Tim Hayden

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Psychologists Reveal The Easiest Hacks For Overthinkers To Try When They're Spiraling

Overthinking is the type of thing you don't realize you're doing until it's already succeeded in making you feel horrible. Whether it's some …

Self-help

Unknown Unknowns: The Problem of Hypocognition

We wander about the unknown terrains of life, complacent about what we know and oblivious to what we miss

Irritable Bowel Syndrome

Yuval Noah Harari on what the year 2050 has in store for humankind

Forget programming - the best skill to teach children is reinvention. In this exclusive extract from his new book, the author of <i>Sapiens</i> reveals what …

Singularity

How the shared family computer protected us from our worst selves

Long before phone addiction panic gripped the masses and before screen time became a facet of our wellness and digital detoxes, there was one good and wise piece of technology that served our families. Maybe it was in the family room or in the kitchen. It could have been a Mac or PC. Chances are it …

Google Search

“What Have We Done?”: Silicon Valley Engineers Fear They've Created a Monster

Gig-economy companies like Uber and Instacart are on the verge of overtaking the traditional economy. And the only people who understand the threat are the ones enabling it.<p><b>In the heart</b> of San Francisco, the gig economy reigns supreme. Walk into a grocery store, and a large number of shoppers you …

Silicon Valley

Inside the Very Big, Very Controversial Business of Dog Cloning

Barbra Streisand is not alone. At a South Korean laboratory, a once-disgraced doctor is replicating hundreds of deceased pets for the rich and famous. It’s made for more than a few questions of bioethics.<p>The surgeon is a showman. Scrubbed in and surrounded by his surgical team, a lavalier mike …

Genetics

NASA’s Parker Solar Probe Is Named for Him. 60 Years Ago, No One Believed His Ideas About the Sun.

CHICAGO — It was 1958. Sputnik had launched only a year earlier, the first human-made object to circle the planet. But the beach ball-size spacecraft had no instruments to measure anything in space.<p>The study of what was up there was largely limited to what scientists could observe from the ground. …

Astronomy

From A Million Eggs, Putting Together Clues About Science's Past And Future

<i>Summertime is for road trips.</i> Atlas Obscura <i>teamed up with</i> All Things Considered <i>to travel up the West Coast, from California to Washington, in search of "hidden wonders" — unique but overlooked people and places.</i><p>One morning a few weeks ago, René Corado was so excited that he forgot to eat …

Eggs

The Mopeds Are Coming

Shared, electric motor scooters are racing to catch up with Bird, Lime, and other kick-scooter brands, as tech companies attempt to reinvent urban mobility. But can these vehicles ever find a place in America?<p>When King Carlos III commissioned the Puerta de Alcalá in the 1770s, the city of Madrid …

Urban Design

To Remember, the Brain Must Actively Forget

Researchers find evidence that neural systems actively remove memories, which suggests that forgetting may be the default mode of the brain.<p>Going …

The Brain

What You Found In 3 Million Russian Troll Tweets

Last week, FiveThirtyEight published nearly 3 million tweets sent by handles affiliated with the Internet Research Agency, a Russian “troll factory.” …

Internet

Obesity in America 2018: 7 charts that explain why it’s so easy to gain weight - Vox

“In America, the unhealthiest foods are the tastiest foods, the cheapest foods, the largest-portion foods.”<p>It’s no secret that Americans have gotten much, much bigger over the past few decades. The signs are all around us, from XXXL clothing sizes to supersize movie seats and even larger …

Nutrition

How Your Brain Tricks You Into Believing Fake News

Sitting in front of a computer not long ago, a tenured history professor faced a challenge that billions of us do every day: deciding whether to …

Fake News

Why we hate using email but love sending texts

They both allow us to stay in touch, but while email often attracts ire, text messaging is more popular than ever. Is the way we choose to communicate saying more than we might think?<p>Around 15 years ago, I was working at my part-time job at an electronics store at the mall. One of my colleagues …

