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Peco’s Companyの天野と、JR PROPOの国井くんをメインパーソナリティーとして、空物ラジコンのよもやま話を語るポッドキャストです。 また、ホームページもご覧ください。http://pecos-company.com
 
レアジョブオリジナルの英会話ニュース教材です。世界の時事ネタを中心に、ビジネスから科学やスポーツまで、幅広いトピックのニュースを毎日更新しています。本教材を通して、ビジネスで使える実用的な英会話表現や英単語を身に付けることができます。
 
一流の思考と嗜好に触れる『ESSENTIAL〜人生にかかせない4つのもの〜』、老若男女の人生に迫る『LIFE LIVE』、戦争体験者の肉声を残すプロジェクト『戦争の記憶』など、ジャンルを超えて様々な対談やトークをお届けします。 【早川洋平プロフィール】はやかわ・ようへい/プロインタビュアー。キクタス株式会社代表取締役。羽生結弦、コシノジュンコ、よしもとばなならトップランナーから戦争体験者までジャンルを超えてインタビュー。ユニクロ・ネスレなどCMのインタビュアーも。いっぽうで「音声」の可能性にインスパイアされ、声のメディアも創り続けてきた。 『横浜美術館「ラジオ美術館」』『石田衣良 大人の放課後ラジオ』などプロデュース多数。 https://linktr.ee/yoh.haya This is the podcast which focus various interviews. Yohei Hayakawa is a Japanese journalist, interviewer, and CEO of KIQTAS Co.,Ltd, a company that produ ...
 
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H&M Germany was fined millions of dollars for violating its employees’ data privacy.The Hamburg Commissioner for Data Protection and Freedom of Information (HmbBfDI) reported that managers at H&M’s customer service center in Nuremberg have been keeping notes on employees’ personal information since 2014. Some pieces of information include employees…
 
A study by Ohio State University showed that when users have the option to upvote or downvote an article they see online, they tend to spend less time reading its content.The study involved 235 college students. They were asked about their opinions on four contentious topics. Then, the researchers showed them four news articles, each focusing on on…
 
American retail company Target gave a $200 bonus to each of its frontline employees in early November.More than 350,000 of its employees were given rewards for their contributions and hard work during the pandemic. Those who received the bonus were all eligible hourly employees at the company’s stores, distribution centers, and contact centers. Sea…
 
The British Library has uploaded a collection of maps and other materials to its online platform for free viewing.The collection has been digitized without copyright restrictions as part of a seven-year project to catalog and preserve the collection of George III, king of 18th-century Great Britain. It includes over 18,000 maps, highly detailed ill…
 
A bronze statue of Harry Potter playing the fictional sport Quidditch was recently unveiled at London’s Leicester [LES-ter] Square.The statue is the ninth monument placed at Leicester Square as part of Scenes in the Square, a trail of statues that pays tribute to iconic movie characters. The statue was inspired by a scene from the first Harry Potte…
 
Australian scientists are suggesting that they have found evidence that humans are continuing to evolve at a rapid rate.The scientists believe that small but significant changes in the human body such as the absence of wisdom teeth and the presence of the median artery in the forearm are evidence that humans are still evolving. According to researc…
 
Online encyclopedia Wikipedia has begun redesigning its website for the first time in 10 years.Since its launch in 2001, Wikipedia has become one of the best-known sources of information online. Its articles, which are available in almost 300 languages, are written and edited by volunteers around the world. Although the mobile app underwent some ch…
 
A new study found that intermittent fasting, a diet method that involves eating only during certain hours of the day, does not have a significant impact on weight loss.Intermittent fasting is currently one of the most popular dieting methods in the US. Many people who follow this diet usually skip breakfast and only take meals for an 8-hour period,…
 
Psychologists from the University of Portsmouth and the University of Sussex in the United Kingdom have discovered how humans can effectively communicate with cats.The researchers affirmed that mimicking a cat’s “smile” can help humans build rapport with their feline companions. Cats smile not by showing their teeth like humans do but by narrowing …
 
