javaworld.com - Peter Wayner is contributing editor at InfoWorld and the author of more than 16 books on diverse topics, including open source software, autonomous cars, privacy-enhanced computation, digital transactions, and steganography.
While on a mini-vacation to the "happiest place on earth," I began looking at every aspect of Disneyland as a learning opportunity to improve my business. Why is it that Disneyland is "the happiest place
From Software's critically acclaimed action-RPG Bloodborne is one of the PlayStation Plus free games of March 2018, which means there's going to be a multitude of newcomers playing the game for the first
You wake up with it in the morning and go to bed thinking about it at night: an ever-crushing load of emails, meetings, conference calls, and tasks that needed to get done yesterday. Family time means
Countless books and articles have been written about Warren Buffett. Surprisingly few have been written about his business partner of over 40 years, Charlie Munger. Munger has stayed out of the public
Pro tip #1: Play with Lego. In a February 2014 interview with Dr. Paul Jacobs, the then CEO of the wireless technology company Qualcomm and now its executive chairman, it dawned on me that there were threads
Sir Tim Berners-Lee, inventor of the world wide web, discusses his early career at CERN and how the web evolved from its initial concept. Watch the full interview with Sir Tim in our 'Where I Went Right'
The biomass plant is a proposal from Danish architect Bjarke Ingels This is the latest example we've seen of Northern Europe acting like its living 15 years in the future: a gorgeous biomass power plant
fastcoexist.com - About the author Ben Schiller is a New York staff writer for Fast Company. Previously, he edited a European management magazine and was a reporter in San Francisco, Prague, and Brussels. More
Could electrical currents replace Big Pharma? It's all in your head—those icky feelings, all that fog—and chemicals just aren't that great at cutting through. That's why scientists are experimenting changing
What sounds more ridiculous: That I paid $199 to attend a class called "2015: Like a Boss," or that it actually made my life better in a for-real way? Enlightenment can rear its divine head in many ways.