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Fast Company
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Researching the options and considering all of your possibilities sounds like a great way to make a decision, but its possible that process is causing regret, too. While the outcome has an impact on our overall satisfaction, how you go about making a decision impacts your health and happiness too, according to researchers from the University of Waterloo . People who perform an extensive search looking for the best option are called maximizers, says Jeff Hughes, a doctorate student of social psychology and coauthor of the study published in the Personality and Social Psychology Bulletin . It sounds like a rational way to make a decision, but people go about this goal in two different ways, he says. The first is promotion-focused, says Hughes. This person strives to attain ideals and is particularly concerned with approaching gains and avoiding non-gains, he says.
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tonight the rain becomes extensive across northern and western areas, heavy at times, spots of rain into England and Wales but not too much further east. Temperatures holding up for most, not dropping below ten or 11 Celsius. It will be a cold start tomorrow, probably wet across parts of Scotland, Northern Ireland and north-west England. Rain.
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us will see them and it won't last too long but away from that we have high cloud around, spells of sunshine coming through and the sunshine will develop further through the day for part of Southeast East Anglia, the Midlands and even eastern parts of Wales with the warmest conditions here. Raining in around the Irish Sea areas and extensive.
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in the west with the rain more extensive, a little more heavy as well and that will push further north and east. A mild start to tomorrow. Fairly cloudy. A small area of rain will push east across England and Wales. Wettest conditions to begin in north-west England, eastern Northern Ireland and increasingly into.
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The Samsung Galaxy S8 will officially be released in Australia on Friday, April 28 and comes in three colours: Midnight Black, Maple Gold and Orchid Grey. Telstra deals Although Telstra's plans tend to be more expensive than the competition, often offering less data per month, the S8 plans from Australia's biggest telco are actually quite competitive. It's also hard to argue with the quality of the Telstra's service and the extensive coverage it provides in both rural and metro areas. The entry level plan at Telstra will net you a Samsung Galaxy S8 for $80 per month (on the $55 S plan with $25 handset repayments) with a measly 1GB of monthly data on a 24-month contract. That's a total price of $1,920 over two years. For just $15 more per month on the $95 L plan, you can get a handset with 12GB of monthly data. Total cost is $2,280 over two years.
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The FBI has arrested a State Department official who is charged with concealing extensive contacts with China's intelligence service. Candace Marie Claiborne, an office management specialist who held a top-secret security clearance, faces charges of obstructing an FBI probe and making false statements about years-long contacts with two Chinese intelligence agents. Claiborne, 60, worked for the State Department since 1999 and was posted at the headquarters in Washington, as well as U.S. diplomatic posts in Beijing and Shanghai, along with posts in Baghdad and Khartoum, Sudan. A criminal complaint in the case said she conspired with two Chinese intelligence agents working for the Shanghai State Security Bureau. She also worked with a fourth person who is a male U.S. citizen and relative of Claiborne's who was not identified by name but labeled "Co-conspirator A" in court papers.
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Music fans in Leicester and beyond are always gutted when a venue in their city closes.So many people were relieved to hear that popular music venue The Shed would be reopening in April, after closing for an extensive refurbishment at the end of last year.And with the opening weekend just days away, Leicester Mercury has been given an exclusive view of the venue's brand new look.The Shed, on Yeomen Street, is steeped in music history, with Kasabian and Ellie Goulding among the...
MacRumors
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As for Siri integration, you can ask about the camera to bring up the live view in the Home app, or you can ask whether or not the camera is detecting any motion, and that's about it. Siri isn't super useful with camera accessories. The other HomeKit aspect worth mentioning is encryption. Apple has high encryption standards and requires all of its HomeKit-certified products to implement strong encryption, which brings peace of mind, especially with a product like a camera. Bottom Line If you have an extensive HomeKit setup or are interested in HomeKit products, the Omna is worth checking out. If you don't have a HomeKit setup, there's no real reason to get the Omna -- it's clearly been designed to work with HomeKit and the app is a little barebones compared to the apps of other camera products like the Logi Circle or the Flir FX. HomeKit has some undeniable benefits like encryption, an ability to see the camera view in the Home app and motion detection triggers, but beyond that, this is just a standard camera that has some shortcomings compared to other home security cameras on the market.
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them my way. I will do my best to answer them. If you want to in your own time, there are extensive articles on the BBC News website and the BBC News app explaining every aspect of the Brexit process. I will be back in a couple of minutes
BBC News 24
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negotiate a deal. As a Conservative Party MP, do you feel the building behind us should have a say in what she is doing and what he returns with? We have been through a very lengthy, rigorous process. There has been extensive debate. Voting
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Commentary: More than 5.6 million people have already watched a video of a TSA agent performing what appears to be an extensive pat-down on a boy.
