You are what you eat, or so the saying goes. And much of what we eat — and how we eat it — is influenced by what linguist Dan Jurafsky calls the "grammar" of food. “The grammar of cuisine is the idea every
For more tax advice, check out the Forbes 2014 Tax Guide Being a kid has many perks. You get summer vacations, superhero costumes are acceptable garb for most occasions and a firm belief that you’re destined
If you’ve noticed your team is functioning unevenly and its esprit de corps isn’t what you’d hoped, it’s time for you to ask yourself whether your people are deployed optimally. Employees’ skills and can
Those who cover the militarized aspects of the ocean eventually will encounter a group of people who want the U.S. Navy to get back into the battleship business. The argument goes like this: The four World
The tradition dates back to December 31, 1907, though the balls have changed along with technology. On New Year's Eve, a number of word class cities will harken in 2013 with giant fireworks displays. New
The Prisoner’s Dilemma is the gift that keeps on giving, to researchers Problem: It’s a problem, or a dilemma, as old as time. Let’s rehash, quickly. Your classic prisoner’s dilemma involves two prisoners
Experts share their best tips. The experts — Christopher Peacock, Myra Hoefer, Carleton Varney, and 97 other inspiring designers — share words to live and design by. Plus, see 101 easy makeovers from designers.