There's Probably $900,000 Worth Of Apps On Your Smartphone

Smartphones are expensive. The average price of an Android device is about $250, while an iPhone is over $600. That’s way, way more than these devices cost to build. But if it’s anyRead More

Bernie Sanders Wants To Bring Back Your 40-Hour Workweek

This story was published in June 2015 and is being republished today on the 75th anniversary of the 40-hour workweek going into effect. WASHINGTON — Democratic presidential candidate Sen. BernieRead More

Weekend Roundup: Advent of the Third Industrial Revolution

The WorldPost strives every day to chronicle the ongoing contest between two competing futures. One future is a world coming together through the convergence of new technologies that promise ecologicalRead More

Professor Claims Women 'Don't Understand' Fracking

EmbedContent(562aae68e4b0443bb5641b15,,Embed,aolon,Some({})) A science professor and the chairwoman of the United Kingdom’s leading shale gas lobby claims women don’t support fracking because they “don’t understand” the science behind the oil extractionRead More

40+ and Unhappy at Work? Listen to These 5 Podcasts to Jumpstart Your Inspiration

There are millions of people who, just like you, are unhappy at work. The global statistics only tell part of the story. What I can tell you from my experienceRead More

The Last Generation of People Who Hate Their Jobs

My memory is pretty bad, but there are a few things etched in my mind: when I first laid eyes on my wife. The moment the doors opened at theRead More

Applebee's Fails To Pay Employee With Autism For Nearly A Year

EmbedContent(562a9e62e4b0ec0a389495af,,Embed,aolon,Some({})) The Applebee’s restaurant chain has issued an apology for failing to pay a kitchen employee for almost a year. Caleb Dyl, 21, who has autism, found a job asRead More

How to Write Both Fast & Well, Part 5: An Ancient Lesson in Three Acts

Last time, I showed you how to give your writing some shape by using the Inverted Pyramid format. As I said, this shape works well for news, because the readerRead More