Ned Dymoke was born in Oxford, England, in 1984. He has written for Esquire, Playboy, and Interview magazine, and has appeared on-camera for a National Geographic TV special. He lives in Texas with his wife and dog.
Cyberloafing — or, absent-mindedly browsing the internet — actually has a place in the workday according to this recently published study.
A vicious cycle!
'Enter the room' is a rare case of an augmented reality app that could genuinely make the world a better place. Read our review here.
An asteroid about the size of a New York City block is flying between the Earth and the Moon today. How close, though?
What do hotels, The Simpsons, and feet have in common? They're all in this actual blog post. Wow.
Simple 1:2 breathing is where it's at, according to a major university study.
The unpredictable groove of jazz music actually makes jazz the perfect music for sharks because it mimics the unpredictable flop of prey.
Depending on how you look at it, Google wants to jump on the hot new trend in tech or is trying to appease future robot-brain overlords
Being creative gives you a natural predisposition to schizophrenia, according to a massive new study by the British Journal of Psychiatry.
What do guns, roses, and Guns N' Roses have in common? They're all awesome. And all of them are in our weekly random fact roundup.