Despite huge advances in science over the past century, our understanding of nature is still far from complete. Not only have scientists failed to find the Holy Grail of physics – unifying the very large
The growth of the board game industry over the last decade has been nothing short of extraordinary. Just visit a big-box retailer like Target or Walmart to see the most visible change: three or four times
One of the topics I explore in my new book, “Viviendo en el futuro” (“Living in the future”, hopefully soon to be published in English) is the rapidly changing nature of work: within a few years so many
There's no way around it --criticism hurts. It doesn't matter if it was warranted or not, from whom it came or how pointed it was delivered (or not), it's just not fun. I'm not here to tell you that you
Information overload is real! Most decision makers are so inundated with data, bullet lists, and long reports that it’s getting harder and harder to have real influence with them. As a result, the most
When you’ve embarked on changing the world, why let pedantic reservations get in the way? There is, alas, no such thing as a free lunch. This simple and obvious truth is invariably forgotten whenever exuberance
You’ve got to stay still. Any movement creates extraneous noise: fabric rustling, chair creaking, foot tapping’ The final Harry Potter has 143 characters. The narrator drew on voices from comics, his a
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“Parents, if you don’t know what TikTok is, you should. It’s a Chinese-owned social media platform so popular among teens that Mark Zuckerberg is reportedly spooked,” Sen. Josh Hawley (R-Mo.) said at Tuesday
Our co-chief film critic is of two minds on the subject, and is not shy about speaking both of them. A.O. Scott, Professional Couch Potato Recently, Martin Scorsese made some waves on the internet when
At the Movethedial Global Summit in Toronto yesterday, I listened intently to a talk titled “No polite fictions: What AI reveals about humanity.” Kathryn Hume, Borealis AI’s director of product, listed
No one said work was easy, but it doesn't have to feel so punishing either. Whether you're a leader, entrepreneur, small business owner, or any and all of the above, some days bring you to your knees.
Nobody wants to leave their apartment anymore. That’s the prevailing sentiment on the internet, anyway. Mean Girls memes and Viola Davis gifs celebrate the joy of canceling plans. Essays offer neuroscience-backed
Social media is ever-evolving, and so is the way we use it in our work. Check out these social media blogs to make sure you're staying up-to-date. So is the way we use it in business and as marketers.
Passive income is income that you earn while you’re not working. That doesn’t mean earning money for nothing, but rather it means earning money from a business or an idea that you set up previously and
Set-piece speech attempts to shore up confidence amid spluttering economy and concerns over foreign policy The Chinese president, Xi Jinping, has attempted to shore up confidence in his leadership and
The political gap between Republican rural areas and Democratic urban areas is widening. Suburban voters, hanging near the middle, shift back and forth across the divide. These turns can appear subtle,
Today, 790 million people — 11 percent of the world's population — live without access to clean water. Two years ago, XPrize, an international nonprofit organization, announced a global competition enticing
Twin Lagoon in Coron, Philippines, has a little something for everyone. There's beautifully crystal-clear water, there are beaches, there are mountains — what more could you want? This heavenly escape
A Man Noticed the Lack of Asian Faces on the Walls of His Local McDonald's. What He Did Next Was Truly Brilliant
And McDonald's still seems not to realize what's happened, Jevh Maravilla tells me, 52 days later. Absurdly Driven looks at the world of business with a skeptical eye and a firmly rooted tongue in cheek.
When I texted my Singaporean aunt that I’d seen the movie Crazy Rich Asians, she immediately wrote back: “Terrible portrayal of Singaporeans. Was given the book — couldn’t finish. So materialistic.” She