What Caught My Eye This Week – March 3, 2018

Age of Outrage

  In addition to providing a constant supply of outrage triggers, social media dramatically lowers the costs of expressing outrage. Offline, punishing bad behaviour is difficult, stressful and risky. ~ M.J. Crockett, assistant professor of psychology at Yale University in a Globe and Mail Op-Ed, Modern outrage is making it harder to better society Rafael Nadal, the King of Clay, is going to be off the tour for several months with his ongoing hip injury. I have always wondered how long his body would stand up to the punishment it takes every time that he hits the court. Three of

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What Caught My Eye This Week

What caught my eye this week...

  I’ve always felt very secure and confident with myself in knowing what I could do and what I could not. And so it’s not something that interests me. I don’t have the DNA for it. ~ Oprah Winfrey tells Instyle why she won't be running for President of the United States. Here are the three things that caught my eye this week: GO Transit, regional public transit service for the Greater Toronto and Hamilton Area, launched the next phase of their #EttiquetteFail campaign. They released a 50-page e-book called, Unwritten Rules of Public Transit Etiquette Written Down. Download your copy today!

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