The mystery of giant concrete arrows on the American landscape, solved.
If the Fox takeover of Time-Warner succeeds, it could make for some really interesting superhero movies.
The bizarre story of the Dutch cyclist who had tickets to two Malaysia Airlines flights that met with a tragic end.
When someone falls for a joke in the form of a smear, it says more about them than it does the object of the joke/smear. Just own it and move on (like ThinkProgress did).
Maybe sunk costs aren’t sunk after all?
Will Davies makes the case against competitiveness.
Flextime is apparently a nice perk that you should never actually use. Here are some tips for waking up earlier. One of the best decisions I ever made about such things was to never, ever use the snooze button again.
It’s very lucrative to do the dirty work of oil companies. (And I don’t mean dirty in the sense of sweat and dirt or you might get oil on you…)
A new nuclear power plant design floats on the water and could ride out a tsumani.
Privilege I can believe in: The privilege of being good-looking.
Everything you ever wanted to know about astronaut outfitting.
Is the monopoly of copyright a lost cause? It’s sure seeming that way, though it’s hard to gauge all of the implications of that.
Pirates are complaining that the software they are illegally downloading takes up too much space.
WordPress spends considerable money complying with DMCA takedown notices, some of which are not legitimate. They’re demanding $10,000 for a false notice.
I get that smartphone theft is lucrative for the carriers and handset producers, but the most apparent solution would likely involve cracking down on all reselling, which is a cure worse than the disease.
It’s a win for fliers that we can use electronics during takeoff and landing. It’s a loss for SkyMall.
Either interesting facts about MOOCs.
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