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Here’s How Much Sleep Babies and Kids Need, By Age

It’s no secret that adults aren’t getting enough sleep, and that’s a problem since more research is confirming that poor sleep can have lasting …

Kayak Co-Founder Paul English Cashed Out for $2 Billion. Now He Moonlights for Uber | Inc.com

Last year, Paul English, a co-founder of the travel booking site Kayak--which Priceline bought for $1.8 billion in 2012--looked at his calendar. Ninety percent of his meetings and outings, he realized, were with people in tech or nonprofits. He wanted to broaden his circle. So he started driving …

High School

Former investment banker who quit to travel the world on her own on 40% of her old salary: 'I feel richer now'

Before she left, she'd been earning six figures a year, including her commission. But she remembers that she wasn't happy with her lifestyle.<p>"It was hard for me when our paid time off was only 14 days per year," she told Business Insider in fall 2015.<p>"We'd go to the office puking our guts out …

7 things financially successful people refuse to do

The truth is, ordinary people can do extraordinary things. But it's not just what they choose to do that matters, it's what they refuse to do that matters as well.<p>Let's take a look at some things enormously successful people refuse to do.

The Sneaky Life of the World’s Most Mysterious Plant

It looks so ordinary, this vine. But it’s not. It is, arguably, the most mysteriously talented, most surprising plant in the world.<p>It’s called <i>Boquila trifoliolata</i>, and it lives in the temperate rain forests of Chile and Argentina. It does what most vines do—it crawls across the forest floor, …

Woody Allen

ResearchKit did in 24 hours what would normally take 50 medical centers a year – Stanford University

Stanford University said that 11,000 iPhone owners signed up for a heart health study using Apple’s newly-announced ResearchKit in the first 24 hours–completely unprecedented numbers.<p>“To get 10,000 people enrolled in a medical study normally, it would take a year and 50 medical centers around the …

NSA director defends plan to maintain 'backdoors' into technology companies

The National Security Agency director, Mike Rogers, on Monday sought to calm a chorus of doubts about the government’s plans to maintain built-in access to data held by US technology companies, saying such “backdoors” would not be harmful to privacy, would not fatally compromise encryption and …

Cyber-attacks

OK, don't read this article about passive-aggressive behaviour. Honestly, it's fine

It was Valentine’s Day recently, a fraught time for anyone in a relationship. Perhaps the gift you got your partner was obviously a last minute purchase from a petrol station? Or maybe you ignored Valentine’s Day because you both agreed it’s stupid, only your partner didn’t <i>quite</i> mean it?<p>Whatever …

Psychology

8 Reasons You'll Be More Productive As A Digital Nomad

We're all for unplugging on vacation. But in order to make travel a lifestyle, you're gonna have to work while abroad. The good news is you'll join a legion of digital nomads, tech-based professionals who make travel their second occupation. At hostels, hotels, apartments and even on beaches, these …

Yahoo spins off Alibaba holdings as sales sputter

CEO Marissa Mayer's attempt to turn around Yahoo continues to stumble, but investors were happy about one thing: The Internet giant has a plan to avoid a giant tax bill related to its investment in e-commerce giant Alibaba.<p>The company on Tuesday said it is spinning off its remaining stake in …

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