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Why You Can’t Get Enough of Netflix

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This week, I came pretty damn close to binge-watching an entire series on Netflix in one sitting. Maniac, since you [more]

The Cognitive Biases That Feed The Social Media Machine

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When were you happiest in the past month and why? If it involves doing something altruistic, then that says a [more]

The Truth About Remote Working

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I can almost guarantee how the conversation is going to play out after someone asks me, “What do you do?” So [more]

How Social Media is Sucking the Life Out of Your Social Life

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Facebook states as its “mission” on its own Facebook page to “Give people the power to build community and bring the [more]

Why You’re Doing Leisure All Wrong

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We’re masters of work but are clueless when it comes to leisure. We’re so bad at it we look to [more]

How to compete in an AI-driven world

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To prepare for the Fourth Industrial Revolution, in its The Future of Jobs report, The World Economic Forum laid out [more]

Trust, or the lack thereof it, makes and breaks more deals and relationships than anything else. If it could be [more]

What would aliens think if they were to suddenly drop into the Earth’s atmosphere and peer out over our cities [more]

As entertaining as it is to read about and watch on the big screen, AI is too clever to come [more]

Entry 1: 6.55am: Wake up, snooze alarm, drift back asleep while scrolling Twitter. Wake again, turn off alarm. Lie in [more]

It’s easy to forget that one of the main reasons tech giants collect masses of our data — other than to [more]

Until I read David Graeber’s essay, On the Phenomenon of Bullshit Jobs, I thought all my previous jobs qualified for [more]

Grab your laptop or device of choice and off you go: work from wherever you want, at whatever hours you [more]

In just a few decades, the image of a businessperson has gone from a suit looking out from their suite [more]

There’s a multi-limbed, polydextrous being in Buddhism known as Kannon that’s one of the most widely worshipped divinities in Asia and Japan. [more]

Waking up at the crack of dawn to spend your day in a dull, grey office building. Putting in 50-hour [more]

As if just waking up from a hazy dream and shaking off the grogginess of FOMO, we’ve finally decided to [more]

A few decades ago, freelancing was somewhat of a rare and ballsy profession reserved for well-established designers or writers that had [more]

The way we interact with technology is becoming increasingly verbal. Many of us send voice messages to family and friends instead [more]

Once upon a time, we drove in our masses into congested town centres or for miles to shopping malls to [more]