Text Messaging

Remember Turntable.fm? JQBX.fm just reinvented it for the Spotify era

How many people remember the craze that was turntable.fm? The site went viral around 2010 as a place for music fans to gather in a virtual music …

Remixes

The LeBron James Interview About Bicycles - WSJ

I spoke to LeBron James about bicycles on Friday.<p>This was a few hours before President Trump decided to go onto Twitterto challenge James’s intellect, which was more than a little absurd. James is not a Trump fan—to say the least—but this was a week in which the NBA superstar helped open a …

Lebron James

United to demonstrate new automated security lanes at IAH

Image 1of/40<p>Caption<p>Close<p>United Airlines has installed six automated security lanes for international travelers connecting through Bush …

Tesla’s autonomous ‘coast-to-coast’ drive on hold while Autopilot team focuses on safety

Elon Musk doesn’t want to ‘game the system’<p>Tesla’s autonomous coast-to-coast drive, originally promised in 2016, is on hold while the company’s Autopilot team stays “heads down” on improving the driver assist system’s safety features, Elon Musk said in a call with investors Wednesday. Musk also …

Tesla

The Wild West of children's entertainment

An explosion of new digital options for kids' entertainment has pulled children's attention away from live TV to instant, on-demand programming, …

Social Media

How to edit a human

For decades scientists aspired to modify the code of life. Tom Whipple meets Jennifer Doudna, who succeeded<p>This story begins nearly four billion …

Genetics

Everything bad about Facebook is bad for the same reason

In June 2016, Antonio Perkins unintentionally broadcast his own death to the world. It was a sunny day in Chicago, and he was sharing it on Facebook Live, a platform for distributing video in real-time, released just a few months earlier.<p>The video is long. It features Perkins doing mundane summer …

Facebook Live

Ugh, of course 'Snapchat dysmorphia' is a thing in plastic surgery now

Social media filters gave teenagers versions of themselves with flawless skin and big baby blues. What could go wrong?<p>Doctors have been worrying …

Social Media

The Quietest Place in America Is Becoming a Warzone

<b>N 47.51575°, W 123.52133°</b>—Amid the panoply of greenery that makes up the Hoh Rainforest, a gap in the old growth forest arises. Well, more accurately …

National Parks

Apple health clinics, AC Wellness, hiring 'well care' specialists

Apple's wellness clinic, AC Wellness, has made quick work of hiring more than 40 people to provide concierge health and wellness services to its Bay …

Digital Health

The Man Who Made the Australian Café (and, Yes, Avocado Toast) a Global Phenomenon

The first time I went to Ruby’s, New York’s original Australian café, which opened in 2003, I felt as if I’d been transported back home to Sydney: whitewashed walls to coax the light in; boisterous crowds at communal tables; employees who actually acknowledged you when you entered. At a time when …

Los Angeles

This is what the life of an incel looks like

"Then when I started going online, I realized there is literally an epidemic of men just like me.”<p>“When I go outside I’m paralyzed with anxiety and fear. I know the traditional psychological methods of addressing this, but the fact is I need that one person to help."

Incel

Bitcoin's Use in Commerce Keeps Falling Even as Volatility Eases

Who’s using Bitcoin to buy and sell goods and services?<p>A lot fewer people than you probably would have guessed. After peaking at $411 million in …

Cryptocurrency

otonomo

<b>Do Our Cars and Phones Define Us?</b><p><i>By Lisa Joy Rosner, Chief Marketing Officer, Otonomo</i><p>Steve McQueen’s Mustang GT in Bullitt. Danny Zuko and his …

Ford Mustang

Go deeper: The panic over 3D-printed guns

This week, three leading gun control organizations announced their intent to file legal action related to a settlement that will allow an open-source …

Guns

How an Ex-Cop Rigged McDonald’s Monopoly Game and Stole Millions

Jerome Jacobson and his network of mobsters, psychics, strip-club owners, and drug traffickers won almost every prize for 12 years, until the FBI …

Crime