Miscellaneous Ramblings

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A Harvard Happiness Expert Says This Is the No. 1 Myth That Keeps People From Being Happy – Happiness isn’t an emotion.

If you don’t understand what happiness actually is, you’re going to have a hard time achieving it.

This Media Bias Detector Analyzes News Reports in Real Time

Researchers from Wharton and Penn have developed a new tool to equip news consumers with a way to gauge bias in media.

Biz to Biz – Strong Communities, Stronger Businesses

Join our vibrant community of entrepreneurs and gain access to powerful connections, expert guidance, warm leads, and a supportive network dedicated to helping your business thrive.

Tell us how Eventgroove has helped you fundraising or developing events and possibly win $500.

In return for a quick video telling us how Eventgroove has helped you run a great event or fundraiser, we’ll enter you to win a $500 Visa gift card!⁠

Star Psychologist Adam Grant Says Pebbling Is the Secret to Stronger Relationships

Pebbling doesn’t actually involve any pebbles (if you’re human, at least).

Glacier National Park’s Going-to-the-Sun road opens for 2024 season

Visitors can access Logan Pass both from West Glacier and St. Mary entrances.

Drought conditions have eased in Bozeman—so why are there permanent watering restrictions?

“There’s potential for a water shortage, especially in a year like this where we saw that really low snowpack. This is just good planning. This is really trying to conserve water for that—no pun intended—lack of a rainy day. The potentially dry days ahead,” says Michael.

How the Savannah Bananas Hire _Truly Inspirational – Could your organization do it better than how it does it now?

Write your future resume (What do you expect that you will  have accomplished in life in 20 years?)

What the web looked like in 1994, the year it became the internet

What do you remember about the web in 1994?

Solutions begin in places like Ekalaka, Montana

I want to believe that the relationship that started in that tiny bedroom in Ekalaka, Montana, and trickled down into the two oldest sons, is still the kind of relationship people want to cultivate in Montana, and in America.