Many publications are publishing heart-felt eulogies to Paul Allen, which is a bit weird since they pretty much ignored him when he was alive. More precisely, they never seemed to know exactly what to
A couple’s handwritten note to renowned architect Kendrick Bangs Kellogg results in an iconic Leviathan of a home in the Californian desert. Though John Lautner is often considered one of the most famous
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Economist Paul Romer, a co-winner of the 2018 Nobel Prize in economics, is many things. He is one of most important theorists on the drivers of economic growth. He is an ex-World Bank chief economist.
In an effort to increase leadership thinking and awareness about the new measures of success, this one may be hard to swallow for some of my readers, but here it goes. Research on positive organizational
Today is a good day to start drawing. If you are, like most adults, insecure about your artistic skills, take heart. Drawing isn’t just about making art, but rather “a tool for learning above all else,”
We're always on the lookout for data and information, and a search engine like Google helps us find the answers and resources we're looking for every day. There are simple Google search shortcuts that
When CEO Satya Nadella took over Microsoft, he started defusing its toxic culture by handing each of his execs a 15-year-old
• Microsoft CEO Satya Nadella bought all the members of his senior leadership team a copy of the book "Nonviolent Communication" in 2014 when he took over the company. • At the time, Microsoft was known
Plagued by anxiety night after night? Relying on over-the-counter meds? Just not getting the sleep your body requires? If any of this sounds all too familiar, this breathing trick will help you get to
Republican senator Ben Sasse’s statement during Brett Kavanaugh’s US Supreme Court nomination hearing yesterday (Sept. 27) may not have received much media attention—unsurprising, given the day’s events—but
(Credit: Microsoft) One of the jobs of a journalist is taking interview recordings and transcribing them into text on a page. Transcription used to be a process so tedious that entire companies offered
Tech & Media John Hancock, one of the oldest and largest North American life insurers, will stop underwriting traditional life insurance and instead sell only interactive policies that track fitness and
Yawning. We all do it. But why? Is it because we're bored? Tired? Growing our brains? Say what? That's right. In a paper published on Tuesday, psychologist Andrew Gallup and his colleagues reported on
The words we use can have a huge impact on our lives. Our word choices can undermine our success or indicate higher levels of stress, but they can also help us reach our goals and impress people like employers.