Are we always in control of our minds? As David Robson discovers, it’s surprisingly easy to plant ideas in peoples’ heads without them realising. Are we all just puppets on a string? Most people would
We often make stupid choices when gambling, says Tom Stafford, but if you look at how monkeys act in the same situation, maybe there’s good reason. When we gamble, something odd and seemingly irrational
What will our space ambitions actually look like a decade from now? Three experts tell Richard Hollingham. Space has not been this exciting since the 1960s. Nasa recently launched Orion, its first new
Bill Nye The Science Guy speculates on the future of mankind Is there a Homo superius just around the next corner, waiting to take our place? Let’s think about what it would take: If we were to give rise
Every day companies collect data about their customers and industries, simply as an artifact of the act conducting business. As I listened to a panel on Big Data yesterday at the MIT Sloan CIO Symposium
Current “big data” and “API-ification” trends can trace their roots to a definition Kant first coined in the 18th century. In his Critique of Pure Reason, Kant drew a dichotomy between analytic and synthetic
Iron Dome, meet Iron Beam. Intercepting and destroying projectiles in midair is costly business. Rockets, like the Qassams and Katyushas fired into Israel by Hezbollah and Hamas, cost around $1,000 each.
This is the first SlideShare adaption of Timothy E. Johansson's 100 Growth Hacks in 100 Days. The growth hacks that's included in the slide are 1 to 10. Timothy is the front-end developer at UserApp (www.userapp.io).
Editor’s note: Spike Brehm, the author of this post, is just one of the amazing hackers we’ve got speaking at DevBeat 2013, our first-ever developer conference taking place next week, Nov. 12-13 in San