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25 Greatest Internet DJ Mixes of All Time

Mary Anne Hobbs, BBC Radio 1: Breezeblock Dubstep Warz (2006)<p>Then closely intertwined with the grime scene, the slow, bass-heavy sound of dubstep …

Best holiday reads 2015

Summer reading,Fiction,History,Poetry,Thrillers,Crime fiction,House and garden,AS Byatt,David Mitchell,Toni Morrison,Jeremy Paxman,Sebastian Faulks,John Banville,Jackie Kay,Alexander McCall Smith,Ken Follett,Harper Lee,Elena Ferrante,Blake Morrison,Philip Hensher,Mark Haddon,George Eliot,Ian …

These Are the 12 TV Shows You Don’t Want to Miss This Summer

Not too long ago, summer TV offered audiences the chance for a much-needed breather. As broadcast networks mostly phoned in their June-to-August …

Disclosure Drops New Song "Bang That"

Posted by: nick on May 1st, 2015|Posted in: Chill,|Tagged: Chill,Disclosure,<p>loading...<p>It’s been five months since we last got a taste of new …

Mixed Signals: Why People Misunderstand Each Other

The psychological quirks that make it tricky to get an accurate read on someone's emotions<p>In her new book <i>No One Understands You and What To Do About It</i>, Heidi Grant Halvorson tells readers a story about her friend, Tim. When Tim started a new job as a manager, one of his top priorities was …

Psychology

The Girl on the Train: how Paula Hawkins wrote ‘the new Gone Girl’

Paula Hawkins is leading the pack of female thriller authors emulating Gillian Flynn’s success. She explains how writing her book in a state of panic and dread did it no harm

Replace Your Eyeballs With Synthetic Ones

Vision would no longer have to be #nofilter<p>Our eyes are such elegant, complex, specialized organs that their existence seems almost hard to believe--Darwin himself called their evolution “absurd.” But that doesn’t mean they’re perfect; eyes sometimes don’t focus correctly, they break down over …

3D Bioprinting

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All I Need ft. Denai Moore

The best and oddest science-inspired music

Science inspires music more often than you might think. Philip Ball compiled a playlist of the good, the bad and the far-out.<p>In February 1930, a young astronomer called Clyde Tombaugh confirmed what some researchers had suspected for some time: the solar system was home to a ninth planet, orbiting …

Solar System

Films to fuel your wanderlust this year

Finding oneself while traveling: it's a classic literary theme from <i>Siddhartha</i> to <i>On The Road</i>, and a somewhat overused trope in contemporary page-turners-turned-blockbusters.<p>But the process comes full circle when film adaptations inspire further adventure. Books such as <i>Into the Wild</i>, <i>Lord of the …

Your Creative Calendar: 65 Things To Do, See, and Hear This February

A lot of things, actually. February may be the shortest month of the year, but that doesn’t mean it’s any less packed with movies, shows and other …

TV

17 more songs that sound as much (or more) alike than Sam Smith’s “Stay With Me” and Tom Petty’s “I Won’t Back Down” (part 2 of 2)

You can find the first part of this Inventory here.<p>1. Sara Bareilles, “Brave” (2013) and Katy Perry, “Roar” (2013)<p>When Katy Perry released her …

David Bowie

Bleak Books to Read in January

January is bleak. Cold. Dark. Depressing. Gone are the merry, or mandatory, festivities around fireplaces; the warm glow of either love or alcohol has crystallized into the hard-eyed stare of a sober new year. Embrace it. Here is the time to look inward. Reflect. Drink cocoa and organize the apps …

Nurturing The Brain – Part I, Caffeine

Overall, more than 85% of children and adults consume caffeine regularly. But what does it do to the brain?Coffee is one of the most consumed …

Neuroscience

Test your Brain with these Brain Teasers, Games and Illusions

Here you can enjoy the <i>Top 25 Brain Teasers</i>, <b>Games & Illu­sions</b> that Sharp­Brains read­ers (pri­mar­i­ly adults, but younger minds too) have enjoyed …

Here Are the 10 Best Movies You Didn't See This Year

Real talk: Around here, we see movies like it's our job. Because, well, it's kind of our job. But even we miss some gems sometimes. And for those of …

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Rob Sheffield’s Top 25 Songs of 2014

What a year for songs — songs about love and underwear and mixtapes and lipstick. There were more killer songs this year than anyone could absorb, …

11 Podcasts to Fill Your Serial Void

After a dozen ear-tingling episodes, <i>Serial</i>—the most popular and talked-about podcast of all time—just ended its first season.<p><i>Serial</i> captured …

20 Most Overlooked Movies of 2014

WATCH THIS!<p>From The Immigrant, boasting an Oscar-worthy turn by Marion Cotillard, to a post-apocalyptic take on class warfare in Snowpiercer, all the …

The 10 Best Movies You Missed in 2014

And how to catch up with them.<p><b>You've been chilled</b> by the marriage-gone-awry suspense of <i>Gone Girl</i>, stupefied by the cinematic inventiveness of <i>Birdman</i>, and terrified by the twisted mentor-mentee relationship of <i>Foxcatcher</i>, but what about those other must-see films from 2014 that you didn't have time …

Musicthatmakesyoudumb

Get a friend of yours to download, using Facebook, the ten most frequent "favorite music" at every college via that college's Network Statistics page …

How Stress Affects the Brain During Learning

A fight or flight reaction may be useful in some situations, but it is highly detrimental in the classroom. Whether anxiety stems from test taking or …

University of California

Brain Science Explains The Most Productive Ways To Procrastinate

Research on the brain’s decision-making systems reveals the five most productive ways to waste time.<p>Sit down to work on a specific task and you may find your mind veering off on a different track, spiraling down into the black hole of procrastination.<p>“We all experience motivational breakdowns, like …

The Tech Skills and Courses Google Recommends for Software Engineers

Software engineering is one of the most in-demand and best paying careers, but learning computer science can also pay off even if you don't do it …

Relive the kitschy theme park stage shows of your childhood with the help of YouTube

In the year 30XX, all that will remain is the Indiana Jones Epic Stunt Spectacular<p><i>The Hunger Games</i> is becoming a stage show in London, according to today's announcement from Lionsgate.<p>London has become a bastion for spectacle theater — and all theater, really — thanks to the RSC, The National …

10 Recent Music Releases To Listen To That Aren't Taylor Swift

It's getting hard to escape Taylor Swift since the release of <i>1989</i> -- in addition to conquering radio, she's also taken over the entirety of New York City. But even though it seems like whole world is swept up in Swift-mania, the music world has been quietly pumping out some amazing, non-Taylor …

Is Human Intelligence Rising With Each Generation?

Millennials tend to get a bad rap from older generations for being entitled, self-absorbed and unfocused. They are not the first young generation to be maligned by an older one, a tradition that doesn't have much basis in reality. In fact, research consistently shows that human intelligence scores …