Credit scores, cardiovascular disease risk, and human capital | Proceedings of the National Academy of Sciences

February 20, 2018

Credit scores, cardiovascular disease risk & human capital Non-obvious correlations creating potential #privacy risks

10 Gmail extensions that can boost your productivity

February 19, 2018

Recent tax reforms in America will hurt charities – Mass deduction

February 18, 2018

How to Get Your Photos Out of Verizon’s Leaky Cloud Service

February 18, 2018

These millennial entrepreneurs think email is too slow for the startup world

February 16, 2018

Opinion | A Very Conflicted Football Fan’s Notes

February 16, 2018

,A Very Conflicted Football Fan’s Notes Explains, in a fashion, why we still cling to the sport despite the violence & head injuries


“It was the begin of a lifetime of competing emotions related to football. With mental-health, safety and social issues mixed with national anthem protests, you’d have to be insane to not be someway conflicted while watching professional football these days.

However, this Sunday I’ll ignore all of these pressing concerns because the team I love more than most things could win the Super Bowl for the first time. I’ll be at my favorite bar, wearing my lucky shirt, with my dad. Unless we’re losing. Then I’ll switch my shirt, my bar and my dad. Nothing’s more important than this game.

Admittedly, this is wrong. I’m now well informed on how repetitive head trauma can lead to a degenerative disease in the brain known as chronic traumatic encephalopathy, or C.T.E. That will not affect me Sunday. For the well-paid warriors battling on the field in
Minneapolis, this game will be a continuation of a system that places money and tradition above their health and lives. For me? It’ll be pure bliss.”

Free Isn’t Freedom: How Silicon Valley Tricks Us – Motherboard

February 16, 2018

New ways to comment on Microsoft files (and more) in Google Drive

February 16, 2018

gdrive now converts pdf to editable files

Why Paper Jams Persist | The New Yorker

February 16, 2018

Genetics of the human face: Identification of large-effect single gene variants

February 16, 2018