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The time we have on Earth is finite, but research by David Eagleman has revealed that we can control the apparent speed with which is passes. All it takes is a few small changes to pack more living into the same amount of time.
What the Internet is Doing to Our Brains
There's some truth to the idea that our attention spans are being eroded by the constant flow of information that comes from our devices. We speak with Nicolas Carr, author of "The Shallows", to learn exactly what's happening.
If you live in America, they probably terrify you... but roundabouts and traffic circles are much more efficient, safe, and eco-friendly than the intersections that we're used to.
Your Brain is Trying to Trick You
The human brain is lazy, and loves to take shortcuts. These "cognitive biases" can create problems for you if they go unnoticed, but learning some of the most common ones can help you make better decisions about life.
How To Survive A Robot Uprising (aka Robopocalypse)
Robots and artificial intelligence are already changing our world... but what could happen if they go too far? We interview Daniel H. Wilson, author of "Robopocalypse", to find out what the robot uprising might look like.
How To Hack Your To-Do List
David Allen's "Getting Things Done" productivity system has helped countless professionals organize their lives and make room for meaningful work. We interviewed him to get a good sense of the principles behind GTD.
How to Lose Weight: The Real Math Behind Weight Loss
No question has more answers than "How do I lose weight?" We talk with Dr. Carson Crow about the real math behind calories and fat.
Why Care About Internet Privacy?
Everything you do online creates a trail of data, and lots of people will want to mine and sell that data about you. What are you really giving up when you go online?
Why the News Isn't Really the News
"Fake News" has been a thing since forever, and in a lot of ways it's built into the very system that keeps us informed about current events. We speak with Ryan Holiday to learn how and why bullshit news happens.
How To Say "No!" to Almost Anything
Willpower is a complicated, poorly understood force that shapes our lives and our decisions. This video looks at the two different brains that rule us, and talks about how to maximize your willpower to avoid making costly mistakes.