Jesse Crawford

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9 things that'll help your startup grow after the incubator stage

Did you know the first business incubator opened in the U.S. in 1959? Now flash forward to today and there are more than 7,000 incubators worldwide …

Startups

Sleep-Wake Cycle Controlled by Salts in the Brain

<b>Danish research is behind a new epoch-making discovery, which may prove decisive to future brain research. The level of salts in the brain plays a</b> …

How to Start a $100k Blog with $0 in Startup Capital: 7 Entrepreneurs Reveal Their Secrets

Every founder knows (or should know) that having a quality blog is integral to a startup’s success. Not only is it an effective way to build your …

Insomnia Linked To Abnormal Brain Connections In New Sleep Study

Insomnia is thought to affect one in three people in the UK.<p>People who suffer from insomnia are more likely to have damaged brain connections, a new …

Sleep Deprived: We're Recharging Our Phones, But Not Ourselves

Millions of Americans recharge their phones, screens and laptops before they go to bed at night, but do they recharge themselves?<p>Arianna Huffington, co-founder and editor in chief of <i>The Huffington Post</i>, says we are in the midst of a sleep-deprivation crisis that creates anxiety, as well as …

Want Solar Panels on Your Roof? Here's What You Need to Know

A handy reference for navigating an emerging industry.<p>The newness of mainstream consumer solar power poses a challenge. If you want to buy a car, for instance, there are plenty of people who’ve done it and can tell you how the process works. Putting solar panels on your roof costs as much as a car, …

Ebola deaths in Guinea prompt Liberia to close border

Liberia has closed its border with neighbouring Guinea where there have been at least four recent deaths from Ebola.<p>Two Ebola deaths and three suspected cases in Guinea 'flare-up'<p>Read more<p>The deaths have occurred since 29 February. Liberia was declared free of new transmissions of the virus in …

Disease

This Is What Happens To Your Brain When You Walk in Nature

Humans are designed to be outdoors. Our brains are wired to respond to the smells, sights, and sensations we receive there. When we spend daily time …

Distractify

The internet of things: how your TV, car and toys could spy on you

Can your smart TV spy on you? Absolutely, says the US director of national intelligence. The ever-widening array of “smart” web-enabled devices pundits have dubbed the internet of things [IoT] is a welcome gift to intelligence officials and law enforcement, according to director James Clapper.<p>“In …

Internet of Things

Your brain may be what interests that guy checking you out

Modern men increasingly value brains over beauty when choosing long-term mates, say researchers. While the common view is that our mate choices are …

1,500 Windows 3.1 shareware apps are now free, immortalized on your browser

Warp back to 1992 with Ross Perot, Saddam Hussein, hundreds of shareware nag notices.<p>Earlier this week, Internet Archive software collector and …

Microsoft Grabs iPhone Favorite To Dominate Mobile Software

Once more a popular indie application for iOS is sold to a larger company. Once more fans are worried about the fate of their favourite application. And once the suitor is Microsoft.<p>The latest mobile purchase by Redmond is a music application called Groove. Already a point of confusion with …

The Number One Secret to Superhuman Willpower

10 years ago, the scientific and journalistic world was telling you your self-esteem was the most important thing for your success and happiness. All …