Gadget Lab Podcast: Privacy on the High Seas

Productivity is possibly the least sexy topic in service journalism, but David has found a way to spice it up. He’s got a method for creating the ultimate to-do list that involves using a gaggle of Google apps. It’s pretty cool. Also, Michael and David discuss note-taking, “offline” productivity, and …

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How Adam Nimoy Learned to Stop Worrying and Love Spock

The new documentary about the life and career of Leonard Nimoy, For the Love of Spock, began as a collaboration between Leonard and his son Adam Nimoy. Their original concept was to explore the character of Spock, but Leonard’s passing in 2015 prompted Adam to change the focus of the …

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Space Photos of the Week: This Star Ain’t No Angel

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The Mystery of How Cancer Cells Barrel Through Your Body

In 1995, while he was a graduate student at McGill University in Montreal, the biomedical scientist Peter Friedl saw something so startling it kept him awake for several nights. Coordinated groups of cancer cells he was growing in his adviser’s lab started moving through a network of fibers meant to …

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