Daily Archive: Monday, March 27, 2017

“Verbal autopsies” could reveal how millions live and die

Since January, Kazi Mojammel Haque has had the sometimes difficult job of going door-to-door in villages in the Kaligonj region of Bangladesh to ask people for details of how their loved ones passed away.  Haque is a field worker who has carried out 40 “verbal autopsies” so far — a research method for determining the

A Fictional Account of Loss Following the Great Recession

NEW YORK (PRWEB) March 27, 2017 After a series of losses due to the Great Recession, a woman must start over while also coming to terms with her troubling past in Victoria P. Lerman’s debut novel “The Diary of Isabelle Marquette – An Apparition of a Person.” Isabelle Marquette is a woman of mystery.

Apple is getting serious about selling AR smart glasses, report claims

The notion of Apple releasing augmented reality glasses may have seemed ludicrous even a few months ago, but a new report from the Financial Times suggests that Apple is dead serious about making such a product a reality. Don’t Miss: It’s probably time to admit the Galaxy S8 design is better than Apple’s iPhone 7 design