May 04, 2012
According to the survey, people who read e-mails change screens twice as often and are in a steady "high alert" state, with more constant heart rates. Those who do not read e-mails for five days experienced more natural, variable heart rates. #didyouknow #E-mail #University of California #Software sensors #informatics professor #Stephen Voida
Jul 07, 2014
Standards and ethics editor Brent Jones, as well as interns, Adam Beard and Allison Wrabel, talk about the future of news in response to a reader's question. Have a question? Ask us by using #askusatoday on Twitter or e-mail firstname.lastname@example.org...
Jul 10, 2014
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