David Leonhardt, writing for The New York Times: We’ve chosen a rule that some sequences of three numbers obey — and some do not. Your job is to guess what the rule is. A great little logic puzzle.
Gregor Aisch And Amanda Cox, writing for The New York Times back in March: The yield curve shows how much it costs the federal government to borrow money for a given amount of time, revealing the relationship between long- and … Continue reading →
If you’re using Apple Music, you can add our ‘Music Monday’ playlist to your library for free. The ‘Music Monday’ playlist contains all of the songs we’ve previously featured on Things of Interest and new songs will automatically show up … Continue reading →
Jim Dalrymple, writing for The Loop: Music is an important part of my life. I care about every aspect of music, from creating to mixing, playing to listening, and seeing bands live. I feel music in my soul. Music has … Continue reading →
Anna Garvey: We’re an enigma, those of us born at the tail end of the ’70s and the start of the ’80s. Some of the “generational” experts lazily glob us on to Generation X, and others just shove us over … Continue reading →
Bob Ivry and Yuji Nakamura writing for Bloomberg: Since 1967, when clocks went atomic, human timekeeping has been independent of the earth’s rotation. The problem is, the planet is slowing down and clocks are not. So every few years, to … Continue reading →
Anucyia Victor writing for the Daily Mail Online: With 120 cereals, 20 types of toppings and 12 varieties of milk, self-confessed cereal obsessives Alan and Gary Keery have taken their love of the breakfast staple to new heights with UK’s … Continue reading →
Adobe: Adobe today announced a major update to its Creative Cloud Photography plan with the release of an all-new Adobe Photoshop Lightroom CC that delivers lightning-fast performance and new tools to edit, enhance, organize and showcase beautiful photos. With Lightroom … Continue reading →
James Hamblin, writing for The Atlantic: In 2010, journalist and caffeine aficionado Murray Carpenter visited the Keurig facilities in Waterbury, Vermont, reporting for The New York Times that the K-Cup idea posed environmental concerns, as the pods were not recyclable … Continue reading →
German-born physicist Albert Einstein: It’s not that I’m so smart, it’s just that I stay with problems longer.