When I first saw the Netflix Profiles pop-up I thought it was a trick: "Who's watching?" it asked. Eek! Not me! Sorry! I'd been using a friend's account for two years and thought my day of reckoning had arrived.
What if you could spend your summers swimming with dolphins in turquoise seas? Behavioral biologist Denise Herzing does just that. In this beautiful video, meet some of the dolphins she's befriended along the way.
Unless you're a millionaire, don't plan on buying a nice home in the San Francisco area anytime soon. The high number of technology workers making million-dollar salaries is driving up the cost of real estate far beyond what most individuals and families can dream of paying.
Dropping costs and increasing consumer demand are expanding the market for renewable energy. Policy is shaping it.
I hypothesize that FB users have developed more natural inclinations towards sharing -- and interacting with -- content for four reasons.
I approach the subject as a scientific researcher who has studied these games for 25 years. From that perspective, I have real concerns about letting teens play games like GTA.
For my children, exposure to video games was inevitable; my husband and I have not only gleaned some deep insights on parenting in the age of video games, but we have also found ways to use video games to bring out the best in our children; and here is what we found.
If we abandon the old paradigm that we are intrinsically different and superior to all other life forms, it's possible to look at animals with greater respect and, like Denise Herzing, start working towards decoding their language.
In this week's issue, Bianca Bosker tells the story of how one man uncovered the secrets of Syria's chemical warfare against its citizens.
Trust has been at the core of the U.S. approach to Internet policy for more than a decade and should not be squandered. While many intuitively understand why this must be preserved for human rights reasons, there are also vital economic concerns.
I've judged plenty of business plan competitions, but this one was special; over half the finalists were women entrepreneurs. Yes, women... technology... entrepreneurs.
Other publishers like Slate, The Onion, and TMZ have also seen an increase in traffic from Facebook as well, according to a chart BuzzFeed published showcasing Facebook's traffic referrals to its partner network sites. How does this traffic referral compare to Google?
I refuse to pretend that we are perfect parents and that the sun is always shining in our house. Sometimes it's not. And that's OK.