Shakespeare once said that the eyes are the windows to the soul. While I can’t verify the Bard’s statement, I will say that my eyesight probably isn’t the best. After two decades of playing computer games and reading books in the dark, I’ve resigned myself to a likely future in which I’m reliant on glasses.
These days, it’s not uncommon for huge, brand-name companies to be wholly dispersed. Companies like Upworthy, Mozilla, WordPress, GitHub, and others have embraced remote working, having much—if not all—of their teams work from the comforts of their own homes. In addition to giving employees the freedom to (for the most part) work when and where
Think back to when you were a child. I’m sure there’s one point where you wanted to be something imaginative or seemingly impossible, right? It was probably something like a superhero soaring through the skies, an archaeologist fighting off evil crypt statues, or perhaps even an astronaut exploring the far reaches of deep space. Whatever
If you’re the kind of person who would love to sketch out great charts, graphs, or timelines for professional presentation, but lack the necessary artistic skills to do so, then meet Think Kit. Created by a company called FiftyThree, Think Kit is an iPad app that attempts to try to figure out what you meant
We have a pretty good idea of how the story goes. The NSA has been spying on us for a long time—so long that we’re still not 100% sure when it started. Then, Edward Snowden surfaced and revealed the extent of the organization's surveillance program. During his time with the NSA, he collected thousands of