What you won't see when you're looking at the picturesque photos on social media is the out-of-breath photographer behind the lens. Trust me, there's no way after hours of hiking that anyone would look
Summer vacation. For most founders of early-stage and fast-growth companies those two words together are about as foreign as snow in August. Still, summer does tend to slow down the pace somewhat. So you
It’s not ISIS. The grisly attacks in France and Lebanon last week have fixed attention on the violence perpetrated by ISIS. But a study published this week indicates that the world’s deadliest terrorist
(Reuters/Pearl Gabel) When Exxon shares your view, time to reconsider. Bill Gates has divestment, clean energy and fossil fuels wrong Alex Lenferna November 7, 2015 4:59pm (UTC) The Bill and Melinda Gates
Solar is now the cheapest source of electric power in Chile, according to a new report by Deutsche Bank. In Chile’s most recent power auction, the bids from solar project developers came in at between
The Danube is a mighty river. It flows through Austria’s largest state and with it brings power: so much that the state’s governor says they no longer need to use fossil fuels to generate electricity.
Slavoj Žižek on Obama, Bernie, sex and democracy: “That’s the reality of global capitalism. Everyone is violating the rules”
(Verso/Borut Peterlin) Salon exclusive q-and-a: “When voters really do have a choice, it’s usually perceived as a crisis of democracy” Michael Schulson October 11, 2015 9:58am (UTC) As academic disciplines
Here’s an interesting question: If the world’s economy is filling markets with a pervasive sense of uncertainty, why is the art market picking up steam for yet another season of what would appear to be
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Luckily for the Earth, the world's supply of fossil fuels is limited. And for the past several decades, researchers have been looking for renewable energy resources to provide power to everyone without
Trevor Paglen took a literal deep dive into government surveillance for his latest project. This article appears in the September Issue of VICE When I met the artist Trevor Paglen to talk about the surveillance
Cloud security company Okta works with 4,000 of them, helping big companies manage employee passwords for them. By analyzing the data from its 2,500 enterprise customers in 185 countries, it discovered
I don't know anyone who couldn't use a little boost in their energy and self-control. Researchers at the University of Nottingham recently published findings from their exploration of 83 separate studies
Making diesel out of thin air sounds like something from science fiction. But small companies in Germany and Canada are doing precisely this - capturing carbon dioxide (CO2) and finding ways to sell it.
See that Nao robot waving its hand up there? It's not starting a dance routine: it just had a light-bulb moment, so it's trying to catch a human's attention. Rensselaer Polytechnic Institute professor