Money doesn't have all that much to do with happiness, and getting paid more doesn't always increase satisfaction. Those aren't exactly novel insights, but they're ones the 50 or so well-heeled professionals
Last week, the Oregon Shakespeare Festival announced that it had commissioned thirty-six playwrights to translate all of Shakespeare’s plays into modern English. The backlash began immediately, with O.S.F.
A brain-imaging study suggests the hormone might play a role in differences in how men and women speak. The unfortunate thing about studies on the differences between male and female brains is that they
The island was once home to a thriving deaf community and a now-extinct system of signing used by deaf and hearing people alike. From its founding in 1640 through the end of the 1800s, people who were
The vast majority of scientific papers today are published in English. What gets lost when other languages get left out? Newton’s Principia Mathematica was written in Latin; Einstein’s first influential
A poll suggests British youth are abandoning an old, confusing tradition. As alarmist headlines go, they were pretty puzzling. “Teenagers Aren’t Bobby Moore About Their Ruby Murrays and Their Rosie Lee,”
'Sword Art Online: The Beginning' goes into alpha testing next month. It's a bit odd that no one's thought to fuse the virtual-reality, role-playing game centric anime Sword Art Online into a proper VR
The astronauts heard the strange 'whistling sound' when they were orbiting the moon When three astronauts orbiting the moon noticed a strange “whistling sound” in outer space, they thought they were imagining