Arie Hartanto

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The biggest secret to learning a new language, according to a CEO who speaks 7

You put in tons of effort, but it just feels impossible to move off the plateau?<p>You have a large vocabulary, and you understand a lot but when it comes to speaking, you keep wondering why you can't sound like a native speaker?<p>Well, I had the same feeling with English when I started to learn it many …

This Is Why We Make Mistakes

According to research published in the journal <i>Neuron</i>, you shouldn't feel bad about making mistakes—it's just how our brains work.<p>In attempt to figure out why people can't seem to help but mess up—because even seasoned models trip on the runway sometimes—researchers at Duke University recorded …

Sony shows off its first set of weird and wild Future Labs prototypes

Last week, Sony took the wraps off its Future Lab initiative -- an R&D arm of the company showing off early prototypes of products and gathering feedback to help shape their development process. Today at SXSW, Sony showed off some of those prototypes to the press. As expected, the company had a new …

Razer Blade Stealth is a kick-ass alternative to Apple's MacBook Pro

Unless you’re a gamer, you’ve probably never heard of Razer.<p>The company’s known mostly for its performance gaming mice, keyboards and controllers …

Boeing’s new technology will disinfect 99.99% of gross lavatory germs in three seconds

Dread using airline lavatories near the end of a long flight, for fear of exposure to a host of vile germs? Boeing may have a solution for you.<p>The plane maker built a new self-cleaning toilet that it says can kill 99.99% of the germs coating airline lavatories in three seconds, the company …

Emerging Technology

20 best pasta recipes: part 3

Sam Harris’s linguine with mixed seafood<p>Serves 4<b><br>dried linguine</b> 500-600g<b><br>olive oil</b><b><br>garlic</b> 2 cloves, finely sliced<b><br>red chilli</b> 1 fresh, medium strength, finely chopped<b><br>raw tiger prawns</b> 8 medium-sized (4 peeled and reserve the heads)<b><br>tomato passata</b> 250ml<b><br>fresh mussels</b> 300g<b><br>white wine</b> 250ml<b><br>white fish fillets</b> …

Italian Food

How brain chemistry could help save your relationship

The brain areas associated with reward and enjoyment, as well as desire and euphoria, light up as the energy of desire is focused on one …

Can you really be addicted to porn?

Terry Crews is opening up about a very personal subject with the hope of helping others. Over the past few weeks, the <i>Brooklyn Nine-Nine</i> actor and former NFL player has posted a series of videos on Facebook in which he speaks candidly about his past addiction to porn.<p>“For years, my dirty little …

Talk to yourself out loud? Here's why experts say that's a good thing

“Keys. Keys,” you mumble while trying to remember where the heck your car keys are.<p>Suddenly, you spot them.<p>Is it possible that talking aloud about the keys helped you to find them? Or when you're mentally working through different scenarios, going through them out loud can help you focus.<p>Recently …

The incredible power of ignoring everything

Fyodor Dostoevsky, the 19th Century Russian author, once famously challenged his brother to try out a strange task: Don't think about a polar bear right now. “Try to pose for yourself this task: not to think of a polar bear, and you will see that the cursed thing will come to mind every minute,” …

Johns Hopkins University

Flat Design 2.0

Flat design has taken the design world by storm in the few years it’s been around, but no design movement ever stays 100% pure to its roots and …

How to ride a bike the right way, using science

About 94 percent of American adults know how to ride a bike, according to an August 2013 YouGov survey. Once you learn how to ride one, you probably never forget (thanks, muscle memory!). But most of us probably don't think too hard about <i>how</i> we actually ride a bike -- how we hop on board and get …

Bike Lanes

Special Report: Gravity’s Century

In 1915, the universe was small and static. Space was smooth. Gravity pulled things to the ground. At least that’s the way it was in the minds of all …

Ghostly Abkhazia: Photographer documents the country that doesn't officially exist

When American photographer Robert Walton Cooper travelled to Abkhazia, he didn't quite know what to expect. Once known as a holiday hotspot for the …

Georgia (Country)

Is this the future of work? Scientists predict which jobs will still be open to humans in 2035

Australian science agency CSIRO says workplaces will be increasingly digitally focused and automated. Who wants to be an ‘online chaperone’?<p>Workers looking for jobs in 2035 might consider retraining as remote-controlled vehicle operators or online chaperones.<p>Those are two of the jobs of the future …

