It’s not as amazing as the headline makes it sound, but if you are having trouble taking notes — or getting yourself organized enough to get started — this gives you a system.
Note-taking is a skill not easily acquired. In the hands of an artist, designer, or Hollywood serial killer (à la Seven’s John Doe), an idea-crammed notebook can even become a rarified, and in the case of the latter, creepy, object all on its own.
This Note-Taking System Turns You Into An Efficiency Expert
Just astounding statistics on the size of Facebook’s information. Is this not already the biggest archive of human history ever?
In a white paper shared by Facebook Monday morning about Internet.org, the company’s campaign to get the entire world online, Facebook also shared some interesting information about the size of its photo library.
Facebook Has a Quarter of a Trillion User Photos
Eat your breakfast! Your mom was right.
From how you make decisions to what you decide to eat–everything in your day has power-sapping potential. Here’s how to fight back against fatigue. Look, we’re all tired, so let’s not take up much energy before we get right to it.
8 Unobvious Ways To Have Way More Energy At Work
Do you want to know the difference between the folks who are constantly creating new things, selling their ideas as products and making money doing what they want to be doing… and everyone else? It’s easy—they put in the work required to make those things happen. They show up and work.
The ability of humans to create art, think rationally or invent new tools has long interested scientists, and a new study reveals how the brain achieves these imaginative feats.
Roots of Creativity Found in the Brain
Recent leaks about the NSA’s Internet spy programs have sparked renewed interest in government surveillance, though the leaks touch largely on a single form of such surveillance—the covert one.
How the cops watch your tweets in real-time
Before an American even reached space, the public was already asking what would come next. The space age artists and designers who were dreaming up what was in store for the astronauts of tomorrow were happy to oblige.
Space Taxis, Air Sleds and Skylabs: Retro-Space Concepts From 1961
Progress is the single most important motivating factor when it comes to work. That might seem obvious. But what’s not obvious is that we don’t always see our progress. In fact, we’re prone to lose track of it, if we don’t regularly document what’s happening in our lives.
Why Keep A Diary?
Lawsuits are blunt instruments for protecting rights, but sometimes they are the tool you need.
Can You Sue The NSA?