This week we reported on a glass coating developed by MIT that not even ketchup or mayo can resist. And Aisha Mustafa patented a new quantum physics propulsion system that could revolutionize the way we navigate the galaxy. We also reported on “CITE,” the most technologically advanced ghost town on the planet.
Paul Alofs offers 8 rules for creating the ideal work culture.
Austin Carr reports on why we might never again have to pound the old “57” on our ketchup bottles.
Aisha Mustafa (a 19-year-old student) might have discovered a new method of space travel. NASA, take note.
Humanity is now building super-advanced “testing cities” with no inhabitants. Does this sound like the beginning of a Resident Evil movie to anyone else?
Amber Rae makes the case for the “Hell Yes!” approach to decision making.
Eric Ries imparts the importance of “why.”
Peter Bregman implores you to channel a little bit of that broken record in you.
Suzanne Philion looks to change the way that we perceive public servants.
Axis (a new browser from Yahoo) looks to change the way that we navigate the web through our phones, tablets, and computers.
Teressa Iezzi compiles the 5 best Facebook-related advertisements, which range from clever, to poignant, to downright creepy.
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