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January 21st Edition: Never Run Out of Ideas Again. The 45th President. When The Brain Scrambles Names.

The 45th President and the government secrets he will discover. The neuroscience of names and the productivity hacks of Isaac Asimov.

January 20th Edition: How Do You Measure Leadership? Can China Survive Trump. The Conversation Placebo.

Nautilus explores the persistence of first languages and the link between luck and success. The difference in mindsets between the East and the West, and will China survive Trump.

January 19th Edition: Why the Elites Always Rule. The Broken Doomsday Clock. How to Stop Teen Substance Abuse.

Examining the elites and how many colleges have more students from the top 1 percent than the bottom 60. Statistics, big data, and the broken Doomsday clock.

January 18th Edition: Getting Older, Sleeping Less. What Employees Value More Than Salary. Different Mental Models.

Is it a better time to be a woman than a man? The New York Times explores journalism that stands apart and a critic evaluates the business model of modern journalism. Employee turnover and understanding what employees value.

January 17th Edition: Coders and Physicists Rule Silicon Valley. Uncertainty Grips the World. Stop Judging Yourself.

The difference between being busy versus productive. The value of incremental healthcare. The Trump era arrives and the New Yorker explores how jokes won the election.

January 16th Edition: The World's Eight Richest People. Peter Thiel Considering Bid for California Governor. Thinking Like a Startup.

A Quartz writer questions if one should buy organic veggies at the supermarket. Did Disney save Rogue One by asking for reshoots? SpaceX resumes its business of launching satellites to orbit.

January 15th Edition: Will Mark Zuckerberg Be Our Next President? Women Who Voted for Trump. How I Got My Attention Back.

How to prepare and train people to stay ahead of technological change. Interview with the spy who wrote the Trump-Russia memos. Humans, luck, and video games.

January 14th Edition: Reduce Work Stress. Emotions at Work. What do Millennials Want at Work?

The most popular stories on Pocket this week

January 13th Edition: Earn More, Work Less. Can Mad Dog Save America. Twitter Employees Reckon with Trump.

Putin's endgame strategy and projecting what the next few years will be like for American media using Putin as a reference. Antibiotic resistance, the slow-moving crisis where drugs no longer work against bacteria that have evolved.

January 12th Edition: Standing Out in a Noisy World. Peter Thiel Explains Himself. War with the President-Elect.

Philosophy, fatherhood, and how to be a better parent. The media, intelligence officials, and the clash with the President-elect. Steve Jobs and his belief that the iPhone would be a transformative product.

January 12th Edition: Standing Out in a Noisy World. Peter Thiel Explains Himself. War with the President-Elect.

Philosophy, fatherhood, and how to be a better parent. The media, intelligence officials, and the clash with the President-elect. Steve Jobs and his belief that the iPhone would be a transformative product.

January 11th Edition: Elon Musk and Customer Success. Surviving Solitary Confinement. Why Uber Lost $2.2 Billion Dollars.

Uber's burn rate and exploring Trello's $425 Million acquisition. Divisions within Trump's team and publishers who are courting the radical right. Understanding America's gun problem and how O.J. Simpson's case became a flashpoint for race and the criminal justice system.

January 10th Edition: Eradicating Gun Crime. Health Tips to Avoid this Year. Experts on Books that Inspired Them.

Productivity tips from the rule of 3 to creating systems instead of goals. Voice technology is causing a huge shift in technology. Jared Kushner’s rise to unimaginable power and Barrack Obama's sad legacy.

January 9th Edition: Rooted Productivity. How to Motivate Yourself. Trump's Nominations.

Fake news: media literacy, digital giants, and how to destroy the fake news business model. Examining Trump's nominations from Secretary of Defense to Attorney General. The unraveling of Sears an iconic American brand.

January 8th Edition: Writers on their Favorite Funny Book. Putin, Trump, and Russia. A Shorter Workday Can't Overcome the Cost.

Examining a soulful science fiction writer making with a growing readership. Explaining the anti-sugar crusade. Assessing the Post-Jobs era.

January 7th Edition: The Sleep Edition: Tips for Better Sleep. Upgrade Your Sleep. Better Rest in Less Time.

Pocket & Casper partner to bring you the best articles on sleep. Casper is offering Pocket readers $50 off any mattress with code "POCKET"

January 6th Edition: The Candy Content Diet. Sugar: the World's Most Popular Drug. Why Rural America Voted for Trump.

The whole Gawker story from Hulk Hugan to Peter Thiel. Donald Trump's Trumpian transition and why he won the rural vote.

January 5th Edition: 2016 in Charts. How Technology Hijacks People's Minds. Trust Your Future Self.

Going from Lego blocks to coding Lego robots. The explosion of cybersurveillance companies that goes beyond nation states.

January 4th Edition: Trump Voters Explain Themselves. A Nasty Epithet. Peak Creative Performance.

Why people talk to themselves and how to conquer negative thinking. Why people are leaving Twitter. How to only work 40 hours a week and scheduling one's day for peak performance.

January 3rd Edition: Growing a Different Apple. The Best Workouts After a Break. The AI Revolution.

Cars are at the frontier of technology. What it feels like to have a fake news diet. The massive restaurant bubble that is about to burst.