Against the Grain. Unhook Us From Our Phones.
Chances are, your coworkers are better at rating some parts of your personality than you are.
quip was created by dentists and designers to guide the good habits that matter — starting at $25. Brush heads ($5) are delivered for an automatic refresh every 3 months.
Noma, as you've probably heard, is the Copenhagen restaurant considered by many people, including me, to be the most influential in the world, the place where the dominant strains in world cooking — localism, seasonality, sustainability and science — came together into a whole, aided by Redzepi's strong sense of narrative.
The story we have been telling ourselves about our origins is wrong, and perpetuates the idea of inevitable social inequality.
Is being tall—extremely tall—an identity?
Silicon Valley is keen to exploit the brain chemical credited with keeping us tapping on apps and social media.
Behavioral economists have a name for the tension between our present and future selves. They call it time-inconsistency. It colors countless human decisions, from the trivial to the momentous: Eat that cookie—or stick to your diet?
The goal of life is not to relax on the beach, sipping mojitos all day. The purpose is to find something you love that adds value to the world.
Dave’s Killer Bread has become a cult favorite across the nation, drawing in both health-conscious consumers and those who root for second chances in life. But you won’t find the full story on the bread packaging. The man behind the brand is finally ready to tell it.
As a leader, as one of the best players in the league, you see one of your teammates go down, you feel as though you have to pick up the slack. ... Mentally, he was just locked in and he's been that way ever since. That focus carried us to a title last year.
“I’m a little over San Francisco,” said Patrick McKenna, the founder of High Ridge Venture Partners who was also on the bus tour. “It’s so expensive, it’s so congested, and frankly, you also see opportunities in other places.”