Since 2004, Peter Post has tackled readers’ questions in The Boston Sunday Globe’s weekly business etiquette advice column, Etiquette at Work. In October 2003 his book “Essential Manners For Men” was released and quickly became a New York Times best seller. His media appearances include “CBS Sunday Morning,” CBS’s “The Early Show,” NBC’s “Today,” ABC’s “Good Morning America,” and “Fox News.”.

The result is what project originator Central Standard Time claims is the world’s thinnest watch at 0.8 mm, one that dispenses with traditional straps and clasps with its bangle design. Unfortunately, the slim profile makes for some compromises. The watch requires a base station in order to be charged, which needs to take place about once per month, and the power cell is slated to burn out in about 15 years.

The Fran and Dan Keller story popped up in an unusual place last week: the Vanity Fair Confidential documentary series (on the Investigation Discovery TV channel, also available for $1.99 on YouTube). “Nightmares on Main Street” recounts the decades long ordeal of the Kellers, who spent 21 years in prison for alleged “satanic ritual abuse” crimes at their Oak Hill day care center that is, for crimes that never happened. The “forensic files” documentary style is jarringly melodramatic heavy with jump cuts, brooding music and somber narration, and manufactured suspense and is far too credulous of the nationwide Eighties “Satanic Panic” prosecutions.

Ann McKee published her groundbreaking study of the brains of 111 former National Football League players this year, the problem of chronic traumatic encephalopathy (or CTE) had already enveloped pro football. Ann McKee published her groundbreaking study of the brains of 111 former National Football League players this year, the problem of chronic traumatic encephalopathy (or CTE) had already enveloped pro football. A degenerative brain disease that plagues brain trauma victims from military veterans to boxers, CTE systematically kills brain cells via a protein called Tau.

He didn’t go in the first round. Or the second. He came out of Tennessee State as the 53rd pick, an early selection of the third round, a round that has since been abolished. We examine the effect of swapping components on a reliability importance measure for the specific components, and we also consider the joint reliability importance of two components. Such swapping of components may be an attractive means toward more resilient systems and could be an alternative to adding more components to achieve redundancy of repair and replacement activities. Swapping components, if possible, is likely to incur some costs, for example for the actual swap or to prepare components to be able to take over functionality of another component.