I've tried to explain A-B testing to enough clients recently that I though it might be useful to let someone far more experience than I put it to words. Skip forward to 0:15:00 (or just click this link):
Yes, this is the same video I posted elsewhere recently.
When a company gets hacked online, it almost always makes the news in a way that makes it sound far worse than it actually was. This makes the point well:
If you've ever wanted to understand how a search engine like Google works, you may find this interview interesting. These three men are basically the heart of Google's search engine and algorithms:
According to Mark Pagel, the single most powerful tool evolution has given any species, ever, is the ability to openly share ideas and communicate thoughts:
I'm rarely a supporter of activist groups, mostly because the most visible ones are too radical in their approach. People get swept up in the emotional charge of the issue and don't think through either the social implications of their actions or the hypocrisy of their methods. I agree with the vision of groups like Greenpeace, but I fundamentally oppose most of the activities they participate in that make headlines.
Humans are tool-users and very creative. Here are several ways you may not have considered to use common items around the house to enhance your life (click for the whole graphic):
Being a slut has gotten a bad rap. We need more words to use than just 'slut':
I thought about it and realized she might be on to something. “Slut” may be the definition of a promiscuous women, but there’s all kinds of women who’ve had lots of sex partners. Here are five types of “sluts” you may not have considered.
The author defines the five different categorizations of people you would call 'slut',:
Mobile gaming is big. Real big. It's how money is currently being made in the personal computer industry. For instance, the game Angry Birds is expected to bring in roughly $1 million in ad and click-through revenue this month alone. How's that for a free-to-download app?
Everything you wanted to know (click to see full-sized):