Ade Smith

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11 ways to stop procrastinating right now

Every day, you decide that you're going to finally give up procrastinating forever.<p>And then you decide to put if off till tomorrow.<p>Don't worry. There are tips and tricks out there that'll help you kick procrastination to the curb for good.<p>Here are 11 ideas for getting your productivity back on …

Why the Saudis Are Going Solar

The fate of one of the biggest fossil-fuel producers may now depend on its investment in renewable energy.<p>Prince Turki bin Saud bin Mohammad Al Saud belongs to the family that rules Saudi Arabia. He wears a white <i>thawb</i> and <i>ghutra</i>, the traditional robe and headdress of Arab men, and he has a cavernous …

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Wall Street Costs The Economy 2% Of GDP Each Year

“Wall Street is back,” says the <i>New York Times</i>, and the economic cost is high. The excessive financialization of the U.S. economy reduces GDP growth by 2% every year, according to a new study by International Monetary Fund. That’s a massive drag on the economy–some $320 billion per year. Wall Street …

Mad Max before and after shots show what’s real and what's fake

Much has been made of the incredible practical stunts used in <i>Mad Max: Fury Road</i>, but the final product that hit movie screens is the result of combining those stunning special effects with some deft visual effects. Now, thanks to <i>Fxguide</i>, we can see just where the reality ends and the CGI begins. …

9 things you never knew about Guy Fawkes

<i>As Bonfire Night preparations get underway, we take a look at some of the common misconceptions and lesser known facts about our favourite villain</i><p>1. Guy Fawkes did not die from being hung, drawn and quartered<p>The traditional death for traitors in 17th-century England was to be hanged from the …