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We're Wrong About Work And the Deathbed Experience

Lisa Earle McLeod | Posted 03.16.2016 | Business
Lisa Earle McLeod

It's easy to say family is the most important thing. Yet, watching my father reflect upon his life, it's obvious to me -- work matters. We spend most of our waking hours at work. Those hours ought to mean something.

How I Used A Spreadsheet To Fix My Love Life

High50 | Posted 04.05.2015 | Fifty

First impressions are everything on dating profiles; a good photo makes for a more popular profile. If you had to make a major repair to your car, you wouldn't leave it up to an amateur. You hire a pro. So for my photos, that's what I did.

Hilary Hanson

And The State That Has Sex The Longest Is... | Hilary Hanson | Posted 02.20.2014 | Weird News

If you've got some time, head to New Mexico. Fresh data from Spreadsheets, a sex-tracking App launched last August, may show how your state measur...

Why I Keep a Spreadsheet of Everyone I've Ever Slept With

Eric Barry | Posted 01.25.2014 | San Francisco
Eric Barry

Some people will argue that if these women really mattered, a list wouldn't be necessary. Most of these people couldn't tell you the phone number of the person they're dating, or the birth dates of some of their closest friends, because ya know, they have a list that stores that information.

Want To Know If You're Good In Bed? There's An App For That.

The Huffington Post | Julie Zeilinger | Posted 08.13.2013 | Women

It's hard for any of us to get through a day without technology, but it seems to be increasingly difficult to get through the night without it, either...

'My Dad Reviewed 10,496 Books'

Brandon Zarzyczny | Posted 07.06.2013 | Books
Brandon Zarzyczny

My Dad started to keep track of all of the books that he read in an Excel Spreadsheet. When he died on Wednesday, he had accumulated review scores for 10,496 books.

On Online Dating, the Genders, and the Spreadsheet That Launched 1,000 Blog Posts

Kate Torgovnick | Posted 06.23.2012 | Home
Kate Torgovnick

Love is not about comparison shopping. It's more like being a bowling pin with a marbleized ball careening toward you. It's easier to be knocked down if you don't have things propping you up.