Over these terrible, horrible, not at all trivial
During testing, psychologists measured electrodermal activity (changes in the skin's sweat glands), while users were most likely to break a sweat when they believed they had lost important data, sweat levels weren't that far behind when trivial
data was considered lost by participants.
nature of unlocking an iPhone does not serve as an indictment of Apple, McAfee said, as "any computer can be [cracked], and it is a half hour job.
NASDAQ: HAS) said they have launched the Trivial
Pursuit & Friends mobile game.
People need to know the truth, everyone would agree with this, but it seems the elderly are the ones that suffer the most, with trivial
issues being exaggerated.
The debate should be about those consequences and not some trivial
matter The list of words that might cause offense is endless and heard extensively throughout Wales and includes Paddy, Jock and Scouser and, interestingly, apologist
In this visionary novel, "The Yogini With A Thousand Eyes, each day the heroine," Annajoy, carries on an elegant meditative dance with the unremarkable trivial
events that occur during her daily life in Amsterdam.
Passing sentence at Southwark Crown Court yesterday, Judge Anthony Leonard told him: "These offences may have taken place a long time ago, when inappropriate and trivial
sexual behaviour was more likely to be tolerated, but your offending was not trivial
, but of a very serious nature.
Most of the facts are serious, some are trivial
But of all the truly trifling crimes there has been none more trivial
Maybe a couple of officers could have sorted this out and, yes, we do think its trivial
Although boredom is common, it's no trivial
matter, claims psychologist