How Shake Shack has customers (and many investors) salivating for its burgers and unique brand of hospitality. “I bet no CEO of a company has said this to his team,” Shake Shack leader Randy Garutti tells
I read the whole thing online this afternoon, and it's remarkable. I could see it being taught in journalism classes years from now, like Gay Talese's "Frank Sinatra Has a Cold" or John Hersey's "Hiroshima."
There’s a lot of talk these days about the use of genomics and proteomics to develop personalized clinical treatments and improve the quality of our lives. At a high level, genomics is essentially the
When the Apple Watch launches in April, one of the first apps that will be available for the device benefits diabetics because it reports glucose levels on a graph. This app — which was designed by medical
A brand new update to Photoshop CC offers enhanced 3D printing capabilities and increased printing options. The app’s expanded 3D support lets you create print-ready 3D files for a broader range of printers
Middle-aged people can delay cognitive impairment through high cardiovascular health. Not too long ago, when we thought about cardiovascular health, we thought mainly about the heart. After all, that’s
Solar-powered benches, called Soofas, will pop up in Boston parks over the next week, the Boston Globe reports. In addition to offering you a place to sit, the benches will feature plugs to charge your
Kickstarter, it's a funny old place. A weird soup of real ingenuity and beermat ideas. Headbones might initially sound like it'll fall in the latter camp, but you'd be wrong. Once you know they're bone
Sure, Elon Musk is giving away Tesla patents, but don't be surprised if more established manufacturers politely decline his offer. Instead of batteries and electric charging stations, players like General
Environment The world's arid areas — deserts filled with scrubby vegetation and sand — are absorbing more of the carbon dioxide that's being emitted into the atmosphere than expected, a new study shows.
NEW YORK (Reuters Health) - When picking a new doctor, most people factor the reviews left on rating websites into their decision, according to a new study. Researchers found 59 percent of people said
Part 2 of the TED Radio Hour episode Simply Happy. About Matt Killingsworth's TED Talk When are humans most happy? To answer this question, researcher Matt Killingsworth built an app, Track Your Happiness,
Oxytocin, dopamine, and what the hineys of monkeys have to do with the faces of our lovers. “Any man who can drive safely while kissing a pretty girl is simply not giving the kiss the attention it deserves,”
Adding this plan to your daily routine actually helps you get more done When you're struggling with endless to-do lists at the office and at home, you might consider flaking on the gym in order to make