When beginning a new writing project, naturalist and author Lyanda Lynn Haupt takes her research seriously. For her new book, Mozart's Starling, Haupt dutifully traveled to Austria, to see Wolfgang Amadeus
For what may be the first time since Iraqi troops liberated large parts of Mosul from Islamic State of Iraq and the Levant control, the sound of a lone violin could be heard among the gunfire and explosions.
Turvo, a two-year-old, Sunnyvale, Ca.-based company, is emerging today with an idea so ambitious that investors have provided it with $25 million in Series A funding to chase it. What it wants to do: people
GitLab, a startup that provides open source and premium source code repository software that people use to collaborate on software, is announcing today that it has acquired Gitter, a startup that provides
Before you file your DBA paperwork or register your website, ask yourself this question: "What problem am I solving?" I've seen some of the most promising entrepreneurs of our time crash and burn because
We spend time selecting our LinkedIn profile picture, decorating our cubicles, and choosing the clothes we wear. But how often do we pay attention to our facial expressions? Our faces represent us, whether
For a few years, you couldn’t open your news feed without seeing an article dedicated to helping boomers and gen x-ers manage millennials. Millennials were a tough group to crack—they were digitally native,
Maybe it's their goofy smile; maybe it's their razor-sharp wit; or maybe it's simply that they're easy to be around. You just like them. But scientists generally aren't satisfied with answers like that,