Robbie Bach might not be one of the names that most geeks think of when they hear the Microsoft name, but he was a...
May 25 2010, 3:22pm CDT
Source: New Hampshire Public Radio
For years, the fact that classical music helps little brains grow and develop has been common knowledge. It appears in books about raising kids, comes from other parents, and spurs sales of CDs with names like “Bach For Babies.” But is it actually solid advice? We spoke with Jayson Greene who wrote the article “Mozart Makes You Smarter…And Other Dubious Musical Theories." He says no, it ...
Full article at: New Hampshire Public Radio
2 days ago, 1:14pm CDT
Source: Politics - The Huffington Post
You can't even make it out of the house without a double cappuccino, and you can't survive that two o'clock meeting without your trusty espresso shot. Oh, and sure, you've read the conflicting evidence about the health benefits of your coffee consumption, and the possible health risks of overindulging... but you can't afford to waste time yawning your way through life, right?
But if you suspect that you ...
Full article at: Politics - The Huffington Post
Jun 2 2014, 12:38pm CDT
The Chronicle made a mistake and MS did not sell yet the 1 million Zune players. Robbie Bach says that...
May 28 2007, 12:19pm CDT