It’s a cold, windy Friday in March. Otherwise known as a Friday in March.
Some say there are too many Dunkins around Boston. I have no idea why people would think that.
Boston is changing mayors and it’s not alone in Massachusetts in doing so. Commonwealth Magazine reports that nearly twenty percent of mayors statewide are switching jobs. Some of this is normal churn but stresses of governing during the pandemic were also a contributing factor.
Google, who make software that allows us to work remotely and was one of the first companies to send its employees home, is betting big on getting its workers back into the office.
Researchers in Japan examined how people looking down at their phones while walking on a crowded sidewalk impacted group dynamics. It’s wasn’t pretty.
And the plan for Facebook is to build a version of Instagram just for kids. Brilliant idea. What could possibly go wrong?