Labor Economics

This startup has a radical way to save businesses time on menial office tasks

Businesses have to post an attractive task, pick a freelancer to do it (based on little information) and then hope it's a good match and that the work comes back at a decent quality.<p>If it's bad, they move onto the next one.<p>If they find the "one" who is a good fit, they will generally take the …

Stripe Makes a Big Bet on Letting Anyone, Anywhere, Start a U.S. Business

The high-profile payments startup, valued at $5 billion, has unveiled a new product to help international entrepreneurs incorporate in this country.<p>If you live outside the United States, Stripe wants to be your one-stop shop for setting up a business here.<p>The high-profile San Francisco startup, …

SEO Has Evolved To Search 'Experience' Optimization

The last few years, search engines such as Google, Bing, and even Apple, have been upgrading their algorithms and machine learning processes to account for the end-user’s experience. But, since their algorithms are built upon the work completed by automated crawling bots (pieces of software that …

SEO

Coca-Cola and Pepsi are depending on 'the marketing trick of the century' to save business

"Bottled water is the marketing trick of the century," writes John Jewell in The Week.<p>Companies selling bottled water, he argues, have managed to convince Western consumers that buying water is a healthier choice than sugary soda.<p>However, the comparison is a case of false equivalence. Bottled water …

Tap Water

The Scary, Practical Reason The US Navy Is Once Again Teaching Celestial Navigation

You can't hack the sky.<p>As GPS technology steadily becomes better and better, so does our reliance on it. Need to go to the store? Google Maps. Need …

Single and Looking for Love? Try This.

If you're in a relationship, you probably look forward to Valentine's Day. It's a day dedicated to being in love.<p>Someone you care deeply about thinks the world of you. It can be a wonderful feeling, but what about the single people who are still seeking their soul mate?<p>Valentine's can be different …

Alphabet was smart to pay Apple $1 billion

Alphabet's Android leads from a pure market-share total, but Apple's iOS commands a dominant position in mobile-device profits.<p>What is less well known is Alphabet's dependence on Apple for search-based revenue. Last year, a <i>New York Times</i> article cited a 2014 Goldman Sachs<b>'</b> study that found Google …

100 Minimal Logos – Premium Template Kit

A premium template kit of 100 well designed minimal logos from DesignDistrict.<p>The creative team of DesignDistrict has packed together this set of 100 …

20 Fantastic Flat Icons and Their Meaning In Logo Design

Icons tell stories. And when it comes to building visual identity for a brand, iconography plays a big part. Icons, incorporated into logos, not just make brand identities visually appealing but they also tend to deliver brand’s vision or underline message more effectively. Each icon ensues an …

Four Leading Theories on Why Humans Need to Sleep

It remains one of biology's biggest mysteries.<p>Outside of death, few things unite every member of the animal kingdom quite like sleep. Some animals, like the large hairy armadillo, sleep upwards of 20 hours a day in captivity, while others, like the giraffe, might only clock 10 minutes daily in the …

Time flies when you're a subatomic particle – new quantum mechanics turns spacetime on its head

Our ideas about time and the "direction" it moves in may need to go back to the drawing board, says physicist Joan Vaccaro, from Griffith University …

Is bacon dangerous? The science behind food trends

Is fat really bad for you? Should we consume less salt? And what’s wrong with gluten, anyway? A science writer and a consultant cardiologist separate fact from fiction<p><b>The great diet food con</b><p>Have you ever wondered why people on diets seem to be on and off them forever? Or why it’s really only people …

Nutrition

Stephen Hawking Just Published a New Solution to The Black Hole Information Paradox

How black holes can erase information, but also retain it.<p>Last year, British theoretical physicist Stephen Hawking hinted at research he and a couple …

Solar-powered action camera charges itself in about an hour

Mountable action cameras are pretty cool, but almost all of them share the same fatal flaw: limited battery life. At best, most cameras will only record continuously for a few hours before calling it quits for the day. What if you could get more recording time without swapping out batteries? That's …

10 most important things in advertising

<b>Snapchat's Lens Store is no more. Screenshot/Maya Kosoff</b><p>Good morning. Here's everything you need to know in the world of advertising today.<p><b>1. Snapchat is shutting down its Lens Store after just 2 months to focus on its ad business.</b> Snapchat also sells Sponsored Lenses to advertisers, which allow …

Advertising