Nadia Salahuddin

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All Of The Most Anticipated Albums Of 2018, Ranked

It wasn’t so long ago that 2018 sounded like the distant future with all the hopes that come with the unknown. But after a rough 2016 and a 2017 that managed to be just as tumultuous, 2018 feels like a make or break time for, like, our entire country. Music, for the most part, manages to march on …

These are the kinds of gifts that actually make people happy, according to science

Stumped on what to buy your friends or family for the holidays this year? Here’s a tip: A new study says experiences make better presents than items. …

10 spots to hit on your first trip to New York

If you think we’ve missed something, come join us on travel<b>stoke</b>! It’s a great place to meet other travelers, and it’s amazing as a crowd-sourced …

The origin of Silicon Valley’s gender problem

Considering the ubiquity of science in our everyday lives, from understanding what we eat, to cloud-based computing, to battling global warming and understanding how life-saving drugs work, it’s not surprising that kids want to know more.<p>According to the latest results of PISA, the Programme for …

A Nobel prize-winning physicist identified three simple steps to mastering any subject

I wasn’t always a good learner. I thought learning was all about the hours you put in. Then I discovered something that changed my life.<p>The famous Nobel Prize-winning physicist Richard Feynman understood the difference between “knowing something” and “knowing the name of something,” and it’s one of …

Self-improvement

Capture Todays Super Moon Using A Raspberry Pi Telescope Camera

If you are planning on viewing today’s super moon. The first to cross the skies since 1948 and appearing 30% brighter and 14% bigger than the usual …

Raspberry Pi