The tiny Italian town of Viganella is adorable and quaint, but it has one major downside. All winter long, it receives no sunlight.
An Indianapolis training company recently highlighted an article about mistakes. Their tagline: Focus on Observed Errors to Make Training Efficient.
If you invest millions of dollars into a skyscraper, you intend to finish it. But what happens when the money runs out and people still need places to live and work?
We assume that successful people are those that make the smartest choices and the least mistakes. But a new CNN article about creativity points out that failure is the secret to success.
Here’s another thing that everybody knows, but turns out to be false. The gadget blog Gizmondo reports that Einstein Actually Had Excellent Grades.
Crumple it up, toss it away. We all know that feeling. But apparently, discarded jumbles of paper are a huge mystery in physics.