Leicester Mercury
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Music fans in Leicester and beyond are always gutted when a venue in their city closes.So many people were relieved to hear that popular music venue The Shed would be reopening in April, after closing for an extensive refurbishment at the end of last year.And with the opening weekend just days away, Leicester Mercury has been given an exclusive view of the venue's brand new look.The Shed, on Yeomen Street, is steeped in music history, with Kasabian and Ellie Goulding among the...
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Another day, another tattoo . At least, that's how it goes for body art enthusiast Justin Bieber, who unveiled a piece of brand-new ink on his Instagram on Wednesday: a lion head across his pec. In the casual selfie, a shirtless Bieber reclines in bedand gives fans a good look at this latest feline addition to his extensive collection. It joins the freshly-inked roaring bear on the other side of his chest, as well as a spread-winged eagle across his abdomen. He showed off both of those animals just last week, when the lion was still not part of the picture. The slightly-askew crown that looks to top the lion's mane has been a longstanding piece of ink, however. Lions are popular among pop stars, apparently: fellow singer-songwriter (and current chart-topper) Ed Sheeran has a giant, colorful feline splashed across his chest, too. Sheeran, it's worth noting, contributed to Bieber's most recent musical success by penning Love Yourself, the pared-down ballad that would bring Bieber multiple Grammy nominations.
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Another day, another tattoo . At least, that's how it goes for body art enthusiast Justin Bieber, who unveiled a piece of brand-new ink on his Instagram on Wednesday: a lion head across his pec. In the casual selfie, a shirtless Bieber reclines in bedand gives fans a good look at this latest feline addition to his extensive collection. It joins the freshly-inked roaring bear on the other side of his chest, as well as a spread-winged eagle across his abdomen. He showed off both of those animals just last week, when the lion was still not part of the picture. The slightly-askew crown that looks to top the lion's mane has been a longstanding piece of ink, however. Lions are popular among pop stars, apparently: fellow singer-songwriter (and current chart-topper) Ed Sheeran has a giant, colorful feline splashed across his chest, too. Sheeran, it's worth noting, contributed to Bieber's most recent musical success by penning Love Yourself, the pared-down ballad that would bring Bieber multiple Grammy nominations.
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The entrepreneurial lifestyle is often a hectic one. Some “trepseasily end up working 50, 60, or even more hours per week. Dont get me wrong. I love almost everything about running my businesses and blogs, but time is definitely at a premium. And I’m sure many of you know exactly what I’m talking about. Sometimes there are just not enough hours in the day to spend on an extensive, exhaustive marketing campaign. But you know what? There are a lot of marketing activities that can get legitimate results that you can do in 1 hour or less. I came up with 28 specific activities you can do in your downtime but which will still give your business a nice boost. Here we go. 1. Create an editorial calendar Almost any great blog begins with a detailed editorial calendar. This is where you coordinate your content, schedule your posts, set deadlines, list your CTAs, and so on.
KyivPost
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Ponomarev was surprised by Poroshenko's characterization of Voronenkov as the main witness in the Yanukovych case. He said that, as far as he know, that is not the case. He said Voronenkov only gave corroborating testimony of Yanukovych's letter after he fled to Russia on Feb. 22, 2014, asking Putin to send Russian troops to Ukraine. I don't think he was a key witness. The fact he was testifying in the Yanukovych case was just an accident, Ponomarev said. We were talking on other issues with (military prosecutor) Anatoly Matios. I introduced to him Denys. Matios said Ilya already testified on this, maybe you would also say something, so that we could get two statements.' In any case, Ponomarev said, his knowledge was more extensive than Voronenkov's about the Kremlin's involvement in the EuroMaidan Revolution that toppled Yanukovych and Russian plans to invade Crimea in 2014.
KyivPost
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Ponomarev was surprised by Poroshenko's characterization of Voronenkov as the main witness in the Yanukovych case. He said that, as far as he know, that is not the case. He said Voronenkov only gave corroborating testimony of Yanukovych's letter after he fled to Russia on Feb. 22, 2014, asking Putin to send Russian troops to Ukraine. I don't think he was a key witness. The fact he was testifying in the Yanukovych case was just an accident, Ponomarev said. We were talking on other issues with (military prosecutor) Anatoly Matios. I introduced to him Denys. Matios said Ilya already testified on this, maybe you would also say something, so that we could get two statements.' In any case, Ponomarev said, his knowledge was more extensive than Voronenkov's about the Kremlin's involvement in the EuroMaidan Revolution that toppled Yanukovych and Russian plans to invade Crimea in 2014.