How much one person spends in 7 days in Mountain View, CA.
When these young entrepreneurs bought a remote ski resort in Utah, they dreamed of an exclusive, socially conscious community. Is this the future, or Mt Olympus for Generation Me?
It might be a slight exaggeration, but the PNW is really great.
Anne Raimondi has headed up product, marketing and operations at big names throughout tech. This one lesson is at the heart of her approach to leadership.
“...the rise of the rest doesn’t mean the fall of Silicon Valley.” @SteveCase, @JDVance1, and other notable tech industry leaders are looking to the Midwest for the next wave of innovation.
When I first started studying Maxwell's Equations, I was always intrigued by its mathematical finesse. How could someone think of that? I will try to tell the tale of his equations, not from a mathematical point of view, which can be daunting to some people, but from a historical perspective.
Psychological phenomena have long been thought of as universal. But it turns out scientists may have been blinded by their own culture.
The world's greatest generator of chaos. The Adventurists; fighting to make the world less boring. They've changed the starting point. The writeup is humorous.
Programming C without variables is like, well, programming C without variables. They are so essential to the language that it doesn’t even require an analogy here ...
An ambitious project by Alphabet subsidiary Sidewalk Labs could reshape how we live, work, and play in urban neighborhoods.
John Constable would have said that ‘There is nothing ugly in Make; I never saw an ugly build system in my life: for let the number of targets be what it may,–dependencies, recipes, and parallel jobs
The cost per mile of hyperloop is currently infinite, because there is no hyperloop.
Are the most successful people in society just the luckiest people?