New research sheds more light on the strong ties between an original mind and a troubled one. The idea that very creative people are also a little crazy has been around since humanity’s earliest days.
Debunking the social stigma around late risers, or what Einstein has to do with teens’ risk for smoking. “Six hours’ sleep for a man, seven for a woman, and eight for a fool,” Napoleon famously prescribed.
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Two recent developments suggest that Apple will use and extend its brand power as the primary engine of adoption for its forthcoming iWatch. The first is the launch of the first smartwatches with the Android
Tracy Morgan got a bit of good news Saturday: His physical therapy routine following the June 7 New Jersey Turnpike crash has progressed far enough that he's been released from a rehabilitation clinic.
It turns out that telling the back story of "Breaking Bad's" smarmy lawyer, Saul Goodman, requires the same type of care and attention that the character puts into his flashy suits and strategically combed
Photo by Mitch Manzella Radiohead took a year off, and in that time, Thom Yorke focused on Atoms for Peace, Jonny Greenwood worked with orchestras, Philip Selway prepped a new solo album, and Colin Greenwood
James Holmes, Timothy McVeigh, Adam Lanza (AP/RJ Sangosti/Ho) The LAX shooter, once again, is reported to be a white male. Here’s why they’re always first to violence Michael Kimmel November 1, 2013 7:59pm
fastcoexist.com - About the author Christine Champagne is a New York City-based journalist best known for covering creativity in television and film, interviewing the talent in front of the camera and behind-the-scenes. She has written for outlets including Emmy, Variety, VanityFair.com, Redbook, Time Out New York and TVSquad.com. More
Announced on October 22nd this year, the iPad Air updated Apple’s larger tablet range with the new A7 64-bit processor, iOS7, and a redesign of the popular tablet. Would Apple’s new tablet retain their
The forecasting pundits all seem to have zeroed in on one must-have IT gift for 2014, and that’s the Internet of Things. I have to admit to being somewhat puzzled by this, for a variety of reasons. First
Not that long ago I wrote that the console wars are just getting started. At the time, I said that it would be months if not longer before we had a clear picture of the “winner” in the war for the modern
The second in a series. We’ve already written about why 2014 is really, finally the year that the “internet of things”—that effort to remotely control every object on earth—becomes visible in our everyday
My friends aren’t using Instagram Direct, at least not yet. I’ve received just two IGD messages since it launched Thursday. In the meantime, over 20 close friends I regularly message with elsewhere have
On the hunt for some of the better new apps to arrive for iOS over the past month? Your search is over. Here’s 17 of the best to hit the App Store in March. WeTransfer WeTransfer, the service for sending
Monday mornings are the most critical time of the workweek, as they set the stage for the day and week ahead. "Because you've stepped away for a couple days, these back-to-work mornings are the most memorable
“It feels like it’s a really nourishing and optimistic time to have conversations with publishers and to rethink how media should look online.” Craig Mod spends a lot of time in motion. He’s also spends
I am an introvert. My consulting business blooms or withers largely on the basis of my networking prowess. Fifteen years ago, this painful dichotomy kept me up at night. I signed up for a networking event