There are millions and millions of Web sites out there. Unfortunately, there are many Web sites that go under many searcher's radar. Some of these sites might be familiar to you, others not so familiar, but all are worth taking a look.
A useful list of some of the internet's most thought-provoking websites.
While everybody is getting stoned on turkey and starch this holiday season, you're hoping to join a secret collective of super-intelligent scientists who will invent faster-than-light travel and cure cancer.
The idiom, "It's all Greek to me," finally makes sense.
Lifehacker launched exactly ten years ago today (happy birthday to us)! In light of the occasion, let's take a look back at some of the most popular posts we've shared with you this last decade.
TED Talks Where does creative inspiration spring from? At TEDIndia, Hollywood/Bollywood director Shekhar Kapur ("Elizabeth," "Mr. India") pinpoints his source of creativity: sheer, utter panic. He shares a powerful way to unleash your inner storytell...
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Back in 2013, Adobe began posting a series of short video tutorials on YouTube called the "Photoshop Playbook." The series has since grown to contain fifty
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A great list of computer science courses you can take online from colleges like MIT, Stanford, Carnegie Mellon, and UC Berkeley.
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The process of discovery starts when we realize something is unusual or unexpected in nature - not fitting in our view of how things should happen in everyday life. By exploring these anomalies that challenge our basic assumptions on math and science...