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  • What kind of secondary market research does Apple conduct?

    Apple conducts primary research such as surveys, customer feedback and focus groups. However, what kind of secondary research methods do they use as well?

  • How can I make artificial light look more natural?

    My bedroom has a decently large size, but an extremely small window. This means that even on a sunny day, there's not much light let in. This means I have to keep the lights on all day. I hate the yellowish glow that normal bulbs release. I know there are "daylight bulbs", which have a color temperature similar to the sun. However, is there any way I can make my room appear even more naturally lit? For example the way I organise furniture or something? Any accent colours on the wall that would create a positive mood? Other life hacks? I'd appreciate any help.

    2 AnswersDecorating & Remodeling1 year ago
  • Can brushed motors run underwater?

    I know that brushless motors can run underwater, but can brushed motors do so for extended periods of time? This is assuming the brushed motor has no sensors or internal circuitry.

    5 AnswersHobbies & Crafts1 year ago
  • Is it better to have both cardio and muscle training in one session, or have them separately?

    I do a nice balance of cardio and muacle building at the gym. I go 3 times a week and spend 1.5-2 hours there during each training session. What I want to know is whether it's better to separate cardio training and muscle building on different days, or the same session? Why or why not?

    1 AnswerDiet & Fitness1 year ago
  • What did people (mostly teenagers) do in their spare time before video games, social media and similar sorts of enterntaiment were popular?

    Hi, I m 17, and live in a big city. Over the recent few months, I significantly cut back on the use of social media, videogames and screen-based enterntainment systems in general for personal reasons.

    My question: what did people, especially people of my age do in there spare time in the 80s, 90s and early 2000s before these things were really popular and more or less everyone started doing them?

    Nowadays, most of my friends spend every spare moment they have just scrolling through their phones or something similar.

    I know people back then used to hang out with their friends a lot more, but surely you can t do that all day and everyday, through something like school break.

    If you were about my age before you started spending a lot of time on screens, what did you spend most of your weekends doing when there was no school work?

    10 AnswersOther - Society & Culture1 year ago