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Creativity Thrives When It’s Not Your Job

Unearthed! Isaac Asimov’s private letter to a U.S. military research project back in the 1950s — how can the military be creative and come up with the best fresh ideas to help defend America from a ballistic missile attack? In crafting some advice to the research team, he wonders what it is that the inventors of big,…

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4 Ways to Never Be Late Again

With the advent of cell phones, the internet, and greater connectivity it seems like the idea of punctuality has gone out the window. Since it’s so easy to send an “I’m running 15 minutes late!” text, being on time just isn’t a priority for a lot of people. Of course technology isn’t solely to blame,…

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Can You Concentrate While Jamming to Your Spotify?

Ever since the term “the Mozart effect” was coined in the early ‘90s, a link has been established between listening to music and increased intelligence. But whether it’s a positive or negative link is still an issue that is debated. Much has been written about music and its effect on productivity. Many studies have since…

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5 Things Obama Does to Stay Productive

President Barack Obama is at once the most popular and most divisive figure in the United States. His face is one of the most recognizable anywhere in the world, and no matter what the gravity of his decision, be it his suit choice or his foreign policy, there will be passionate supporters and fierce detractors….

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Collaboration at its Finest: How Trey Parker and Matt Stone Dominate Television, Film and Stage

It’s hard to believe more than 17 years have passed since Eric Cartman and co. first infiltrated the country’s collective living room. When South Park debuted on Comedy Central in August 1997, Trey Parker and Matt Stone were the unlikeliest of celebrities: two dorky film students who cracked each other up so often their classmates…

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Getting It Done for Fun: This Celeb Thrives Under Pressure

Since he first entered our collective consciousness in 1998 as Michael Kelso on That ‘70s Show, Ashton Kutcher has grown from an obscure, classically handsome Midwestern American teenager to a leading star and a household name. And these days, he’s everywhere. When he’s not starring on Two and a Half Men, Kutcher’s dominating a variety…

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