Advertisement A Reader Asks:Are there any websites or apps you can recommend that’ll notify me of the latest movie releases on Netflix?Bruce’s Reply:It can be hard to keep up with what’s on Netflix. Each week, new shows are added and old shows are removed. What’s worse, Netflix doesn’t really let you know. One day, a show might be there, and the next it won’t. Shows are quietly added with little pomp and ceremony. It’s frustrating.So are there any sites that make it easy to find out what’s new on Netflix – the world’s biggest streaming site? Well, yes. Here are four I found that fit the bill.NetflixableNetflixable lists showings for every Netflix region, according by the date they were added to the service. Unusually, these are presented as daily blog posts, with separate articles for movies and TV shows. Each post shows the latest arrivals over the past five days, and is ordered by release date and … [Read more...] about Where Can I Find New Movies and TV Shows To Watch on Netflix?
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Viral videos are a lot of fun — they give us something to watch over and over, share with our friends, and talk about on Facebook. But not every video is as genuine as we first believe; sometimes we find that we’ve been the victims of elaborate hoaxes.And even though these aren’t as potentially dangerous or damaging as other hoaxes we’ve seen 5 Internet Hoaxes That Went Viral and Almost Fooled You This Year 5 Internet Hoaxes That Went Viral and Almost Fooled You This Year There were a few convincing hoaxes knocking about the Internet this year; from waterproof iPhones to Christmas Dinner in a tin. Here are some of the best. Read More , it can still be a letdown. Let’s take a look at a few that caught a lot of people.Charge an iPod with an OnionYouTube videos detailing surprising science-y things 10 Science YouTube Channels You Can't Miss 10 Science YouTube Channels You Can't Miss The word science essentially means knowledge, and it … [Read more...] about Charge Your iPhone With an Onion, And Other Elaborate YouTube Hoaxes
Transgender people are already everywhere, even if their lives go unnoticed. But in 2014, transgender people truly were everywhere—from the red carpet to the runway, from TV to D.C., and from the cover of Time magazine to the pages of a New York Times bestselling memoir. Visibility is no substitute for change, but 2014 bore witness to plenty of the latter as well, with a series of legal victories that will make it easier for transgender people to find employment, update their legal documents and receive healthcare. Although there’s still a long way to go before anti-transgender violence becomes a thing of the past, 2014 is likely to be remembered as an important step toward a more inclusive future. Rolling Stone has selected 11 of the most notable moments, trends and controversies from this year’s transgender tipping point. 1) 2014 was a landmark year for transgender people on TV. Last week, Amazon’s freshman dramedy Transparent was honored with two Golden Globe … [Read more...] about 11 Ways 2014 Was the Biggest Year in Transgender History
“Lover of life, singer of songs.” The simple epitaph, penned by Queen bandmate Brian May, goes a long way in describing the complex figure known across the globe as Freddie Mercury. “To me that summed it up, because he lived life to the fullest,” remembered May in a BBC documentary. “He was a generous man, a kind man, an impatient man, sometimes. But utterly dedicated to what he felt was important, which was making music.” Born Farrokh Bulsara in the British protectorate of Zanzibar, Freddie’s oversized talent was matched only by his flamboyance and exuberance. These qualities merged to create masterpieces of the group’s songbook, and some of the greatest live performances on record. In life, his four-octave voice – since studied by scientists in an attempt to unlock the secrets of its intricacies and awesomeness – raised the bar for what a rock singer could be. In death, he gave voice to the millions suffering from AIDS. In … [Read more...] about Freddie Mercury: 10 Things You Didn’t Know Queen Singer Did
Source: ESB Basic/Shutterstock From hushed gossip at the water cooler to avoidance of direct conflict by way of emailed accusations, today’s workplace offers countless opportunities for passive-aggressive behavior. Passive aggression is a deliberate and masked way of expressing hidden anger (Long, Long, & Whitson, 2016). The passive-aggressive employee uses a variety of behaviors to get back at others, often without colleagues ever becoming aware of their anger. Compliant defiance of workplace standards mixed with hostile cooperation among workers makes for an unpleasant office atmosphere at best, and for sabotage of productivity at worst. In this post, I’ll identify some common red flags of passive-aggressive behavior in the workplace, as well as eight specific reasons why hidden anger is the perfect office crime. Red Flags of Passive-Aggressive Behavior The passive-aggressive employee covertly disrupts office morale and corporate productivity by … [Read more...] about Why Passive-Aggressive Behavior Thrives in the Workplace