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We are living in a world in crisis. But it’s not too late to save it–and ourselves.
With the spread of Internet connectivity to everything from smartphones to refrigerators and toaster ovens, the security implications are out of this world.
Why do companies, institutions, or even whole societies not do what is best or most optimal for themselves? Why is it so hard to change?
You just saw this interesting link on social media. It makes very surprising claims–it might even promise to turn your world upside-down. But think before you click “Share”!
One of the most curious aspects of politics is our refusal to see reality, to demand policies regardless of how well they work or even whether they work at all. Why do we damage ourselves with counterproductive approaches?
After decades of failed policy, we may finally be seeing drug addiction as the complex health issue it really is, rather than treating it as a law enforcement problem.
What can we learn about life and work from a bunch of little white and red beads mixed together? Quite a bit, actually.
Today’s economy is based on ever narrower specialization–people who know their specific domains inside and out, even if they don’t know much else. But this might be leading to greater problems in the future.
Unlike other electronics-related technologies, batteries don’t seem to advance that quickly. What gives?