Too many decisions and too little data? Rather than asking smart people for their opinion on what to do — try asking this question instead.
How Spanish newspaper El Pais is tackling fake news
El País is publishing how it debunks false stories from fake-news sites.
Animal Kingdom Recap: Smurf's Condition Revealed — Plus, [Spoiler]'s List of Kills Grows Yet Again
Warning: The following contains spoilers for Tuesday’s Animal Kingdom. If you’d rather watch first, read later, make like a Cody who’s spotted a cop and scram.
20 Places Where You Can Retire on $200,000 and Feel Rich
These countries offer safety and scenery, plus more financial security than you might have in the U.S.
Infographic: Guide to Pairing Wine & Food
This guest post was written by Adam Stevens of Corr Chilled exclusively for Social Vignerons. Properly pairing wine with food can truly transform a meal. A simple sea bass paired with a lovely Sauvignon Blanc is delightful, or even better, a beautiful steak paired with a Cabernet Sauvignon. We’ve found throughout our research that chocolate …
How Do You Build a Loyal Customer Base From Scratch? That's What the Las Vegas Raiders Want to Know.
Here's how one number-crunching data wiz is looking carve out an oasis of football fandom in the middle of the desert.
Jean-Michel Basquiat on How to Be an Artist
In the interviews he gave, Jean-Michel Basquiat offered profound glimpses into his artistic development and drive. We share some of his most inspiring words.
Inside The Lonely Island's Glorious, Surreal Rap Musical About Jose Canseco and Mark McGwire
Podcast: The State Of The Asia-Pacific PR Industry
Prospect Asia co-founder and MD Emma Dale joins the Echo Chamber to explore the recent State of the Industry Report.
‘Whales: Giants of the Deep' opening at Witte Museum
“What that’s actually doing is recognizing the spiritual element of the show and it’s also honoring the people at the Witte Museum that they’re looking after our onge (treasure),” said Shane James, a cultural representative of Museum of New Zealand Te Papa Tongarewa, where the exhibit originated. The team considers the staff of any museum that presents “Whales” “guardians of our ancestors’ treasures,” James said. The exhibit is a fittingly large-scale look at whales, including an exploration of their role in the culture of the Maori, the indigenous people of New Zealand, who hold the creatures sacred. There also are sections dealing with whale anatomy, including two gigantic sperm whale skeletons, one an adult female and…