Nickerson Photoshops Himself Into Childhood Pictures

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“If I could tell my younger-self…” Many times you will hear people say, “I wish I knew then what I know now” or “If I could tell my...

Sami Elu Plays His Recycled Chopsticks Piano

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Composer and inventor Sami Elu has created a "piano" made out of chopsticks. He plucks piano wires and uses chopsticks like piano keys. Elu has been building versions of...

The Human Google of the New York Public Library

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In this age of technology finding nearly any information can be as simple as typing your question into the search bar on Google. However, there is another,...

Self-Awareness and the Dunning-Kruger Effect

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The Effect Knowing how our skills stack up against others is useful in many ways. But research suggests that we’re not very good at evaluating ourselves accurately. In...

Kyle Scheele Creates a Viking Funeral for His 20s

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Kyle Scheele is a professional youth speaker and artist, even though he still has a hard time calling himself an artist, but only someone that is very...

Behind the Psychology of Color Names

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Basic Color Categories Every language in the world has a word for the different colors right? We would believe the answer is "yes," and that's true for many...

The Girl Who Paints What She Hears

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Melissa McCracken, has an unusual talent that should be celebrated. She paints music! The Missouri born and raised artist was a teenager when she realized that her...

Kicking Your Procrastination Problem

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Being a part of a universe where distractions are a constant combatant, procrastination is a word that many of us are familiar with. This procrastination problem is a habit that...

Desirable Difficulties with Malcolm Gladwell

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Desirable difficulties. This seems to be a contradictory phrase, however, as Malcolm Gladwell points out, some difficulties in our lives can be desirable. "Some difficulties in our lives...

Why Success at School Doesn’t Translate Into Success in Life

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We want to do well at school for an obvious reason: because – as we’re often told – it’s the primary route to doing well at life. Few...

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