Is It Really Possible to Learn to Speed Read?

Ninety-five percent of college educated individuals read at a rate between 200-400 words per minute according to extensive research done by University of Massachusetts Amherst professor Dr. Keith Rayner. However, there exists a small, but rather vocal subset of people who insist that they can read several times faster… »4/16/15 8:00am4/16/15 8:00am


Test Your Typo Finding Skills in This Stressful Timed Test

Spot a typo on the Internet? Get your pitchforks, saddle up the horses, write to your Congressman and raise hell until it's fixed. Or... just leave a nasty comment! Truthfully though, typos suck. When you're reading something, blatant tyops (heh) can smack your eyes and snap you back to consciousness. It's like being… »7/26/13 11:30pm7/26/13 11:30pm

Evernote and Moleskine Team Up to Help You Digitize Your Pen and Paper Scribblings

At this point, one of the last things keeping most people from composing all their notes in digital form is that they're fond of physical writing. Old habits can die hard. Realizing this, Evernote and Moleskine have teamed up to create Moleskine notebooks specifically designed for use with Evernote. »8/24/12 2:20pm8/24/12 2:20pm

Apple Thumbs Its Nose at Carriers By Launching iMessage Without Warning

So, it looks like Apple may have unleashed its iMesssage app without telling its carrier partners. If true, Apple just thumbed its nose at AT&T, Verizon and others. You see, the iMessage app lets iOS users send messages to each other without using their SMS plan. If you have enough iOS users in your circle of… »6/06/11 9:18pm6/06/11 9:18pm