5 Interesting Links for 11-15-2019

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Complications (Adoption)

Not every adoption works out. This article explores what happens next and some of the reasons this happens as well as issues with the current practice.

Innovation (Computers)

Google’s quantum computer has demonstrated the potential of quantum computing by solving a problem too vast for current computers to solve. It’s far from ready to release, but this test gives a sense of the possibilities once the field is further along.

Twitter (Marketing)

These examples of how different authors approach their Twitter headers can give you a direction to follow rather than experiencing blank page syndrome over your marketing steps.

Society (Names)

The naming traditions of the Akan of Ghana offer a perfect example of how the name someone bears can reflect their culture and circumstances. World builders should consider this when creating their worlds.

Research (Sleep)

The eight hours we’re supposed to sleep is not a random number. It is backed by extensive cognitive function research that shows, while the timing of the sleep is less important, the amount is fixed.

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