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Why Smart People Are Stupid
Jonah Lehrer | newyorker.com
Here’s a simple arithmetic question: A bat and ball cost a dollar and ten cents. The bat costs a dollar more than the ball. How much does the ball cost?
What the Most Successful People Do Before Breakfast
Laura Vanderkam | fastcompany.com
Mornings are a great time for getting things done. You’re less likely to be interrupted than you are later in the day. Your supply of willpower is fresh after a good night’s sleep. That makes it possible to turn personal priorities like exercise or strategic thinking into reality.
But if you’ve got big goals–and a chaotic a.m. schedule–how can you make over your mornings to make these goals happen?
Top Tourist Hot Spots Worth the Crowds
The hordes come to these places for a reason. Don’t hate them just because they’re popular or you’ll miss out! This excerpt from Lonely Planet’s 1000 Ultimate Experiences gives you the places worth the queues.
The Girl and the Fox
A 9-year-old girl, whose family is starving, has a run-in with a fox that’s killing their livestock:
Recipe: Chocolate-Dipped Orange Financiers
1. Heat oven to 350°. Grease and flour a 12-cup mini bundt cake pan; set aside. Heat butter and vanilla bean with seeds in a 2-qt. saucepan over medium heat, and cook, swirling pan, until butter begins to brown, about 20 minutes. Remove from heat, and discard vanilla bean. Whisk butter briefly and then pour into a measuring cup until you have 1¼ cups; reserve any remaining for another use.