcom qualities,

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Email is the most overused and abused form of communications today. (Texting is next, but that’s another discussion.) Because email is familiar, easy-to-use, and very often effective, we use it as a universal form of communications – the verbal equivalent of a survival tool that supposedly does everything from cutting tree branches to opening beer bottles. But in many cases, email is the wrong tool for the job – and we simply don’t realize it

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Kentucky Science CenterThe once hard-to-envision clichés are coming into focus – the end is in sight, we’re seeing the light at the end of the table and hitting the home stretch. Work on the Louisville – Southern Indiana Ohio River Bridges Project is rapidly reaching its conclusion. By the end of this year, the Abraham Lincoln Bridge will carry six lanes of northbound traffic, the improved Kennedy Bridge will carry six lanes of southbound traffic

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