While drivers have learned to rely on navigation apps for turn-by-turn directions and a whole lot more, it remains quite likely that no one app delivers everything you need in every situation. To wit:
A new mouse study suggests another reason why extra virgin olive oil (EVOO) may improve brain health and decrease risk of cognitive decline. A few caveats apply, as they do with all research of this kind,
It is the holiday season all around us, a special time of year where streets are beginning to glisten and life begins to be filled with extra bustle in preparation for the holidays, brining with it a of
For starters, do you foster a culture of transparency? Whether you subscribe to the notion that "everything rises and falls on leadership" or that "culture eats strategy for breakfast" (and, I might add,
Many companies are still struggling to make cybersecurity a vibrant, proactive part of strategy, operations, and culture. The root cause is twofold: (1) Cybersecurity is treated as a back-office job and
Existential crisis in 3... 2... 1... To paraphrase the big man Carl Sagan, everyone and everything you have ever known exists on that little speck. (That's not a picture of the Milky Way, but you get idea.)
This ancient queen of Palmyra conquered Egypt, captured Roman provinces, and nearly transformed her realm into an empire equal to Rome. Wealth, culture, and power dwelled in the city of Palmyra in the
This week, Basecamp launched a new, free tier of its project management software, which it calls Basecamp Personal. Basecamp was originally designed for small businesses, offering handy features like an
Did you know artificial intelligence is able to detect gunshots, analyze the sound, and then alert relevant agencies? This is one of the mind-blowing things AI can do when it hears and understands sounds.
As the holiday season approaches, retail employees will now have more on their minds. Absurdly Driven looks at the world of business with a skeptical eye and a firmly rooted tongue in cheek. It's especially
The moral of the story: Don't throw anything out. (Also, maybe unpack your moving boxes.) Thursday marks National Intern Day in the United States, so, I assume you have big things planned for your interns:
Time waits for no one, but occasionally, it does get stuck in a loop. So goes the premise of Alt-Frequencies, a new audio mystery in which players skim radio stations to uncover a government conspiracy.
If You Say Yes to Any of These 5 Questions, Science Says You Definitely Make Smarter Decisions Than Average
That's especially true if you focus more on what you can gain than what you might lose. Even though we do our best to make smart decisions, we all end up regretting at least a few choices. One reason that
If you can't beat 'em, join 'em. Go back a few years, and things seemed to be going OK at Kohl's. A decent customer loyalty program. Effective inventory management. And good locations that had helped the
Around 1,000 years ago (sometime between 1020 and 1050, to be as precise as we can be), a Muslim scholar living in Cairo wrote a book. Titled The Book of Curiosities of the Sciences and Marvels of the
Belize’s famous Blue Hole is incredible when viewed from above, but after an underwater expedition, we now know what lies at the very bottom. Last month, a historic scientific expedition went all the to
A series of new animations by a NASA scientist show just how zippy — and also how torturously slow — the speed of light can be. Light speed is the fastest that any material object can travel through space.
Andrew Ng, a computer scientist who led Google’s AI division, Google Brain, and formerly served as vice president and chief scientist at Baidu, is a veritable celebrity in the artificial intelligence industry.
A majestic image of the Milky Way setting red rock formations in Utah aglow took top prize at the tenth annual Insight Investment Astronomy Photographer of the Year contest. Beating out 133 other shortlisted