Excerpt from The Google Story by David Vise Google is a Spelling Mistake Google is the only multi-billion-dollar company in the world that is also a spelling mistake. Back in the palaeolithic era (that's the palaeolithic era in the internet sense, i.e. autumn 1997) its co-founders, Larry...

Are broken fingernails telling us something? Modern science has recently observed how the lines on our hands connect to the nervous structure of our brains. A nail protects our finger. A question to ask when a fingernail breaks may be: What protective mechanisms in thought...

- Being the richest man in the cemetery doesn't matter to me--- Going to bed at night saying we've done something wonderful--- that's what matters to me. Apple co-founder and long-time CEO Steve Jobs died at the age of 56 on October 11, 2011. Known as...

Our digital technology that with such ease brings us together, with instantaneous messages and almost "as if you were in the room" video, has also introduced us to a new type of emptiness in love relationships; that peculiar but very tactile hollow feeling you get...

Did you know that the word "masticate" is derived from the Greek word "mastiha?" Mastiha is a miraculous resin that seeps from the mastic tree (Pistachia Lentiscus var. Chia) only on the Greek Island of Chios in the Eastern Aegean Sea. In 1998, Mastiha was distinguished...

The mechanics of sleep and the process by which we store and retrieve memories has from ancient times been approached through many myths and theories, but it is only recently that hard science is seriously uncovering these mysteries of the mind. A study in Nature Neuroscience,...