Valentine's Day serves as a reminder that romances are found in all sorts of places — even the office. Lucy Kellaway, a columnist for the Financial Times in London, covers workplace trends with an irreverent voice through her day job. On the side, she wrote a novel, In Office Hours,which uses the same quirky tone to describe how two different couples navigate the treacherous waters of interoffice relationships.
The greatest Jeopardy! champions of all time are returning to the TV screen, and this time they're not playing just for money — they're playing for all of humanity.
That's because they'll be competing against Watson, a computer system built by IBM to prove that machines can master the kind of tricky human language featured on the quiz show, where confusing clues often involve puns, jokes and wordplay.
It can be especially hard to find the perfect Valentine's Day card for your special someone if you're in a same-sex relationship. That's because no major greeting card company carries a line of cards geared towards members of the lesbian-gay-bisexual-transgender community.