Scientists have discovered that using a pair of ear clips called “ear zappers” may help treat insomnia.A study suggested that using the ear zappers before going to bed can improve sleep quality and lessen drowsiness in the daytime. The scientists believe that they can stimulate the production of melatonin, a sleep-inducing hormone.The ear zappers a…
 
A new study has found that students who regularly take quizzes tend to do better on major exams than those who do not.In 2019, Marcus Credé, a psychology professor, had a conversation with a colleague who believed that frequent quizzes could help students grasp lesson contents better. Credé was skeptical of his colleague’s claim, so he conducted a …
 
Aviation company Gravity Industries has created a jet suit that paramedics can use for emergencies in remote areas.The company developed the jet suit in collaboration with the Great North Air Ambulance Service (GNAAS). The jet suit was created using 3D printed parts, specialist electronics, and jet motors. It has a top speed of 129 kph and can reac…
 
A recent study by scientists from the University of California, Riverside (UCR), found that Venus might have been hospitable if it were not for Jupiter.Venus is known as the hottest planet in the solar system, with a surface temperature of almost 471 degrees Celsius. According to the new findings, Venus’s extreme heat and inability to host life lik…
 
PepsiCo is set to launch Driftwell, a drink that promotes relaxation and relieves stress, by the end of the year.PepsiCo employees pitched the idea of a drink that can help people relax before going to sleep during a company-wide competition last year. According to PepsiCo executive Emily Silver, the launch of the new beverage is timely because the…
 
Ireland’s Supreme Court recently ruled that bread used by Subway restaurants is not actually bread because of its high sugar content.The ruling was made after one Subway franchisee in Ireland filed a court appeal for a tax refund. The fast-food chain argued that its sandwiches are made with bread, which is a staple food and must be exempt from Irel…
 
American wholesale company Costco has released an Advent calendar for dogs.Called the Irish Dog Foods Ultimate Advent Calendar for Dogs, it has 125 edible treats and a number of different toys. Dogs are guaranteed to get more than one treat per day along with several toys to keep them entertained. The calendar retails for $39.99.Advent calendars ar…
 
A study has shown that letting forests regrow naturally may have more benefits than replanting trees.It has been a common belief that replanting trees is the most reliable reforestation method. However, a new study published in the journal Nature found that leaving trees to grow back naturally may be a better and more cost-efficient alternative.Acc…
 
A recently leaked source code revealed unreleased themes for Microsoft’s Windows XP OS.One of those themes was labeled “Candy,” and it bears a resemblance to Apple’s Aqua interface. The Aqua theme uses shadows, metallic textures, and rounded buttons. These elements also appeared in Microsoft XP.The Candy theme was never actually released. Instead, …
 
Researchers are claiming that time travel is theoretically possible but cannot change past events.According to theoretical physics, if a person traveled to a time in the past and tried to change things, subsequent events would correct any efforts to change the past.To explain their findings, the researchers used the “billiard-ball model,” which vis…
 
A 33-year-old bank manager on vacation found a 9.07-carat diamond at a park in Arkansas.In early September, Kevin Kinard and his friends traveled to Crater of Diamonds State Park to look for diamonds. The park sits on a volcanic crater and has a large expanse where people can dig to look for diamonds. Park visitors are allowed to keep any diamonds …
 
The Four Seasons Resort Orlando at Walt Disney World is offering remote study sessions and learning venues for students.Dubbed as “schoolcation,” the resort’s new offering allows children to attend virtual classes from its dedicated learning space. It is available on weekdays and costs $50 for a half-day session or $100 for a full-day session. Half…
 
Researchers have identified a treatment that can potentially cure enterovirus 71, a common cause of hand, foot, and mouth disease (HFMD).The disease is rampant among young children in Southeast Asia. It can be spread through saliva, nose or throat discharge, or contact with contaminated objects and surfaces. Its signs include rashes and blisters, w…
 
American technology company Intel has rebranded its logo with the release of its 11th generation chips.The company decided to remodel the logo with a simpler typeface but retained some of its trademark elements, such as the classic blue coloring. Intel Senior Vice President and Chief Marketing Officer Karen Walker said that the rebranding showcases…
 
