Nepal cleared 11 tones of waste from Mt Everest with the help of sherpas The Nepalese government on Monday concluded its clean-up drive of the…View More Nepal cleared 11 tones of waste from Everest with the help of sherpas
Why Chinese digital wallets Wechat, Alipay banned in Nepal ? | mobile payments in china Nepal Rastra Bank (NRB) has banned the usage of Chinese…View More Why Chinese digital wallets Wechat, Alipay banned in Nepal ? | mobile payments in china
NTA (Nepal Telecommunication Authority) now regularly publishes drive test report of the mobile networks of three operators. According to NTA drive test in Lalitpur, Smart Telecom…View More Smart Telecom 4G speed found to be fastest in Lalitpur | NTA test latest 2019
Nepal Telecom to partner with Rastriya Banijya Bank for Mobile money service like esewa Nepal Telecom (NTC) is known to partner with Rashtriya Banijye Bank (RBB) to…View More Nepal Telecom to partner with Rastriya Banijya Bank for Mobile money service like esewa
Nepal realizes its dream of having its own satellite by launching the first satellite into space. The first satellite named NepaliSat-1 was launched in the…View More Nepal launches its first Satellite named Nepali Sat-1
Large Taxpayers office (LTO) has determined the Capital Gain Tax amount to recover from Ncell is Rs 39 billion 60 million, 6 lakh, 84 thousand…View More LTO asks Ncell to pay 39 billion tax amount within 7 days
Sometimes working can feel, well, like working.
While having a job is fulfilling and necessary for most, it can be a total slog at times. Bosses are bossy, coworkers are nosy, and technology only cooperates when it wants to. When work just won’t throw you a bone, know that you’re not alone. Not to quote High School Musical, but “we’re all in this together.”
Here are 13 memes to make your workday a little easier.
1. “Oh, I’m sorry, I must’ve forgotten that horror movie discourse isn’t my job, rather just an interesting and mildly-fulfilling hobby.”
Even attempting to understand the ongoing nightmare that is Brexit is nigh on impossible — but Trevor Noah has an analogy that might help.
In The Daily Show clip above, he likens Britain leaving the EU to “the world’s biggest escape the room”, before launching into a range of chaotic British accents to emphasise the confusion.
To be fair, you can’t fault his John Oliver impression. Read more…View More Trevor Noah roasts Brexit using multiple British accents
You probably already know this, but there’s more to life than laboring inside a cubicle 40 hours a week. In fact, it’s likely that you already catch yourself daydreaming about packing your bags and exploring the world.
But who’s to say that you can’t? Traveling to the other side of the globe is not an impossibility. You can do it and live your best life, all while making money at the same time. And how, you ask? The answer can be summarized in just four letters: TEFL.
Teaching English as a Foreign Language (TEFL) is a career track that hundreds and thousands of people have found success in, and it’s not hard to see why they did it. According to the British Council, 1.75 billion people worldwide are already speaking English, and that number is predicted to rise even further. The organization posits that by 2020, at least two billion people will be using it — or learning to use it. Read more…View More Prep to teach English abroad with this 150-hour online course
Where there’s data, there are databases; and where there are databases, there is Standard Query Language (SQL). In a nutshell, SQL is a standardized method used for collecting specific data out of a massive database. Did we lose you yet?
Grab, the $16 billion-valued ride-hailing firm that acquired Uber’s Southeast Asia business last year, is in talks with Alibaba’s Ant Financial and PayPal as it considers spinning out of its financial services unit to double down on its non-transportation business, TechCrunch has learned. The seven-year-old company’s coming-of-age moment was a deal to buy Uber’s regional […]View More Grab is talking to Ant Financial and PayPal about spinning out its financial services business
Facebook has continued its crackdown on coordinated misinformation in the Philippines.
The social media giant said on Friday it had taken down more than 200 pages, groups, and accounts in the country, which it said misled others about who they were and what they were doing.
“We’re taking down these Pages and accounts based on their behavior, not the content they posted,” Nathaniel Gleicher, Facebook’s head of cybersecurity policy, said in a statement online.
“In this case, the people behind this activity coordinated with one another and used fake accounts to misrepresent themselves, and that was the basis for our action.” Read more…View More Facebook removes more pages in Philippines for misleading activity