Lucas Perez

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4 Easy Blogging Prompts For Entrepreneurs (Or Anyone)

Whenever I talk to entrepreneurs about the importance of blogging, I usually get the same pained look and exasperated question: “But where am I supposed to get all that content?”<p>Many of them feel like without big marketing or PR engines helping them track down relevant topics, they don’t have the …

Pink Floyd's new album 'The Endless River' is here

The psychedelic rock pioneers set sail again<p>Pink Floyd fans freaked out when they found out the legendary psychedelic rock band would be putting out a whole new album of previously unreleased music titled <i>The Endless River</i><i>.</i> The first single landed last week and only further stoked interest in the …

Why You Don't Want to Give Financial Information to All of Your Investors

Shouldn't an investor who has given you tens of thousands of his or her hard-earned money be entitled to know how you're doing? Yes. And no.<p>We all know that funding markets have changed for startups. The trends are well understood: more angels, more seed funds, more crowdsourcing and so forth. We …

Kitty DNA Shows Cats Have Evolved To Learn From Treats

So toilet-training really should work, right?<p>A cat can't tell you much about its history (mrow?) but its genetics can. Today, an international team of geneticists is publishing the most thorough read yet of the DNA of a domestic cat. This is the first time scientists have read the cat genome …

Your science questions answered

Q Given the fact that the atom consists mainly of empty space and glass has a much higher density than paper, why is it that I can’t look through a sheet of paper but easily through centimetre-thick glass? asks Thoralf Schubert<p>A As Professor Philip Moriarty from the University of Nottingham …

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America's dual economy

How's the U.S. economy doing?<p>If you're a glass half-full type, it's easy to point to the fact that the economy is expanding again and unemployment is at a six year low. Gas is back under $3 a gallon, the stock market is at an all-time high and this year's job gains are on track to be the best since …

Europe Was a Melting Pot From the Start, Ancient DNA Reveals

Genetic analysis of a 37,000-year-old human bone from Russia suggests widespread intermingling during Paleolithic times.<p>Modern Europeans have genetic ties that bind them together much further back in time than once thought, scientists report after analyzing a prehistoric Russian man's DNA.<p>Scraps of …

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Book Talk: E. O. Wilson's Bold Vision for Saving the World

When we see how badly we're destabilizing the world, Wilson says, we'll turn to reason.<p>Edward O. Wilson has been called the heir of Darwin. His relationship to <i>National Geographic</i> stretches back to 1939, when, as a ten-year-old boy, he read about insects in the magazine and made up his mind to be an …

How to become a software developer without a degree

In 2014, careers in the software industry are wide open – even for people who don't have a degree in the subject. Although it is a highly skilled profession, unlike areas such as law and finance, there are no accreditations or formal exams needed to become a developer.<p>Generally, graduate …

#theLIST: French Fare

From the classic bistro to brand new cafés, take a look at the best French restaurants New York has to offer.<p>From the classic bistro to brand new cafés, take a look at the best French restaurants New York has to offer.