A tiny record store for mice has been built in Lund, Sweden.Called Ricotta Records, the store features an array of mouse-themed records in its display window. The records are by “mouse artists” such as Tailor Swiss, Niki Fromaj, and Lady Gouda, whose names are puns on types of cheese and American singers Taylor Swift, Nicki Minaj, and Lady Gaga.The…
 
The Food and Drug Administration (FDA) has warned consumers about hand sanitizers that are packaged in food-like containers.The FDA found that some hand sanitizers are sold in packages that resemble juice bottles, water bottles, beer cans, and food pouches for kids. Some sanitizers are even labeled with flavors like chocolate and raspberry.Accordin…
 
Vinyl records have been the top-selling physical media format in the United States for the first time in almost 40 years.According to the Recording Industry Association of America (RIAA), vinyl record sales reached around $232 million, while CD sales only amounted to roughly $130 million. Vinyl records preceded cassette tapes and CDs as a media for…
 
An observation deck that sits 3,251 meters above sea level was built on top of the Schnals [shnals] Valley Glacier in South Tyrol, Italy.Called Ötzi Peak, the deck was named after Ötzi the Iceman, the world’s oldest glacier mummy, who lived between 3400 and 3100 BCE. Ötzi Peak, which overlooks the area where the mummy was found in 1991, was designe…
 
Experts have unearthed skeletons of mammoths and other animals at the construction site for the new Santa Lucia airport in Mexico.Lead archaeologist Rubén Manzanilla López said that his team has excavated the bones of around 200 mammoths at the site. He explained that herds of mammoths might have stayed at the site because of grasslands and lakes t…
 
A new study found that at least 2 minutes of daily exercise can improve young adults’ mental abilities.According to researchers from Sweden, regular exercise can be linked to improved memory and cognitive functions. However, very little is known about the relationship between exercise and mental abilities specifically in young adults.To conduct the…
 
The German government is aiming to be the pioneer in permitting self-driving cars on public roads.In early September, German public officials and automotive industry executives participated in an online conference to discuss the country’s struggling automotive industry. In a bid to make Germany the world leader in autonomous driving, the parties de…
 
A couple in the United Kingdom spent thousands of dollars to make cardboard cutouts of their wedding guests.Newlyweds Romanee and Sam Rondeau-Smith from Guildford were only allowed to have 14 actual attendees at their wedding, so they brought 48 cardboard cutouts of their other guests with them. They requested guests who could not attend the event …
 
A music composition designed to play for over 600 years just changed its chord for the first time in seven years.The piece, titled As Slow as Possible (ASLSP), was written by avant-garde composer John Cage in 1985. His works include the piece 4’33” (Four Minutes and 33 Seconds), a composition in which performers remain silent the whole time.ASLSP w…
 
The National Aeronautics and Space Administration (NASA) recently announced that it is willing to pay private companies that can collect dirt, rocks, and other minerals from the Moon.Companies that intend to sell lunar resources will need to provide proof that they have indeed collected samples by sending images and data to NASA. According to NASA,…
 
A recent study has found that children use both the left and right hemispheres of their brains to understand language.Previous studies have shown that nearly all adults process language in the left side of their brain and that damage to this region usually results in language impairment. However, unlike in adults, language-related functions can sti…
 
Tarform, a New York-based electric vehicle startup, has launched a new e-motorcycle.The Tarform Luna was developed based on the company's mission to create sustainable e-motorcycles with aesthetic design and craftsmanship. The e-motorcycle can go from 0 to 97 kph in just 3.8 seconds and can reach a maximum speed of 193 kph. It takes around an hour …
 
A new study found that paracetamol, a common painkiller, can induce risky behavior.Previous studies have shown that paracetamol can dampen positive feelings, lower empathy levels, and reduce cognitive functions. To understand whether the drug can also increase risky behavior, researchers conducted experiments on over 500 university students. The pa…
 
