When the 80/20 Rule Fails: The Downside of Being Effective

Even today, over half a century later, she remains one of just 15 people to earn an “EGOT” by winning all four major entertainment awards: Emmy, Grammy, Oscar, and Tony. By the 1960s, she was averaging more than one new film per year and, by everyone’s estimation, she was on a trajectory to be a movie star for decades to come.But then something funny happened: she stopped acting.

Source: When the 80/20 Rule Fails: The Downside of Being Effective

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60 Seconds

60 seconds

I was doing some copy-paste operations in MS Excel and suddenly, it was frozen and there was that 60-second warning which I could not respond to. That is not very nice.

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App Store and IAPs

FieryFeeds

I wonder why IPAs are sometimes not very clear on Apple Store. Above is a good example. I understand that FieryFeeds is a subscription-based service but In-App Purchases seen in image do not explain what kind of purchases are available. I guess developers keep it that way so that people will at least download it (download is free) and try the app?

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India just launched the largest health insurance scheme on the planet

This Sunday, Prime Minister Narendra Modi announced that India wants to offer free coverage for over half a billion of its poorest citizen. The new insurance scheme — dubbed “Modicare” — will cover 100 million of the country’s lowest-income families (the bottom 40% bracket). Each will receive services equivalent to the sizeable sum of 500,000 rupees (roughly $6,900) per year to treat serious ailments.

Source: India just launched the largest health insurance scheme on the planet

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