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Here's one time-wasting mistake the most successful people almost never make

Procrastination is a tendency that many of us struggle with. It's also a trait that can seriously hamper your success, in both the short and long term.<p>In order to understand (and beat) time wasting habits, it's important to recognize how exactly the most successful manage their time.<p>TopResume …

Success

This Android app lets you multi-task while watching YouTube

I love watching YouTube videos on my phone, but I don’t like being restricted to having the app open to enjoy them: why can’t I have it play clips in the background or in a small window while I continue to browse Reddit or flip through my to-do lists?<p>That’s where Flytube comes in handy. This clever …

Did Arabic Scholars Discover Evolution in the Ninth Century?

One thousand years ago, when the United States of America did not exist and Oxford and Cambridge were backwaters of ignorance, the light of human reason shone brightly in places like Tunis, Cairo, and Baghdad. During the Abbasid caliphate for much of the 8th through middle 11th centuries, and also …

Theology

Alan Greenspan wants the US to go back on the gold standard

Before joining the feds, former Fed chief Alan "Bubbles" Greenspan was a strong proponent of gold and the gold standard.<p>He wrote clearly and forcefully about how it was necessary to restrain the Deep State and protect individual freedom.<p>Then he went to Washington and faced a fork in the tongue.<p>In …

Economics

Here's the email Microsoft CEO Satya Nadella sent employees announcing a significant executive reorg

Turner was the last major part of former CEO Steve Ballmer's administration.<p>Microsoft CEO Satya Nadella sent this email out to employees explaining that he's not replacing Turner with a single individual as the new COO.<p>Instead he's rearranging the deck chairs among several top sales and marketing …

Salesforce

13 habits science shows will help you fall asleep faster and sleep better

But not sleeping, in addition to making you less efficient and more stressed, is terrible for your health.<p>Americans currently average 6.8 hours of sleep per night, down an hour from 1942. Four in 10 Americans don't even get the minimum of seven hours of sleep doctors recommend. That's a public …

Sleep

Iran's Revolutionary Guards: In 25 years Israel will no longer be on the map

Iran's Revolutionary Guards envisage a Jerusalem in 25 years from now when no Israel would be present on the map," the military organization said in …

South Asia

The First World War: a complete timeline

THE OPENING SHOTS: AUG - SEP 1914<p><b>August 4-25, 1914: German invasion of Belgium</b><p>German troops captured most of Belgium, including the fortress of Liège, with the Belgians losing 30,000 men and the Germans just 2,000.<p><b>August 7-25, 1914: Battle of the Frontiers</b><p>The French Plan XVII called for an …

Maps have ‘north’ at the top, but it could’ve been different

Why are almost all modern maps the same way up? Caroline Williams explores the intriguing history that led to this orientation – and discovers why it shapes how we see the world in more ways than we realise.<p>Imagine looking at the Earth from space. What is at the top of the planet? If you said the …

Imperial College London

Earth - It took centuries, but we now know the size of the Universe

"Let us go rambling about the Universe." This is the invitation that American astronomer Harlow Shapley gave to an audience in Washington DC in 1920. He was taking part in the so-called Great Debate with fellow scientist Heber Curtis on the scale of the Universe.<p>Shapley believed that our Milky Way …

Universe

Nancy Pelosi: The U.S. government invented the iPhone

Apple may be one of the world’s profitable tech company, but you know who invented its biggest single product, the iPhone? If you’re House Minority Leader Nancy Pelosi, the answer is simple: not Steve Jobs, Jony Ive or any combination of Apple employees — but rather the federal government.<p>Check out …