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When Does Efficiency Become Stupid?

Going as fast as possible sure feels great. As long as you’re going in the right direction.<p>Okay, so you say you want to be the world’s fastest mountain climber, nine-time entrepreneur Daniel Epstein asks us to imagine. You bend your whole life around it–sleep schedule, relationships, and credit …

6 Fast Easy Fresh Recipes, from Roast Salmon to Braised Chicken

Six quick meals that are as flavorful as they are easy to make, whether for your family or for dinner guests<p>Too often, we make food for our families that's ho-hum, like breaded chicken, plain salmon with rice, or pasta with some veggies tossed in. But it's easy to bring a little excitement into the …

Eggplant Parmesan with Fresh Mozzarella

8 Servings<p>Removing all but a strip of the eggplant’s skin lets the flesh meld with the sauce without falling apart—that's the secret of this baked eggplant parmesan recipe. This is part of BA's Best, a collection of our essential recipes.<p>October 2013Print<p>Ingredients<p>¾ cup plus 2 Tbsp. olive oil, …

In the new issue of Guitar World on stands NOW! #unblackened

Devotees of both "The Simpsons" and The Economist will know that the former once parodied the high seriousness of the latter with a scene in which Homer, thumbing a copy, remarks: "Did you know that Indonesia is at a crossroads?" Homer's question, however, now seems worryingly apposite. The country's economy is stuttering and investors are getting out. Is Indonesia now really at a crossroads? http://econ.st/16tffBa

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5 Sky Events This Week: Red Planet, Bull’s Eye, and Jovian Giant

<b>Heading into the final days of September and first week of autumn sky-watchers will find the moon dancing with celestial luminaries like planets and stars.</b><p><b>Mercury and Spica.</b> Within a half hour after sunset on Tuesday, September 24, look toward the very low southwest horizon for planet Mercury …