Comic book tales of masked do-gooders now dominate cinemas, but these stories are not new – in fact, they have their origins in antiquity, writes Natalie Haynes. Over the past few years, even the most
The return of "Seated Woman" by Henri Matisse to the Rosenberg family was his work. So was the restoration of "A Portrait of a Gentleman", by 16th-century artist El Greco, to the descendents of Jewish
Rather than let the internet kill your productivity, make it work for you. We've collected some of the best free online resources to save you time and streamline your work day. This is an update of an
Remove the fanfare and most writing advice boils down to read more, write more, and get better feedback. Let's talk about that first one. If writing is output, reading is often the most important input.
Once upon a time, Mary Miller was the co-owner of a janitorial services company who viewed every day at work as a war. Cleaning up after people is a tough gig. It's something that a lot of people do for
The longer you live, the more you realize that the difference between success and magnificent failure lies in how well you understand people. If you’re like many, that fact makes you regret not having
Most people's biggest job-hunting fear is being put on the spot by oddball interview questions such as these (which are real): "Describe the color yellow to someone who's blind." - Spirit Airlines "If
If Google has its way you won't need to touch a screen at all anymore. The company's lab for advanced projects showed off new technology on Friday that lets users move their fingers in the air to control