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Sir Alexander Fleming won a Nobel Prize for his work in discovering Penicillin, perhaps one of the most important discoveries in history. He was elected to the Royal Society in 1943, knighted by King George VI in 1944 and shared the Nobel Prize for Physiology and Medicine in 1945. And he loved to...
Blog by Ross Smith on November 8, 2010
Hack: 21 Types of Fun - What's Yours? Jonathan Winter introduces an interesting taxonomy to help take the work out of work. A different look in to why people enjoy things that can help make the workplace more fun. Check it out
Blog by Ross Smith on November 2, 2010
Happy Holidays! As we close out 2010 and look forward to the New Year, let’s take a look at a well honored tradition – the New Year’s resolution . Celebrating the New Year is perhaps one of the oldest traditions we know of. Over 4000 years ago, the ancient Babylonians celebrated the new moon on...
Blog by Ross Smith on December 22, 2010
In the fourth century BC, Plato suggested that "what is serious should be treated seriously, and what is not serious should not.... Every man and woman should spend life in this way, playing (paivzonta) the most beautiful games (paidiavi)" (803c).ii Meanwhile, Merriam Webster defines laughter as "...
Blog by Ross Smith on January 24, 2011