This remains untrue, and insisting that it is over and over again doesn’t make the new one better. (It may be good! I haven’t seen it yet. I don’t even think it will be terrible.)
How facial recognition may introduce us to our doppelgangers.
Well, this is a long-time coming!
Businesses are coming up with an ingenuous way to get more employees: raising wages.
Congratulations, Tobacco Control, your dishonesty is working.
According to some research, being who are overweight have less grey and white matter in the brain, leading them to make poorer food choices. I’m not sure I like where this goes.
Artificial light, and the loss of the light-dark cycle, may be making us sick.
Family-friendly policies, such as childcare and family leave, may not do much to increase fertility rates, but they may have the non-trivial effect of making parents happier.
Sarah Grant looks at coding boot camps, and attempts to ascertain their effectiveness for loan purposes.
Isochronic maps are GoogleMaps before there was GoogleMap. Sorta.
Alan Sepinwall goes to bat for self-contained television episodes.
Book of Tamara asks What is a University?
Unsurprisingly, I am on Team Separate Bedrooms. Spousal benefits come with being married.
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