Nintendo has announced that one of its vintage consoles, Game & Watch, will be relaunched for a limited time.The Game & Watch devices were originally released in 1980 and manufactured until 1991. The console became a sensation, selling over 43 million units. Each device was designed to play only one game, and Nintendo released a total of 59 handhel…
 
Peloton, an American home fitness company, announced that it will launch a treadmill that costs under $3,000 in early 2021.Called Tread, the new treadmill will cost only $2,495. It will be smaller and have a simpler belt compared to Peloton’s previous model. The new model will come with a modified tablet screen with built-in speakers. The adjustabl…
 
Researchers have discovered remnants of rust on the Moon and said that Earth may be responsible.In a study published in the journal Science Advances, the researchers found that the composition of the Moon’s poles is different from that of its other areas. Upon inspection of the poles, lead author Shuai Li found traces of the mineral hematite, commo…
 
The world’s first happiness museum has opened in Copenhagen, Denmark.The Happiness Museum was founded by author Meik Wiking [VAHY-king] and curated by the Happiness Research Institute, a private organization that focuses on people’s well-being and quality of life. The museum has eight exhibits that explore the role of happiness in different areas o…
 
Indian start-up Phool.co has found a way to turn discarded temple flowers into vegan leather called “fleather.”Three years ago, the start-up was founded by Ankit Agarwal and Prateek Kumar to address the large amount of floral waste being dumped into the Ganges River. Phool.co upcycles nearly 8,000 kilograms of discarded flowers daily, turning them …
 
Sweden-based company Candela has unveiled the first-ever electric-powered speedboat that can reduce seasickness, a type of motion sickness characterized by dizziness and nausea experienced when riding a watercraft.The speedboat, called the Candela Seven, uses hydrofoil technology that enables it to skip over waves instead of slamming against them. …
 
Researchers from the University of South Australia found that cooking red meat at high temperatures can increase the risk of degenerative diseases.According to the study, eating red and processed meat may increase the risk of cardiovascular disease and diabetes complications. The researchers also found that exposing the protein and sugar in meat to…
 
A private school in Kirinyaga, Kenya, has turned its classrooms into chicken coops because of the Covid-19 lockdowns.Joseph Maina, the owner of Mwea [muh-WEH-yuh] Brethren School, has converted his facilities into a chicken farm. Together with his wife, Maina is rearing over a thousand chickens.Maina explained that he went broke because he continue…
 
Indianapolis Power & Light (IPL) has been fined around $1.5 million for violating environmental laws in Petersburg, Indiana.The fine was issued after the US Department of Justice slammed the company for continuous violations of the Clean Air Act, a law enacted to protect air quality in the country.According to a complaint filed in the Southern Dist…
 
Italian parents are no longer obligated to financially support their adult children, according to a new ruling by the Italian Supreme Court.The ruling came in July after the closing of a five-year case, in which a 35-year-old part-time teacher demanded his parents’ financial support because he could not get by on just his annual income. The local c…
 
Microsoft has released a new version of Flight Simulator, a video game in which players take the role of a pilot and fly around the world.The video game is the tech company’s oldest franchise and was first launched in 1982. After a 14-year hiatus, it was recently relaunched with new features like live weather and a huge world map. This latest versi…
 
Researchers from Finland discovered that the amino acid L-Cysteine [el SIS-tee-een] can cure hangovers.L-Cysteine can be naturally found in eggs, dairy products, nuts, and seeds. It is important for the body’s metabolic functions and in making protein. In medical settings, L-Cysteine is used to treat arthritis and some lung diseases.Previous studie…
 
A new study has found that easy access to the internet for homework is not good for students’ learning.According to the study, being able to easily get information online is harming students’ ability to retain information. Researchers found that some students who relied on the internet to do their homework got higher homework scores but lower exam …
 
A rare houseplant was sold for more than $5,000 on an online bidding site.An anonymous buyer from New Zealand bought a rare variegated houseplant from the online auction site Trade Me. The seller’s minimum price for the plant was only $1, but it was auctioned off for $5,291. According to reports, it was the most expensive plant ever sold on an auct…
 
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