Do you find yourself talking about your job at unusual times? Using obscure jargon that your friends definitely don’t understand? Compulsively checking your work email for no good reason? You might be work-obsessed. Your friends kindly ask that you please stop with that.
One of the dangers of office life is the compulsion many people feel to delve in a little too far. We’re a workaholic culture operating within a cutthroat economy — it’s easy to lose perspective. Find out just how wrong it can all go care of your luddite grandpa Dave. Eggers is evidently less-than-jazzed about the Google revolution and he comes off as a little grumpy here, but The Circle is a great lesson in what it means to be too team-spirited. Your job may be great or it may be awful, but either way it’s good to remember that your life is comprised of many things and some of those things happen outside of the cubicle. Let protag Mae Holland be your guide to what not to do.
The prototype device uses terahertz radiation, the band of electromagnetic radiation between microwaves and infrared light. Previous research has found that terahertz rays, or T-rays, possess a number of advantages over X-rays, ultrasound waves and other kinds of radiation that can penetrate surfaces. For instance, terahertz rays can distinguish between ink and blank paper in a way that X-rays cannot. They can also scan across depths to yield higher-resolution images than ultrasound can accomplish, according to the researchers.
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