According to a new study, the outrage we feel when we read something narrows not only our vision but also our mental scope, as the brain donates its function solely to the offending word. Moist.
The ruling in the reprehensible Michelle Carter case has ramifications well outside the courtroom, as the precedent may see the end of ‘tell all’ stories designed for profit.
The Google anti-diversity memo that went viral this week highlights an interesting issue, not one of inclusion, but rather our organic push toward transparency. More of it, I say.
Even if marriage equality is decided by a free vote, we should not celebrate. Equality for the sake of power is not the same as equality for equality’s sake.
Too lazy to build a social media following of your own? Twitter will do it for you. One problem. You have to already be popular in order to be popular. You what?
Ice cold validation has been poured from the University of Exeter, who claim that those who drink have a greater ability to retain information. Could be trouble.
A pioneering mind from NYU has decided to locate our missing free time. Compared to ten years ago, we have a lot less of it.
In the wake of Brexit, online dating wizards eHarmony discovered that 1.6 million Britons broke up because of it. So, how safe is your relationship from politics?
A pioneering study has highlighted our inability to detect fake images. In fact, the way that our mind is wired, we manipulate our memories to fit an image, even if that image is bogus.
It’s fair to say that baristas the world over have got a bit carried away. Coffee is now implanted in ice cream cones, pie crusts and inter-generational hubris. Make the pain stop.
According to one Los Angeles University (and their rats), personality quirks are not down to what star sign you were born under, but rather in how your brain is mapped.
The minds at Facebook have decided to construct a real village replete with retail stores and reduced mortgages. Sounds Presidential to me.
According to the recent findings of an American study has discovered the link between a sense of smell and the rolls under one’s chin. In fact, the better it smells, the less calories we burn.
Snapchat have released their new “Snap Map” feature, that may be used to track users. Beating the system is easy, but ultimately necessary.
One pioneering restaurant empire, the one with the clown, made the genius connection between their staff and Snapchat, and are now hiring using the app. Yes, really.
I have something to admit. I live for the low blows and logically-inept battleground of Internet comment boxes. I know it’s a war where nothing is ever won, but I shoulder arms nonetheless.
Finally, technology is relevant. A pioneering group of eggheads have developed an unbreakable phone screen. Joie de Vivre.
The news from Indonesia gave me a jolt. We, a nation that routinely legislates against human rights, have “serious concerns” about another nation’s violations. While we do not condemn SSM with a cane, we do so with a fountain pen.
Facebook has introduced measures to curb fake news, but unfortunately, those measures actually embolden the spread of fake news with users worldwide flipping a middle finger to the censor.
The fountain of youth does exist. Unfortunately, its true location lies on the borders of the duckface.
It’s official. Those who compulsively check Facebook, or farm the shallow fruit of the blue thumb, are operating under reduced brain function.
Yes, the online world is the fountain of knowledge, but it is also a wretched hive of scum and villainy. Here’s how to keep your virtue.