Huffington achieved a miracle for web publishing by getting high-profile contributors to write for nothing, through a mixture of charm and brand association. One can imagine now, with the money for their labours residing with AOL, that bargain will abruptly end. Part of Huffington Post’s success was its vibrance and position outside the establishment. It has now not only joined an establishment, but one where most people feel about as close to the brand as they do to Walmart. A terrifying leaked document entitled The AOL Way contained the company’s “secret sauce” for success in internet journalism: increasing the number of pieces writers produced, for less money.
There were many other species of human on the planet. Svante Pääbo discovered one of them.
When you don’t have enough clues to bring your detective story to a close, you should expect that your educated guesses will all be wrong.
The idea that we’re happier at the beginning and end of our lives is really just a comforting myth.
The key to curbing sugar intake may lie in the gut rather than our tastebuds.
Based on product labeling claims, scientists hypothesized that green cleaners were less toxic. They were wrong.