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This May Help Cure Your Thyroid Gland And Balance It's Hormones

When you’re driving a car with no gas in the tank, you’re not going to get very far. Granted, the car will run on fumes for a few miles, but getting …

Wellness

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Joined-up Thinking - Why Machines Will Take-Over the World

<b>It took decades of wrangling, but most of the world's nations finally took the threat of climate change seriously enough to do something about it.</b><p>Climate change deniers still abound, but since about the year 2000 most environmental scientists agree that not acting quickly risks a global catastrophe …

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Apple's Cook tells MIT graduates: temper technology with humanity

CAMBRIDGE, Mass. (Reuters) - Apple CEO Tim Cook on Friday warned graduates at MIT, a pioneer in fields like computers and robots, about technology’s dehumanizing aspects and urged them to infuse its development with their own values.<p>“I’m not worried about artificial intelligence giving computers …

MIT

13 off the beaten path destinations in Europe

1/<p>Seville, Spain<p>Most people head to Barcelona or Madrid, but Seville in southern Spain is an Andalusian gem. Come here for delicious tapas, afternoon …

European Travel

How To Be More Productive by Working Less

It took me 18 months to write <i>The Subtle Art of Not Giving A Fuck</i>. Over that time period, I wrote somewhere in the vicinity of 150,000 words for the …

Monty Python

Reading Archives | Farnam Street

Category: Reading<p>Reading Time: 18 minutes<p>“I cannot remember the books I have read any more than the meals I have eaten; even so, they have made me.”<p>— …

Writing

Let Go of the Learning Baggage

We all want to learn better. That means retaining information, processing it, being able to use it when needed. More knowledge means better …

Dalai Lama

Why Do People Buy Things? It's Not Why You Think, According to a Brilliant Harvard Professor

Most marketers focus on the wrong information, says bestselling author Clay Christensen.<p>Why do people buy things? If you answered, "Because they want them or need them," you're only partly right, according to Clayton Christensen, Harvard professor and author of the bestselling <i>The Innovator's …

Product Management