Robert Palladino’s name appears nowhere in Steve Jobs’s lengthy authorized biography, but he had an enduring influence on Jobs and the business empire he erected. Jobs sat in on Palladino’s calligraphy
Raise your Instagram game instantly In order to publicize an upcoming exhibition on the domestic spaces painted by Vincent van Gogh, the Art Institute of Chicago has recreated one of van Gogh's most famous
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The hemispheres of women's brains are more interconnected. Does that matter? Ready your knowing smirk, because here comes a scientific gem that’s sure to enliven even the dullest of holiday parties. By
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Novelist David Foster Wallace gave a speech called "This Is Water" to the 2005 graduating class at Kenyon College. The speech, which has become legendary, discusses how meaningless daily routines take
I was wrong. One year ago I left the internet. I thought it was making me unproductive. I thought it lacked meaning. I thought it was "corrupting my soul." It's a been a year now since I "surfed the web"
The sale of Instagram to Facebook for a cool billion in the spring of 2012 was the ultimate Silicon Valley fairy tale: 18 months from launch to offer. But, for co-founder and C.E.O. Kevin Systrom, it more
Investment totalling a trillion euros (£846bn) is required before the end of this decade if the European Union is to stave off an energy crisis. That is the conclusion of an eight-month inquiry by the
It's a perfect illustration of the current age of music fandom that this year's Record Store Day comes at the end of the week when Twitter introduced its music service — an online streaming music tool
New neuroscience study sets out to explain why in some respects music offers the same sort of pleasure as a really good thriller. The love affair between music and neuroscience just keeps going and going.