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22 ways to earn passive income

Making money while you sleep.<p>Has a nice ring to it, doesn't it?<p>After reading books like "Rich Dad Poor Dad" and "4 Hour Work Week," I became interested obsessed with making passive income.<p>Whenever someone needs additional income, the stereotypical suggestion offered is to "get a part-time job."<p>But …

These 8 in-demand programming languages are the ones to have on your resume in 2016

<i>The Insider Picks team writes about stuff we think you'll like. Business Insider has affiliate partnerships so we may get a share of the revenue from your purchase.</i><p>Tech Hub/flickrIn early 2015 Glassdoor.com made a list of the 25 highest paying in-demand jobs in the country. Of the 25 careers …

8 Fabulous web Tools for Research Students

September 28, 2015<br>Being a scholar entails doing a lot of research, readings, and writing of papers. Thankfully, technology can be of tremendous help …

Education Technology

Quantum entanglement: New study predicts a quantum Goldilocks effect

Just as in the well-known children's story of Goldilocks and the Three Bears, something good happens when things are done in moderation, rather than …

Research

Shinsei Ryu: Error-free quantum calculations

<b>Shinsei Ryu, 37<br>Univ. of Illinois at Urbana-Champaign | Quantum Physics<br>Graduate school: University of Tokyo</b><p>On the boundary between the quantum and …

Einstein's Parable of Quantum Insanity

<i>From</i> <i>Quanta Magazine</i> <i>(</i><i>find original story here</i><i>).</i><p>“Insanity is doing the same thing over and over and expecting different results.”<p>That witticism—I’ll …

How should you tap into Silicon Valley?

Not by sticking a toe in the water. Get your management team aligned and then commit.<p><b>The roughly 1,800-square-mile area</b> commonly known as Silicon …

Hacker groups shifting to corporate cyberespionage schemes

Financially motivated hacker groups are turning their attention to corporate cyberespionage -- specifically, breaching...<p>enterprises to obtain …

Cybersecurity

Europe's airlines spruce up their jet fuel hedges | Reuters

LONDON (Reuters) - European airlines are exploiting a collapse in oil prices by hedging more of their fuel needs further into the future, but those that kept their powder dry before the rout are emerging as clear winners, industry sources say.<p>An aircraft flies past the moon over Anterselva, …

Oil

11 IoT Programming Languages Worth Knowing

Choosing which language to use for an Internet of Things project can be as big a decision as choosing a hardware platform. Here are 11 options to …

Business Technology

Stanford researchers 'cool' sunlight to improve solar cell efficiency

A team of researchers from Stanford University have devised an ingenious means of boosting the efficiency of solar panels by exploiting a fundamental physics phenomenon. Solar panels lose efficiency as they heat up. Just as the top of your head radiates excess body heat as infrared light, the …

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Zymergen looks to marry synthetic biology, new materials and machine learning to create a million new genomes

Dr. Zach Serber, co-founder of Zymergen, explains his company’s efforts to marry synthetic biology, machine learning and materials science to endow …

Schrödinger’s bacterium: physicists plan to put a microbe in two places at the same time

Okay, this is WAY above my pay grade, but I’ve been sent articles on this by several authors, including an explanation at the <i>Guardian</i>. It’s a …

Quantum Mechanics

Are you trying to acquire Machine Learning Skills?

<b>By Kader Muhideen V</b>, (Tata Consultancy Services)<p>I would like to share my learning experience on Machine Learning for the past few months :<p>It was end …

Machine Learning

Straws in the LHC wind: Lepton universality & an update on "that bump"

As new data continue to be collected at CERN, another look at some of the straws in the wind, otherwise known as “hints of new physics”, that might develop into exciting breakthroughs<p>A couple of months ago I wrote about an anomalous bump in data from the Large Hadron Collider at CERN. This is one …

Physics

General Theory of Relativity explained: The beautiful simplicity (and weird time sags) of Einstein's 100-year-old masterpiece

In his youth, Albert Einstein spent a year loafing aimlessly. You don't get anywhere by not "wasting" time – something, unfortunately, which the …

Physics

Engineers Are Modeling Quantum Computers Based on Sound

It makes a lot of sense actually.<p>With all of the current quantum computing chatter and, arguably, quantum hype, you'd think we had quantum computing figured at least to the point where we know what one will actually look like.<p>Not quite. Connecting qubits across meaningful distances—entangling them, …

Hidden in Einstein's Math: Faster-than-Light Travel?

Although Einstein's theories suggest nothing can move faster than the speed of light, two scientists have extended his equations to show what would …

Physics

The theory of parallel universes is not just maths – it is science that can be tested

The existence of parallel universes may seem like something cooked up by science fiction writers, with little relevance to modern theoretical …

Passing Quantum Secrets: The Next Level Beyond Quantum Computing

<i>This article was originally published on The Conversation. The publication contributed this article to Live Science's Expert Voices: Op-Ed & Insights.</i><p>…

Quantum Computing

Engineer Medical

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Passive Income: Legitimate Income Opportunities – Build Lifetime of Passive Income in less than 6 Months | Trading Mates | Sharing Financial Freedom

Passive Income - Legitimate Income Opportunities<p><i>Build Lifetime of Passive Income in less than 6 Months</i><p>People with jobs believe that their 'income' is …

A former Goldman Sachs employee who launched a startup says this is the most impressive question a job candidate has asked her

Becca Brown, cofounder of Solemates, a brand of women's shoe-care products, estimates that she has conducted nearly 60 job interviews since launching her business six years ago — and dozens per year before that when she worked at Goldman Sachs for nearly eight years.<p>She tells Business Insider that …

This ex-Googler thought of a way to fix Google Analytics — but felt he had to leave the company to make it happen his way

He and cofounder Alex López launched Plytix in 2014, and have now raised $500,000 in seed funding from SEED Capital and other unnamed angel investors, TechCrunch reports.<p>"Google Analytics is concerned with giving you data about your own website," Poulsen told Business Insider. "But if you think of …

Silicon valley down under

Australia and New Zealand are rapidly emerging as two of the healthiest tech ecosystems in the world, where innovation is thriving and venture capital is flowing. Every year, we see more startups from Australia and New Zealand following the same pattern: huge growth, successfully funded, global …

Bitcoin's Shared Ledger Technology: Money's New Operating System

On July 31, 2014 Adam Ludwin, Devon Gundry and Ryan Smith–no-names in the world of finance–walked into a windowless conference room in a Los Angeles office building near LAX and sat down on black leather executive chairs at a mahogany table that could seat 12. A dual-screen teleconferencing unit …

Bitcoin

MIT’s Plan To Inspire The Next Generation Of Bitcoin Innovators

New courses will study the origins of Bitcoin, and its surprisingly varied potential applications.<p>In recent years, there has been a lot of enthusiasm for how cryptocurrencies will create new platforms, markets, and economies. But what will the future of commerce and, indeed, the world look like? A …

Physicists discover ring of exotic 'exceptional points' - Futurity

Physicists have long known about the existence of "exceptional points" where two physical states coalesce. Now they've discovered a continuous ring …

Physics