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Quotation of the Day…
… is from page 80 of Eamonn Butler’s 2013 monograph, Foundations of a Free Society: Enterprise is creative: people striving to produce better goods and services hit on new products, processes and technologies that improve the lives of ev X



Women Prefer Complex Composers for Sexual Flings
“Where words fail, music speaks,” wrote the Danish fairytale author and poet Hans Christian Andersen in the 19th century. Around the same time, over in England, the more practically-minded Charles Darwin was wondering what purpose music served, e X



Women Prefer Complex Composers for Sexual Flings
“Where words fail, music speaks,” wrote the Danish fairytale author and poet Hans Christian Andersen in the 19th century. Around the same time, over in England, the more practically-minded Charles Darwin was wondering what purpose music served, e X



Women Prefer Complex Composers for Sexual Flings
“Where words fail, music speaks,” wrote the Danish fairytale author and poet Hans Christian Andersen in the 19th century. Around the same time, over in England, the more practically-minded Charles Darwin was wondering what purpose music served, e X



The Habit Action List
By Leo Babauta There are a ton of people who read self-improvement blogs and books, but never but them into action. They engage in what’s sometimes called “self-improvement porn”. I’ve done this myself in the past — it w X



WTF Weds: Blackface Othello, Germany
I’ve learned that certain things which may be considered totally acceptable in one country aren’t okay in another. That customs and cultures don’t necessarily translate. Even the things that we find to be horrifically offensive aren X



What Spooked The Subs Of The '60s? Quacking Whales
In the '60s, submarines picked up a mysterious quacking sound in the Southern Ocean. This "bio-duck," as it came to be known, has been heard on and off ever since, but scientists haven't been able to trace it — until now. New research shows that th X



Algorithm Is First to Identify Faces Better Than Humans Can
Let’s face it, from trivia to teaching, computers are doing things we thought were uniquely human — and doing them better. Now, facial recognition, a skill humans once dominated, has a new champion. Computer scientists have developed a facial rec X



Blockbuster Trades Are Changing The Face Of Pharmaceuticals
Pharmaceutical companies are suddenly trading entire divisions the way sports teams swap players. Glaxo, Novartis and Ely Lily are all involved in a complicated deal announced Tuesday, and so far this year, five deals exceeding $2 billion have been a X



Music That Burns, Literally
Take Beyonce. Take Sinatra. Take whomever you love and set them on fire. They call it a "Pyro Board," and it plays music by pulsing the beats in flame. When the singer hits a high note — stand back. X





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