To Find Love Match, Try Love Math (Results Will Vary)

How Lonely Nerds Tailored an Interstellar Formula to Quantify the Astronomical Odds of Finding a Mate

The Middle-Class Comeback Is Under Way

In 2013, the consumer item with the fastest sales growth was private jets. Last year: used cars and trucks.

Slumdog Millionaires

A colorful range of everyday entrepreneurs disprove the notion that India is simply a ‘socialist country in which the state is the key.’

Darwin’s Finches Reveal Role of Genes in Evolution

Scientists Identify Genetic Mechanism Behind Beak Shapes

Sleuthing Search Engine: Even Better Than Google?

In the run-up to Super Bowl XLIX, a team of social workers in Glendale, Ariz. spent two weeks combing through local classified ads sites. They were looking for listings posted by sex traffickers.

Facebook Introduces Own Designs for Networking Equipment

Facebook Wants to Make Hardware Less Important, Boost the Role of Software

The Louvre Abu Dhabi Buys a Washington Portrait by Stuart

The 1822 painting shows the first American president sitting at a desk, one hand resting on a document, the other cradling a sword hilt...

It’s Not a Stylus! Microsoft’s Plan to Save the Pen

I used to joke that if Bill Gates had his way, we’d have all been born with plastic sticks coming out of our finger tips.

Weight Loss or Not, Exercise Yields Benefits

Research Finds Reasons for Everyone to Work Out; Even 20 Minutes of Walking Helps

Short story of highest ideal...

Once upon a time a sage, seated beside the sacred river Ganges, notices a scorpion that has fallen into the water. He reaches down and rescues it, only to be stung. Some time later he looks down and sees the scorpion trashing about the water again. Once more he reaches down to rescue it, and once more he is stung. A bystander, observing all this, exclaims, "Holly one, why do you keep doing that? Don't you see that the wretched creature will only sting you in return?


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