5 Interesting Links for 10-25-2019

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Business (Economics)

While ignoring the admittedly intangible aspect of creating dependencies, this article explains why many popular online services are at risk of disappearing as fast as they arrived. These failures will leave a largely millennial customer base stranded or in budget crisis as prices hike to match reality.
https://www.theatlantic.com/ideas/archive/2019/10/say-goodbye-millennial-urban-lifestyle/599839/

Guidelines (Physical Activity)

The new guidelines from the US Department of Health and Human Services stress the importance of physical activity at any level to combat the sedentary nature of American lives. The preferred levels are still there, but with this new approach, improvement may be within reach of more of the population despite physical and health limitations. (Via LifeGlider)
http://www.apta.org/PTinMotion/News/2018/11/13/HHSPAGuidelinesRevision/

Cycles (Sleep)

Suggestions for how to convert a late night schedule into an early one to help adapt to a new work situation.
https://forge.medium.com/how-a-night-owl-can-become-an-early-bird-24e4b26ee1ca

Mythology (Vampires)

Forty-one facts about vampires that range from Hollywood tropes to a wander through various cultures and their concepts of vampires. (Via Fantasy and Sci-Fi Readers Lounge)
https://www.factretriever.com/vampire-facts

Technique (Writing)

A look at some important questions to ask and elements to include when writing a science fiction novel.
https://selfpublishingformula.com/how-to-write-a-science-fiction-novel/

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