All the things you’re supposed to do on New Year’s to ensure a successful coming year.
“Auld Lang Syne” is a poem by Robert Burns, and is one of the best known songs in English-speaking countries, and it is often sung at the stroke of midnight on New Year’s Day.
John Brockman puts his annual Edge question to leading thinkers… this year it’s: “What are you optimistic about, and why?”
Shown are the widths of rights-of-way required to move 15,000 people in an hour. The street needs 119 metres (390 feet) while the rail rapid transit needs only 8 metres.
Awesome book, and even cooler because it’s free for me – it’s published by my company. Yay!
From the merely annoying to the budget-busters, here’s what to watch out for in travel, banking, credit cards, real estate, investments and more.
Defending your dinner from Brussel Sprouts.
John Ralston created pen and ink drawings of portraits from a class yearbook from 1925
Saddam Hussein Execution Video – apparently caught on cell phone. Hey, that’s not good.
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