What Would Happen If You improved Everything by 1%: The Science of Marginal Gains – The Buffer Blog

It’s so easy to overestimate the importance of one defining moment and underestimate the value of making better decisions on a daily basis. Almost every habit that you have — good or bad — is the result of many small decisions over time.

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Scientists Reach Nuclear Fusion Milestone – D-brief | DiscoverMagazine.com

The setup was this: 192 lasers were aimed at a pea-sized gold cylinder, called a hohlraum, inside of

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Basecamp’s Strategy Offers a Useful Reminder: Less Is More

“Refocusing” might be an understatement. 37signals has developed a dozen different products and services since its founding in 1999. They will now be a “one product company” focused on Basecamp, its popular project management software. To emphasize the point, the company is also changing its name to Basecamp.

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How Trek Bikes leverages full color multi-material 3D printing

Engineers and designers at Trek Bicycle in Waterloo, Wisconsin are among the first to adopt Stratasys’ Objet500 Connex3, a full color multi-material 3D printer that is able to combine colors with multi-material 3D printing.

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Why “The Lego Movie” Is Much More Than A 90-Minute Toy Commercial | Co.Create | Creativity + Culture + Commerce

The writers/directors talk about how they made the acclaimed new film about the value of creativity, not selling

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China developing world’s largest 3D printer, prints 6m metal parts in one piece

Wang’s team at Beihang University created the world’s largest 3D laser printer so far. The team used rapid prototyping technology to produce titanium alloy landing-gear and a large main force-bearing frame for the C919 aircraft which was printed as one piece.

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10 Scientifically Proven Ways To Become A Happier Person – Listverse

This year, let’s explore 10 proven ways that we can all become happier and less stressed people. Now

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Hubble’s Giant Successor Ready for Assembly –A ‘Cosmic TiVo’ that Will Exponentially Deepen Our Knowledge of the Universe

The telescope will scan the cosmos in the infrared, capturing light of the most distant stars and galaxies beginning 13.5 billion years ago that is stored on board until it can be downloaded to the ground stations of NASA’s “deep space network” in a four-hour window once every 12 hours – and in 60 gigabyte

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A/B Testing and the Benefits of an Experimentation Culture – Wyatt Jenkins

  by Wyatt JenkinsModern tech companies have figured out that data is their product. Whether you sell a service, a product, or content, what you really do is create value for your customer base — and every interaction with your product is a measurable amount of value. But the best data-driven companies don’t just passively store

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Defining digital, technology’s current tower of Babel

What do you mean by digital? Digital is an adjective describing an increasing information intensity and connectedness of

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MarkForged 3D Printer Builds With Carbon Fiber

  …What you notice first about MarkForged’s printer is its amazing simplicity. With an anodized aluminum unibody and a translucent printing bed, it looks like the Mac of 3D printing. The Mark One employs kinematic coupling for consistent bed leveling, meaning you won’t need to worry about making sure the bed is leveled correctly after

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