- Why you shouldn’t exercise to lose weight, explained with 60+ studies Exercise accounts for a small portion of daily calorie burn.
- The plane so good it’s still in production after 60 years In 1956, Cessna started building the 172 training plane – and more than 60 years on, it’s still in production.
- Where are the Customers’ Yachts? or A Good Hard Look at Wall Street … thus far in our history there has been little evidence that there exists a demonstrable skill in managing security portfolios.
- Bdellovibrio, the cannibalistic drug coming to humanity’s rescue Bdellovibrio could help us out is in the fight against multidrug-resistant bacteria.
- In praise of cash Cash might be grungy, unfashionable and corruptible, but it is still a great public good, important for rich and poor alike
- Why Companies like Lyft, Uber, Postmates, Instacart etc Will Never Be Profitable. When LUPIs insert themselves into the process they take a cut of the value the asset owner used to own 100% of.
- The Accidental Arrival of the Cubicle How egos, taxes, and the inventor of the vertical timber harvester helped cubicles become an iconic piece of corporate life.