Tabitha Carlson Bozeman

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Before & After: We Can't Believe This Isn't Real Marble

Marble is as pricey as it is gorgeous, but there's no real substitute for it, right? If you want the look of marble, you'll just have to save up …

Eighteen states sue Betsy DeVos for suspending rules on for-profit colleges

Democratic attorneys general target Donald Trump’s education secretary over her plan to rewrite Obama-era measures to protect students<p>Democratic attorneys general in 18 states and the District of Columbia on Thursday filed a lawsuit against Betsy DeVos, Donald Trump’s controversial choice for …

5 Apps That Will Help You Finish Writing Your Book

Don't let procrastination win. Use these tools to get organized, stay focused, and finish strong.<p>Authors are not immune to procrastination, nor to distraction. To write a book requires dedication and a consistent writing schedule, but any author will tell you that the kind of focus needed to finish …

Pablo Picasso: How to Transcend Willpower

In 1895, had his sister not died, Picasso may never have picked up a paintbrush again.<p>He had made a pact with God. At age 13, he promised to give up …

Will Power

27 College Health Tips They Won't Teach You At Orientation

Spoiler alert: it's probably mono.<p>BuzzFeed Health spoke to Dr. Pritish Tosh, infectious disease specialist at the Mayo Clinic in Rochester, Minnesota, and germ expert Kelly Reynolds, PhD, director of environmental health sciences at the University of Arizona, about how college students can stay …

Have You Tried The Most Dangerous Writing App?

How desperate are you to write every day? If you write your best under pressure, Manuel Ebert wrote an app to help you. It's called The Most …

Social Media

How thinking about infinity changes kids’ brains on math – Sarah Scoles

When I first encountered infinity, I was a four-year-old in the Latter-day Saints temple in Atlanta, Georgia. My parents, my sister and I were there …

14-Year-Old Painting Prodigy 'Mini Monet' Is Worth Over $2 Million

At age 14, Kieron Williamson enjoys a status some of history’s greatest painters were unable to achieve in their lifetimes. The British teen is …

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A brief and mostly untrue history of Alabama

<i>Inspired by "A Brief History of Florida," a chapter in Pulitzer Prize-winning humorist Dave Barry's newly released book, "Best. State. Ever. A</i> …

16 Books to Read This Fall

Some look forward to fall because of the promise of pumpkin spice lattes and cooler weather, but I’m here for the books. After reading through my …

Books

Robotic babies intended to reduce teen pregnancies may have had the opposite effect

Sex education can be a fraught chapter in a young person's life.<p>It usually involves clinical diagrams, uncomfortable discussions and possibly the unforgettable experience of watching your gym teacher stretch a condom over a banana.<p>In some parts of the world, schools have kicked it up a notch by …

Teen Pregnancy

Why is monogamy so difficult? It’s made for society, not for us

As Big Think has discussed before, our prehistoric ancestors got busy a little differently than we tend to. According to Christopher Ryan, our …

Marriage Counseling

This Government Agency Just Asked 'God' to Prove He Exists

Anyone criticizing the Federal Election Commission as toothless must now reckon with this: Today, the agency took on God and Satan — plus nearly 250 …

Shakespearean Actresses Are Getting Nude Again, In The Name Of Free Expression

The Torn Out Theatre company’s naked production of “The Tempest” is back.<p>Earlier this year, enterprising theatre troupe The Torn Out Theatre company stripped one of Shakespeare’s most beloved plays down to its bare bones.<p>Okay, we’ll cut it out with the euphemisms. The troupe’s actresses performed …

The Tempest

Why We Get Embarrassed and How to Overcome It

In 2003, I turned in an extra credit project for my high school business law class. I had perfectly interwoven what was essentially the story of <i>Harry</i> …

When it Comes to Organizational Change, What Comes First: Technology or Behavior?

True Organizational Change Happens When Organizations Focus on Both, Behavior and Technology<p>With new technology and business solutions being introduced seemingly every day, many companies are eager to adopt new skills to take their business to the next level. There are essentially two schools of …

Taking offence

Three legal authors make it clear that 18C is wrong in so many ways<p>It was Victor Hugo who wrote that ‘an invasion of armies can be resisted; an invasion of ideas cannot be resisted,’<p>It was Senator Dean Smith (Liberal, WA) who echoed the French poet and novelist’s words, 164 years later, at a book …

Alzheimer's: New drug that halts mental decline is 'best news for dementia in 25 years'

The first drug that can prevent Alzheimer’s disease is finally on the horizon after scientists proved they can clear the sticky plaques from the brain which cause dementia and halt mental decline.<p>Hailed as the "best news" in dementia research for 25 years, the breakthrough is said to be a potential …

Dementia

An official welcome to the Anthropocene epoch – but who gets to decide it's here?

It’s literally epoch-defining news. A group of experts tasked with considering the question of whether we have officially entered the Anthropocene – …

I've become much less stressed thanks to a simple lesson from a meditation app loved by Wall Streeters and Olympic athletes

For the past eight months, I've been using the guided-meditation app Headspace every day , and it's had a noticeably positive effect on my mood.<p>I first heard about Headspace late last year on Tim Ferriss' podcast. Its proponents include Wall Streeters , Olympic athletes , and celebrity executives …

Meditation

Rising Tensions? Yes, But The U.S. And Chinese Navies Are Training Together

<i>As part of the project A Nation Engaged, NPR and member stations are exploring America's role in the world heading into the presidential election.</i><p>On a sweltering July morning, divers in full gear from the U.S. Navy's mobile diving and salvage unit jump, one by one, off a Pearl Harbor pier in …

The Power of Habit

About a month ago I read a book I can't stop thinking about! The Power of Habit is the exact kind of non-fiction I love. It's smart and interesting and it changes your perception how you do what you do, or why you are who you are.<p>Sounds interesting, right?<p>The idea, is that a large majority of the …

Weight Loss

Amazon Is Testing Out a 30-Hour Work Week for Employees

Still trying to recover from that Times article, apparently.<p>Seattle's e-commerce behemoth Amazon is yet again trying something new.<p>The company is piloting a program of teams entirely composed of 30-hour-per-week workers.<p>According to an Eventbrite posting last week, the company has been testing the …

MOMA Screens Breaking Bard: Shakespeare on Film Series Starting Today

The series includes movies based on or inspired by Shakespeare’s plays.<p>William Shakespeare may have written all his plays more than 400 years ago, …

If language tells us who we are, then who am I? | Stan Grant

Inspired by my father and to honour the traditions of our people, I have learned more of the Wiradjuri language. But I am the sum of many parts<br>• Support our journalism by giving a one-off or recurring contribution to Guardian Australia<p>My father says language tells us not just who we are but where …

Kevin Rudd

Camouflaged Dark Matter Galaxy Discovered

Hiding in the blackness of space is an eerie galaxy that is composed of the best cosmic camouflage a galaxy can get: dark matter.<p>Deep inside the Coma …

Universe

“The Dream of Enlightenment,” by Anthony Gottlieb

For all our technological breakthroughs, we’re still wrestling with the same basic questions as the Enlightenment philosophers.<p>We like to think of ourselves as living in an age of unprecedented disruption. Just look at all the commonplace features of our world that didn’t exist a century ago—jet …

Space Travel