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South Korea Sent 10,000 Choco Pies Over to North Korea in Balloons

North Korea got a sweet surprise from its neighbor to the south on Wednesday.<p>In South Korea, about 200 people — South Koreans along with North Korean …

6 Mistakes Many Marketers Make Daily

<i>This article is part of SWOT Team, a new series on Mashable that features insights from leaders in marketing, brand-building and public relations.</i><p>It …

San Francisco Airport Tests Beacon Sensors to Guide Blind Travelers

San Francisco International Airport is rolling out a pilot program later this year that could help blind travelers navigate within a terminal with …

Can you learn in your sleep?

Sleep learning used to be a pipe dream. Now neuroscientists say they have found ways to enhance your memory with your eyes closed, says David Robson.<p>Just before you climb under your duvet, you carefully prepare your room. You sprinkle a few drops of incense on your pillow, put on some headphones, …

The Brain

The best science and technology pictures of the week

The most impressive pictures from the worlds of science and technology this week, including a world’s-first hologram and vegetables destined for outer space.<p><b>More galleries</b> <br>Stork silhouette and a four-winged dinosaur<p>Incredible lightning and a stranded whale<p>Futuristic dancers and swirling stars<p>Sci-fi …

Photos

The most scary thought experiment ever carried out?

Our picks of the week from around the web, including messing with minds, the secret of Minecraft and the fascinating history of autocorrect.<p>Medical research: Treat ageing<br>Luigi Fontana et al | Nature | 23 July 2014<br>Does getting old have to mean getting sick? Not if medicine raises its game and learns …

Time Travel

Psychology: Why bad news dominates the headlines

Why are newspapers and TV broadcasts filled with disaster, corruption and incompetence? It may be because we’re drawn to depressing stories without realising, says psychologist Tom Stafford.<p>When you read the news, sometimes it can feel like the only things reported are terrible, depressing events. …

Psychology

Neuroscience: why do we see faces in everyday objects?

From Virgin Mary in a slice of toast to the appearance of a screaming face in a man’s testicles, David Robson explains why the brain constructs these illusions.<p>We are primed to see faces in every corner of the visual world.<p>It’s not often that you look at your meal to find it staring back at you. …

Leonardo Da Vinci

Robots Rule the Internet

The Bot Traffic Report 2013 from Incapsula clearly shows that robots already rule the world…I mean the Internet. Humans are now just a minority of …

Timeline of the Far Future

What’s the future of the human race and our beloved planet Earth? The Timeline of the Far Future from the BBC plots out predicted events for the next …

Where in the World are the Best Schools and the Happiest Kids?

The best test scores don’t always mean the happiest kids at school. The Best Schools and the Happiest Kids visualizes the results from a worldwide …

The Beautiful Flow of Pi

Flow Of Life Flow Of Pi. Cristian Ilies Vasile designed this visualization of the first 1,000 digits of the mathematical constant pi using Circos to …

Shutterstock's Global Design Trends 2014

Shutterstock’s Global Design Trends 2014 infographics is essentially a visual press release. Based on their own internal web stats from their users, …

The "Perfectly Optimized" Page

The “Perfectly Optimized” Page infographic states that there is no such thing as a “Perfect Page”. But don’t be discouraged! Moz.com presents 3 key …

The Internet Map

The Internet Map is an interactive, zoomable design that uses a combination of algorithms and the Google Earth API to display 350,000 websites as …

Life Expectancy at Birth

The Life Expectancy at Birth infographic by designer Marcelo Duhalde from Muscat, Oman is a fantastic data visualization of the current life …

Map of the Internet 2.0 Poster

Designer Martin Vargic has released an updated version of his Map of the Internet 2.0 that creates what looks like a vintage-style map. However, this …

Color: Profiles & Printing Explained

It is frustrating when you go to print an image and it doesn’t look right. Color: Profiles & Printing Explained infographic from The Logo Company …

The Enterprise Mobility Ecosystem Map

The Enterprise Mobility Ecosystem Map published by Kinvey attempts to make sense of the ownership and acquisitions rapidly taking place within the …

44 Simple Daily Activities To Enjoy Your Work

Here are 44 Simple Daily Activities To Enjoy Your Work created by OfficeVibe to help keep the motivation high and add some fun back in your work</i> …

Color, Value, and Evolution of Logos

Logos are very important to a business. A good logo can sell itself, especially if the colors match the product correctly. Color, Value, and …

Smart Ways to Combine Content Marketing With SEO

The Smart Ways to Combine Content Marketing With SEO infographic is essentially a big list of the most popular online services in a number of …

The Deadliest Animal in the World

The Deadliest Animal in the World is an infographic posted by Bill Gates on his blog as part of Mosquito Week.<p><i>What would you say is the most</i> …

The Explosive Growth of Cloud Computing

Cloud computing is definitely a growing trend. Are you in the position to enjoy all of what cloud computing has to offer? The Explosive Growth of …

MusicDNA creates minimalist artworks from your favourite tracks

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Frugal innovation can save the world

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The future was born in 1989

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Attention, please. You will find it rewarding

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